Spend a day on Black Creek at Camp Chowenwaw, and hike, fish, or explore the museum! Located near the Black Creek and St. Johns River confluence, Camp Chowenwaw offers visitors 150 acres filled with a variety of different activities. Visitors can fish along Black Creek, or hike Camp Chowenwaw's trail. The camp has a pool where guests can swim; swimming lessons are available if reserved in advanced. Camp Chowenwaw has three interactive exhibits: the Pawpaw Nature Center, the Historic Girl Scout Museum, and the Pollinator Garden. For those interested in the wildlife and habitats found in the camp, the Pawpaw Nature Center offers vast amounts of information. The Historic Girl Scout Museum provides the history of Girl Scouts in Northeast Florida, as well as when the camp was a Girl Scout Camp until 2005. For those interested in how to support pollinators, visit the Pollinator Garden. Visitors can also stay overnight in the camp's cabins or by tent camping; cabins include a variety of different amenities, including electricity. Visitors can also paddleboard and play volleyball!
Picnic Tables, Volleyball Court, Interactive Exhibits, Pool