We’re so excited that you’ve chosen to camp with us! Girl Scouts has nearly 100 years of experience in providing excellent, safe camps for girls, and we will do everything to make sure your camper has a great experience this year.
Registration takes place through GSEvents.
View the camp session descriptions to see which camps take place throughout the summer.
Make sure you know your MyGS login to successfully register.
If you have issues registering, please contact our Customer Care Team at 800-582-7272 or email@example.com during normal office hours, Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., and Friday, 8 - 11:30 a.m.
Where does registration happen?
GSTOP Summer Adventure registration takes place on GSEvents.
Registration is for all registered Girl Scouts.
Make sure you know your MyGS login prior to camp registration.
Registration for EFTours partner trips are currently being accepted.
What are the options for summer adventures in 2022?
What are the nonrefundable/non-transferable deposits?
I’m not a Girl Scout. Can I register for camp?
Yes! Just purchase your $25 membership at least two-days before signing up for camp. Then set up your online account and register for camp.
How do I order a camp pack?
Camp packs are no longer available after April 11, 2022.
How do I register for before and after care with Day Camp?
As an add-on to your camp registration, Day Camp offers before and after care, on-site, for an additional fee of $20 per week for each. If you need both before and after care, the feel is $40 per week.
I still have questions about online registration. Whom should I contact?
Please contact Customer Care at 800-582-7272 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Customer Care is open M–Th 8 a.m.–5:30 p.m. and F 8–11:30 a.m.
Camp Packs are an add-on to camp registration and are only available until April 11.
Your Girl Scout will receive her camp pack on the first day of her camp.
There are three options for Camp Packs:
Camp packs are non-refundable after April 11.
Camp fees cover all meals and snacks, accident/illness insurance, leadership by specially trained staff, use of camp facilities, and program supplies. You may pay camp fees by cash, credit or debit card, check, money order, or Cookie Bucks. You must pay a nonrefundable and nontransferable deposit for all sessions or trips to reserve your space.
We understand that families may face unforeseen circumstances this summer due to the pandemic and we have adjusted our cancellation policies this summer to help ease the pressures of our families. Should a cancellation be due to a positive Covid-19 test, please reach out to our staff for a full refund, minus the deposit, at email@example.com.
14 days or more from the start of the session: Cancellations must be received at least 14 days before the start of a session to receive a refund of all but the $50 nonrefundable/nontransferable deposit. If a session was paid fully with Cookie Bucks, 250 packages will be withheld.
Less than 14 days from the start of the session: Cancellations made 14 days or less from the start of the session are not eligible for a refund.
If you cancel for medical reasons (including a positive Covid-19 test) within 14 days of the first day of a camp session, a full refund, minus the deposit, will be made. A written request for a refund, accompanied by a doctor’s statement or proof of positive Covid-19 test administered within 14 days of the first day of camp, must be received to receive a full refund minus a deposit. If Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains cancels a session, then you will receive a full refund. No refunds are given if campers are sent home for illness, behavior, possession of weapons, tobacco products or illegal drugs.
For information regarding Cookie Bucks and cancellations, please click here.
All camp forms are handled through CampDoc.com. After you register for camp or a trip, you will receive an email invitation from CampDoc.com with log in information starting April 1. If you have not received your CampDoc.com invitation by May 1, please contact our help desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-582-7272.
Campers who attend a four day or longer session are required to have all camper forms completed PLUS a physical examination (also available on CampDoc.com) completed and signed by a physician or nurse practitioner after August 1, 2021.
All campers are required to have camper forms and a physical examination completed and signed by a physician or nurse practitioner dated after August 1, 2021, which includes health history. Shot records for each camper is required. This is a State Youth Camp License requirement. If you have an objection to immunizations for your child, you must have a state of Texas notarized form.
Campers without completed forms will not be allowed to stay and will not receive a refund. Paperwork must be completed two weeks (14 days) prior to opening date of selected session or trip an uploaded to CampDoc. If CampDoc forms are not complete within the 14 day timeframe, you may lose your registration without refund as our waitlists opens.
It’s common for parents to have questions about what their daughter’s life will be like while she’s with us at camp. Our Parent Handbook includes information about health, safety, packing lists, and common concerns. Please reach out to us with any additional questions you have—our expert staff are here to support your girl and help her grow!
For girl protection, maps to camp are not made public. These maps are included in your confirmation email or by request.
Once you've received a camp map, please do not post or share camp maps on social media, including private groups.
Who are the Camp Staff:
Who are the Travel Staff:
We recommend talking to your girls about what the camp experience will look like so they are prepared for the rustic lifestyle of outdoor summer camp. Check out our Parent Handbook for suggestions on how to help your camper feel ready for camp.
Girls at Overnight Camp will use both rustic outdoor flushing toilets as well as pit latrines. They will have access to running water, sometimes with sinks and pumps outside.
Girls at Day Camp will have access to outdoor flushing toilets.
While we try to plan for all possibilities, sometimes dangerous weather can keep us from certain activities. If lightning is predicted for up to 10 miles around our campgrounds, all campers and staff seek shelter until the danger has passed. Pool swims, horseback riding, and outdoor activities will be cancelled. We will try our best to make up missed activities, but summer camp means summer weather. GSTOP will always put the safety of the girls first.
Girls will spend a lot of time walking outside in the Texas summer heat. Please plan to pack a water bottle and hat. Personal battery operated fans and cooling towels are also great ideas. Few of our cabins have AC units, so prepare your girls for sleeping in non-airconditioned cabins.
For campers to fully develop the independence that camp encourages, campers are not permitted to have or use cell phones. If your child brings a cell phone to camp, it will be stored until check-out. We recommend setting the expectation with your camper that she will not be speaking with family and friends over the phone during camp.
We have updated our COVID safety protocols for the summer of 2022. The full COVID protocols may be read at the link below.
Key information for parents:
Our full COVID-19 health and safety guidelines can be found here.
Questions? We'd love to help!
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