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About Summer Camp

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 unforgettable ways. You will be amazed at the confidence you bring home!

At Girl Scouts of Western Washington Summer 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 provide inclusivity training to all camp staff prior to the start of camp. 



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Staff-Facilitated Summer Camp

Camp River Ranch

Camp River Ranch

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, leadership development, outdoor skills, rock climbing, 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.

Explore River Ranch camp sessions when we release our Camp Guide in January 2022!
Camp Robbinswold

Camp Robbinswold

Located on the Hood Canal, Camp Robbinswold has 570 acres, including a mile of saltwater beachfront, six miles of trails, and a freshwater lake.

Campers can participate in swimming, nature programs, arts and crafts, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, campfires, cookouts, hiking, and sleeping under the stars. Plus, campers in grades 4 and above go on an overnight on our upper property or site along the Hood Canal.

Campers stay in open-air cabins or platform tents with up to five other girls.

Explore Robbinswold camp sessions when we release our Camp Guide in January 2022!


Volunteer-Led Community Camps

There are 43 volunteer-run community camps serving Girl Scouts in Western Washington. From overnight camps to day and twilight camps, there is something for everyone.

Learn more about volunteer-led camps here. 
Overnight Camp Accommodations

Camp River Ranch

Lodging at River Ranch includes rustic cabins and covered wagons with nearby flush toilets and showers, as well as enclosed houses with indoor plumbing. Camp counselors are housed in nearby cabins within each unit.

Campers enjoy family-style meals in the lodge and participate in Song Corner at the end of meals. Our kitchen team can accommodate many dietary needs, including dairy-free, gluten-free and vegetarian/vegan.


Camp Robbinswold

Campers stay in open-air cabins or platform tents with up to five other Girl Scouts. Nearby there's a covered area for cookouts, running water, and pit toilets, so everything you want is close by. Open-air cabins make campers feel close to nature while knowing they're protected from the elements. In case you're wondering but afraid to ask, the answer is: Yes! All the bunk beds will include a mattress for cozy nights.

All meals are served family-style. Campers sit with other camper groups so they can make friends and hear about other's experiences at camp. Our skilled kitchen staff prepares healthy meals with multiple options to choose from. Our cooks are experienced at accommodating special dietary needs!

Volunteer-Led Community Camps

There are eight volunteer-led overnight camps in Western Washington. Each has unique activities and accommodations. Check out the full list of volunteer-led camps here. 

Here are some of our awesome summer camp activities and where they're available!
Check out all activities and sessions available this year in our Summer Camp Guide, coming in January 2022!


  • Camp River Ranch

Swimming & Boating

  • Camp River Ranch
  • Camp Robbinswold

Hiking & Climbing

  • Camp River Ranch
  • Camp Robbinswold (Hiking Only)


  • Camp Robbinswold
  • Camp River Ranch


  • Camp River Ranch
  • Camp Robbinswold


  • Camp River Ranch
  • Camp Robbinswold

Outdoor Skills

  • All our camps!

High Adventure 

  • Camp River Ranch
How to Use the Summer Camp Guide

This is an interactive guide!

Click on the guide to open it in full-screen mode.

Tap or click on the green buttons and links to start your camp adventure! Swipe or click on the arrows to continue to the next page.

Download a copy of the guide by clicking on the download button on the lower right-hand side of the guide when in full-screen mode.


Check out all the activities you can do at camp and the corresponding camp locations.


Find the dates and locations that work for your family.


Find camp programs based on your camper's fall 2022 grade level.


Write down the session numbers, dates, and program name of your chosen camp sessions. Once you have made your selection, you are ready to register!

Paying for Camp
Check out our 2022 Summer Camp Frequently Asked Questions for current information on paying for camp, financial assistance, and camp scholarships.

Previously GSWW introduced a tiered pricing model for summer camp. In 2020, GSWW evaluated the camp pricing structure to ensure camp fees covered program expenses and were competitive to market. While tiered pricing allowed flexibility, it also created confusion for our program participants and was very difficult to plan and budget towards. As we continue to recover from COVID-19 financial impacts, a uniform pricing helps reduce financial risk and simplifies the fee structure. As always, we will continue to provide financial assistance with the generous support of our community, and pursue grants and partnerships that help reduce camp program fees.

How to Register for Camp
Returning Customers - How To Register for Camp
New Customers - How to Register for Camp
  1. View camp session dates, rates, and up-to-the-minute availability before creating an account or registering.
  2. Follow the prompts in the How To Register guides to complete a Camper Application for each camper you would like to enroll. 
  3. Pay a $25 deposit for each program you are registering for in order to hold your camper's spot. Please note, new customers must complete the entire Camper Application and have their deposit payment processed successfully in order for their account profile to be saved. If you abandon the Camper Application and it times out, your profile information will not be saved. 
  4. If your camp session is full, you will be placed on a wait-list and not charged a deposit. When a spot opens up, you will be contacted by the registration department to complete enrollment.
  5. Once you have registered, you can log back into your Camp InTouch account and select "Forms and Documents" to complete the necessary forms for your camper. 
  6. Your camper's forms and final payment are due by Thursday, June 2, 2022.
Please review our 2022 Summer Camp Frequently Asked Questions for additional information.

Contact our customer care team at 1-800-541-9852 for additional assistance! 


Open Houses: When Can I Visit Camp?

Camp Robbinswold Open House: Saturday, June 25 from 1:00-3:00 PM. Come take a tour of camp, and meet our staff! 

Camp River Ranch Open House: Sunday, April 24 from 2:00-5:00 PM. Come visit Camp River Ranch in person for self-led walking tours of camp. Pop in for 5 minutes or stay the full 3 hours to check out the property, meet the camp director, and ask any question you have about Camp River Ranch’s summer resident program. Everyone is welcome, whether you have registered for summer camp already 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!


Seasonal Camp Jobs

Are you interested in working at Camp Robbinswold or Camp River Ranch? Check out our available job openings.



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