(for registered campers- including PAITs, volunteers, and CAs)
Camp dates and times:
What to bring daily (Label Everything):
Backpack or sturdy tote bag
Sit upon (a padded, water-resistant cushion)
Canteen or water bottle (no glass, 8 oz or larger)
Bug spray and sun block
Sack lunch including a drink (no glass)*
What to Wear (Label Everything):
Long pants or capris below the knees are required
Hiking boots or sturdy tennis shoes with socks - closed toe shoes are required for safety. (flip flops and sandals are not allowed).
Camp T-shirt (this will be issued at camp the first day)
Jacket, camp sweatshirt, or rain gear as appropriate
Camper ID Tag (pinned to shirt each day with a safety pin)
A sack lunch is required for campers, CAs, & Volunteers every day except their Cookshed Day. Bring a water bottle each day.
Monday 1st & 2nd grade units, Boys
Tuesday: 4th grade units
Wednesday: 3rd grade & PAIT units
Thursday: 5th & 6th grade units
Campers (including PAITs) report each morning to the Singing Tree (the big tree on the slope below the parking lot). Volunteers & CAs report to HQ at the River Shelter. Campers are picjed up by an approved person from their unit CAs using a Camper Pickup Card. CAs, PAITs, Tagalongs, and Boys will need to have Camper Pickup Cards, too.
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Camp Fire: All girls entering 4th grade and above in the fall of 2018 are invited to stay for the afternoon events and campfire/awards ceremony Thursday evening June 28, 2018. All 4th graders must be picked up no later than 10:00 p.m. Check out with camper pick-up card at Headquarters.
Overnight: All girls who are entering the 5th grade and above in the fall of 2018 are invited to stay for the overnight. All overnight campers will be served breakfast (donuts, bagels, fruit) and lunch (sandwiches) on Friday as it is a regular day at camp.
Camp Fire/ Awards Ceremony: Thursday June 28, 2018 3:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Overnight: Thursday June 28, 2018 10:00 p.m. to end of camp Friday
NOTE: Girls 5th grade and above may choose to stay for the campfire only and leave Thursday evening or stay the entire night.
If your camper is in 4th grade or above and would like to attend, please print out the Overnight Permission Form. Fill it in and have your camper bring it with her to camp to turn in to her unit leader no later than Wednesday. If staying for the overnight, mark the “campfire” part too. More information will be emailed to you during the first few days of camp if you have signed up for the Campfire or Overnight during registration.
This is a recommended packing list for the Overnight. Please do not over pack. Parents of bus riders are encouraged to arrange to have at least one parent follow the bus on Thursday to camp and pick up on Friday. There is not enough space on the bus for all the gear.
|Tent (if you have one)||Socks|
|One bag for clothing||Clothes for Friday|
|Pajamas or sweats||Sleeping Bag/Light Blanket|
Even more detailed information about Campfire and Overnight will go home for those who sign up. View that information here at any time (Information & Timeline).
Campers: 9am - 3pm each day
(PAITs are considered campers)
Volunteers: 8am - 3:30pm each day you are volunteering
CAs: 8am- 3:30pm each day
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How does Camp work?
Camp runs 9 am until 3 pm each day for the full week. Your camp day will be full of arts and crafts, singing, games, science, outdoor skills, cooking, dancing, new friends and fun; all lead by highly trained Camp Aides (Girl Scouts in 7th grade and older) with Adult Volunteer helpers.
Campers are in grade-level units (based on their upcoming grade in the fall), starting at first grade, all the way through 6th grade. Plus, you can request to be in the same unit as your troop-mates!
Girls entering grade 6 will also participate in Leader in Action (LiA) award workshops.
Girls will earn parts of badges & journeys, too—links are posted on the website after camp.
There are also units for:
WOW, that's a lot of information, documents, forms, and stuff! Why?
(You have no idea how much time, paperwork, documentation, and meetings happen behind the scenes so we are ready for camp, whew!)
So why all the paperwork? So we are as prepared as possible, and everyone has a great time as camp, of course!
We are Girl Scouts, after all!
What else should I know?
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Camp Contact Info:
Director - Rainbow Heart:
Emergency Phone - Week of Camp
Headquarters Phone – Week of Camp