Few things are as memorable for a girl as going away to camp for the summer. While she may not remember exactly how this rite of passage made her more responsible and independent or how it gave her an appreciation for nature, she’ll know it did.
And she’ll remember sleeping under the stars, making s’mores around the fire and singing silly camp songs in the warm breeze with her new friends for years to come.
Without a doubt camp leaves a positive, lasting impression on those who are fortunate enough to experience it.
San Jacinto Council has a resident camp program at three sites: Camp Agnes Arnold and Camp Misty Meadows, both in Conroe, and Camp Casa Mare in Seabrook. Here every girl can make new friends, explore the world around her and discover her potential.