Press Release: Resident camp registration is open

See the press release for announcement of the 5th annual all volunteer run resident camp at Camp Archbald. Below is a quick summary about what camp can offer girls. If you are interested in an interview or need follow up information please contact Emily Loder at (207) 510-7880 or e-mail

Summer camp for girls! Open to girls 1st – 12th grade, Camp Archbald in Kingsley, PA has everything your girl needs to have fun! Zip line, swimming, boating, singing, horseback riding and hiking are just some of the activities she will do while meeting new friends and having the time of her life. Spend a week or two at Camp Archbald. Camp is open for two weeks from July 10-15 and 17-22. Or if your camper is new to camp, give her a Taste of Camp for just three days and two nights. Questions? E-mail

Open to girls 1st – 12th grade

Prices range from $150-$650

Location – Camp Archbald 100 Camp Archbald Rd. Kingsley, PA 18826

Hosted by Supporters of Camp Archbald (SoCA) an association of Girl Scouts that seeks to support and conserve Camp Archbald for Girl Scouting.

Press Release: Camp Archbald is saved!

That’s right, you read that correctly. On July 29th, 2020 Girl Scouts in the Heart of PA (GSHPA) announced that Camp Archbald benchmarks have been reached and it will no longer be sold or drilled for oil. It will be part of a plan to ensure the future of the property is cared for and available for Girl Scouts and the community. Read SoCA’s official press release regarding GSHPA’s decision here

SoCA’s hard work paid off. Camp is saved! #savecamparchbald #supportcamparchbald

SoCA Featured on Discover NEPA

Discover NEPA is a regional marketing initiative designed to promote NEPA as one of the country’s best places to live. They currently list events, stories and all the wonderful things happening in Northeastern Pennsylvania. On May 7th, 2020, Discover NEPA interviewed Marketing Chair, Emily Loder to feature SoCA as a Behind the Mission Statement organization on their website.

You can read the full article here! 

Thanks Discover NEPA and Jill Patton for writing and sharing our story.