Girls Welcome at Camp Seton for Summer 2018

Improvised dunk tank at last summer's co-ed DIY carnival at Camp Seton. Photo Credit: Leslie Yager

Improvised dunk tank at the co-ed DIY carnival at Camp Seton August 2017. Photo Credit: Leslie Yager

Boys and girls entering 2nd to 5th grade are eligible for Camp Seton this summer.

it is for kids entering 2nd-5th grade.

“Our year-round program includes girls now as part of family Scouting,” said CJ Gaddis, Summer Camp Director. “Girls want to get outside and experience the same fun as the boys. We are going co-ed for all seven weeks this summer.”

Camp Seton, owned and operated by the Greenwich Council, Boy Scouts of America, is located on 249-acre Seton Scout Reservation in Greenwich.

Boys and girls, with or without Scouting experience, can join in the outdoor adventures Seton has to offer.

Program activities include shelter building, boating, swimming, fishing, climbing, campfire cooking, handicrafts, archery, slingshots and weekly campfires with songs and skits performed by campers.

2018 Friday Specials

Week 1 – Rescue Heroes
Week 2 – Choose Your Own Adventure
Week 3 – Great Games
Week 4 – Seton Boat Races
Week 5 – Ro-Sham-Bo!
Week 6 – Cast Iron Chefs
Week 7 – CAMOUFLAGE

Families receive an Early Bird Discount of $25 off each week before April 1.  Register at www.campseton.org.

See also:

In Milestone for Boy Scouts, 9 Girls are Inducted into Cub Scouts Pack 23 at North Mianus School

During Coed Week at Camp Seton, Kids DIY Carnival is a Hit!

 


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