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Camp Addisone Boyce


30 Mott Farm Road
Tomkins Cove, NY 10986

Camp Addisone Boyce (CAB) is the perfect place to get back to nature. CAB boasts a large lake which can be used for pond studies, boating, swimming, frog counts, and fishing. This camp also has multiple trails for hiking, a low ropes course, a large game field, and outdoor program spaces.

Camp Addisone Boyce Camp Sessions

Camp Sessions are Filling Fast! Here are the available and sold-out camp sessions as of 5/10/21.

Camp Addisone Boyce FAQs
What are the hours of operation of camp?

Monday through Friday, 8:15 AM-4:00 PM.

What does my daughter need to bring to camp?

Your daughter will carry her bag with her all day, so be careful not to over pack.  Every day she will need to bring a reusable water bottle, lunch, swimsuit, towel, water shoes (not flip-flops), close-toed shoes, sunscreen, and bug spray.  Camp runs rain or shine so please check the weather and send your daughter to camp with appropriate attire.  

Will my daughter be in the same unit as her troop?

Possibly, our unit sizes are small and sometimes whole troops cannot be placed in the same unit. Our staff members work very hard to make sure everyone has a buddy and will help shyer campers who may need assistance in making new friends.

One Week programs vs Two Week programs

The 4th and 5th-grade one week and the 4th and 5th-grade two-week programs are two separate programs; the girls will be in different units and have different activity schedules.  6th-8th-grade one week and two-week programs are also separate.

Snacks and Birthday foods

If you would like to send in treats for your camper’s unit please contact the camp first. We can give you correct numbers of girls/counselors in the unit as well as information about any food allergies or dietary restrictions. 

Campfires and Overnights

We’ve changed the way we do overnights. Juniors will no longer be eligible for the weekly overnights.  Instead, we have decided that ALL campers in 4th & 5th-grade sessions are eligible for the weekly campfire, with a pickup time of 9:00 PM.  This includes a cookout for dinner.  We wanted to open the campfire to as many of our campers as possible. 

Girls 6th grade and up have optional overnights each Thursday . Please note that girls in Camp Aides & CIT’s may also stay overnight on Thursday.  There is a late night pick up option after campfire at 9:00 PM.

Why does my daughter’s counselor have a “camp name”?

All staff will select a “camp name.” This is a tradition dating back to the beginning of camping in Girl Scouts. We use camp names for several reasons. A camp counselor guides your camper in a gentle manner, and her camp name helps distinguish her from a teacher, parent or another authority figure. Camp names add to the magic of Girl Scout camp that has been passed down for generations. Please don’t be surprised when camp staff members introduce themselves as “Chuckles” or “Disney.” Be assured, the Camp Director (Tiger) knows everyone’s real names. If you need to know, you can simply ask. 


Camp at a Glance

2021 Camp Sessions


Zoologist Away: 7/5-7/9

Do you ever wonder about the many different ways animals help us? This week, learn about the different relationships humans have with animals and how animals help us everyday while participating in other fun camp activities. Stop to go sloppy searching and learn about what you find!

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Professor Girl Scout: 7/26-7/30

What a wonderful day to be a Girl Scout! This week your girl will learn about how they can empower themselves to be confident, independent, and truly powerful leaders. Whether you Cadette is a go-getter, innovator, a risk-taker, or a leader, there’s something this week just for her!

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Super STARs: 7/5-7/16

Our Super STARS sessions are a great way for older campers to take on more responsibility here at camp. Super STARS will embrace her leadership skills through tending to food prep, ensuring camp stays clean and healthy for all campers and staff and assisting in various activities throughout camp. This includes aiding staff and specialties, playing with younger campers, and help make camp run smoothly as possible. While still enjoying the CAB classics, they’ll be developing cooperation, leadership, and collaboration skills!

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CIT I: 7/5-7/23

Our CIT program is designed for young women who are interested in becoming camp counselors and helping them embrace their leadership skills!


CITs will get hands-on experience with child development, camper supervision, first aid, and camp programming. This program also works on communication, cooperation, and teamwork. By the end, CITs will have experience assisting in units and specialties.

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CIT II: 7/26-7/30 & 8/2-8/6

After CITs complete the first part of the training, they may choose between one, two, or three weeks of C.I.T. II. The C.I.T. II program provides more hands-on opportunities for honing the camp counselor skill they have developed over the summer. Plus, it’s a great way to enjoy the last few weeks of summer with your friends and enjoy the camp experience! *C.I.T. I is a required prerequisite.*

7/26-7/30 Register Here

8/2-8/6 Register Here