Camp Wil-Lo-Linn is a Girl Scout Day Camp operating under Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington (Girl Scouts OSW). For more information on opportunities through Girl Scouts OSW please check their website: http://www.girlscoutsosw.org
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Campfire and Overnight:
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.
We have a full Information and Timeline document of that goes on at Campfire and Overnight. If your camper is in 4th grade or above and would like to attend and you did not fill out the CampDoc Profile to reflect that you would be attending, or missed the deadline, 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.
What to bring:
Tent (if you have one)
Sleeping bag/Light banket
One bag for clothing
Clothes for Friday
Pajamas or sweats
Campers will work on their Rainbow Skills, Badge work, and some work towards Journeys.
Rainbow Skills are outdoor skills including knife safety, fire safety, campfire building, tent building, knots and lashing, orienteering, compass, and map use. Skills are taught in age-appropriate ways and levels through each year of Girl Scouting.
Take a look at our awards program document for the badge earning opportunities at Camp Wil-Lo-Lin!!
Cook Shed is where campers learn about outdoor cooking, cleaning, and safety in the outdoor kitchen. Campers will be preparing their lunch, including a special dessert, cleaning up after themselves, and practicing the Girl Scout four-part washing method for camp cleanliness. On the camper's cookshed day, they will need to bring a shatterproof plate, fork, bowl, spoon, and cup in a washable mesh bag (or a mess kit in a dunkbag). Note: Camp Wil-Lo-Linn is NOT a peanut free camp