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Table of contents Start Making Memories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 03 Meet the Camp Directors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 04 How to Register. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 06 Open Houses @ Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 06 General Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 07 Paying for Camp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09 Info Packets & Forms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Tast of Camp Carnival. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Camp Maripai. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Shadow Rim. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Willow Springs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Weekend Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Leadership Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Camp Planner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

for more information and to register online visit girlscoutsaz.org/summer-camp for assistance call 602.452.7030 or email reghelp@girlscoutsaz.org

start making memories summ er c am p m emo ri e s are th e b e st m emo ri e s ! Welcome to the magical world of summer camp at Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council. Camp is a place where girls can create memories, make new discoveries, develop lifelong friendships and learn new skills. We strive to make camp a place where girls can become the best they can be, learn to care for and protect the environment and feel a part of the camp community. At camp, girls are empowered to step outside their comfort zone, take risks and grow as leaders. All the programs and sessions offered through our camps are designed to fulfill Girl Scout Leadership Experience outcomes while challenging girls to do new and exciting activities – some of which are only offered at camp. Girl Scout camp is very affordable and a great value for girls and their families. Whether your camper is new or a seasoned camp veteran, there is a program for her. Please take time to explore which camp is right for your camper. Curious about what happens at summer camp? Check out our Summer Camp Diary video at http:// youtu.be/Ss3lVdsBqiw Registration begins February 4. Registration is available online, via fax, via mail or walk in. Visit www.girlscoutsaz.org/summer-camp for more information. You’ll find tips for first time campers, answers to frequent parent questions and just what our counselors wish parents knew about camp! If you still need more information, just give us a call at 602.452.7000 or send us an email at camp@girlscoutsaz.org – we look forward to hearing from you!

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willow springs

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Willow Springs Program Center is a 190-acre camp at an elevation of 6,000 feet almost completely surrounded by Prescott National Forest. The camp facilities include modern cabins, fire-pits, flushing toilets, covered program ramadas and several miles of scenic hiking trails.

Camp Maripai is located just outside of Prescott. Nestled in the pines and surrounded by peaks, the camp is at an elevation of 6,000 feet. The camp facilities include rustic cabin units, fire-pits, flushing toilets, covered program ramadas, an archery field and several scenic hiking trails.

Michelle “Juniper” Balfe-Keefer

Crystal “kitty” Kilkenny

camp director

camp director

mkeefer@girlscoutsaz.org 928.778.5127

ckilkenny@girlscoutsaz.org 928.445.4975

Juniper has been working with youth and families for the past 17 years. She holds a B.A. in Outdoor Recreation and M.S. in Recreation Administration-Outdoor Pursuits. She has experience coordinating and delivering environmental education, camp and recreation programs. She grew up in the desert of Eastern Washington where she discovered her love for the natural world and outdoor play.

Kitty has been working at Camp Maripai since 2003. Starting as a counselor, Kitty worked her way up the ranks as unit leader, program director, and assistant director. Kitty grew up hiking and camping all over Arizona. She learned about summer camp while attending Glendale Community College for Elementary Education, and has been in love ever since! Kitty loves working with kids (and horses) and loves helping girls grow into strong leaders.

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Counselors & Staff

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Shadow Rim Ranch is a 40-acre camp situated along the beautiful Mogollon Rim at an elevation of 5,500 feet. The camp features cabin units, covered program ramadas, a “pake” (too big to be a pond, too small to be a lake), and a climbing tower.

Camp Directors recruit and screen mature, qualified staff who have a desire to share their enthusiasm for camping, the outdoors, and arts with girls. We also hire staff from other countries to give your camper the chance to broaden her understanding of other cultures. All camp staff participates in an intensive pre-camp training which includes program, first aid, CPR, camping, relationship skills and drug testing. Specially qualified staffers direct the water activities, archery, challenge course, rock climbing and horseback riding areas. Do you know someone who would like to live and work in the cool pines this summer? We are currently hiring for all positions including Nurses, Cooks, Kitchen Staff, Counselors and Program Specialists. Staff must be 18 or have graduated from high school.

Justina “ooops!” burks camp director

jburks@girlscoutsaz.org 928.474.2438

Ooops! is the product of a strong and supportive Girl Scout community in her foreign and native land of Southern California. Growing up in Girl Scout programs, she understands that quality scouting and camp experiences contribute to growth, development, and sense of self. Wanting to share and create these experiences has been the motivating force for her involvement with youth-serving organizations for the past 15 years.

ACA camp Accredited All of our resident camps are accredited by the American Camp Association and meet safety standards set forth by Girl Scouts of the USA, and the Arizona Department of Health Services.

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how to register »» Registration begins February 4, 2014 @ 8:00 am. »» Registration is FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE. »» Early Bird registration will be available for returning campers. Early bird applies to resident camp only. Troop and Family camp registration will open on February 4, 2014.

online registration - it’s new! This year we are excited to announce that we are using a new Summer Camp Registration system. In this system you will be able to register, complete your forms and make payments all in one place! Online registration is the fastest and most accurate way to register. To register online, visit www.girlscoutsaz.org/summer-camp and click on register now! Paper registrations received prior to the start of the registration period will be registered randomly starting at 8:00 am on February 4. Registrations are accepted via online, mail, fax and walk-in. Phone registrations will not be accepted. If you don’t have computer access, online registration terminals are available at the Council office. For assistance, our registration help desk is open from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday and can be reached at 602.452.7030 or at reghelp@girlscoutsaz.org.

open houses @ camp You are invited to visit and get familiar with Girl Scout staff and camp facilities. Families can tour the lodges, visit activity areas and see a cabin unit. Visitors are not allowed at camp during the camping season, so please take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about the camps and meet the staff!

