Camp Furnace Hills, located in Lancaster County, while small, offers
the full range of Girl Scout progressive outdoor overnight
experiences. From rustic cabins, to a modern lodge, and a former
personal residence, Camp Furnace Hills offers individual overnight
units for groups ranging in size from 17 to 40.
Camp Furnace Hills presents the opportunity for historical
programming centered around an 18th century German bank house known as
Foxfire House. The volunteer led Foxfire programming team leads
scheduled activities and is available for small group requests for
to learn more about Foxfire House
for a map of Camp Furnace Hills
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Camp Furnace Hills
300 C Project Drive
Google map directions
New Hiking Resources available! Updated October 2021
GSHPA Troop 70305 of (Insert Troop’s County here), recently
completed their Bronze Award by providing some valuable hiking and
safety reference material for areas near Camp Furnace Hills in
Lancaster County. The troop created a binder of resources for each
unit at camp, including at "Girl Scouts' Guide to Hiking"
resource, which has sections noting what to bring on hike, “Leave No
Trace” information and how to identify poisonous plants. It also
includes trail guides for three nearby trails: Ephrata-Warwick
Rail-Trail, Millstone Trail -- including the Legend of the Fairy
Stone, a Camp Furnace Hills legend -- and Texter Mountain Preserve.
The guides include trail maps and directions to the trail heads from
Camp Furnace Hills.