Minerva the Manatee:
This is one of the many Environmental patches that can be earned by visiting GSC properties. Girls will learn about Manatees and marine life that are native to Riverpoint as well as other activities. A digital copy of the manual will be sent 2 weeks prior to arrival. Instructions and supplies for all the activities are provided on location. Each session runs approximately 3 hours.
Are a unique outdoor educational opportunity with activities at each mailbox. These trails are a great way to get familiar with the camp grounds and learn about environmental science. Each mailbox includes instruction and materials for self-led activities. Completion time for each trail varies based on: age of the group, size of the group, weather and location of the trail. Please allow at least 1-2 hours per trail.
Fishing is permitted year round. Cane poles are provided if reserved; troops must provide their own fishing tackle and bait. Any fish that may be caught must be released as we are a catch and release location. Each session is 1 ½ hour long. There is a maximum of 16 people on the dock at any one time for the safety of the participants. Equipment must be cleaned and stored properly in the boat house after use.
Flag For Retirement:
Upon request, you may reserve a cut and prepared flag at no cost with instructions for a flag ceremony to use at the fire ring.