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Located in the heart of Montgomery County, Laughing Waters has 460 acres of gently rolling meadows, rippling creeks and cool forests—perfect for the beginning camper. Girls swim in the pool daily, and enjoy crafts, nature and singing around the campfire. Campers stay in platform tents (or cabins, where noted in descriptions) with other girls their age. Staff members sleep nearby.
Camp Mosey Wood is located on 425 scenic acres in the Pocono Mountains. Campers enjoy a wide variety of activities including swimming and boating on the 13-acre lake, adventure sports on a high ropes course and climbing wall, and hiking on miles of trails in camp and to nearby attractions Split Rock and Boulder Field.
Camp Tweedale is located in southern Chester County, next to the Octorara Reservoir. Facilities include woods and farmland, swimming pool, nature center, fields for games and sports, and trails. Tweedale has a variety of sleeping accommodations, including cabins with toilets and shower, platform tents, A-frames, and Conestoga Wagons. Activities include archery, sports, swimming, boating, wildlife adventure, crafts, outdoor and creative cooking, musical theater, dance, team-building/challenge activities, backpacking and bike trips, rock climbing and decidupelling (a lead-up activity to rock climbing, during which girls wear full climbing gear and are on belay as they climb and rappel very tall trees on the camp site).
Located along the Swatara Creek in Schuylkill County, Camp Wood Haven’s forests, meadows, and protected wetlands are perfect for activities and other nature programs. Along with traditional camp activities, Wood Haven offers a range of Horseback Riding and Leadership programs, and resumes its boating program this summer through nearby Sweet Arrow Lake. Campers live in tents, shelters or the Tree House with three to five girls; pavilion structures with electricity provide additional protection from rain. In addition to themed activities listed, girls have the opportunity to enjoy all traditional camp activities.