Camp Logan Open House
Girls and their families can explore Camp Ella J. Logan, 203 EMS Lane D 14, Syracuse, on Sunday, May 22, from 1pm-4pm to learn more about summer resident camp opportunities. Camp Logan, located on Dewart Lake, offers overnight camp sessions for girls entering grades 1-12; girls do not have to be Girl Scouts to attend this camp. During the open house, girls can take a tour, roast s’mores, tour the facilities and meet the staff.
The Summer Camp 2005 brochure is also available at www.girlscouts-limberlost.org.
For resident campers, Camp Logan is known for its true back-to-nature philosophy, with platform tents and stone fire rings. It’s the perfect camp experience for the outdoor adventurer! Camp Logan offers more than 200 acres of woods, meadows, wetlands and an island. Because girls spend their days and nights at Camp Logan, they develop real friendships that will last a lifetime. During the day, girls might be taking a hike, canoeing or kayaking in the lake or perfecting horseback riding skills; no matter what their activities, girls progress at their own pace.
To reach Camp Logan, travel Highway 30 west to Highway 13. Turn north and follow Highway 13 through North Webster, then turn west at the flashing yellow light at County Road 1000 N; Camp Logan will be 3 miles ahead on the left.
McMillen Day Camp Open House
Girls and their parents are invited to visit McMillen Program Center, 17107 Griffin Road, Huntertown, on Sunday, May 15, from 2pm-5pm to learn more about summer day camp. Girls do not have to be Girl Scouts to participate.
McMillen Program Center is a 103-acre camp in northern Allen County, Indiana, featuring wooded ravines, meadows and trails that offer unique camping experiences for girls. At McMillen Program Center, girls who have completed kindergarten and older enjoy games, songs, water fun, trail walks, sports and so much more during day camp, which is in session each Monday through Friday from 8:30am – 4:30pm, June 13 to August 5. Thursday overnight sessions are also offered to give girls a taste of resident camp.
Experienced and trained counselors guide girls as they enjoy all the activities of day camp. Camp fees include all program supplies, lunch and snacks, transportation, staff support, and a camp patch. Overnight sessions also include dinner and breakfast.
McMillen Program Center meets or exceeds the more than 300 nationally recognized standards for safety, health, staff training and program quality identified by the American Camp Association.
To reach McMillen Program Center, travel north to Auburn Road; follow Auburn Road to Hollopeter Road; turn west on Hollopeter Road; McMillen Program Center will be 0.5 miles ahead on the left
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