The Sacajawea Day Camp experience is like no other. We provide girls, ages 3-15, with a summer of adventure focused Girl Scouts’ appreciation for nature and exposure to the great outdoors. Best of all, you don’t need to already be a Girl Scout. The activities we provide, such as hiking, camping, canoeing and archery offer campers opportunities to have exciting, girl-led outdoor adventures while learning important skills that teach valuable life lessons, like self-reliance, leadership, and perseverance. Most importantly, at camp, girls take the lead in an all-girl safe space where they’re free to explore, learn and have fun without the pressures and social anxiety that can result from a coed environment. That’s why, for more than a century, camping has been a cornerstone of the Girl Scout experience. Our organization remains committed to ensuring that girls have opportunities to take part in everything that camp has to offer.
Sacajawea Day Camp is a camp for girls. We also provide separate units for sibling brothers, ages 3-12. With the exception of occasional activities throughout the day, boys and girls enjoy separate camp experiences.
Sacajawea Day Camp operates from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Extended child care is available from 7:00 am - 9:00 am in the morning and from 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm in the evening, for an additional fee. Camp is closed on July 4th in celebration of the Independence Day holiday.
Accredited By The American Camp Association
Sacajawea Day Camp is accredited by the American Camp Association. This means Sacajawea Day Camp maintains high safety and quality standards in site, program, transportation, administration, personnel and health care. All Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore camps follow ACA guidelines and state laws, in addition to guidelines provided by Girl Scouts of the USA.