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What should campers bring to camp

  • Wear Camp Shirt (required to be worn everyday)

  • Must wear socks, closed toe shoes and clothing that is appropriate for our 100% outdoor camp activities

  • Jacket, sweatshirt, or rain gear as appropriate - dress in layers (it can be chilly in the morning)

  • Water bottle with name

  • Sack lunch and additional snacks (we recommend an insulated option as we are outdoors all day)

  • Backpack

  • Hand sanitizer/ Wet Wipes

  • Hair Ties/Hat

  • Medicine/Additional Sunscreen and bug spray

    • must be in original container

    • labelled with campers name and unit 

    • must be turned into the Camp Nurse at the start of camp (or start of each day) - Campers will not be allowed to apply lotions to each other; the Health Director will assist the camper in applying sunblock or bug spray.

    • It is the Camper's responsibility to pick up any medications at the end of camp (or each day)

    • Must have a signed Health History & Over the counter (OTC) form accompany all medications

    • Campers who require inhalers and/or bee sting kits may carry them on their person during the day with written permission from their parent/guardian and after the Health Director has cleared them to do so. The Health Director will ensure the camper knows how to use the medication properly prior to giving the camper clearance. 

  • Positive Attitude 

  • Mask (optional)

Because some camp areas may contain poison oak, blackberries, and stinging nettles, it is important that the camper is dressed appropriately. Campers arriving in sandals or open toed / healed shoes will be excluded from activities until a parent/guardian furnishes them with shoes and socks

Please encourage your campers to leave any treasured items at home  items are often lost or can easily get dirty at camp and cell phones are not allowed to be out during camp hours for campers.

Camper Experience

Who can be a camper?

Our camp is focused on creating an amazing Girl Scout experience; however, we do provide the unique opportunity for siblings  (called tagalongs) to attend if attending with a volunteer. In general, all campers are current Girl  Scout members who fall within the range of K-6th grade (beginning in the Fall).  PA/PA-ITs are often former campers and/or Girl Scouts who are 7th grade - 12th grade.  PA/PAITs receive special leadership training and guidance throughout the week.  PA's arrive earlier than standard camp times. 

How will campers be placed in units?

We place campers into units, based on their age. We try to avoid placing campers in units with their parent/guardian and siblings. We also DO NOT do buddy requests. Unit Leaders will reach out to their unit campers a few weeks prior to camp to introduce themselves and provide another point of contact for families.

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