GIRLS Camp

Growth, Imagination, Recreation and Learning in the Summer
GIRLS Day Camp

Dates: July 9-13, July 16-20, July 23-27, July 30-August 3
Ages: Entering grades 2-8
Price: $300/week
Extended Day: +$75/week for morning or afternoon session

Formerly called Traditional Camp, Linden Hall’s GIRLS Camp offers mix-and-match options for Elementary, Middle and High School campers based on their interests. From three-hour specialty electives in areas such as Creative Writing and Robotics to one-hour athletic, academic, and arts electives, there is sure to be something for everyone.

Elementary Schedule
7:30-9
Optional Morning Session
9-9:15
All-Camp Meeting
9:15-noon
Specialty Elective
(campers choose one per week)
Noon-12:30
Lunch
12:35-3:45
Athletic, Creative and Academic Electives
(campers choose one of each per week)
3:45-4
All-Camp Meeting
4:30-5:30
Optional Afternoon Session

Middle School Schedule
7:30-9
Optional Morning Session
9-9:15
All-Camp Meeting
9:15-noon
Athletic, Creative and Academic Electives
(campers choose one of each per week)
Noon-12:30
Lunch
12:35-3:45
Specialty Elective
(campers choose one per week)
3:45-4
All-Camp Meeting
4:30-5:30
Optional Afternoon Session

GIRLS Overnight Camp

Dates: July 22-28, July 29-August 4
Ages: Entering grades 3-8
Price: $575/week
Weekends: +$200

Our revamped overnight program challenges girls to stretch their boundaries. After spending the day at the GIRLS Day Camp, campers will engage in nightly activities that promote team-building and personal growth. They will be divided into “cabins” (dorm areas) by age, supervised by cabin leaders and Linden Hall student camp counselors. Cabins will work together to complete different tasks and games, who will compete with the other cabins for points. At the end of each week, cabins will be awarded prizes based on the points they've earned. Evening activities may include: Campfires, Escape Room Challenges, Capture the Flag, Field Day, and Life-Size Board Games. Each cabin will also have a nightly meeting to set personal goals, discuss the day’s events, and create cabin traditions.