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Willow Springs 775 N Camp Willow Springs Rd Prescott, AZ 86305 928.778.5127

Camp Maripai 201 E Maripai Rd Prescott, AZ 86303 928.445.4975

Shadow Rim Ranch 530 N Shadow Rim Rd Payson, AZ 85541 928.474.2438

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10 am – 1 pm 12 pm – 4 pm

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general information Not a Girl Scout? Not a Problem!

Simply include an additional $15 with your deposit to become a Girl Scout.

buddies @ camp

Girl Scout camp is a wonderful way to meet new people. A camper may request ONE “buddy” on her camp registration form. Both campers must register for the same program or session. Buddies can be requested when completing the on-line registration process. Make sure you and your child’s buddy and her parents are planning this together. Bunk buddy placement is not guaranteed. Unfortunately, large groups and multiple buddy requests CANNOT be accommodated.

Health and Safety

Our camps meet stringent national standards. The main gate is locked nightly at each camp, and local law enforcement agencies are notified of our camp sessions. A health supervisor (RN, EMT or ARC Certified First Aider) is on duty at all times during the camp sessions to supervise the health and safety of all campers and to dispense all prescribed medications.

Nurses Needed

One of the most important and critical jobs to fill at camps is the Health Supervisor which requires highly specialized training. Because it has become increasingly difficult to find nurses who can live and work the full summer at our camps, we are now looking for several individuals who would “job share” these very important positions at camp. Camp-age campers of the health supervisor can attend our sessions at a reduced fee. To be eligible you need to be a registered nurse, EMT or paramedic (licensed in Arizona) who would consider living and working at camp for at least one full week (Sunday morning through Friday night). For more information, please contact a camp director.

Girls with Special Needs (including special diets)

Please contact the Camp Director for campers requiring special diets (including severe food allergies), special health care or with mobility limitations. At that time, you will be able to discuss the nature of your camper’s needs and gather additional information to determine if the camp can provide the proper support, supervision and necessary accommodations for your camper to have a safe, fulfilling camp experience. To be successful at camp, your camper needs to be independent in showering, dressing, using the restroom and be able to manage in an 8:1 camper to staff ratio. We are dedicated to serving ALL girls in our council and accommodations can be made in many cases. Please contact the camp director for more information prior to registering.

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general information Transportation to Camp

Campers have two transportation options for resident camp:

1. Parents may drive their campers to and from camp. 2. Register for bus transportation from the Phoenix metropolitan area.

We recommend the busing option. This gives girls an opportunity to meet other girls before they arrive at camp. It also reduces the wear and tear on the camp’s natural environment. Buses are equipped with air-conditioning, bathrooms, and are supervised. The bus fee for resident camp is $60. Bus fee is non-refundable if cancelled less than 10 days before the start of camp. (One way is not available.) Bus locations can be found online. The transportation permission form is required to ride the bus – the form is available online. Your camper can ride the bus for free! All you have to do is be a bus chaperone! Call 602.452.7000 or email campbus@girlscoutsaz.org.

Email

One way email, from you to your camper, is available through “Bunk Notes.” There is a nonrefundable fee associated with Bunk Notes. Although we try our best to ensure Bunk Notes are delivered daily, we cannot guarantee delivery due to the intermittent nature of internet service at Camp.

Bunk Replies will be available for campers to electronically respond to family! Bunk Replies are purchased with Bunk Notes. Campers write their message on the Bunk Replies, the camp faxes the Bunk Replies to Bunk 1, and then Bunk 1 will email the Bunk Replies to the designated email addresses.

Cell Phones @ Camp

Cell phones are NOT allowed during any of our camp sessions. The complete policy is available online.

Blogs

Each camp posts a weekly blog to help parents stay connected and see what’s happening at camp. Blogs may contain pictures and stories, but we cannot guarantee pictures or stories about every child. The blogs are a way to keep parents informed of weather and exciting activities that occur at camp. » http://shadowrimranch.blogspot.com » http://campmaripai.blogspot.com » http://campwillowsprings.blogspot.com

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paying for camp Deposits

A non-refundable $30 deposit per session is required at time of registration. Family and troop camp registration must include a $30 per person deposit. The deposit is applied to the cost of the session.

Refunds, Cancellations & Changes

Cancellations received in writing up to 10 days before the start of a session will be refunded, less the $30 deposit. Bus fees are refundable up to 10 days before the start of a session. Requests for refunds will only be considered until August 31, 2014. Non-refundable camp fees are not transferable to other campers. Refunds will not be given for no-shows. If you need to change the session for which your camper is registered, you will have a grace period of five business days after the registration date at no cost. Any changes after that are subject to a $30 change fee which will be added to the balance on the account. If a camper must leave camp early due to illness, injury or a death in the family, the camp fee minus the deposit will be prorated and refunded. Camp fees will not be refunded if a camper leaves a session due to homesickness or misconduct.

Payment of Balance

The balance of the camp fee is due on the Monday two weeks before the start of the session. You will receive an invoice with your confirmation materials as well as an email reminder three weeks before your payment due date. Cancellation will occur if payment is not received two weeks prior to the start of camp.

Financial Assistance – Camperships

GSACPC makes every effort to provide financial assistance so that no girl misses out on the opportunity to attend camp. Financial assistance ranges from a portion to the total camp fee, minus the deposit. The form is available online and camp registration must be complete prior to applying. Notification regarding financial assistance will be sent via a separate email from the confirmation packet. Please allow six weeks for processing.

Cookie Dough/Program credits

Cookie Dough/Program Credits can be earned by girls for selling Girl Scout cookies. The more cookies a girl sells, the more Cookie Dough/Program Credits she can earn. It can then be used to pay for any or all of your summer camp balance. Girls receive the certificates for Cookie Dough/Program Credits after the Cookie Program is complete. Cookie Dough/ Program Credits can also be used in the Trading Post at all camps.

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info packets & forms Invoice/Parent Info Packet

Invoices and parent packets are sent via email, unless requested otherwise. Watch your inbox for your camper’s confirmation, it often gets sent to junk mail. Parent packets will also be available online.

