Cedar Hill turns 100 this year and we want you and your family to celebrate with us! Explore the historical camp property while participating in STEM activities, carnival games, arts and crafts, outdoor skill building, tie-dye, and more! Don’t forget to visit the Girl Scout Museum and participate in activities that Girl Scouts have enjoyed for 100 years.
This event will be split into two sessions, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Morning session participants will have the opportunity to walk through a 50-foot inflatable whale and learn about conservation of whales and dolphins. Afternoon session participants will have the opportunity to attend Mad Science, Marvels of Motion Show, a program informed by Newton’s Laws of Motion.
Attendees are encouraged to bring a picnic and enjoy all the beauty that Cedar Hill has to offer.
Participants will receive a limited edition Camp Cedar Hill 100th Anniversary fun patch.
Don't miss the Cedar Hill 100th Festival Birthday Bash on September 30, 2023! Register below for this event!
Camp Cedar Hill began as a 200-acre working farm purchased by the Warren Family. Philanthropist Cornelia Warren, who took over management after her father passed, opened the farm to religious, educational and social service organizations as well as hosted a famous maze for visitors. In 1923, 75 acres of the farm were gifted to the Massachusetts Girl Scouts, as per Cornelia’s will for the estate to go to a charitable organization after her death. The camp was later converted for Girl Scout use with help from Hellen Storrow, the chairman of the Massachusetts State Camp Committee at the time.
Since its re-ownership, the camp has hosted key Girl Scout moments and people, such as the first International Girl Scout meeting in 1926, which included Girl Scouts founder Juliette Gordon Low. Today, the camp welcomes hundreds of Girl Scouts each year looking for exciting, life-changing summer experiences to develop each camper’s courage, confidence and character.