Located along the Bogue Falaya River about seven miles northwest of Covington, Camp Covington is one of the oldest Girl Scout camps in the United States. This quaint 23-acre camp includes sunny open spaces for day use and shaded camping grounds for cabins and platform tents, making it ideal for the first-time camper. Each area, whether for day use or overnight camping, provides a fire circle and grill with a nearby latrine. Campers may also utilize the camp’s dining hall and kitchen, archery course, and hiking trail. Stairs provide easy access to the shallow river, where girls enjoy wading and exploring the riverbed.
Click here to request space for your troop at Camp Covington. Space is not reserved until the form has been approved by your Membership Executive and Service Unit Administrator and reservation fee has been received.