Camper Forms

Camper forms are required to attend camp. Forms must be mailed at least three weeks in advance of session. Forms will be sent in the Parent Info Packet. Below is a list of forms to be returned by mail:

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Camper Information Form Participant Agreement (Equine or Challenge Course/Climbing Tower) Parent Permission Slip Health History Camper Behavior Agreement Trading Post Account Form

taste of camp carnival March 22

10 am – 2 PM

Camp Sombrero

$2 youth fee, adults and children under 4 are FREE!

What is summer camp all about? This is your chance to come out and enjoy a day of fun-filled camp adventures! Do you have burning questions about summer camp, the facilities, health or dining hall procedures? View all camps by slide show and speak directly with the camp directors and staff. Enter a drawing for a free camp session, make a science experiment, enjoy team games, sing songs, shoot arrows, register for camp, purchase camp merchandise, Girl Scout merchandise and a lot more!

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No registration necessary, pay on site – drop in any time. If your Girl Scout brings a non-Girl Scout friend they both get in FREE!

Camp Maripai overn i g ht cam p • p re scot t, arizo na

Camp Maripai is an 80-acre camp situated at an elevation of 6,000 feet and bordered by the Prescott National Forest. The mountainous terrain is full of boulder fields, pine and deciduous trees. Groom Creek divides the camp. There are several short hikes and nature trails throughout the property. The camp facilities include rustic cabin units, fire-pits, flushing toilets, covered program ramadas, an archery field and several scenic hiking trails. Camp counselors are housed in nearby cabins within each unit. Please Note: All riding lessons are taught in groups and include one hour of ground lesson and one hour of riding time,

weather permitting, unless otherwise specified. Girls will be divided into rings based on their riding skills and abilities, as evaluated by our riding staff. For the comfort and safety of the horse and rider, weight limitations are in effect, persons over 260 lbs cannot be accommodated. All pre-requisites are at the discretion of the riding staff. Archery is offered to girls who are 9 years old and older. 11

Camp Chemist GRADES 2-3

6 day | $300 | week 4 or 7

Discover science all around you! Girls participate in activities that help them find where science has been hiding right here at camp! Make your own salad dressing, build a mini rocket, and visit the barn for one horseback riding lesson. You’ll also sample other camp activities like arts & crafts and outdoor cooking!

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Focus: STEM Award: “Home Scientist” Skill

Building Badge

Pony Tails GRADES 2-3

4 day | $245 | week 1, 8 or 9

Experience horse camp for the first time! Learn how to lead, mount, dismount, and control your horse at a walk. Participate in two riding lessons and work on Maripai’s Horse Patch Program. Plus, try other camp activities like games, hiking, arts & crafts, and a cookout.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Work on Maripai’s Horse

Patch Program

Girl Scout Pioneers

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GRADES 2-3

6 day | $355 | week 5 or 6

Take a step back in time and find out what traditional Girl Scouting entails. Make butter the same way pioneers did, tie-dye, cook a meal outdoors, make a “SitUpon”, and sleep out under the stars one night (weather permitting). Girls will also participate in two horse riding and ground lessons.

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Maripai Madness

Splash Camp

GRADES 2-3

GRADES 2-3

4 day | $220 | week 1 or 8

6 day | $300 | week 6

Discover what camp is all about! Try camp activities including crafts, games, nature, hiking, singing, a cookout, and one horseback riding lesson all while earning the “Hiker” Skill Building Badge. Perfect for a first overnight camp experience away from home.

We’re not on the beach and there isn’t a pool, but you’re sure to get wet and you’re sure to stay cool! Have a water fight in the field, go on a creek walk, make a rainbow, and work on a take action project to teach other campers about saving water! Participate in one horseback riding lesson.

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Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: “Brownie Girl Scout Way” Badge and work on Maripai’s Horse Patch Program

Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: “Hiker” Skill Building Badge

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Focus: STEM Award: Work on the “WOW” Journey

Camping Bits & Pieces GRADES 4-5

Cowgirl Up GRADES 4-5

4 day | $220 | week 1 or 8

4 day | $245 | week 1, 8 or 9

This session is perfect for your first overnight camp experience away from home. Enjoy a sample of activities including crafts, hiking, archery, nature exploration, cookout, and one horseback riding lesson. Earn your “Camper” Skill Building Badge.

Try out camp and our horse program. You’ll have two riding lessons, learn about horse care and basic riding skills. There’s plenty of opportunity to sample other fun camp activities like crafts, archery, and cookouts.

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Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: “Camper” Skill Building Badge

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Work on Maripai’s Horse

Patch Program

Horsin' Around GRADES 4-5

6 day | $355 | week 2, 5, 6 or 7

Want to learn all about horses? This session includes games that focus on horses and four group riding lessons that teach basic skills. This session is for new and beginner riders, but based on readiness and comfort level, you may take a trail ride!

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Work on Maripai’s Horse Patch Program

Junior Adventurer GRADES 4-5

Map a course and take a journey! Put your navigational skills to the test by finding your way around camp. Learn how to read a map, navigate by the stars and try your hand at geocaching. Build a shelter and spend a night in it. You will also have time for one riding lesson, plus archery, and canoeing!

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Focus: STEM Award: “Geocacher” Skill Building Badge

Junior Equestrian GRADES 4-5

13 day | $685 | week 3

Have you already mastered the ability to mount, dismount, and control a horse at a walk? Participate in eight riding lessons to improve your riding skills and enjoy two or three trail rides. Learn how to care for horses and understand their body language.

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8 day | $400 | week 3

Focus: Healthy Living Award: Work on Maripai’s Horse

Patch Program

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Just Around the River Bend GRADES 4-5

6 day | $300 | week 6

Learn canoeing at Goldwater Lake. Enjoy four canoeing lessons and learn how to control a canoe, safety and rules of the water. You’ll also have time for archery, arts & crafts, and one horseback riding lesson!

