If you are looking for a Summer Camp for Girls, where you can grow and have fun while building confidence, character, and lifelong relationships, Camp Netimus for Girls is your premiere choice.
Camp Netimus, a residential summer camp for girls, located in the Pocono Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania, is home to 145 sleep-away campers and more than 80 staff members who come from across the United States and from countries around the world. Camp Netimus was founded in 1930 and continues to provide an exciting and enriching summer camp experience for girls ages 7-16.
The Camp Netimus Directors believe there is real value in simply having fun. The goal is to provide girls with a caring, nurturing residential summer camp experience filled with moments of self-discovery and spirited activity. Instilled with the tradition of warmth, caring and companionship, Camp Netimus is a place where enduring relationships are born and lifelong friendships develop. Girls return to their summer camp year after year; many following the traditions of their mothers and grandmothers.
Campers can enjoy a variety of over 40 activities such as horseback riding, swimming, rock climbing, hiking, boating, canoeing, water skiing, sailing, mountain biking, tennis, photography, and crafts to name a few. Camp Netimus has been a Sleepaway camp for girls since 1930, and has helped thousands of girls have the summer camp experience of their life.
Want to learn more? Meet the directors and get a tour of camp through a Virtual Open House (call or check website for details). And once registered, you can attend the optional Family Orientation Weekend prior to camp, for any campers and families that want to experience a taste of camp life ahead of time.
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Camp Netimus Statement Regarding COVID-19:
“We are still planning the details of our COVID-19 protocol for the summer, but it will include testing multiple times (before arrival, at arrival, after arrival), and masking with social distancing until test results are returned. Once we know everyone in camp has tested negative at least twice, we will proceed with a normal program, with adjustments to some indoor activity areas. While our out-of-camp trips to the baseball game, NJ State Fair, and the Crayola Experience are a big part of our summer experience, we have decided not to do them as they would mean close interaction with many people outside of camp. We will likely continue with our smaller day trips (mountain biking, canoeing, and banana boating) since we can more easily remain socially distant from the public.”