Fall Colors at The Girl Scout Camp

Our little town has a Girl Scout Camp that runs along one side of the lake. It’s a beautiful area and those Girl Scouts are lucky!

All summer the Camp is off limits to any of us “non-girl scouts”, but now that the girls are gone, we locals can walk our dogs or hike on the property.

Girl Scout Camp Road

Girl Scout Camp Road

There is a beautiful beach area and I noticed that some new benches have been added.

Camp Beach

Camp Beach

This area of the camp seems to be where they all gather for something. Of course I have no idea what, but it looks like they have a fire and sit on these “seats”. Maybe they sing songs and sacrifice old counselors.

Assembly and Fire Area?

Assembly and Fire Area?

Even though we have had a lot of wind and rain lately the color seems to be hanging on. The Camp caretakers will plow the road when snow falls so we can continue to enjoy our walks.
The camp is beautiful at all times of the year.

Read more about ♦ The Girl Scout Camp and see photos of foliage season around the camp.

5 thoughts on “Fall Colors at The Girl Scout Camp

  1. flandrumhill

    The top photo is absolutely gorgeous. I don’t know if it’s because of the pinkish red foliage combines the greens and yellows or that marvelous turquoise sky in the background. What an uplifting walk that must have been!


  2. MountainWoman

    What a beautiful spot and a perfect place to take a hike with the dogs. I think I’d spend lots of time sitting on the benches looking at the water. Your photos were lovely.


  3. Thomas

    Beautiful pics! I’ve always loved New Hampshire. I used to go up to North Conway all the time. This year seems to be a really great one for foliage.


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