Girl Scouts Twin Hills Day Camp



Wes White Hill Road, Richmond, VT 05477 Visit Website | 802-878-7131 |


Ages: Kinder, Kids, Tweens, Teens

Situated between Burlington and Montpelier, Vermont, Camp Twin Hills is a woodland oasis of 184 acres featuring nature trails, an archery range, and a large playing field for games galore. 

Camp Twin Hillswelcomes girls who have completed pre-K through grade 8 with one-week programs. Girls who have completed grade 4 and up can participate in two-week programs that include an overnight. Girls can be dropped off at 9:00 a.m. and picked up by 5:00 p.m. or ride the bus from a location close to them. Families can join in the fun at camp on Wednesday nights.  

Activities for all ages


  • Camp Songs
  • Nature Trail Hikes
  • Badge Activity Centers
  • Team Building
  • Outdoor Cooking
  • Nature center
  • Campfires
  • Whittling
  • Orienteering
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Theme crafts
  • Field Games
  • Water Games
  • Gaga Ball 



3 reviews
  • July 12, 2022
    "It's just a field with an outhouse. Waterthemed week has no water. Kind of a scam."
    - VT parent
  • February 3, 2009
    "My girls did have a pretty good time for the most part. They did complain about the bathrooms not smelling good, so they never wanted to use them. I went to pick up my youngest because she didn't want to stay for the last night sleepover and ended up bringing my oldest home as well. The 3sided shelters that the older girls sleep in are open to the elements, a storm was heading in that night and they seemed overcrowded. Go with the expectation that this is a rustic camp like the ones from our childhood and not the more polished camps our kids are more familiar with now, ie Shelburne Farms."
    - sbo
  • March 30, 2008
    "My girls had a fantastic time and the songs oh! they just take you right back to when you, yourself, were singing camp songs! The bus situation is really a fabulous side benefit. The age range is great so you can have multiple kids attending and grouped by age, so the appropriateness of the activities is not an issue. Good to try! My girls elected the sleepover option for Thursday night, which is a nice way to get a little sleepovercamping experience without too much trauma!"
    - twincoastlove

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