Spend time together as a troop, or family, exploring the great outdoors for a weekend. This is a great way for girls to sample a variety of activities like swimming, crafting, canoeing, kayaking, and building campfires. Girls can choose from a selection of activities and our staff provides the expertise for an adventure!
- Troop Camp
- Family Camp
- Camp Samoa
- Arts and Crafts
- Human Foosball
- and much more!
From the moment the birds (or your counselors) wake you in the morning until you wind down during the evening twilight hours over your journal or a campfire, you're sure to find fun, friends, courage, and best of all, you'll find yourself! No two days at camp will likely feel the same (yay for adventure!), and depending on what location and session you attend, your typical day may vary.
- Wake up around 7 am
- Flag raising
- Breakfast (family-style)
- Girls work together on kapers (a.k.a. camp chores)
- Skill-building activities with your camp group, based on your session's theme
- Family-Style Lunch
- Skill-building activity time
- Family-style dinner (many girls will have a cookout dinner one night of their stay)
- Group-choice activities & recreation time
- Campfire on the first and last night of your stay
- Quiet time for journaling or small group activities before bed
Use our packing lists to make sure your girl has everything she needs for an exciting camp experience! Please note: These lists are simply general suggestions of what your girl should pack. Make sure to check your Welcome Packet for session-specific items.
As you pack, label everything with your camper’s first and last name.
Remember that camp is rustic – think dirt, dust, and humidity – so, clothes and shoes will get dirty. We do not have laundry facilities available for camper use, so pack enough for your camper’s entire stay.
- Socks & Underwear (enough for each day plus at least one extra)
- T-shirts or tops (one for each day)
- Two sweatshirts or warm tops
- Shorts & Long pants (yoga, sweats, jeans)
- Raincoat or poncho
- Pajamas (one pair)
- Sturdy walking shoes that are closed-toed and have support
Toiletries & Key Items
- Medications, if needed
- Insect repellent
- Sanitary napkins or tampons
- Lip balm or chapstick
- Shampoo and conditioner
- Towels (for swimming and showers)
- Washcloth & hand towel
- Toothpaste & toothbrush
- Comb or brush
- Sunscreen (SPF 15 or higher)
- Bandana or hat
- Flashlight with extra batteries
- Shower shoes or flip-flops
- Books to read
- Money for the trading post (the camp store)
- Facial Tissue
- Lanyard with Honor Pins and Honor Card (Returning 6, 13, and 21-day resident campers may have received these items)
- Notebook/journal and pencil or pen
- Other toiletries as needed (extra contacts, contact solution, glasses, etc.)
- Stationery or postcards and stamps
- Stuffed animal or another comfort item
- Something to tie-dye
Please note: Only some sessions tie-dye. If desired, t-shirts can be purchased at the camp trading post. Otherwise, remember to bring something from home like a t-shirt, bandana or pair of socks).
Where You'll Stay
With all the fun you’ll be having during the day, you’ll be tuckered out and happy to have a quiet place to rest your head at night. Campers and staff live in groups called units. Girls are housed in groups of 4–10 campers, with Troop Leaders or parents/guardians in the cabin. At night, staff members are always nearby, if needed. A central shower house is available for girls to use.
Sleeping accommodations vary by camp:
- Tree houses are off the grounds cabins with a deck and slide, screened in windows and fans. It sleeps 10 girls.
- Traditional cabins have screened in windows, electricity and fans. They sleep 8-10 girls.