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Camp Crossed Arrows


Note: The Girl Scouts – Diamonds Board of Directors, in consultation with staff, has voted to temporarily rest Camp Crossed Arrows for a period of one year with a reevaluation prior to the approval of the fiscal year/membership year 2021 budget. For questions, please email:


Camp Crossed Arrows is hidden away in the Ozark hills between Searcy and Batesville. The camp’s 400 acres host a swimming pool, arts and crafts area that doubles as an underground shelter, natural rock climbing, canoeing on Salado Creek, hiking trails, archery and slingshots, dining hall and three living units. Camp Crossed Arrows is also home to the council’s Horsemanship Program, offering riding sessions for girls of all ages and experience levels. If horses aren’t what interests your camper the most, she may choose another themed session offering all kinds of traditional camp activities! Every camper who attends Camp Crossed Arrows will be offered the chance to ride a horse at least once.


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