All Girls Welcome
In Girl Scouts we embrace the individuality of every girl and know that for each girl, her camp experience will be uniquely hers. Our camp programs are designed to offer variety, flexibility, and fun no matter her interests. Whether she is exploring the night sky, creating a masterpiece, or challenging herself on a daring adventure, our camp sessions promise an adventure for every girl. Camp is more than a canoeing adventure or a week of art exploration; it builds confidence and independence and girls achieve a greater sense of self.
The grades listed for all our camp sessions refer to the grades girls will be entering in the fall. Our camp programs are designed to progress with your girl.
Girl Scouts is girl-led, allowing girls to put their own stamp on camp! Each session described in our camp guide provides an idea of what activities will be included at camp; however, girl input helps determine what activities actually happen. When the girls help make program decisions, they are discovering their interests, trying new things, and engaging in cooperative team-building.
Signing up for Camp
Registration is open. Caregivers must register their Girl Scouts for these sessions. Troop Leaders are not able to register troop members for resident or day camp sessions; however, troop leaders may register their troop members for troop camp opportunities, such as Outdoor Extravaganza and Weekend in the Woods. Registrations cannot be accepted over the phone.
Check out our Camp Guide for a complete listing of day and overnight camp session for the summer of 2017.
Sign-up for a week (or more!) today!
Health Forms and More!
A completed Health History Form is required in order to attend Girl Scout camp. A physical exam at least 24 months prior to the last day of the camp session is also necessary for anyone attending a wilderness trip program at Camp Birch Trails, a medical professional must sign the Health History Form verifying these conditions have been met. Girls must bring a completed health history form with them on the first day of camp.
A completed Camper Information Form is also reqired. This information is used by camp staff to ensure an excellent experience for your camper.
Download the Camper Information Form and Release Form now!
Camp Kits and Apparel
Surprise your camper with a Camp Care Kit!
Make your camper’s week even more special by giving her a Camp Care Kit. Each kit is filled with toys, games, and goodies that will be delivered in her first few days at camp. Kits are limited so order your Camp Care Kit early. All orders must be placed at least one week prior your camper’s session.
Remember Girl Scout Camp all year long with camp apperal!
Show your camp pride by rocking a camp T-shirt or sweatshirt. Sizes are limited so pre-order your Camp apparel early. Shirts will be available at the Trading Posts and retail locations.
Payment & Cookie Dough
Programs that are $100 or less require payment in full at the time of registration. For programs that are over $100, or if you are requesting financial assistance, a $50 deposit must be included with registration. Camp is a great way to spend Cookie Dough! If you would like to use Cookie Dough but do not receive it by the time you register for camp, all required deposits and fees must be paid; after your Cookie Dough is received you may apply it to camp fees by calling 888.747.6945. If the amount of Cookie Dough used plus the amount of your deposit exceeds the total cost of your camp fees, you will receive a refund for the overage. Due to the volume of these requests, it may take up to four weeks to receive your refund.