Girl Scout Programs
Camp Marshall has been working with local Girl Scout Troops since 2009. We offer programs for all
Girl Scout levels. Our programming is based on the experiential learning model, and provides hands-on experiences with all of our activities. The 4-H principles of HEAD, HEART, HANDS & HEALTH are synonymous with Scout traditions of empowerment, values, compassion, and citizenship.
Our horse programs are able to be run year-round, Your troops' visit should be scheduled at least three weeks in advance. Every participant will be required to complete a waiver prior to attending their scheduled program.
Forms can be brought to camp on the day of program. There is a 10 child minimum for our programs. Horse Programs are scheduled on Saturdays from 9:30 am-12 pm. These programs are $20.00 per scout, with a minimum of 10 participants.
$20.00 per scout.
Programs run approx. from 9:30 am to Noon on Saturdays
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Ponies Ponies Ponies (Daisy)
Do you love ponies? Come learn about our ponies in this fun event. You'll learn about horses, how to be safe around them, and their basic care. Troops will get a first experience of riding, when they hop-aboard for a short lead-line ride around the ring. Tour our horse facilities.
Brownies will learn about all the things in our Horse Fan program, plus we will start to explore the different types of horse breeds and riding styles. You'll learn about their care, equipment, food and how you need to act around horses to stay safe. Get some hands-on time as you learn about horse grooming.
Horsing Around (Juniors)
Troops will explore basic horse care, stable management, careers in the horse industry, horse identification and markings, and basic riding skills. Horsing Around is a fun, jam-packed beginner's horse program and will learn about some basic riding commands.
Horses, Horses, Horses (Cadette, Senior, Ambassadors)
Scouts will learn standard horse etiquette, grooming and leading a horse. You'll also explore the tack room and learn about the equipment and its care. Look in the future of what jobs are available in the Equine World, and a solid understanding of basic horsemanship skills.
Please note: At the time of registration the balance for your group is due to secure your troop's spot. Please contact our office with any questions regarding payments.
Each participants must bring a release form signed by parent or guardian with them on the day of their program. Please click the button above to view and print the forms.
For scheduling please contact:
Or call us at 508-885-4891
Our office hours are Monday through Friday typically from 9:00am to 2:00pm. Winter Hours