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Camp Runels

5 Stars based on 3 reviews (review)

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Camp Location: Pelham, New Hampshire, 03076,
Ages: 7-17
Gender: Female
Camp type:Day and Overnight
Session dates: June 26 - August 13, 2011
Cost (range): $275 - $900
Contact Person: Kristen Peterson - Outdoor Program Manager
Phone: 617-350-8335
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Mailing Address:
Girl Scouts of Eastern Massashusetts
95 Berkeley Street
Boston, Massachusetts, 02116
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Camp's Description

Camp Runels is 300 forested acres on a lake in southern New Hampshire. The camp offers resident camp programs for girls entering grades 2-12 and day camp programs for girls entering grades 1-9. Camp Runels is the tripping and art themed resident camp for Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts. Both day and resident camp programs are strong traditional programs that focuses on girl planning. Girls choose from outdoor skills, nature programs, sports, kayaking, sailing, canoeing, art programs, and more. There is a waterfront for swimming and boating, a large sports field, sand volleyball court, craft house with kilns and a darkroom, and an archery range. Living units for resident camp include platform tents, cabins, and tentalo units for comfortable sleeping with access to latrines or flush toilets and hot showers. Camp Season: June, July and August; half week, one week and two week sessions Fee: $400 and up
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We'll be back next year... July 05, 2011
Reviewer: Carrie Ann from Massachusetts
5 Stars 3 of 3 people found this review helpful

My 9 and 12 year old girls had an "awesome" time at Camp Runels this summer. It's a traditional girl scout camp - nothing fancy - but the staff is great and make everything fun. They offer "sampler" programs for girls who may not be ready for a full week of overnight camp, and many of their programs for middle-school and high-school girls offer off-site programs for adventures all over New England. Lots of variety, and your daughter doesn't need to be a member of a Girl Scout troop in order to attend Girl Scout summer camp.
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This camp rocks! July 11, 2008
Reviewer: ~Camper12~ from In the middle of nowhere
5 Stars 2 of 2 people found this review helpful

This camp is a very nice woodsy, outdoor adventure camp. They have a beautiful lake, and The kids get to go boating, swimming, nature walking, hold animals, and more! Plus, You get the kids way from their play station 3s, Nintendo DS, and their cell phones (these things are not allowed) For funfilled adventure for either 6 or 12 days at a time. The food is wonderfully healthy, as is the drink (no Soda allowed). The only concern is if your child gets homesick, but usually the counselers help the kid to deal with it by talking about their hoe with the child. All around, camp runels is a wonderful experience for 7-17 year olds!
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Camp Runels Rocks! July 19, 2007
Reviewer: YasminesMom from Boston, MA area Pelham, NH
5 Stars 5 of 5 people found this review helpful

My daughter went for overnight camp in the Blazing Saddles program this summer. She just turned 8. She had an amazing time and her favorite part was riding the horses, although since it was only 3 times during the week, I will assume that she loved it all! She tried new food (which she won't do at home) and she tried new activities. This is a Girl Scout camp and the security was very good both dropping off and picking up. The counsellors were great. I would not hesitate to send her again or recommend, as long as the child is okay to be away from home (she had a friend that was there and got too homesick to enjoy herself, but she also would not try any of the activities, so she might have enjoyed herself despite the homesickness had she been more participative).
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