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   Camp Cahinnio
28 Cahinnio Rd
Booneville, Arkansas 72927
Tel: 870-773-2151   Fax: 870-773-0922
Toll Free: 800-632-6894
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  Contact Info:
  In Season Administrative Address:
  28 Cahinnio Rd
  Booneville, Arkansas 72927
  Tel: 479-675-4620   Fax: 870-773-0922
  Off Season Administrative Address:
  615 W 29th Street
  North Little Rock, Arkansas 72114
  Tel: 501-758-1020   Fax: 501-758-9656
  Camp is available for off season rental
Type: Residential
Focus: General
Specialization: General Sports, Sailing, Swimming, Wilderness, Leadership, Nature/Environ Study, Science, General Arts, Art, Photography/Video, Community Service, General Family, General Adventure, General Culinary, Weekend session for girls to attend with a female or male adult
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Boating, Camping/Camp fire, Canoeing/Kayaking, CIT/LIT, Community Service, Conservation, Culinary/Cooking, Field Trips, Fishing, Hiking, Survival Skills, Team Building, Travel/Trips, Swimming, Wilderness, Astronomy, Leadership, Marine Science, Archery, Nature/Environ Study, Science, Arts & Crafts, Batik/Tie-dye, Dance, Drama, Drawing/Painting, Leatherwork, Music, Photography/Video, Adventures, Diving
Food Allergies, Physical Disabilities
Age Range: 5-18
Gender: Female
Camp Capacity: 100
Accreditation: ACA
Director: Amanda Hall
Sponsoring Org: Girl Scouts of Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas
Founded: 1968
County: Logan
Nearest Large
Fort Smith
Camp Description:
Camp Cahinnio is nestled on nearly 400 acres of beautiful woodlands near Booneville in West Central Arkansas. Once a farmer’s homestead and, earlier, the hunting grounds of the Cahinnio branch of the Caddo tribe, the camp brings you back in time with its peaceful setting, tucked away in the Located on the camp’s grounds are a private 23 acre lake, swimming pool with modern shower house that also serves as a storm shelter, archery range, extensive hiking trails, air-conditioned dining hall, arts and crafts pavilion, and four separate living units for campers.

Camp Cahinnio is accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA). Maintaining ACA accreditation requires Camp Cahinnio to undergo regular reviews of its entire operation to ensure compliance with up to 300 voluntary health and safety standards in areas ranging from staff qualifications and training to emergency management. Camp Cahinnio’s most recent standards review was conducted in the summer of 2010.

Accommodations: Daisies and Brownies stay in cabins with the counselor cabin tucked in the center. Juniors stay either in cabins or a fun “next step” in their camping adventures with “platform tents” which are permanent structures with canvas walls and roof and a wood floor. The cabin and platform tent units both have pavilions and shower houses with modern shower and toilet facilities. Older campers stay in Outpost, a primitive tent unit where girls pitch their own two-person tents (provided) and canoe or hike to the main camp for daily activities or in the Tree House unit. A latrine is located in the Outpost unit, and campers shower in the main camp area.

Financial aid available.