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The crackling sound of the first fire you built by hand. The feeling of the waves against your kayak. How will your summer be unforgettable?
At Girl Scout Camp, you are the main character in your own adventure. From archery to boating, marine biology to backpacking, come challenge your limits in the great outdoors. You will be amazed at the confidence you bring home!
We offer two types of overnight camp experiences:
At Girl Scouts of Western Washington Overnight Camps, we strive to create an inclusive and supportive environment for our campers and our employees, regardless of birth gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, cultural heritage, ability, economic status, or family dynamics. We strive to hire staff who reflect the diversity of our camper community, and we provide inclusivity training to all camp staff prior to the start of camp.
Located in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, Camp River Ranch spreads across 486 diverse acres with miles of trails to explore.
Swimming, canoeing, and kayaking on Lake Langlois, archery, arts and crafts, nature exploration, outdoor skills, leadership development, high and low ropes challenge courses, outdoor cooking, and gardening are just a sampling of the exciting activities possible!
Lodging at River Ranch includes rustic cabins and covered wagons with nearby flush toilets and showers. Indoor lodging is limited.
Located on the Hood Canal, Camp Robbinswold spans 570 acres, including a mile of saltwater beachfront, six miles of trails, and a freshwater lake.
Campers can participate in swimming, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, nature programs, arts and crafts, campfires, cookouts, hiking, and sleeping under the stars. Plus, campers in fourth grade and above go on an overnight on our upper property or sites along the Hood Canal.
Campers stay in open-air cabins with up to five other campers.
Camp St. Albans covers over 300 wooded acres with more than five miles of trails, all surrounding beautiful Lake Devereaux.
In addition to archery, boating, campfires, and arts and crafts, campers at St. Albans can work as a team to paddle unique, multi-seat Viking boats; explore the interactive music wall and arboretum of native plants; and delight in the whimsical gnome villages around camp.
Accommodations include open-air cabins, platform tents, hammock camping, and limited indoor lodging.
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Financial Assistance camp grants are available to help with the cost of camp.
To apply for this grant, complete the annual Financial Assistance eligibility process and register your camper for camp.
When you register, you will have to pay a $25 camp deposit which is not covered by Financial Assistance and must be paid at the time of registration. If your Camp Grant is approved, you will receive an email confirmation and it will be applied to the camp session that you choose.
If your camper joined a waitlist, you must still complete the Financial Assistance application process to get pre-approved for Financial Assistance. You must submit your Financial Assistance application at least three weeks prior to the start of your camper’s waitlisted session so we have time to process your request. If a spot becomes available for your camper, you will be contacted by someone on the camp registration team. You will need to let them know that you have been approved for Financial Assistance and would like your grant applied towards the cost of your camp session.
For more information about Camp Grants and the Financial Assistance Program, please visit our Financial Assistance page.
Please review our Summer Camp Frequently Asked Questions for additional information.
Contact customer care at 1-800-541-9852 for additional assistance!
Join us at one of our overnight community camps, hosted by local Girl Scout volunteers, for an overnight camp experience at Camp Lyle McLeod, Camp Towhee, or Panhandle 4-H Camp.
Come visit camp in person for self-led walking tours of camp. Pop in for 5 minutes or stay the full time to check out the property, meet the camp director, and ask any questions you have about the summer resident program. Everyone is welcome, whether you have already registered for summer camp or are just curious about what camp has to offer. Bring the whole family along with your mask (for visiting inside buildings), walking shoes, and water bottle!