Girl Scouts are forces of nature. And they were meant for outdoor adventures.
Whether they’re swimming in a lake for the first time at summer camp, discovering the wildlife in their own backyards, or being a citizen scientist and observing bees in their local park, every outdoor adventure grows a Girl Scout’s “I’ve got this” attitude. And once they unlock that confidence, they’ll aim as high as the stars they see outside their cabin window.
Girl Scout Camp Opportunities
Day camp is for Girl Scouts with activities on three or more consecutive days for four hours or more. The occasional overnight camp may be offered.
Weekend camp is typically a overnight weekend event with lots of different kinds of activities available for troops, groups and girls..
Travel camping is for experienced campers. The group travels from one site to another on foot or via motorized or non-motorized transportation over a period of three or more nights, staying at different campsites along the way.
Overnight camp is for Girl Scouts who want to experience overnight camping for three to 6 days and nights (the average is five nights). They plan activities with their counselors and volunteers, using resources available at the campsite.
Family camp is for Girl Scouts and their families, who stay at camp for a weekend of outdoor fun, where everyone can bond over something new.
Activities at GSCI Camps are designed to be progressive - new challenges and new activities become available as campers attend more camp sessions and gain more skills. This ensures campers are both staying safe and continuing to learn and try new things every year. It also keeps camp engaging and FUN! This means campers in the first grade may do substantially different activities from middle school campers