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 our Equine Event Release packet prior to attending their scheduled program. Any/all parents/siblings or other visitors that will attend the program with the scouts, must have a signed General Release form submitted.
Forms can be brought to camp on the day of program. There is a 10 child minimum for our programs. Programs are scheduled on Saturdays from 9:30 am-12 pm. These programs are $20.00 per scout, with a minimum of 10 participants.
**Please note that at this time, additional lessons for all troop levels, are currently unavailable**
$20.00 per scout.
Programs run approx. from 9:30 am to Noon on Saturdays
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Do you love ponies? Come learn about our ponies in this fun event. You'll learn about horses, basic safety, and their day to day care. Troops will get a first experience of riding, when they tack up for a brief ride with our staff. Tour our horse facilities, see where our horses sleep at night, play during the day, feed/supplies and storage and much more!
Brownies will learn about all about our horses, safety and about day to day care as well, plus we will start to explore the different types of horse breeds and riding styles. You'll learn about their care, equipment and all about feed. Learn the basics of grooming before you tack up for a brief ride around the rings with our staff.
Scouts will explore basic horse care, stable management, horse identification and markings, a deeper dive into daily care including stall/paddock maintenance as well as basic first aid and nutrition. Tack up for a brief ride where you'll learn all about the safety and fundamentals of riding.
Cadets, Seniors & Ambassadors
Scouts will learn all about the above skills from the other programs, as well as a dive into the equine industry and all its job opportunities, learn about properly handling a horse while haltering and leading safely. Take a deeper look into the basics of horsemanship and the beginning stages of horseback riding. Spend some 1 on 1 time with our Program Leader in the ring learning mounting/dismounting, walking/halting, steering and navigate a miniature obstacle course to test your 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.
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Or call us at 508-885-4891