Summer Phone: June 20 – August 15, 781-642-5752
Year-Round Camp Hotline: 617-350-8335


    Be part of a summer tradition 92 years strong at Camp Cedar Hill. Explore our many trails with a nature hike. Score a goal or play your favorite game on the sports field. Test yourself on the low ropes challenge course. Beat the summer heat in our two pools, or go for a paddle around the pond. Theme weeks keep things fun, and every camper has the opportunity to experience favorite camp activities like campfire cooking, sing-alongs, crafts and more!

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

    Hours of operation: 9 AM - 4 PM
    Extended care available: 7:30 - 9 AM ($10)
    and 4 PM - 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. Girls will enjoy an hour swimming, followed by fun activities, such as arts and crafts, adventure and archery. Then units meet with a program specialist. The majority of the program is planned by the campers with their unit the first day of each session. 

    More about a typical day at camp

    Come see Camp Cedar Hill at one of our open houses:

    Thursday, March 19 | 5:30 - 7:30 PM
    Sunday, April 12th | 10 AM - 12 PM
    Wednesday, April 22 (during school vacation) | 4 - 7 PM
    Sunday, May 3 | 1 - 3 PM
    Meet the Staff Night | Thursday, June 25 | 5:30 - 7:30 PM

  • About the Director

    Jen (Paddle) Coombs

    Jen “Paddle” Coombs will be returning as camp director at Camp Cedar Hill.  She will be returning for her 10th summer!  From September through June, Paddle is an elementary school teacher in Lawrence, MA. Jen volunteers for GSEM, wearing many different hats, including: outdoor facilitator for archery, canoeing/kayaking, challenge courses, snowshoeing; and Gold Award advisor.  When Jen manages to find some free time for herself she likes to bike, canoe/kayak, read, do puzzles and knit. She also loves spending time with her many nieces and nephews who are all over the US.