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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. What was unforgettable about your childhood summers? At Girl Scout Camp, your camper will be the main character in their own adventure. From archery to horseback riding, marine biology to backpacking, campers challenge their limits in unforgettable ways. You will be amazed at the confidence your camper brings home! 

2020 Camp Guide Coming Soon!

How To Register for Camp:
  1. Explore camp sessions to view availability.
  2. Enter the dates, tiered price and program name of your camp session.*
  3. Create or sign in to your CampInTouch account and fill out the camper application to register your camper.
    New to CampInTouch? Here’s a guide for how new users can sign up and get started.
    Already have a CampInTouch account? Here’s a guide for returning CampInTouch Users. Log in and get started.
  4. Pay a $25 deposit.
  5. Complete any forms and documents.
  6. Full payment is due by May 21, 2019, and financial assistance is available.

*If the camp session you were looking for is full, check out the other camps that are available during that time!


Explore Camp Sessions

Know what camp session you want to sign up for already?  Create a CampInTouch account to select and register for your session!


Already have a CampInTouch account? 
Log in to your CampInTouch account to manage forms, update your information, and more.


Frequently Asked Questions

Does my girl need to be a Girl Scout?

Our camps are for all girls—you don’t need any previous Girl Scout experience to sign up! However, all campers do need to possess a current Girl Scout Membership to attend camp.

What does membership include? 
Membership comes with lots of perks, including the opportunity to take part in Girl Scout experiences and events throughout the year! On average, when girls participate in Girl Scouts, they get:

  • 8 new friends 
  • 100 hours of adventure and discovery 
  • 2,000 confidence-building minutes 
  • 360,000 seconds of fun and feeling great about herself! 

Financial assistance is available to help cover the cost of both the camp session and the Girl Scout membership fee.

Other Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know if my camper is ready for camp? Where do I find packing lists and general information about camp? Will my camper be with her buddies she signed up with?

As you prepare your girl (and yourself!) for camp, many questions can come up! That’s why we’ve created a comprehensive guide to all frequently asked questions regarding camp.


Paying for Camp

We believe that every girl, regardless of financial circumstances, should have the opportunity to experience camp. Learn more about the cost of camp, tiered pricing, financial assistance, and other ways to fund your camper’s adventure:


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!

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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.

Financial Assistance

NEW! Get Pre-Approved for Financial Assistance!

Girl Scouts supports every girl, regardless of their financial situation. Getting pre-approved for Financial Assistance now takes the stress out of requesting a Camp Grant as we no longer require customers to register for camp prior to applying for Financial Assistance. You can now register for camp at any time and still be eligible to have your Camp Grant applied by getting pre-approved for Financial Assistance!


Our qualification guidelines are the same as the federal school lunch program. If your family qualifies for free or reduced-price school lunch, your family will qualify for financial assistance from Girl Scouts of Western Washington.

What camps qualify?

All Girl Scouts of Western Washington, Day and Overnight Camps qualify as well as Volunteer-Led Day, Twilight and Overnight Camps. Browse our 2019 Camp Sessions in the Camp Guide.

Camp Grant Process

Starting November 1, the Camp Registration team will automatically apply your pre-approved Camp Grant to any one camp session balance within 5-7 business days after you complete your camp registration. Campers must be pre-approved for Financial Assistance at least three weeks prior to the start of their camp session in order to have their Camp Grant applied.

Please note that your $25 camp deposit is not covered by your Camp Grant and must be paid during camp registration. Deposits are non-transferable and non-refundable. The maximum award for a Camp Grant is $600. Any remaining balance after the Camp Grant is applied must be paid by Tuesday, May 21, 2019 to avoid cancellation. If your camper joined a wait list, you must still complete the process to get pre-approved for Financial Assistance at least three weeks prior to the start of your camper’s wait-listed session. When a spot becomes available for your camper, you will be contacted to pay your $25 deposit and your Camp Grant will be automatically applied towards any one camp session for your camper.

For more details or to submit a Camp Grant request, please visit the main Financial Assistance page.


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