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Work on Maripai’s Canoeing Patch Program

Outdoor Explorer GRADES 4-5

6 day | $300 | week 4 or 5

Try everything that Maripai has to offer including one horseback riding lesson, hiking, canoeing, archery, arts & crafts, and more! Learn how to camp without leaving a trace, take part in Maripai’s compost and garden, go on a nature hike, have a cookout, and sleep under the stars.

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Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: “Camper” Skill Building Badge

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Prescott Playground

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GRADES 4-5

6 day | $325 | week 5

Go camping AND take a trip into town! Girls will visit the Sharlot Hall Museum, The Highland Center for Natural History, and Heritage Park Zoo to learn about Prescott’s history and get up-close to local wildlife. There will be time for archery, and one riding lesson back at camp!

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Focus: Global Citizenship Award: Work on the Animal Habitats and Junior Girl Scout Way Badges

Run, Shoot, Ride! GRADES 4-5

8 day | $400 | week 3

Burn off that energy and get camp MOVING! Improve your shooting skills with several archery lessons, pack an energizing lunch for a half-day hike out of camp, make crafts out of recycled items, interview an energy expert, and plan a dance party for the whole camp! You’ll also have one horseback riding lesson.

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Focus: STEM Award: Work on the “Get Moving” Journey

Star Light, Star Bright GRADES 4-5

6 day | $300 | week 4 or 6

Every star has a story; explore the night skies at Maripai, learn the stories of the constellations and make some of your own. Follow the moon, learn how to use a telescope, and navigate by the stars. Take a night hike, or watch a midnight movie on the field! Participate in one horseback riding lesson.

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Focus: STEM Award: Work on Camp Maripai’s Astronomy Patch

Hiker Chick GRADES 6-8

8 day | $400 | week 3

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Focus: Financial Literacy Award: “Trailblazing” Skill Builder

Badge

Hold the Reins GRADES 6-8

4 day | $245 | week 1 or 8

New to camp? Want to learn about horses? This session is perfect for the older Girl Scout who wants to experience all that camp has to offer. You’ll enjoy two riding lessons, learn about horse care and basic riding skills. Plus, sample other camp activities like crafts, archery, and cookouts.

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Take an Adventure! Hit the trails in and out of camp. Learn how to plan for an overnight camping trip, make a shopping list and head into town for supplies. Hike out of camp for an overnight at Wolf Creek campground. Learn how to use a GPS, map a course, and cook outdoors. You’ll still have time for one horse riding lesson.

Focus: Healthy Living Award: Work on Maripai’s Horse

Patch Program

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Hoofbeats GRADES 6-8

13 day | $685 | week 3

Designed for intermediate riders, this experience is a 13-day session to learn what it takes to own a horse. Riders must be able to mount, dismount and control a horse at a walk and trot. Improve riding skills and participate in seven riding lessons and one bareback lesson. Don’t forget about canoeing and archery in your free time!

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Work on Maripai’s Horse

Patch Program

Midnight Madness GRADES 6-8

6 day | $300 | week 2, 5 or 7

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Want to stay up late and sleep the morning away? Experience a whole new Maripai when the sun goes down. Use your telescopes to explore the Milky Way or find Saturn! Play flashlight tag, take a night hike, or make a midnight snack to go with a movie. Plus, you’ll still have time for archery, canoeing, and one riding lesson.

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Saddle Up GRADES 6-8

6 day | $355 | week 2, 5, 6 or 7

Paddle to Shore GRADES 6-8

6 day | $300 | week 7

Get your feet wet! Learn about maneuvering a canoe, swamping, and canoe games. Build your canoeing skills with four lessons at Goldwater Lake. Back at camp, enjoy archery, arts & crafts, and one horseback riding lesson!

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Focus: STEM Award: Work on Camp Maripai’s Astronomy Patch

Focus: Healthy Living Award: Work on Maripai’s Canoeing

Patch Program

Whether you are new to horses or continuing on through our equestrian programs, this session is for you. Participate in four riding lessons to learn the basics or continue to improve your technique. Take a trail ride, plus enjoy other camp activities like hiking and archery.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Work on Maripai’s Horse

Patch Program

Saddles & Paddles GRADES 6-8

13 day | $550 | week 3

This adventure will have you riding horses and paddling canoes. Take part in two riding lessons, go on a trail ride, visit the lake to perfect your canoeing skills and then enjoy a floating lunch! Back at camp you’ll participate in archery, outdoor cooking, and stargazing.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Work on Maripai’s Horse and Canoeing Patch Programs

There's Fun in the Air GRADES 6-8

6 day | $300 | week 6

From the fresh scent of the pines to the herbs in our garden, Maripai is the perfect place to indulge in the senses and waft your way through activities from the “Breathe” Journey! Take a scent hike, make your own lotion, help in the herb garden and more! Participate in archery, canoeing, and one horse riding lesson.

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Focus: STEM Award: L.I.A. award and work on the

“Breathe” Journey

Back in the Saddle GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

Already know the basics of western riding and want to learn more? Girls must be able to mount, dismount, and control their horse at a walk. Participate in four riding lessons; practice controlling your horse, improve your riding skills, and hit the trail. You’ll still have time for archery, canoeing, and more!

