Join us this summer for an outdoor adventure at Girl Scout Camp, where you’ll have room to explore, play, and grow. Find your strengths and challenge yourself as you navigate activities on the water, at the campsite, and along the trail.
This year, we’re introducing camp registration week! Registration will open on a rolling basis starting February 20, 2019:
|February 20||4-Day Resident Camp registration opens|
|February 21||6-13-plus Day Resident Camp registration opens|
|February 22||Family Camp registration opens;|
|March 5||Troop Camp and Edith Mayo Day Camp registration opens|
|Opening time starts at 8:30 am (CST) each day.|
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): Girls get to explore nature and have adventure on their own or with a buddy at sleep-away camp. Try out a specialty camp like archery, horseback riding, or science, or enjoy a classic summer camp experience with a little bit of everything.
Troop Camp: Make memories with your Girl Scout troop! Girls and adults who sign up together choose from a selection of camp activities and our staff provides the expertise for an adventure you will remember for years to come!
Family Camp: Girls bring along an important adult in their life (mom, dad, aunt, uncle, etc.) and explore camp in a girl-led open-house format.
Day Camp: Day camp is a great way to explore all that camp has to offer, including trying new challenges and meeting new friends. Girls typically attend by themselves or with a buddy. New in 2019, we’re offering two, week-long council-led day camps at Camp Edith Mayo.Learn More
We have seven unique camp properties spread throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin, five of which host our summer camps: Camp Lakamaga, Camp Elk River, Camp Singing Hills, Camp Northwoods, and Camp Edith Mayo.
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.