Summer Day Camp
Registration will open on February
3 at 5 a.m.
Summer day camp at GCNWI provides an opportunity for girls to meet new friends, learn outdoor skills, and grow her courage, confidence, and character in a safe environment.
She will have fun in the sun playing games, singing songs, and maybe even getting a little messy in the great outdoors!
Browse the 2020 Camp Guide to choose the day camp sessions you want to attend!
What Day Camp is Like
GCNWI day camps run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday,
with an optional overnight on Thursday. You can register her for
before-camp and after-camp programs or bus/train transportation at
Campers bring lunch every day except when there is a cookout. Meals during an overnight are provided.
Locations: GCNWI offers Summer Day Camp programs at Camp Greene Wood, Camp Palos, and Vernon Hills Gathering Place.
Transportation: Daily transportation via train or chartered bus to and from Camp Palos and Camp Greene Wood for an additional fee. The transportation method must be designated at the time of registration. Learn more about day camp transportation options.
Where do campers sleep? If a day camp has an optional overnight, campers may sleep in lodges, platform tents, yurts, or pop-up tents.
In many of the communities we serve, talented and enthusiastic volunteers offer local day camp experiences for girls. Led by volunteers throughout our council, these day camps explore the communities around them in a variety of sites, including state and local parks, forest preserves, and Girl Scout camps.
Each volunteer-led day camp provides unique themed and specialized activities, and many provide leadership opportunities for older girls. All volunteer-led day camps are supported by council staff and meet standards regarding program, budgeting, risk management, health, and safety.
Registration will open February 3 at 5 a.m.