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Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont CEO Jennifer Wilcox addresses Keyauwee Program Center leaders, scouts and parents during the unveiling of the Adventure Park.  Eric Abernathy / Randolph HUb

Girl Scouts open new edition to Adventure Park in Sophia

SOPHIA — Last week, Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont (GSCP2P) unveiled Phase II of the Congdon Adventure Park, located at Keyauwee Program Center in Sophia.


The ribbon cutting took place on March 28.


Phase II is the low ropes course that will be used by girls of all ages and includes more than 15 new features like the “Spider Web,” “Trust Fall,” “Team Wall” and more.


Phase I of the Adventure Park opened in November 2021 and included a high ropes challenge course with platforms, swings and bridges 35 feet in the air.


“We continue to be appreciative of the Earl and Kathryn Congdon Family Foundation and family for allowing us to build on the outdoor experiences that we can offer to girls,” said Jennifer Wilcox, CEO of GSCP2P. “This new addition to the Adventure Park is going to give even more girls an opportunity to challenge themselves and grow in an outdoor setting.”


The Congdon Adventure Park has been made possible by a grant from the Earl and Kathryn Congdon Family Foundation.


Keyauwee Program Center is one of three camp properties run by GSCP2P and welcomes girls year-round through troop camping and programming, summer overnight and day camps, and horse programs run at Circle C Equestrian Center, which is an additional part of the Keyauwee facility.


For more information about GSCP2P or Keyauwee Program Center, contact info@girlscoutsp2p.org or 800-672-2148 or visit www.girlscoutsp2p.org.