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Camp & COVID

We continue to follow the guidance of the CDC, American Academy of Pediatrics, American Camp Association, and local health experts in managing Girl Scout Camp most safely. Help us provide a safe and healthy experience for campers, staff, and families by mitigating risk before arriving at camp, limiting the chance of exposure to COVID-19 whenever possible. Review our Screening and Illness guide before arriving at camp.

Pre-Screening

72 hours before arrival at camp, you will need to log into your camper's Health Profile in CampDocs to complete the COVID-19/Illness pre-screening. Failure to do so will cancel your camp registration, and you will forfeit all camp fees.

Fully Vaccinated Campers

Please complete either an Antigen Rapid Self-Test at home or a PCR Test at a local testing facility 72 hours (approximately 3 to 4 days) before arrival at camp. Proof of vaccination and negative test, via photo or email, must be provided at camper drop-off for either test.

Please see the CDC website for what fully vaccinated means for your camper.

Unvaccinated Campers

Please complete a PCR test 72 hours (approximately 3 to 4 days) before arrival at camp and isolate afterward. Proof of negative PCR test, via photo or email, must be provided at camper drop-off.

• Where to get PCR test

Daily Screening at Camp

We will continue to screen all campers and staff members for COVID-19 each day. Participants with any signs or symptoms will need to go home.

After Camp

Campers should be monitored for any signs or symptoms of COVID-19 after they return home from camp. If a camper tests positive for COVID-19 within eight days of returning home, please contact GSNWGL immediately so we can take appropriate measures to contract trace and inform other camp families as necessary.

*Report a POSITIVE COVID test to info@gsnwgl.org.