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Work on Maripai’s Horse

Patch Program

Boots & Boats

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6 day | $355 | week 6

GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

13 day | $550 | week 3

This adventure will have you riding horses and paddling canoes! Practice your riding in two riding lessons then head out onto the trails. Go to the lake, perfect your canoeing skills and take a canoeing trip! Back at camp you’ll still have time for archery, sports, games, and star-gazing.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Work on Maripai’s Horse and Canoeing Patch Programs

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Trailblazers GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

13 day | $685 | week 3

Practice your balance with bareback riding, explore the trails around camp, head out for a half day trail ride, and create a performance on horseback for the entire camp! You’ll spend more than 13 hours on horseback (weather permitting), plus take part in activities on the ground that will help you care for and build relationships with horses. Intermediate and advanced riders only, who must be able to lead, groom, mount, dismount, and control a horse at a walk and trot with a balanced seat.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Work on Maripai’s Horse Patch Program

Big Sis, Li'l Sis GRADES 2-3 GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10

4 day | $220 | week 8 6 day | $290 | week 2

Natural Horsemanship GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

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6 day | $355 | week 5

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Learn how to build a relationship with a horse while interacting with it from the ground through fun games and challenges. Spend one hour at the barn each day - participate in two ground lessons, one arena lesson, and explore the forest around camp on one trail ride (with saddles).

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Work on Maripai’s Horse

Patch Program

Spend the week with the coolest person ever – YOUR SISTER! Experience camp activities including horseback riding, creek walking, archery, sleeping under the stars, arts and more! Most of the time will be spent together, but specific programming will be offered based on age levels (girls 4th grade and under will not participate in archery). Sisters or cousins of various grade levels are welcome to attend together, however, we can only accommodate pairs.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Brownie Making Games,

Junior Playing the Past, Cadette Field Day, Senior Game Visionary Skill Builder Badges *varies by grade

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overn i g ht cam p • payso n , arizo na Shadow Rim is a 40-acre camp situated along the beautiful Mogollon Rim at an elevation of 5,500 feet. Temperatures are usually 10-20 degrees cooler than lower elevations and the temperature at night can become very cool. The camp features cabin units, covered program ramadas, a “pake” (too big to be a pond, too small to be a lake), and a climbing tower. Counselors are housed in nearby cabins within each unit. Please Note: All girls will also participate in crafts, canoeing, climbing, outdoor cooking, creek walking, nature

programming, sleeping under the stars, campfires, singing, and the heritage program. Archery is offered to girls who are 9 years old and older. All activities are weather-permitting.

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Brownie Adventure

Climbers R Us

GRADES 2-3

GRADES 2-3

4 day | $220 | week 8 6 day | $300 | week 2

4 day | $220 | week 1

Hike, canoe, climb, and craft your way through camp. Explore Shadow Rim and all the fun, friendship, and laughter it holds with your Brownie buddies. There are creeks to walk and songs to sing. Join in on the adventure!

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Brownie Fair Play Badge

Work together to reach new heights! In this beginning climbing program, you will learn the basis of any group sport – teamwork. While not at the climb tower, you will support your new friends as you try other camp activities such as canoeing, creek walking and crafts.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Shadow Rim Rock Climbing

Patch and Level One Rocker

Make a Splash! GRADES 2-3

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4 day | $220 | week 1 or 8 6 day | $300 | week 6

The first level of our four-level program will have you SPLISHING and SPLASHING all week long! Canoe every day on the “Pake” (too big to be a pond, too small to be a lake) and sample the rest of camp’s exciting activities for Brownies. Bring a friend and jump on into some FUN!

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Jedi School

Art to Wear

GRADES 2-3

GRADES 4-5

6 day | $300 | week 4

6 day | $300 | week 5

The first step to becoming a Jedi Knight is being aware of your surroundings. The smells, the sights, and sounds of camp are unique in many ways. We will be paying close attention and using our senses to make the most of camp while we hike, canoe, climb and craft our way through the week.

From shirts and jewelry to hair accessories and much more – take camp fashion to a new level! Add some flair to your camp wardrobe with art you can wear. When you are not busy designing the next hot item in camp-wear, show off your style in other areas of camp, such as the Pake and the climbing tower.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Shadow Rim Canoe Patch and Level One Rocker

Focus: STEM Award: Brownie Senses Badge

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Junior Jeweler Badge

Bulls Eye GRADES 4-5

6 day | $300 | week 4

Step up to the shooting line and steady your aim! In this beginning archery program, you will spend the week gaining the tools and techniques needed to hit the bull’s eye. Around the rest of camp, hunt for fun and adventure at the Pake and the climbing tower.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Shadow Rim Level 1 Archery Patch

Blast to the Past

Climb On! GRADES 4-5

6 day | $300 | week 3

6 day | $300 | week 4 or 7

Have you ever had dreams of what it would be like to go back in time? Now is your chance! Come check out what it would be like to live in the 19th century and do things kids would have done back then! Spend your nights sleeping in a tent, spend your days making candles, playing games, and growing veggies. Plus, activities such as climbing, canoeing, and archery.

In this second level of the climbing program, you will tackle the tower daily and practice knots needed for climbing. Challenge and support your Girl Scout Junior friends and work together to make it to the top of the tower. When you are not hanging out at the tower you can paddle the Pake and take aim at archery.

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Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: Playing the Past

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Shadow Rim Climbing Patch

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Culture-fied GRADES 4-5

6 day | $300 | week 6

Get international experience at camp! Camp’s international staff members will introduce you to their cultures, customs and food during the week. The unit will be the lead of our international all-camp celebration. While having fun around camp you may learn some new words, expressions or greetings to help you become “culture-fied.”

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Focus: Global Citizenship Award: Junior Social Butterfly Badge

Get a Clue

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GRADES 4-5

GRADES 4-5

4 day | $220 | week 8

It’s a camp mystery with an ending only you and your unit can figure out. Come join our investigation team and follow the trail of clues to solve this puzzle. Enjoy all the activities that camp has to offer, but always keep your eyes and ears open so you don’t miss any clues…

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Focus: STEM Award: Junior Detective Badge

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Junior Experience

Outdoor Lover

GRADES 4-5

GRADES 4-5

4 day | $220 | week 1 or 8 6 day | $300 | week 3 or 6

6 day | $300 | week 2, 4 or 7

Experience it all! In this session you will swamp a canoe, climb to new heights, sleep out away from your cabin, become an outdoor chef, blaze the trails, take aim at the bull’s-eye, discover the past and so much more. It’s an experience to remember.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Junior Flowers Badge

Enjoy the great outdoors in the tent unit! Participate in all the camp activities available for your grade level during the day and return to your comfy tent at night. You will experience Shadow Rim’s natural environment and practice Leave No Trace Outdoor Ethics.

