Whether your girl loves swimming, science experiments, tent camping, or horses, we’ve got something for everybody! No matter what type of camp you choose, your girl will find fun, adventure, and friends. We also have year-round camps and events for the non-summer months.
Also known as sleep away or overnight camp, girls can attend resident camp for four, six, or thirteen days. We even have multi-week wilderness trips for girls ready to put their outdoor skills and experience to the test. Resident camp gives girls the unique opportunity to make new friends, bond with and learn from different adults, discover their strengths, develop leadership skills, try new activities, and seek challenges all while having lots of fun!
Resident camp registration opens February 14, 2017—stay tuned for information on sessions such as Adult + Me, Mad 4 Science, Summer Camp Classic, “Girl on Fire,” Fairy Wings and Wild Things, and more.
Spend time together as a troop exploring the great outdoors for a weekend, four days, or six days. Troop camp is a great way for girls to sample a variety of activities like swimming, crafting, canoeing, kayaking, and building campfires. Troops choose from a selection of activities and our staff provides the expertise for an adventure!
Troop camp registration opens March 1, 2017.
Our summer day camps have something for everyone—whether you want to learn to weld, code a robot, or swim your heart out—you’ll find something that fits your interests and your calendar. Day camps give girls a chance to try something different and meet other girls who share their passion.
Girls attend themed sessions during the day and return home each afternoon. Volunteer-led day camps often end with a camp sleepover. Day camps include Robotics Camp, Volunteer-led day camps, and Swim Team. Registration opens March 1, 2017.
Session grade levels reflect the school grade your girl will begin in the upcoming fall and also correspond to the Girl Scout program levels (Daisy K–1, Brownie 2–3, Junior 4-5, Cadette 6–8, Senior 9–10, Ambassador 11–12). Learn how to tell if your camper is prepared to have a spectacular time at Girl Scout camp.
Ready to register?
Check out the wide variety of sessions and types of camps, and learn how to register your girl for camp. We can’t wait to see you this summer!