Resident Camp Programs
Girl Scouts of Maine Resident Camp

At resident camp, there is something to challenge every girl in the Girl Scouts of Maine Trail Master program…archery, arts, boating, hiking, outdoor skills, rock climbing, sailing, swimming, and theater. Paths are structured on progressive levels by age and interest – such as Archery I, II, and III – so girls can develop expertise over several summers and build a solid foundation in outdoor skills, as well as strength of mind and perseverance.

There are four levels of camp programming for Girl Scouts of Maine's Resident Camps, as well as Day, Specialty, and CIT programs. For a more detailed look at this year's offerings, check out our Summer Camp Brochure.

Trail Seekers is a three night camp experience for girls entering grades 2-4. 

Trail Explorers is a week-long experience for girls who are ready and entering grades 2-3. The Seeker and Explorer sessions allow girls to discover what they’re interested in by trying a variety of activities with their unit group. 

Trail Blazers for girls entering grades 4-5 allow progressively more choice in daily program and increased leadership and independence.  

Trail Guides for girls entering grade 6 and up, are designed to allow girls to follow their already identified individual interests and pick their own activities.

Specialty Programs are available for girls who are looking for a more intense focus on one or more aspects of the camp program. Even more challenging programs are offered for girls grade 8 and up.

CIT Programs are available for girls 15 and up, and is a progressive program that focuses on developing the knowledge and technical skills required of a camp counselor.