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Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: Junior Camper Badge

Paddle, Pole & Roll GRADES 4-5

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6 day | $300 | week 2 or 5

During the second level of this program, you will build canoeing and kayaking skills by practicing advanced strokes, swamping and playing water games at the Pake. While on dry land, you will have to opportunity to try your hand at archery, the climbing tower and more.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Shadow Rim Canoe Patch and Level 2 Rocker

Carabiner Craze

Explorer

GRADES 6-8

GRADES 6-8

6 day | $300 | week 2 or 5

6 day | $300 | week 5

Challenge yourself on the climbing tower! The third level in our climbing program will have you learning advanced climbing techniques, tying a variety of knots used for climbing and send you from the top of the wall to the bottom on a backed-up rappel.

Do it all: canoe, climb, shoot an arrow, and craft while spending quality time immersed in the great outdoors. Explore the beauty of Shadow Rim and all that it has to offer. Plan your activities and a meal or two with your new friends in your unit.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Shadow Rim Ranch Climbing

Patch and Level 3 Rocker

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Cadette Finding Common

Ground Badge

Extreme Challenge GRADES 6-8

6 day | $300 | week 3 or 7

Work together throughout the week to draw strength from challenges. In addition to traditional camp challenges of climbing, canoeing, and shooting arrows, the “extreme” parts of your week will involve mud, building shelter and a few surprises. Cap off your week with a contest that will put your new skills to the test!

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Cadette Good Sportsmanship Badge

In Tents Camping GRADES 6-8

4 day | $220 | week 1 6 day | $300 | week 6

“In tents” or “intense,” however you look at it – it will be lots of fun! Girls will participate in all the camp activities available for their grade during the day, including canoeing, arts and crafts and the climbing tower. At night, they will enjoy the comforts of tent living in our primitive unit.

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Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: Cadette Trees Badge

Kayak, Canoe & You GRADES 6-8

6 day | $300 | week 3 or 7

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Shadow Rim Canoe Patch

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Mini Trip GRADES 6-8

4 day | $275 | week 1 or 8

It’s time to hit the road for a mini-trip. This on-the-road adventure will take you to and through some of Arizona’s most beautiful locations. Some of our mini destinations could include Flagstaff, the Grand Canyon, and Monument Valley. Bring a friend or two along for the adventure.

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Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: Cadette Trailblazer Badge

Outdoor Chef Right on Target GRADES 6-8

6 day | $300 | week 4

Take your archery skills to the next level! Sharpen your shot on the recurve bows and see how a compound bow fits you. When not using your archery skills you will be testing out your paddling, climbing, and craft skills around other parts of camp with your new friends.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Shadow Rim Level 2 Archery

Patch

GRADES 6-8

6 day | $300 | week 5

Let’s get cooking camp style! Explore your culinary skills in true camp fashion. While living in our tent unit, you will plan and cook a majority of your camp meals. Dutch oven, open flame, propane stove - the possibilities will have your taste buds tingling. At the end of the week, leave with your very own camp cookbook so you can share your skills and recipes with friends and family.

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Get more than just your feet wet! You’ll spend your days out on the Pake practicing advanced canoe and kayak strokes, swamping, racing, and playing games! When it’s time to dry off, you’ll get to join in the fun around other parts of camp.

Focus: Healthy Living Award: Cadette New Cuisines Badge

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Colorado Adventure! GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

13 day | $800 | week 6

The latest and possibly the greatest of our trip and travel adventures! Grab a friend and hop on board as we take a seven day road trip through Colorado. While camping your way around the state (practicing your Leave No Trace Outdoor Ethics) you will zip line through the trees, do some elevated hiking, a full-day rock climb in the mountains, a full-day rafting trip and visit some of Colorado’s beautiful parks and points of interest.

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On Belay

Rock it Out!

GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

6 day | $350 | week 3

6 day | $450 | week 4

We’re kicking it up a notch! Not only will you practice the climbing tower, learn basic belay techniques, perform a backed up rappel, you will also take a day trip out of camp for real rock experience. You will still have time to make the rounds to the rest of camp’s activities.

We are taking your rock climbing experience to a whole new level! Hit the road with us up to Utah, where professional rock guides take us through two full days of climbing. Learn new techniques, challenge yourself, and conquer Utah. You’ll stay in local campgrounds and practice Leave No Trace Outdoor Ethics during this capstone climbing extravaganza. No experience necessary.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Shadow Rim Climbing Patch

and Level 4 Rocker

Riv it Up!

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Shadow Rim Outdoor

Adventurer Patch

GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

6 day | $450 | week 2

Been on the Pake for a few years? Looking to put your paddling to the test? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then this is the trip for you! We are road-tripping up to Colorado for a two day ride down the Piedra River. On this trip you will camp out at local campgrounds along the river, plan and prepare meals, and practice Leave No Trace Outdoor Ethics. Expert river guides will ensure you have an exciting experience as you explore what the river holds. Strong paddling ability needed.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Senior Adventurer Badge

Focus: Healthy Living Award: Shadow Rim Outdoor

Adventurer Patch

Big Sis/Lil Sis GRADES 2-3 GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10

4 day | $220 | week 1 6 day | $300 | week 7

Spend the week at Shadow Rim with the coolest person ever – YOUR SISTER! Experience all that camp has to offer, including canoeing, climbing, creek walking and arts and crafts. Most activities are done together. Sisters or cousins of various grades are welcome to attend together, however, we can only accommodate pairs.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Brownie Making Games

Badge, Junior Playing the Past Badge, Cadette Field Day Badge, and Senior Game Visionary Badge

willow springs overn i g ht/day cam p • p re scot t, arizo na

Willow Springs Program Center is a 190-acre camp at an elevation of 6,000 feet almost completely surrounded by Prescott National Forest. The camp facilities include modern cabins, fire-pits, flushing toilets, covered program ramadas and several miles of scenic hiking trails. Camp counselors are housed in nearby cabins within each unit. All girls will earn an award or receive a patch during their stay at camp. Please Note: All girls will also participate in crafts, outdoor cooking, hiking, nature programming and the ceramics

program. Archery is offered to girls who are entering 4th grade and above. All activities are weather-permitting.

