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Camp Birch Trails
Merrill, Lincoln County
Camp Birch Trails is located just north of Merrill, WI. 240 acres with a man-made lakeResident camp. Sessions for - girls only ages 5 to 17. Early June to Late AugustSwimming, boating, arts and crafts, low ropes, sports, games, nature, kayaking, canoeing, row boating, fishing, singing, cook-outs, overnights, and orienteering are some of the activities girls may choose to do with their patrol.1. Fill out a camp registration form online
|Camp Birch Trails (CBT) provides girls with opportunities to develop independence and leadership skills and inspires them to develop courage, confidence and character. Girls build lifelong skills at camp, while making new friends and special memories. |
CBT is located in Irma, WI, just north of Merrill, WI. The camp is made up of 240 acres of private land with a lake in the center of the property. The lake offers a beach for swimming and great opportunities for girls to learn and perfect their boating skills.
Traditional overnight camp sessions begin June 16 and run through August 9, beginning on Sundays and ending on Fridays. For girls ages 5-17, most sessions are one week long, but some run for as little as three days or for as many two or three weeks! Most weekends at Camp Birch Trails offer Girl Scout troop or family camping opportunities.
2. Call the GSNWGL Program Center, Appleton (888-747-6945) & have a camp registration form mailed to you
3. Pick up a camp registration form at a GSWNGL Program CenterProgram fees run from $100-$700 per session. Contact your local Girl Scout council for financial grant information.
|Activities: Archery, backpacking/camping, basketball, bicycling, canoeing/kayaking, crafts, cultural/ethnic awareness, dance, drama, exercise/aerobics/fitness, horseback riding (Western), leadership training, meditation/conflict resolution, music, nature/environmental studies, outdoor skills, painting/drawing, rope course, sailing, soccer, swimming, wilderness tripping, writing. Also - Wilderness Trip Program: Our trips are a tradition in excellence! CBT trips are a wonderful way to experience the outdoors, learn camping skills, make lifelong friends, and challenge yourself. Canoeing, kayaking, backpacking, and biking.|
On-site Health Supervisor. Each staff member certified in American Red Cross First Aid and CPR. Volunteer opps available.
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CBT is accredited through the American Camping Association (ACA).
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Currently owned by the Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes.All information supplied by camp management, 04/10/2013. For details call the camp Contact above.
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|Tracy Cook||Tracy Cook, Camp Director|
4693 N Lynndale Drive
Appleton, WI 54913