​​​​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

This website is maintained by volunteers with Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington. For communications questions email: campwllregistrar@gmail.com.  General camp questions email to: campwlldirector@gmail.com.  Copyright © Girl Scout Camp Willolinn. All rights reserved.

Welcome to Camp Wil-Lo-Linn,

your Day Camp in Girl Scout Service Unit 9;

Wilsonville, Lake Oswego, & West Linn! 


Camp Wil-Lo-Linn originated in 1992 and is named for the surrounding areas of Wilsonville, Lake Oswego, and West Linn, Oregon. This area is covered by Service Unit 9 of Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington. The camp was a spin-off of Camp Kerr, a day camp begun in the Mountain Park area of Lake Oswego in the 1960's. 

​​​What started as a small camp of 125 girls has now grown to accommodate more than 200 campers supported by over 90 volunteer adults, 70 Camper Aides, and vibrant Tag-Along and Boys programs serving our adult volunteers. This outdoor skills-oriented program is run entirely by adult volunteers with a desire to "help build girls of courage, confidence and character who will make the world a better place". They are ably assisted by a dynamic, trained group of older Girl Scouts - our Camper Aides who are developing their leadership skills by assisting in the planning and running of camp activities. 


Programs offered include Daisy & Brownie Girl Scout units (entering 1st-3rd grade), Junior & Cadette Girl Scout units (entering 4th-6th grade), Program Aides-In-Training (entering 7th+ that have not taken PAIT), Little Tagalongs* (volunteers' children, 3-5 years old, including Daisies entering Kindergarten), Boys* (volunteers' sons, 6-12 years old) and Camper Aides (entering 8th-12th grade with PAIT training completed). *Tagalong and Boys units are for children of camp volunteers only when the volunteer is also on-site.



Camp runs Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. during the last week of June. 


For girls entering 4th grade and older, the Campfire celebration begins at 3:00 p.m. on the Thursday night of camp and ends at 10:00 p.m. Girls entering 4th grade should be picked up by 10:00 p.m. Camper pick up cards are required. 


The overnight for girls entering 5th grade and older begins at 10:00 p.m. on the Thursday night of camp and ends the following morning at 8:00 a.m. Girls will participate in Friday activities and be served lunch (usually sandwiches, chips and a cookie; plenty of water on site) . 


Camp Wil-Lo-Linn is 100% volunteer run. Full time at-camp adult volunteers who complete the onsite training receive a 50% rebate on camper fees for 1 camper grades 1st through 6th and PAITs.

Pre-camp adult volunteers commit to specific responsibilities that do not require participation during camp. These positions are filled early in the planning season at the discretion of the Camp Director and the bulk of the work is completed prior to the final confirmation of campers. 

At-camp adult volunteers are required to be registered Girl Scouts, have completed Girl Scout adult volunteer training - GS 101, Volunteer Essentials, Troop Safety, and have completed a council background check no earlier that two years prior to serving at camp. GS membership is purchased directly from Girl Scouts. There is a link on this site. The GS background check is triggered by the registration. Please contact the Wil-Lo-Linn registrar if background check request in not received within 48 hours of registration through council. GS online training can be accessed through links posted on our registration web page.

We need a set of volunteers to stay Thursday night for Campfire and Overnight.  Please consider staying if your camper is staying. Requirements are the same as an "at-camp" volunteer above.

Adult Volunteer training consists of the following:

  1.  Completing online GS 101, Volunteer Essentials, Troop Safety - all on the GSOSW website under Volunteer Training.
  2. Reviewing the Camp Wil-Lo-Linn Volunteer Essentials, Emergency Procedures, and Cooking Essentials located on this website.
  3. Completing the mandatory onsite training see Volunteer Section for date/time.
  4. Volunteer details and links are in the Volunteer Section of this website.