CAMP WIND-IN-THE-PINES DAY
Escape into the action at Camp Wind-in-the-Pines. Test your skills at our state-of-the-art challenge and adventure facility. Scale our 20-foot rock face wall or try a different spin on climbing in the bouldering cave. See camp from a new angle on the 35-foot high ropes course or perfect your teamwork closer to the ground on the low ropes course. Explore historic Plymouth and southeastern Massachusetts on exciting day trips or enhance your day camp experience with optional overnights. Plus, every week you’ll have the chance to enjoy a wide variety of activities like art, cooking, swimming or boating in Gallows Pond, drama, games 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617-350-8335.
Hours of operation: 9 AM - 4 PM
Extended care available: 7:30 - 9 AM ($10)
4 PM - 6 PM ($15)
Each day begins with an opening flag ceremony and singing. You'll then enjoy fun activities including arts and crafts, swimming, fun sports, and working on various activities and projects throughout camp. The day ends with the traditional flag ceremony.
Come see Camp Wind-in-the-Pines at one of our open houses:
Sunday, April 19 | 1 - 4 PM
Thursday, June 25 | 6 - 8 PM
About the Director
This is Kimberly “Hollywood” Connon’s fourteenth summer at Camp Wind-in-the-Pines, and her first year as day camp director. She treasures all of her memories of camp here, which include summers spent as a counselor, a Unit Leader and the Leadership Director. Hollywood enjoys every camp activity, especially cookouts, songs and all-camp games. She believes that camp helps girls to develop their voice and their compassion; Hollywood loves that camp is a supportive and exciting place that facilitates growth, friendship and laughter. She received her Master of Arts degree in English from the University of Massachusetts, Boston; during the school year, she is an adjunct college professor who teaches composition and literature courses.