Check out all the activities you can do at camp and the corresponding camp locations.
Our staff facilitated camps operate at the 3 locations listed below. We also have wonderful volunteer-led camps that operate at some of our other camp locations.
Camp River Ranch
Located in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, Camp River Ranch spreads across 435 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, gardening, and horseback riding 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.
Camp River Ranch offers both day and overnight camp options!
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.
Camp St. Albans
Camp St. Albans surrounds beautiful Lake Devereaux on over 300 wooded acres with over five miles of horse trails. It is a rustic camp where girls reconnect with nature and their peers.
At this camp, we have a variety of activities to choose from, including swimming, boating, arts and crafts, nature exploration, outdoor skill-building, archery, campfires, cookouts, and singing songs.
Camp St. Albans is home to one-of-a-kind Viking Boats. Campers have the opportunity to practice teamwork on these unique boats while exploring the 115-acre Lake Devereaux.
Camp Klahanee is a girl-led, volunteer-driven, and staff-supported summer day camp for campers grades 1-12! Nestled between ocean and forest on the southern Olympic Peninsula, campers learn outdoor skills, play games, explore nature, make crafts, and experience the magic of camp. Check back soon for updates on Camp Klahanee 2020!
Please note Camp Klahanee has a different registration method than our other camps.
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.