What is Tiered Pricing?
To keep camp affordable, we use a voluntary tiered pricing
structure. You may choose the pricing option that works best for your
family. All campers have the same experience regardless of which price
you choose to pay. Tier prices differ by $75 for Overnight Camp and
$25 for Day Camp.
Tier A: The full rate for each camper to attend camp.
Tier B: A partially-subsidized rate, for families who can pay a
little more, but not the full cost of camp.
Tier C: The fully subsidized rate for camp which is made
available for members through fundraising, special events, and the
hard work of Girl Scouts during the Girl Scout Cookie Sale. If
applying for Financial Assistance, please select Tier C.
Each camp program has pricing for all three tiers. Check
out the camp programs available this summer and choose the tier
that is best for you and your family.
Cookie Dough Rewards
Did your camper earn Cookie Dough through the Girl Scout Cookie
Program? If you would like to use Cookie Dough to pay for camp but
are waiting for your card to be reloaded or mailed to you in May, we
advise registering for camp early and paying your $25 deposit with
another payment method in order to hold your camper’s spot. Once your
Cookie Dough Reward Card arrives or is re-loaded in May, you can then
use it to pay your remaining balance. Camp spots fill quickly! Be sure
to secure your spot early!
For more information, visit www.GirlScoutsWW.org/cookies-and-more
Balances are due by May 21, 2019
After this date, camp accounts with a balance are subject to have
their camp registration canceled due to non-payment and will not
receive a refund. Customers who register for camp after May 21, 2019,
must pay their full balance during registration unless they have been
pre-approved for Financial Assistance, at which point only the $25
deposit must be paid during registration.