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Resident Camps
Resident Camps

Resident Camps

GSEP offers three resident camps. Click on the name of the camp to view the programs offered at each camp this summer. Click here to register for camp online. Click here to learn more about resident camps. 


Not sure if camp is right for you? Click here for information to attend an Open House and see what our resident camps are all about! 


Camp Laughing Waters

Camp Laughing Waters features 460 acres of rolling meadows, wide open spaces, a large swimming pool with lights, an athletic field, hiking trails, archery (4th grade and above) and horseback riding. In addition to their chosen program theme, all campers will participate in traditional camp activities (weather permitting) which may include swimming, arts and crafts, cookouts, campfires, hikes, nature activities, singing, and games.


Camp Mosey Wood

Camp Mosey Wood is located in the Pocono Mountains on 425 acres and features a beautiful lake. In addition to their chosen theme, all girls experience traditional camp activities including swimming and boating on a daily basis (weather permitting).  Other activities include arts and crafts, cookouts, campfires, hikes, nature, science, singing, archery (4th grade and above), climbing wall (6th grade and above), teambuilding activities, and wishing candles.  All girls sleep in platform tents.  The cost for Mosey Wood Sporty Girl Camp (page 23 of the Camp Guide)  from August 3-8 is $330.  Mosey Wood Family Camp (page 50 of the Camp Guide) will occur August 29- September 1.  Are you a Mosey Wood alum? Don't miss the 75th Annivesary Weekend in August to reconnect with old friends and celebrate Mosey Wood! Learn more here


Camp Wood Haven

Located in Schuykill County, Camp Wood Haven has 200 beautiful acres of forests, meadows, and protected wetlands. Choose from a great selection of leadership, horse, animal, and trip programs with fun themes to make this your best summer ever. All girls enjoy swimming and age-appropriate activities like archery (4th grade and above), low ropes, climbing wall, teambuilding, arts and crafts, journey activities, and more (weather permitting). Girls in grades 6-12 design their own activities in the "Choose Your Own Adventure" program.  Campers may live in a tent, Adirondack shelter, or a treehouse with beds and mattresses.  They will share these shelters with 3-5 other girls.