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Camp and Outdoor Programs
Participate in an outdoor adventure full of learning, opportunities for challenge, a whole lot of friendship, and tons of fun. The camp community fosters experiences where every camper is welcomed, and together with other campers, staff, and volunteers can:
- Discover their ability to better solve problems and overcome challenges.
- Develop leadership skills, build social bonds, and become team players.
- Increase their level of overall happiness and gratitude through social and environmental focused programming.
Individual campers, Girl Scout troops, or other outdoor-inspired groups can choose to participate in a huge variety of camp offerings, locations, and program lengths.
Read through our 2022 Online Registration Guide for assistance with camp or outdoor program registrations.
Ways to Camp
Our camp properties are open year-round! During this time, short, two-hour, in person programming is offered throughout the year. This short programming is done in small groups and in the outdoors with health and safety in mind. These programs offer troops and families an opportunity to join in the fun of the outdoors.
Summer day camp is a great way to introduce girls to the camping world. Day camp programs run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Transportation and before and after camp care are also available at select locations. Come out to laugh and play all summer long!
Summer resident camp is a wonderful place to get more acquainted with the outdoors and give girls unique summer camp experiences. Girls can come to camp for three days, a week, or longer. Choose the experience that is best for you and join us for tons of fun!
Troops can plan their own outdoor getaways for a day, overnight, or weekend at one of our camp properties. Need a meeting place? Rent a site at one of our GSGCNWI owned properties for your troop or group!
To engage all girls in progressive and experiential outdoor experiences to build confident, capable leaders and outdoor advocates, and empower adults to support girls in their efforts.