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Girl Scout Camps - Connecticut

 

 

Camp Alice Merritt 
active as early as 1937, sold to the 
town of Hartford, CT in 1992

 

The dining hall is being renovated by the current owners

 







An-Se-Ox Outdoor Program Center
Day Camp
Oxford





Camp Aspetuck
1947
Day Camp



1957

1966






Camp Carlson
Day Camp
Carlson Outdoor Program Center
Willis Street in Bristol, CT
open as early as 1960





Camp Candleberry
Lake Candlewood, CT
See also: Camp Candlewood


Candleberry 1966








Camp Candlewood
Lake Candlewood, CT
See also: Camp Candleberry, Came Topside


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Camp Catoonah
West Mountain
Ridgefield, CT

Property was given to the Ridgefield Girl Scout Council in the 1950. It was located in a remote area at the end of a long, difficult road. 
Fairfield Garden Club


1957




1996


Camp Cokamong
Greenwich, CT



Camp Fairlee
Wooster Heights, Bridgeport, CT
1957




Camp Francis
Stamford, 1930, Kent, CT
265 acres

Camp was named for Mrs. C.E.H. (Ellen Francis) Phillips of Phillips Milk of Magnesia fame.



 

 





Camp Glen Echo
Day Camp
1947-1959

1947



Camp Houghland

Wallingford,  CT


 

Iwakta
Grantville Rd. Norfolk, CT
1957

Iwakta means Beware


1957


Camp Katoya
Milford, CT
1961



Camp Kenwood
Day Camp
Opened 1930



Camp Laurel

Laurel Outdoor Program Center
Lebanon, CT
1955







Camp Lowell
Wilton, CT




Camp Maria Pratt
1145 Brandy Hill Road  Torrington, CT 




Camp McLean Grove
Granby, CT
Day Camp
active 1965

1965


Camp Meribrite
Kensington, CT
Day Camp
Dedicated June 12, 1966
43 acres

June 12, 1966





Camp Merri-Wood
opened as early as 1954, still active






Camp Millcroft
Buddlington Rd, Huntington, CT
1957






1957


1957




Camp Morton
New Haven GSC
Branford, CT
open as early as 1934

1935



Camp Murrary

2 Sperry Lane, East Haven, CT


 

 


Camp Nippe-Waukee
Hebron, CT


1966

1966




Camp Pattagansett
Whistletown Road
East Lyme

1955




Camp Rocky Craig
Stamford, CT
1966

1966

1981






Camp Seely

Seely Outdoor Program Center
Sharon, CT





Camp Sprague
Job's Pond, Portland, CT
as early as 1926, sold 1960 to raise funds for a 
Dining Hall at Camp Yankee Trails.
70 acres



1931




Timber Trails
See: Massachusetts




Camp Topside
See also: Camp Candlewood




Camp Townshend/Camp Townsend

on Bantam Lake, Litchefield, CT, Morris, CT



1966






 




Camp Trefoil 
Ball Pond, Fairfield Co., CT (Bridgeport)
moved to Lake Waubeeka in 1920







Camp Wequapauset
Waterbury Girl Scout Camp, Waterville Conn.


1943


1953 postcard



Camp Yankee Trails

Yankee Trails Outdoor Program Center
 Stafford Springs