There's still time to sign up for the best summer ever!
Many know that camping is an important Girl Scout tradition, but few are aware that any girl in grades K-12 can attend Girl Scout camp. Girls do not have to currently be in a troop to make new friends and experience new things at Girl Scout camp.
These popular programs are a great way for girls to experience all the adventure, fun, and friendship that awaits them this summer.
New to Girl Scouts? Please call 1-800-248-3355 ext. 1460 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to register for these programs.
Start at Camp Redwing learning basic water safety, then head out to Camp Resting Waters to spend three days learning to sail and even take part in your own regatta. After learning all the basics of sailing, take a break and relax on the beach with your friends. You'll also participate in great camp activities like archery and arts and crafts.
Girls Grades: 7-12
Dates: Sun. July 20-Fri. July 25
Sleep in a yurt and try lots of swimming, archery, arts & crafts, canoeing and creek exploration. Make each day an adventure!
Girl Grades: 4-7
Dates: Sun. June 22-Wed. June 25
An eternal winter has been unleashed at Conshatawba. Learn songs from the hit Disney movie, practice dances from Arendalle and make an icicle wand.
Girl Grades: K-3
Dates: Sun. July 6-Mon. July 7
Doctor Who Camp
Hop in your TARDIS and meet us at Camp Conshatawba for this Doctor Who themed camp. Make your own sonic screwdriver to help solve the mysteries as camp, play Doctor Who games such as weeping angel freeze tag and enjoy fish fingers and custard.
Girl Grades: 6-10
Dates: Sun. July 6-Fri. July 11
About Girl Scout camp:
Why should I choose Girl Scout camp for my daughter this summer?
Girl Scout camp is a chance to break away from everyday experiences and enjoy outdoor adventures. It\\\'s often the first time a girl gets to ride a horse or challenge herself on a ropes course. All camp programs are girl-centered and designed to help each girl find her confidence, discover her leadership potential and make new friends in a supportive, all-girl environment.
Will my daughter feel left out at camp if she isn’t already part of a troop?
Most girls who participate in troops during the school year attend resident camp by themselves, so there are many opportunities to make new friends. Girl Scouting is all about being supportive and inclusive, so every girl is made to feel welcome.
Isn’t Girl Scout camp just for younger kids?
Girl Scout camp offer programs for girls from Kindergarten through 12th grade. Older girls have
access to the high-adventure activities they love –like whitewater rafting, horseback riding, challenge
courses, archery and more.
How do I learn more about Girl Scout camp?
- Visit camp at one of the open houses coming up in May and June. Click here for a schedule.
- Browse S'more magazine for information about resident camp, program schedules, locations, amenities and more.
- Watch this video for a glimpse of all that Girl Scout camp offers.
- Review our Parent Central page to get answers to your camp questions.
- Contact your local camp with any questions or concerns you may have.
How do I register my daughter for resident camp programs?
Contact our Help Desk at 800-248-3355 ext. 1460 or email@example.com for registration information.