Oh my goodness…we’re full!

Thanks to everyone who has registered for 2016, we are at camp capacity right now! Would you like to be on our Wait List? Here’s how it works. If we receive notification prior to September 9, 2016 that a Great Escaper is unable to attend, we’ll be happy to notify you on a first come and respond/first-served basis. We hate to have anyone miss out on the fun!

Send us your name, email address and phone number to gsgreatescape@yahoo.com and we’ll be in touch no later than September 14, 2016 if we have space for you!

If you need to cancel this year, keep these dates in mind:

  • Meals and workshop materials are purchased several weeks in advance of the event. Full refund if notified before September 1st.
  • Partial refund – September 1st through September 14th. (Total minus $10 processing fee)
  • Refunds will not be honored after September 15.

Great Escape

September 23 – 25, 2016

Camp Wabasso

Bradford/Sutton, New Hampshire

Great Escape began in 1982 as a thank-you for Girl Scout volunteers and has evolved into a weekend of opportunities –  to renew old friendships, make new friends, relax or enjoy a workshop, eat well, and spend a lovely autumn weekend in New Hampshire.

All Girl Scout adults and graduating seniors are welcome! Take a look at this site and our blog, get excited, submit your registration form*, and send your payment so that you can join us in the fun!

Check out our blog at  www.gsgreatescaper.blogspot.com
Photos and stories of 2014 and 2015 available on the blog.



The Book Club meets before dinne r on Saturday.Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, by Susan Cain and Quiet Power: The Secret Strengths of Introverts, a version of the book pitched towards teenagers.   Read either or both of these books (or just come to the discussion to see if you can learn anything from the books.) We’ll discuss the power of Quiet in our family lives, our work, and Girl Scouting!

quiet book quiet power book