Come to these annual festivals at three of our camps to enjoy Halloween-themed games, crafts and activity stations created and staffed by sister Girl Scouts. You’ll also go trick-or-treating, play glow-in-the-dark games, take a haunted hike, visit the mad scientist’s lab for spooky science experiments, make s’mores and hear stories at the campfire.
Camp Creepy has three haunts this year:
- Camp Redwing in Butler County on October 10 (Also includes Haunted Hollow for older girls.)
- Camp Conshatawba in Cambria County on October 17
- Camp Hawthorne Ridge in Erie County on October 24
All three camps offer family-friendly frights, suitable for children in grades K-5 and are open to the public. Come as a troop or with family! Chaperoned siblings are also welcome. Plan to spend at least two to three hours to see everything. Registration costs $15 per girl (no adult fee). A meal option of a hotdog, chips and a drink is available for an additional $4 each. (General public fee is $19 for children, $4 for adults and includes the meal.)
Haunted Hollow offers extra chills at Redwing
After they’ve visited all of the activities at Camp Creepy at Redwing, girls in grades 8-12 are invited to cross the spooky bridge into Haunted Hollow to hike a haunted trail or visit our ghostly carnival, complete with scary fun-house maze and ghoulish games. Experts will be on-hand to talk about ghost hunting and ghost hunting equipment. Please note: Haunted Hollow is not appropriate for kids under the age of 13 or those who scare easily.
Click on the links below to register for this ghostly good time! Don't forget your costumes!
Girl Scout Member registration:
- Camp Redwing Camp Creepy on October 11
- Haunted Hollow at Camp Redwing (separate registration required)
- Camp Conshatawba Camp Creepy on October 17
- Camp Hawthorne Ridge Camp Creepy on October 25
Not only are girls, troop leaders, volunteers and parents invited to attend Camp Creepy, but camp organizers are also looking volunteers to help make the event a spooky success! Troops in grades 6-12 can plan and host an activity or station, and adults are also needed to help with registration, food, and more. Volunteers will receive dinner, and free lodging for Saturday evening after Camp Creepy. Find out more.