S’More Fun: Looking to get a taste of all that Camp Blue Bay
has to offer? Look no more. This session gives campers a chance to try
all of our favorite camp activities: swimming, boating, cookouts,
singing, games, arts and crafts, and making new friends.
Forest Fairies: Follow a glitter trail as we search for
fairies in the CBB forest! Design a fairy house, your own wand, and
enjoy a sweet treat at a fairy tea party. Frolic in the forest with
new fairy friends as you explore all the traditional activities during
this magical week at camp!
Outdoor Art: Earn your
Girl Scout Brownie/Junior Outdoor Art badge with art inspired by Camp
Blue Bay. Find colors, shapes, and ideas in nature, and create your
own nature-inspired artwork. Then hang up your smock and enjoy all of
the other traditional camp activities.
During this week of water fun, you’ll explore the cool and unique
ecosystems of Gardiners Bay and Hog Creek, from whelks to water bugs
and everything in-between. Conduct salty experiments, watch birds
through binoculars, go fishing, and have a “floating” lunch at the
creek. Once you dry off, get ready to explore all the traditional camp
Fun in the Sun: Thinking you would like to try everything? This
session includes a selection of all your favorite camp activities:
swimming, boating, cookouts, arts and crafts, sports and games.
Experience the outdoors while meeting new friends.
Showtime: Go beyond the spotlight and discover the music,
choreography, and what it takes to star in your own production. Join
your fellow campers in bringing what you’ve learned together when you
recreate scenes from a musical. This is a special themed week, please
note not all traditional Camp Blue Bay activities will be
Force of Nature: Be one with the woods
this week and show everyone you are a force of nature. Learn about the
natural world, soak up the sun at the bay, and fall asleep to the
sounds of the forest. Don’t worry— there will be lots of time for all
of the traditional camp activities .
Show Me the
Ropes: Bring along your team spirit for this week of adventure!
Get to know your group by playing games on the sports field, evolve
your teamwork both at initiatives and in the unit and spend some extra
time walking on wire at the ropes course. There will be plenty of time
to have fun in all the other Camp Blue Bay activities.
InSPAration: If you want to go to camp but are looking for a
little more inSPAration, then this week is for you! Paint a picture
inspired by nature, make a self-care product in STEM, and enjoy a spa
night just for your Troop House including a hair and nails party and a
late-night snack. Once the pampering is over, there will be lots of
time for all other traditional camp activities.
Boatloads of Fun: Jump on board as we prepare for a week of
water adventures! Spend extra time at the creek, enjoy a special
“floating” lunch, take part in a camp-wide Polar Bear swim, and build
your own raft. You’ll continue the boatloads of fun during “dry-time”
camp activities too, like arts and crafts, nature, and sports.
Moonlight Adventure: Grab your flashlight and explore
the wonderful world of camp at night! Go on a night hike followed by a
sleep in, make art inspired by space, and observe the supermoon in the
night sky. During the daytime there will be time for all other
traditional Camp Blue Bay activities.
Badge Blitz (New
for 2023!): Find a new adventure each day as you complete a
number of Cadette badges! Work towards your Cadette Archery, Night
Owl, Outdoor Art Apprentice, and Trees badges all with time to enjoy
all the traditional camp activities. (Campers will leave with a badge
card indicating which badges they completed. Cards can be brought to
the GSNC Shop where badges will be available to purchase.)
Colors of the Wind: Get inspired by the colors of the
wind with one- of-a-kind color fun! Spend the week discovering color
in various places around camp. Let nature, wildlife, and the night sky
inspire you to make one-of-a-kind crafts without worrying about
coloring outside the lines. Spend time enjoying other traditional camp
activities, like swimming, boating, nature, and campfires.
Why Knot?: Why knot spend your week taking your knot
skills to the next level? In the arts and crafts room, try your hand
at macramé, learn to properly tie a tent flap in your unit, and
explore nautical knots at the bay. Expand your outdoor skill set
during this adventure-filled week of camp. Plenty of time for the
traditional Camp Blue Bay activities, too.
Your Life: Spice up your life in the kitchen and over the
campfire as you make and learn about outdoor meals and snacks. Things
will really spice up when you compete in the Ultimate CBB Bake Off!
When you’re done enjoying your treats, it’s time to hit the trail and
get a taste of the other camp activities.
Forest of Fun: Campers like to have a say in what they do at
camp. The possibilities are endless: swimming, boating, night hikes,
sleeping late, dancing, sports, arts and crafts, or stargazing.
There’s plenty of time for the traditional CampBlueBay activities:
cookouts, campfires, singing, games, and more.
Owls: During this TWO- WEEK session, campers will be able to plan
and design a special program for the group, as well as make individual
choices. The possibilities are endless: swimming, sailing (dependent
on swimming ability), night hikes, sleeping late, dancing, sports,
arts and crafts, stargazing, and sleeping under the stars. Also don’t
forget, there’s plenty of time for the traditional Camp Blue Bay
Operation Outdoor: Returning this
summer to Camp Blue Bay! Upon arrival, campers will participate in an
in-tents outdoor training school, where they will be taught
fire-building, orienteering, knot- tying and shelter-building skills.
Once they have mastered their skills, campers will spend the rest of
the week competing in teams for a place on the Camp Blue Bay Council.
Activities include outdoor cooking, a canoe expedition, daily
challenges, and more! This special themed week will dive into outdoor
skills, please note not all traditional Blue Bay activities will be
Splashtastic: During this TWO- WEEK
session, campers will perfect sailing techniques and prepare for a
Camp Blue Bay Regatta. Learn how to rig a sunfish sailboat, tie
various knots, and how to safely right a capsized vessel. Plus spend
extra time on the water enjoying fishing, a cookout on the beach, a
scenic canoe trip to a remote lunch spot, and a camp-wide Polar Bear
swim! (Water activities are dependent on swimming ability.) Dry off
and enjoy all of the other traditional camp activities.