Camp Cedar Hill Office: 781-642-5752


    Camp Cedar Hill is a great place for day campers. This 75-acre site includes numerous trails, a pond with ducks, geese and frogs, a winding stream, large sports fields, canoeing, archery (4th grade and up), a challenge course and two swimming pools. There’s also a nature center, large hall and other buildings for shelter. Campers participate in traditional camp activities like swimming, hiking, arts, games, singing, environmental study, outdoor skills and much more!

    Camping is a great way for girls to explore leadership, build skills and develop a deep appreciation for nature. Whether they go for a day, a week, or longer, Girl Scout camp gives girls an opportunity to grow, explore and have fun under the guidance of caring, trained adults. Every girl deserves the chance to camp! For more information email or call 617-350-8335.

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    Hours of operation: 9 AM – 4 PM. Extended care available: 7:30–9 AM ($10) and 4–6 PM ($15).


  • Typical Day

    Arts and Crafts at Summer Camp

    Camp begins with singing and a camp flag ceremony. After the morning ceremony girls begin their daily activities. Campers will enjoy an hour of swimming, followed by fun activities such as arts and crafts, adventure and archery, finally units then meet with a program specialist. The majority of the program is planned by the campers with their unit the first day of each session.

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  • About the Director

    Jen Coombs and Angela England-Castro will be returning as co-directors at Camp Cedar Hill this summer. Jen will be returning for her ninth summer and Angie will be returning for her seventh. From September through June, Jen is an elementary school teacher in Lawrence. Throughout the school year, Angie is busy taking classes at Northeastern University for her masters in special education.

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    Ruth Bramson with summer campers