Send your kid on an adventure that they’ll remember for the rest of their life! Resident camp gives campers 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!
Campers can choose specialty camps like archery, horseback riding, sailing, and science, or enjoy a classic summer camp experience (that has a little bit of everything!).
Our camps are safe, hands-on, and inspiring, and our locations will acquaint campers with our region’s landscape, from woods and wetlands to prairies and rolling hills. Campers will find fun, courage, and purpose—and best of all, they’ll find themselves.
A sampling of camp activities:
- Horseback Riding
- Paddle Boarding
- Arts and Crafts
- Log Rolling
- And much more!
- 2-day camps
- 4-day camps
- 6-day camps
- 6 or 13-day wilderness camps
- Leadership training camps
Browse Sessions, Register, and Prepare for Resident Camp
Browse Sessions & Register for Resident Camp
Resident camp registration opens on a rolling basis beginning February 7 at 8:00 am (CST). To view sessions, learn about the registration process, paying for camp, and our cancellation policies, head over to our Browse & Register section. Camp sessions will be visible on our website January 17.
Date Time Available Sessions February 7 8:00 am (CST) 13-day Resident Camp February 8 8:00 am (CST) 6-day Resident Camp February 9 8:00 am (CST) 2-day and 4-day Resident Camp February 13 9:00 am (CST) Non-members and out-of-council Girl Scout members
* Non-members will be able to begin registering for camp sessions on Monday, February 13 at 9:00 am (CST). 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.
Prepare for Resident Camp
Our Prepare section outlines everything you need to know about completing camp forms, packing, drop-off/pick-up times, health and safety, common concerns, contacting your camper, and more!
*All campers, including adults are required to bring proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 24 hours of their session start time.
View the sample schedule below to help you prepare for camp. If you are registered for a program, you will receive a final schedule with full details after you arrive at camp.
General Resident Camp
Typical Full Day Schedule
7:00 am Wake up and flag raising. Campers may have early morning activities or barn chores.
8:00 am Breakfast and campers work together on kapers (a.k.a. camp chores)
9:00 am–12:00 pm Skill-building activity time, based on your session’s theme and group’s interests
12:00 pm Lunch
1:00 pm–2:00 pm Rest hour
2:00 pm–5:00 pm Skill-building activity time that is based on your session’s theme and group’s interests. Campers can also have free-choice recreation time and/or open swim.
5:15 pm Dinner.
6:00 pm–9:00 pm Skill-building activity time, based on your session’s theme and group’s interests. There is a campfire on the first and last night of your stay. Quiet time, journaling, or small group activities before bed.
9:00 pm–10:30 pm Lights out, time depends on age group.