Troop camping opportunities at GSTOP-owned properties are coming soon.
2022 Summer Camp Sessions will be listed here.
2022 Summer Camp Sessions will be listed here.
To give your Girl Scout an idea of what to expect as summer camp, please review our 2021 camp descriptions.
4- and 6-Day Traditional Outdoor Camp sessions include archery, horseback riding, swimming, ropes (Camp Kiwanis), and more to offer girls a classic camp experience. Older girls enrolling to stay in our Blueridge Unit at Stevens Ranch will be introduced to primitive camping under the stars in our hammocks with Blueridge’s Unit Lodge used for inclement weather.
2-Day Traditional Outdoor Camp is the perfect setting for girls to try new things, develop skills in a safe and supportive environment, and challenge themselves. Daisies entering 1st grade can join us for their first resident camp-like experience in our Girl Scout Camp Progression.
CIT 1 (entering 7 - 12 grades, Stevens Ranch)
Want to learn how to become a leader at camp. Train with Camp counselors and earn the basics of camp life and develop your program-planning skills. Program Aide training is a pre-requisite, to take CIT 1.
Horse of Course Day (Stevens Ranch & Camp Kiwanis)
Boots and Bridles – Juniors (entering grades 4-5) (Camp Kiwanis)
Are you a horse lover? Then this is the session for you! Girls will ride and/or work with the horses daily and assist with grooming, feeding, and corral management. This session consists of sunrise and late evening rides. Girls will be divided into two riding groups and alternate between morning and evening rides.
Saddle Up 1 – Cadettes, Seniors (entering grades 7-9) (Camp Kiwanis)
Are you crazy about horses and got to ride every day? This group will follow the Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) program as the girls learn to groom, saddle, feed, and assist with corral management. Saddle Up girls will start at the crack of dawn for their first ride of the day and in the evenings will ride off into the sunset.
Saddle Up 2 – Cadettes, Seniors (entering grades 8-10) (Camp Kiwanis)
Step beyond the level of Saddle Up I and learn additional riding techniques from CHA (Certified Horsemanship Association). You will be responsible for your own mount, as well as corral management. This group will ride out/camp out for one night on the primitive part of camp
Horses, Horses, Horses - Cadettes and up (entering grades 6-12) (Stevens Ranch)
Visit the barn daily (weather permitting) and learn horse grooming, basic horse care, tacking of a horse, and beginner riding skills. This session is the first in Steven Ranch's five-session horsemanship program and is a prerequisite for Horse Fan. Certification can be obtained by testing with a certified CHA official.
Horse Fan - Cadettes and up (entering grades 7-12) (Stevens Ranch)
Learn about basic horse nutrition, how to saddle a horse, and horse first aid. Expand your horsemanship skills and riding skills to include a sitting trot. Take horsemanship lessons daily (weather permitting). You'll also have the chance to work on Certified Horsemanship Association level 1A skills. Certification can be obtained by testing with a certified CHA official. This session is the second in Steven Ranch's five-session horsemanship program and is a prerequisite for Let's Ride. Must pass Horses, Horses, Horses to attend.
Introduction to Horse Play - Juniors (entering grades 4-5) (Stevens Ranch)
Horses can be great friends, just as people are. In this session, you'll spend a week getting to know the horses while learning basic horse skills. This session is not part of Stevens Ranch's five-step horsemanship program.
Born to Ride - Seniors and Ambassadors (entering grades 9-12) (Stevens Ranch)
Learn riding patterns along with how to bridle your horse and check your own tack. Learn the standing-two point and posting position trot as well as how to post on the correct diagonal in level 2 form, plus try your hand at the lope. Work on Certified Horsemanship Association level 2A skills. This session is the fourth in Stevens Ranch's five-session horsemanship program and is a prerequisite for Cowgirl Up. Must have Let's Ride completion card or CHA level 1 certification to attend. Certification can be obtained by testing with a certified CHA official.
Advanced Horse Play - Cadettes and up (entering grades 7-12) (Stevens Ranch)
Must have completed Horses, Horses, Horses or be able to comfortably ride. You will spend a week getting to know more about horses while using your basic horse skills to challenge yourself. For example, have you ever done archery on Horseback? This session is not part of Stevens Ranch's five-step horsemanship program.
Due to COVID-19, we regretfully cannot safely have Cowgirl Up sessions or the annual rodeo. We will all miss these great traditions, but regulations and safety of the campers must come first. They are gone for now, but not gone forever!
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