NS Camping

Camping offers unique experience for girls and adults in a fun and safe environment.
Whether you camp in tents, in a cabin or would rather be adventurous,
check out Nova Scotia's current camping opportunities below: 

NS GGC CAMPSITES-
More information and contacts: please see individual camps off the side panel

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KWAHEE is Nova Scotia’s Provincial Girl Guide Standing Camp for girls 9 to 12 years of age.  

Each year there are two summer week long Kwah-ee camps and two weekend winter camps. The weekend winter camps are residential and the summer camps are in tents. The focus of our winter camps is to be comfortable while learning skills for a different season. 

* See here for Additional Information 

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SPARK BROWNIE CAMP
JUNE 22- 24TH AT CAMP KANADA

Consider joining in the fun to provide an amazing camping experience for our Sparks and Brownies in Nova Scotia with a ‘Fairy Tale’ theme.

* See Here for Additional Information


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Quest is an adventure style camp for Pathfinders (aged 12-15 years at the time of the event), run by Rangers, Guiders and others.   It’s an all-outdoor, all-weather tenting camp, in which Pathfinders team up and go on a “quest” to tackle as many 30-minute challenges as possible in a 12-hour period, from 10 am to 10 pm on the Saturday of camp. 

More information about Quest 2018

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KEJI TRI- VENTURES CAMP

August 23-27, 2018 : 5 DAYS 4 NIGHTS BIKING, HIKING AND CANOEING IN KEJIMKUJIK PARK

This is an incredible opportunity to explore Kejimkujik National park in a guided adventure camping experience. Provincially subsidized to make this camp affordable, participants will stay in the group campground and try hiking, biking and canoeing. For girls looking to take their skills to the next level, there will be back country opportunities.

Back Country: There are hiking,biking or canoeing adventure tripping two night excursions into Keji's back country for small groups of girls. 
Front Country: Girl who stay front country will experience day tripping adventures hiking, biking and canoeing and learn back country skills.
Eligibility: Girl Guide members who are registered as a Pathfinder, Rangers, Trex, Lones or are a current 3rd year Ranger and returning as a TMBR in the fall.
Cost:  $230 this includes all your foo, tents, cooking equipment, canoes and bike rentals.  You are responsible for your own gear and dishes.  If you wish to bring your own bike it must be in good working condition and capable of handling moderate trail conditions.  Specialized equipment for back country camping such as dry bags for canoeing and panniers for biking are your own responsibility. 



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