Camp Conshatawba camp sits on nearly 300 acres of wooded, hilly terrain in the Allegheny Mountain Range, with a stream running through the camp offering many opportunities for girls to make a splash. It boasts beautiful modern lodges, cozy cabins and platform tents for sleeping.
Camp Conshatawba At-a-Glance
Types of Camping: Girls can camp with their troop, family, by herself or with a buddy. Girl Scout members and non-members can also reserve Camp Conshatawba.
Amenities: Climbing wall, traverse wall, low ropes course, zip line, challenge course, archery range, swimming pool, nature center, cross country ski trails, hiking trails, indoor theater stage, playing field and volleyball and basketball courts.
Grab the whole gang and go wild at family camp! Enjoy the pool, take aim at archery, stomp through the creek and try out crafts and games. Be super adventurous on our challenge course and develop a deeper connection to nature and to each other! Bring your own family tent to pitch or stay in one of the platform tents or cabins. Find out more.
Super Camp Sampler
Feel like climbing a tower? Want to go swimming? There are so many fun things to do at camp and YOU can decide how to spend your days. On Sunday evening, learn all about the activities offered while you’re at camp, then sign up for your faves. Choices could include swimming, archery, arts and crafts, creek hiking, climbing, drama, badge work, outdoor skills and much more! Find out more.
Custom CORE Camp
June 26-28 or Aug. 7-9
Girls are invited to have fun in the great outdoors and make friends with other girls in their service unit at Camp Conshatawba's Custom Service Unit CORE Camp. Camp staff will lead activities and meals will be provided; troops just need to provide proper supervision. For more information or to register, contact Krista Kimmel at email@example.com.
See all the upcoming programs and events happening at Camp Conshatawba!
Meet the Camp Staff
Krista "Kelty" Kimmel
Tell us about yourself: I enjoy spending time with my family and my pets, and have many hobbies because I really like trying new things. I love to travel and explore new places. I love being outside and enjoy hiking, kayaking and biking.
What's your favorite camp activity? My favorite camp activity is teaching and participating in archery. I also really like making s'mores!
What do you like best about camp? I like getting to know new Girl Scouts and people who love camp as much as I do. I like that when girls come to Conshatawba they get to join in the tradition of coming to such a wonderful place and are now part of the Conshatawba family.
Do you have a favorite GSWPA camp memory? My favorite camp memory was last summer when we had an all-camp luau at the pool. There was dancing, and singing and everyone was having a great time!
Tell us about yourself: I have a wife, Toni, a nine-month-old daughter, Zoe, and a Border Collie named Buster. I like hiking and camping, playing video games and reading fantasy novels in my free time.
What's your favorite camp activity? Archery has always been my favorite camp activity; when I was a program staff member as a teenager I was an archery instructor.
What do you like best about camp? Taking a few moments to truly look around and appreciate the beauty around where I live and work.