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Animal Crackers GRADES 2-3

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4 day | $220 | week 1

Do you like to go on nature adventures? If you love wild animals, hiking, building forts, and exploring, join us at camp! You will create a nature museum, have an upclose visit from a wild animal, and make your own first aid kit. You’ll also go on a night hike, learn how to cook outdoors and sleep in a tent.

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Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: Bugs

Art & Nature GRADES 2-3

5 day | $150 | June 9-14

This session is for the girl who loves to explore the outdoors and create art projects from nature. Go hiking every day and learn more about the forest. You’ll also make rock and clay sculptures. Pack your daypack for a week of art and nature!

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Painting

Boppin' Brownies GRADES 2-3

6 day | $300 | week 3

Do you find yourself boppin’ to the beat of your favorite song? Do you enjoy dressing up and making up your own dances? Come to camp where you and new friends will learn and practice new dance moves for your performance on the last day of camp. You’ll also make special costumes and unique props, hike, and play with clay.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Dancer

Camp Cares GRADES 2-3

6 day | $315 | week 7

One of the most satisfying things you can do in life is help other people... and make s’mores. Not only will you enjoy campfires and games, you will also find out what everyone needs to be happy and healthy, and take a field trip to meet people who make it their business to look out for others.

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Focus: Financial Literacy Award: Philanthropist

Clay and Play GRADES 2-3

5 day | $150 | June 23-27

Isn’t the best art the messiest art? Come clay around at Willow Springs and get messy by making your own beads, coil pots, and ceramic critters. Relax in the adventure playground and have tea in Hammock Village. Focus: Healthy Living Award: Potter

Dino Daze

Doodlebugs

GRADES 2-3

GRADES 2-3

6 day | $300 | week 3

4 day | $220 | week 1

This session at camp is dedicated to the wonder of dinosaurs and all things fossilized. First, we will explore the land at camp and learn how old the rocks are in our own back yard. Then, you’ll unearth some dinosaur eggs, learn about the three ages of dinosaurs, and leave your own fossilized print.

Come to camp and create art. If you love to use your imagination and be creative, you are an official Doodlebug. You and other doodlebugs will make nature mobiles, sit in nature to paint a picture using the plants around you, and make your very own bug wings. On the final day of camp, your art work will be on display.

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Focus: STEM Award: Senses

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Focus: Global Citizenship Award: Painting

On Stage GRADES 2-3

6 day | $300 | week 7

Do you love to put on plays and make costumes? Have you ever made up your own characters? Come to camp for this camp session and you will have the spotlight on you and your new camp friends through drama, arts and crafts. We will learn how to put on a show and how to make costumes in our fiber art studio.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Making Friends

School of Magic & Tall Tales GRADES 2-3

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6 day | $300 | week 5

You are invited to Willow Springs Magic School where you will make your own crystals, create lightning, and amaze your friends with new tricks and experiments that will make them say “Whoa!!!” You will also make a magic wand, go on a quest, and sew your very own cloak.

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Focus: STEM Award: Its Your World, Change it!

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Archer & Her Arrow

Desert Diva

GRADES 4-5

GRADES 4-5

6 day | $315 | week 3 or 5

4 day | $220 | week 8

Calling all archers! Do you ever imagine yourself carrying a bow and arrow, walking through the forest silently? We invite you to Willow Springs for an epic week of legend, stories, and creativity. You will go on a quest to find your new Archer name as well as enhance your archery skills and make your own quiver.

Camp is a place where you can be yourself and learn new things. You will work with other divas to plan and prepare a party, complete with all the things you need to welcome your guests. You’ll also learn more about conversation through drama games, make a tea set in ceramics, and shoot an arrow in archery.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Arizona Cactus-Pine Council

Archery Level I, II, III

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Focus: Financial Literacy Award: Social Butterfly

Creation Craze GRADES 4-5

5 day | $150 | June 23-27

Paper Mache! Clay! Costumes! String! Can we create something fantastic with these materials? Yes, we shall try! This week is all about being the creative you. For 3 hours per day, girls will spend time creating crafts in the studio and will also participate in archery, outdoor cooking, ceramics and outdoor education.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Jeweler

Earth Benders GRADES 4-5

4 day | $220 | week 8

Do you find happiness digging in dirt and planting seeds? Have you ever grown your own garden? Do you like to watch birds and butterflies? As an “Earth Bender” you will have an epic week-long journey where you will learn how to create soil as well as build an amazing garden at camp.

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Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: Gardener

Fish Tales GRADES 4-5

6 day | $315 | week 2

It’s time to go fishing! Bring your day pack and water bottle and we will take you on fishing adventures! You will travel to nearby lakes to learn how to catch a fish, observe nature and experience the outdoors. You’ll also make your own fishing pole, first aid kit and shoot an arrow. Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: Fish Tales Patch

Forest Map Adventures GRADES 4-5

Have Hammock, Will Travel GRADES 4-5

5 day | $150 | June 9-13

6 day | $315 | week 4

This week we shall go on a Quest! Travel the world of Willow Springs as we unravel her secrets and learn how to map the land. Discover the ways of the local wildlife and build a nature museum to help others connect with the wild land.

Do you enjoy sleeping under the stars and traveling through the woods searching for the perfect campsite? Come along on the trails with us to hike and explore. You will sleep in your very own hammock that you can take back home with you, cook outdoors, and try archery.

