More ways to camp at Camp Seven Hills!

Did you know we have more ways to get girls and adults outside beyond the standard resident camp? We do! In fact, Camp Seven Hills has three more options for girls who want to go camping. Whether you want Specialty Programs Camping, Troop Camping, or a Service Unit Day Camp, we can facilitate for you!

Specialty Programs Camping

Specialty Programs Camping, also called S.P. Camping, allows troops to get the best of both worlds by experiencing specialized programs with their troop, including ropes course, archery, and boating. Troop leaders have the typical freedom of troop camp with the comfort of pre-determined and scheduled activities. Learn More >>>

Troop Camping

This one is just like it sounds – camping with your troop! Whether you choose a lodge, cabin, or tent, the opportunities of camp are up to you! Learn More >>>

Service Unit Camp Out Day Camps

More succinctly called SUCO Day Camps, these allow service units to bring their girls and leaders to camp for a fun-filled outdoor adventure day camp program. Learn More >>>

Visit our website to learn more about these programs and view the 2019 Camp Guide for Troop, SP, and SUCO.

Try S.P.P. Camping with your troop this summer

By now, you’re well aware of all the great programs we have for girls this summer at camp. Our traditional resident camp is a great way for girls to learn valuable leadership skills, make lifelong friends, and have the time of their lives. While girls in a troop can select and attend the same program, we have additional options for a group camping experience.

SpecialtyProgramsProvided (S.P.P.) Camping is a great way for troops to get the best of camping together and experience specialized programs, like ropes courses, archery, and boating. The troop leader is responsible for most camp-related considerations with GSWNY providing the specialty programs and times.

In order to host troop camp like this, leaders must have either their Level I (for lodge camping) or Level II (for cabin and tent camping) camp training. Additionally, an adult with current first aid and CPR certifications must attend.

Specifically, our camp provides the boating and archery programming while leaders provide everything else, including meals. Our lakeside facility includes a like, central dining hall, infirmary, shower house, lodges, cabins, platform tent units, and an archery area.

This summer we have two sessions available for S.P.P. Camping. Girls in grades K-12 are welcome to camp with their troops Friday, July 20, through Sunday, July 22, and Wednesday August 1, through Friday, August 3. The cost per girl is $35.

Register with your troop today!