Camp Mary Atkinson
Camp registration opens February 15 at 10 a.m. for GS-NCCP members and for non-GS-NCCP members on March 1 at 10 a.m.
Summer Resident Camp
A world of adventures is waiting for your girl this summer at Camp Mary Atkinson!
An all-girl camp, Camp Mary Atkinson is located in Johnston County, only 40 minutes from Raleigh. The property spans over 278 wooded acres and is home to traditional resident camp, day camp, adventure trips, and an on-site horse program.
Depending on age level, campers are offered the chance to climb the alpine tower and boulder on the climbing grotto. Access to a zero entry swimming pool and lake offers campers a chance to swim multiple times a day as well as participate in watercraft activities that include canoeing, kayaking, and paddleboarding.
Excited to learn more and attend a summer camp session at Camp Mary Atkinson? Our 2021 Summer Fun Guide is a great way to see all the amazing resident and day camp opportunities available this year! Families are also invited to attend our annual free open house event at Camp Mary Atkinson.
Once you've found the perfect session, simply register online where you can pick one or multiple sessions, along with camp extras like care packages, T-shirts, camp photos, and more!
Camp Mary Atkinson is run by Girl Scouts - North Carolina Coastal Pines. Summer resident camps are available for all girls, whether or not they are registered Girl Scouts.
Camp Mary Atkinson Open House
March 7, 2021
12 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Campers and their families are invited to experience the magic of Camp Mary Atkinson before the summer starts! Bring a picnic lunch and join us as we tour the property, meet the camp staff, and answer all your questions! There will even be an opportunity to sign up for your camper's favorite sessions on-site after the tour.
All registered participants will receive a confirmation packet with more information about the day and driving instructions.
Additional Camp Information
Parents and girls can also visit the Camp Mary Atkinson Facebook page to learn more about what to expect this summer.