Camp Coleman and Camp Trico

Category: Canoeing Camps, Cooking Camps, Day Camps, Kayaking Camps, Overnight Camps, Rock Climbing Camps, Swimming Camps
listing-logo

Camp Coleman was established in 1925 on the banks of the Cahaba River. For more than 90 years, Camp Coleman has provided the ideal setting to create life changing experiences to children. The day camp program is open to boys and girls. Overnight camp is open to girls only. An innovative design will allow campers to select their activities as they happen. Archery, canoeing, climbing wall, tubing, pony rides, zip line, amazing crafts, nature activities, and traditional outdoor skills. Bus transportation will be provided to and from camp to multiple locations in the Birmingham metro area for day camp.

Camp Coleman
Camp Contact: Aimee Canterbury
acantebrury@gmail.com
www.girlscoutsnca.org
Tel: 205-980-4750
Fax: 205-980-4753
4010 Camp Coleman Road, Trussville, AL 35173

Read More

  • Gender: Co-ed for day camp; Girls only for overnight
  • Min. age – Max. age: 5-16
  • Year established: 1925
  • Capacity/Lodging accommodations: 100 people in bunkhouses and rustic cabins
  • Cost per week/session: $250 and up
  • Camp length: 8am-3 pm
  • Camp days: Monday- Friday
  • Season start – Season end: June 5-29
  • Nearest city: Trussville
  • Financial aid available? For Girl Scout Members
  • Off season contact: Aimee Canterbury, acanterbury@gmail.com – 105 Heatherbrooke Park Drive, Birmingham, AL 35242
  • List of camp activities: archery, crafts, canoeing, tubing, kayaking, creek exploration, hiking, pony rides, farm, swimming, nature study, outdoor living skills, batting cage, climbing wall, ropes course, zip line, cooking, riflery, slingshots, team building.
  • Is it a day camp, overnight camp or both? Both
  • Type of Camp: Traditional Summer Camp

Camp Trico is located in Guntersville, Alabama with more than a mile of shore line and a private island on the lake. This spend-the-night camp for girls features plenty of water based activities. Girls will select a specialty program (boating, target sports, cooking, crafts, etc.) to participate in for several hours each day. This time will focus on progression in the program, knowledge and fun. The rest of the day will be spent doing traditional camp activities like canoeing, archery, swimming, and tons more.

Camp Trico
Camp Contact: Aimee Canterbury
acanterbury@girlscoutsnca.org
www.girlscoutsnca.org
Tel: 205-980-4750
Fax: 205-980-4753
315 Trico Drive; Guntersville AL 35976 

Read More

  • Gender: Female
  • Min. – Max. Ages: 6-16
  • Year established: 1961
  • Capacity/Lodging accommodations: 80 in bunkhouses and rustic cabins
  • Cost per week/session: $300 and up
  • Camp length: 6 days
  • Camp days: Sunday- Friday
  • Season start – Season end: July 10-21
  • Nearest city: Guntersville
  • Financial aid available? For Girl Scout Members
  • Off season contact: Aimee Canterbury, acanterbury@gmail.com
    105 Heatherbrooke Park Drive, Birmingham, AL 35242
  • List of camp activities: archery, crafts, canoeing, tubing, kayaking, hiking, swimming, nature study, outdoor living skills, cooking, riflery, slingshots, team building.
  • Is it a day camp, overnight camp or both? Overnight
  • Type of Camp: Traditional Summer Camp

Address: 105 Healtherbrooke Park Drive Birmingham, AL, 35242
Phone 1: 205-980-4750
Email: acanterbury@girlscoutsnca.org
Web: http://www.girlscoutsnca.org
Gender: Coed
Minimum Age: 5
Maximum Age: 17
Year Established: 2017
Average Cost Per Week:

See website


Season Starts: June 5, 2017
Season Ends: July 21, 2017
Camp Activities: Archery, Arts & Crafts, Canoeing, Cooking, Kayaking, Nature & Environmental Studies, Riflery, Swimming, Team Building

 or Add Your Camp.