Give your favorite camp a little TLC!
Join us at a camp near you for the Spring Volunteer Work Weekend May 2-4, 2014.
A Volunteer Work Weekend is two great opportunities in one — you get to enjoy staying at your favorite camp while helping maintain and improve the property for all campers to enjoy.
There is no charge to participate in Volunteer Work Weekends. Your stay is on us as a “thank you” from the Volunteer Property Site Team and GSWPA for sharing your time and skills in improving our properties.
All meals will be served on Saturday, with a continental breakfast on Sunday morning. After helping with the variety of projects on Saturday, enjoy the free time in late afternoon and evening. Relax with program activities and an evening campfire after a busy day at camp. Program activities will vary from camp to camp. This is a great opportunity for program aides to gain hands-on experience as well!
Please note: While there is no fee, registration is required to attend a Volunteer Work Weekend.
Visit the Things to Do section of gswpa.org to choose a camp and register.
Registration for this event has two options: the entire weekend (Friday evening at 7 p.m.-Sunday at 11 a.m.) or just Saturday (9 a.m.-5 p.m.) including the program activities.
Spring Volunteer Work Weekends are available at the following camps:
- Conshatawba (Cambria County)
- Curry Creek (Jefferson County)
- Elliott (Lawrence County)
- Hawthorne Ridge (Erie County)
- Resting Waters (McKean County)
- Redwing (Butler County)
- Roy Weller (Preston County, WV)
- Singing Hills (Venango County)
- Skymeadow (Armstrong County)
Please contact email@example.com with any questions about Camp Volunteer Work Weekends.