Summer camp is a great way for girls to explore leadership, build skills, and develop an appreciation for nature. Whether they go for a day, week, or longer, Girl Scout camp gives girls an opportunity to grow, explore, and have fun under the guidance of caring, trained adults.
Daisies Day Camp: Daisy Girl Scouts experience all the fun of traditional camp including badgework, rubber Axe throwing, low ropes, letterboxing, sing-alongs, STEAM activities, and more.
Brownies Day Camp: Brownie Girl Scouts experience all the fun of traditional camp including badgework, archery, low ropes, letterboxing, sing-alongs, STEAM activities, and more.
Juniors Day Camp: Junior Girl Scouts can experience all the fun of traditional camp including badgework, archery, low and some High ropes activities, Geo-caching, sing-alongs, STEAM activities, and more.
3-Day Overnight Camp for Brownies and Above: Come join us for your first resident camp-like experience in our Girl Scout Camp Progression with our 3-day camp, prefect for Brownies. This is a great time for girls to try new things and develop skills in a safe and supportive environment as they challenge themselves. Explore the outdoors, get hands on with STEM and the arts, and learn to navigate the wilderness. Miss our themes? Don’t worry, we have plenty of fun themed days and nights planned each week!
6-Day Overnight Camp for Brownies and Above: Enjoy archery, swimming, STEAM activities, badgework and a trail ride as you rough it for a week of camping. This is a chance for girls have the classic camp experience, enjoying time with new and past camp friends as they explore the outdoors and learn new camp traditions. Miss our themes? Don’t worry, we have plenty of fun themed days and nights planned each week!
6-Day Overnight Prim Camp for Seniors and Above: Take your camping up a notch sleeping under the stars. Enjoy archery, swimming, STEAM activities, badgework and a trail ride. Campers are introduced to more primitive camping, sleeping in a hammock with the program center used for inclement weather. Experience more advanced badgework and outdoor camping skills. Miss our themes? Don’t worry, we have plenty of fun themed days and nights planned each week!
Beginner Horsemanship for Cadettes and Above: Begin your equestrian journey with CHA-Certified Horsemanship Association Level 1 skills, including General Horse information, Horse Care and Handling, Horsemanship. This session is equivalent to the formerly named Boots and Bridles, Horses, Horses, Horses, and/or Saddle Up 1 camp sessions.
Intermediate Horsemanship for Cadettes and Above: Continue your equestrian journey with the first half of CHA- Certified Horsemanship Association Level 2 skills, to include: Further development of General Horse information, Horse Care and Handling. In Horsemanship, the skills to be addresses will be Balance, Posting, Canter/Lope, Introduction to jumping, introduction to Western patterns, trail obstacles, and advanced trail riding. This session is equivalent to the formerly named Horse Fan and/or Saddle Up 2 camp sessions.
Advanced Horsemanship for Seniors and Above: Complete your CHA Level 2 Skills journey with Advanced General Horse Information, Horse Care and Handling to include all equipment. Advanced Horsemanship areas that will be required are as follows: successfully working with Aids, uses of Reins, improving your seat, riding bareback, schooling figures to included circles, figure 8’s and change of direction on the diagonal, western turnback on the rail, and western patterns and advanced skill for trail rides. This session is equivalent to the formerly named 'Let's Ride', 'Born to Ride', or 'Cowgirl Up'.
Young Leaders Camp (new!) for Seniors and Above: Start your journey in Camp Leadership. Learn how to become a Counselor for either Day camp or Resident camp, help troops when troop camping, or serve on a task group for an outdoor event. Get trained and ready for all these areas in this fast-track leadership session. During this session, you will earn credit For Program Aide training and experience 3 specialization areas: Outdoor Skills, Life Skills, and STEM, and CIT 1. Having experienced of 1 week at Day Camp or RC camp, is a pre-requisite, to take this session. Experience working with younger girls is helpful. You will earn you PA and CIT 1 after this session.
Camp Aide for Seniors and Above: Train as a Camp Aide as bunk together while working with a unit of younger girls and working alongside our Unit Staff. Camp Aides get to enjoy activities all their own as a team, while enhancing their skills in leadership opportunities. Assist with badgework and other daily camp tasks. PA training, and having experienced one week at Resident camp, is a pre-requisite, to take CIT I to be a Camp Aide. Camp Aides are also eligible to earn service hours.
CIT I for Seniors and Above: Now that you have your Program Aid Training under your belt, share your leadership skill with younger Girl Scouts as you train to become a Camp Counselor. Train with Camp counselors to learn the basics of camp life and develop your program-planning skills. PA training, and having experienced one week at RC camp, is a pre-requisite, to take CIT I.
CIT II for Ambassadors and Above: Now that you are earned your Counselor in Training I pin, time to put what you learned into action. You will fine tune your leadership skills, shadow staff, and work directly with the girls attending camp. While earning your CIT 2 pin, enjoy the classic camp activities, plus earn some Badges along the way. Completion of CIT I is a pre-requisite to take CIT II.
Wrangler Aide for Seniors and Above: Work alongside our barn staff in training campers and caring for horses. Perfect for leadership in the horse field. Being a Wrangler Aide includes using leaderships skills while working with girls around horses. You help barn staff with ground and mounted lessons, grooming and saddling of horses, and doing daily barn chores. You also enjoy many of the classic camp experiences and can work on improving your own horsemanship skills. PA training, and having experienced one week at Resident camp, is a pre-requisite to be a Wrangles Aide. Wrangler Aides are also eligible to earn service hours.
S.P.U.R.S. (Supportive People Using Riding Skills) for Ambassadors and Above (Stevens Ranch only): This is the highest level of our Horse Leadership. Continue to expand your horsemanship training and leadership skills, not only at the barn, but all-around camp. Be a part of an elite group while you help with riding instruction both in the arena and on the trail; teaching horse and barn care and reinforcing the practice of sound health and safety measure for campers, staff, and horses. In shadowing barn staff, you will prepare yourself for a possible future as a GTOP barn crew member.
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