2022 Camp Registration will open on a rolling basis starting on February 22. Camp sessions will be visible on our website January 31.
|February 22||13 Day Resident Camp registration opens|
|February 24||6 Day Resident Camp registration opens|
|March 1||4 Day Resident Camp registration opens|
|March 3||Family Camp registration opens|
|March 4||Registration opens for Girl Scout members
from other councils and non-members.*
|Opening time starts at 8:30 am (CST) each day.|
* Non-members will be able to begin registering for camp sessions on March 4. We encourage non-members to consider purchasing an annual Girl Scout membership ($25, financial assistance is available). By joining as a member, you’ll be able to register for your camp session earlier, pay the member price, and enjoy other benefits of membership. Contact us for more information and assistance.
We’ve got something for everyone: whether it’s your first camp experience or you’ve already mastered some outdoor skills, you’re sure to find the perfect fit, fun, and best of all, you’ll find yourself!
Resident Camp (A.K.A. overnight camp): Great for girls in grades 2-12, Resident Camp gives girls the unique opportunity to discover their strengths and seek challenges all while having a great time. Girls stay overnight at one of our camp locations. They can stay for 4, 6, or 13 nights and attend by themselves or with a friend. Girls can choose camps that focus on their interests.
Troop Camp: Girls attend summer camp with their troop, troop leader, and troop volunteers. Our camp staff lead the activities and coordinate meals—no training or experience is needed. Troop camp is an opportunity to bond, work together, and support one another as girls build campfires, go boating, practice archery, hike, do arts and crafts, and more.
Family Camp: Girls attend summer camp along with an adult and spend the night (or two) at one of our camp locations. This can be with their mother, father, guardian, grandparent, aunt, uncle—any adult they have an important relationship with. These camps give families the opportunity to explore all that summer camp has to offer while enjoying quality time together.
Day Camp: Girls attend summer camp for a single day—by themselves or with a friend—and do not stay overnight. Our council-led day camps have a little something for everyone. Whether you want to learn new skills—like campfire cooking—play teambuilding games, or make art, you're sure to find something that fits your interests.
Volunteer-Led Day Camp: These are all volunteer-planned and volunteer-led, single-day camps held in various regions throughout our council. If you are interested in these opportunities, please connect with your troop leader or service unit volunteers.Learn More
We have seven unique camp properties spread throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin, five of which host our summer camps:
Discover the diverse wonders of Minnesota and Wisconsin’s wilderness throughout our camp locations, from woods and wetlands to prairies and rolling hills.Learn More
Our primary summer camps are accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA) indicating safe, high-quality programs that meet industry and government standards.