First Day Camp Planning Meeting is October 6th at 6:30pm .
View the flyer for this year's Day Camp
Download all of these forms for Campers. Please send all of them in at the same time.
Download all of these forms for Caddies. Please send all of them in at the same time.
Download all of these forms for Adult Volunteers. Please send all of them in at the same time.
Download all of these forms for the Boys' Unit. Please send all of them in at the same time. Boys entering 1st-6th grade are welcome to attend on the day(s) their parent volunteers.
We do not have a Day Care at camp. Please make other arrangements for your little ones on the days you volunteer for camp.
Please print the required forms and mail all completed forms with payment to the registrar listed on the forms. The appropriate registration form, health history form and medication information form are required for each person attending camp.
The camper fee is $170 (after April 1 the fee increases to $190).
Volunteer for the full week and your camper attends camp at no charge.
Volunteer at camp for three days and your camper attends camp for $100.
A Boys' Unit is available for boys entering grades 1-6 in the fall. Full-time volunteers may bring one boy at no charge. The cost for boys is $20 per day for part-time volunteers.
You may use cookie credits to pay for camp. If using cookie credits you have in hand, send them in with your registration. If you wish to use your 2019 cookie credits, but have not yet received them, write on the form how much you expect to receive and send in a payment for the remaining amount. Then send the cookie credits to the registrar as soon as you receive them.
Grants are also available for campers. Grant applications are available on the Girl Scout web site. If you are applying for a grant, make sure to send in your camper's forms with $10 as soon as possible in order to reserve your campers place. Make the appropriate note on the registration form for the registrar that you are applying for a Grant for Girls.
All planning and training is to meet the goal of a fun-filled, safe experience. Invariably, challenges will arise with individuals or a group of people. While camp is fun for most, weather and the age of our campers play a huge role in their behavior and in our own behavior: