MUSCATINE, Iowa–For more than 50 years, the Muscatine County Girl Scouts have helped girls stay active and learning, all while having fun, with their Camp Sacajawea day camp. From July 28-30, this beloved summer activity will return for all area girls ages five and up. With the theme of “Camp Sacajawea Goes Random,” campers will have opportunities to try out all sorts of fun summer activities.
This year, Camp Director Jessi Pierce shared that girls of all ages will get to participate in a wide variety of events. These will include old favorites, such as crafts, creek stomping, and scavenger hunts. To liven things up and stay true to the random theme, girls will also get to try out a handful of new activities never seen in previous years.
A volunteer at Camp Sacajawea for the past six years, Pierce has seen first hand how much girls enjoy and benefit from the experience. “My favorite thing about camp is how fun it is, and seeing the girls make new friends. The girls have a blast doing all the activities and hanging out together, and leaders and volunteers have just as much fun,” she shared.
If you would like to sign your child up for Camp Sacajawea, Pierce encourages you to do so by emailing her at [email protected]. All campers must register and pay by June 30 to reserve their spot.