Summer Camp Directory
Camp Mont Shenandoah
What we're all about...
Camp Mont Shenandoah provides a traditional summer camp experience for girls between the ages of 7 and 16. Nestled in the Allegheny Mountains along the pristine Cowpasture River in Bath County, Camp Mont Shenandoah is one of Virginia’s oldest and best loved overnight camps.
Camp Mont Shenandoah’s mission is to create an excellent summer camp experience for girls. In a safe and caring environment, our camp provides the setting and structure each girl needs to grow — physically, mentally, socially, and spiritually. Through cabin living, fun, challenging activities, relationships with peers and staff, and longstanding traditions, we promote life skills that instill confidence, develop a girl’s sense of self and foster independence. Campers leave Mont Shenandoah having learned the guiding principles of our five virtues: Love, Loyalty, Friendship, Sportsmanship, and Spiritual Awareness.
Our camp address
Camp Mont Shenandoah
218 Mont Shenandoah Lane
147/Six & Three Week; 109/Roots & Shoots
What we offer...
Camp Mont Shenandoah begins each morning with a flag- raising ceremony and concludes each evening with the playing of taps. In between, campers enjoy a full range of traditional summer camp activities such as:
Arts and crafts
Drama and music
Hiking and overnight camping trips
Team & individual sports (lacrosse, hockey, soccer, basketball, volleyball, etc.)
Watersports (swimming and canoeing)
Cost & Sessions
2022 TUITION RATES:
Six week camper $8,850
Junior Counselor $8,850
Three Week camper $5,050
Roots & Shoots (one week session) $1,775
5% discount is applied to the tuition of any sister of a registered camper.
Six and Three Week campers require a $1000 deposit, refundable until February 1, 2022, with a completed application. Roots and Shoots campers require a $400 deposit refundable until February 1, 2022. The balance is due by March 15, 2022 or within one month of registration after March 15, 2022.
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Is tuition assistance available?
The application for the 2022 scholarship is electronic this year (though we can accept paper applications if needed). Applications must be submitted by December 17, 2021. https://www.cfrba.org/scholarships/camp-spirit-scholarship-fund/?fbclid=IwAR1VjpjxQjgfbzV1htVXasNfzH-STO-2d_CKWdl5UGklGbZ32Y7rK2LO6ec
Families may wish to explore other financial aid or payment options. Please do not hesitate to contact us to see what may be possible.