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Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: Animal Habitats

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Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: Camper

Fort Building Appreciation front GRADES 4-5

4 day | $220 | week 1

What if we make forts out of sheets all over camp? And then build castles out of cardboard? And then make little shelters in the woods? We can have parties in all of them! Join the Fort Building Appreciation Front to combine the fine art of fort building with all the joys of camp! Join us and we will spend three hours per day constructing shelters that the girls will sleep in on the last night of camp, while also learning outdoor skills such as knife safety and lashing. The girls will also participate in archery, outdoor cooking, ceramics and outdoor education.

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Focus: STEM Award: Product Designer

Herstory

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GRADES 4-5

6 day | $300 | week 6

Are you an artist? How would you like to spend your week painting, drawing, and telling your story through your artwork? Come to camp and see how many crafts you can complete in three days. Learn origami, make a pot in ceramics, make a mobile, work with beads, and try your hand at painting without a paintbrush!

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Its Your Story, Tell It! - REACH OUT, SPEAK OUT, TRY OUT

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It's a Slumber Party! GRADES 4-5

willow springs program center

4 day | $220 | week 1 or 8

It’s a Slumber Party: time to make new friends, play games, tell stories and stay up for late-night dance parties. If you are the kind of girl who has the energy for hiking, archery, making a box out of clay by day and hanging out with friends at night, this is your session.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Slumber Party Patch

Masquerade Madness GRADES 4-5

4 day | $220 | week 1

Do you love dressing up? This session is for you! Masquerade Madness is all about finding your own characters from the past, and letting them come alive at camp. Make an exotic mask, play games of old and have tea parties in the afternoon shade!

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Playing the Past

The Magic Spell GRADES 4-5

6 day | $300 | week 4 or 7

If you like to use your imagination to create stories and adventures, this session is for you! You will learn how to make lotions, soaps and candles and dabble in other wacky science experiments, including making your own marshmallows. You will also make your very own cloak to wear while you tell your tales.

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Focus: STEM Award: Magic Spell Patch

Moonlight Mischief GRADES 4-5

4 day | $220 | week 1

As the sun sets and the moon is lit, many different animals awaken while others rest. Join us as we stay up late and see for ourselves what happens once the sun has set and the night begins. If you are the type of girl that enjoys staring at the stars, making up stories, and getting scientific, join us for this session.

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Focus: STEM Award: Moonlight Mischief Patch

Pottery Pixies GRADES 4-5

6 day | $300 | week 2

What would you do with a ball of clay? Come to camp for a week of creating new designs and projects using this brilliant material. You can make amazing things, like pinch or coil pots, boxes, decorative tiles, or something else very extraordinary. You’ll still have time for all the regular camp activities!

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Pottery Pixie Patch

Runway Rebels GRADES 4-5

Spirited Away GRADES 4-5

6 day | $300 | week 7

What better way to spend a week in the woods than to create your own wearable fashions? You will shoot an arrow, go “shopping” for re-usable fabrics and create an outfit. You’ll also walk the runway, cook outdoors and spend a night under the stars.

If you are the kind of girl that likes to make up your own dances, cheers and songs, we have the perfect session for you. You will learn cheerleading techniques as well as go for hikes, take ceramics class, play three different kinds of sports and make your own pom-poms.

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Focus: Global Citizenship Award: Product Designer

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Staying Fit

The Search for Neverland GRADES 4-5

4 day | $220 | week 8

Jump ship and spend a week at camp planning adventures and building friendships. You will band together to take on pirates, explore the forest, and work as a team on the low challenge course. You’ll also host a dance party and expect a visit from the camp fairies.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Jeweler

Secret Agent Academy GRADES 4-5

6 day | $300 | week 2 or 5

Go undercover for a week and return home having mastered the skills of a secret agent. As a Willow Girl Agent, you will learn about camouflage, building fire without matches, learn stealth tactics and self-defense techniques, while also enjoying archery and testing your limits on the low challenge course.

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Focus: STEM Award: Detective

Spotlights on You!

Super Sampler

GRADES 4-5

GRADES 4-5

6 day | $300 | week 2 or 6

6 day | $300 | week 3 or 6

Do you dream of being on stage? Whether it’s dancing or drama, this is the place for you! In addition to archery, hiking, outdoor cooking, and ceramics, you will be spending your time creating your own costume, and putting on a group performance at the end of camp!

If you are the kind of girl who wants it all, join us for a week to sample lots of fun activities. During this weeklong session you can make a pot in ceramics, shoot an arrow, play drama games, take a hike, work with others on the low challenge course and cook outdoors.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Playing the Past

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4 day | $220 | week 8

Focus: Healthy Living Award: Super Sampler Patch

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Where the Wild Things Are GRADES 4-5

6 day | $300 | week 4

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Do you like wild animals and want to learn more about them? Have you ever followed their footsteps or wondered where their home is? Bring your daypack and be ready for an outdoor adventure. Every day you will rise with the sun and go wildlife watching. There will be plenty of time for archery and ceramics, too!

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Adventure Racer GRADES 6-8

6 day | $300 | week 6

Do you love to live life on the move? Join us for Adventure Racer, if you are happiest on the move. This session is about sprints and trail running, stretching, yoga, and finishing off your day with a smoothie of your making. We are running in camp! A lot!

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Science of Happiness

Art Punks

Bedazzled

GRADES 6-8

GRADES 6-8

13 day | $560 | week 3 and 4

6 day | $300 | week 2

Do you enjoy thinking about different ways you can produce art? Do you like to work hard and put all of your creativity into a project? Spend two weeks at camp learning different ways to show your spark through your art. You’ll also hang out with friends, go hiking, spend time in the trees, and shoot arrows in archery.

What would you do with some pliers, wire and beads? Come to camp with your creative ideas ready and we will provide the materials to create your own bedazzled bags, shirts and jewelry. At the end of camp your works of art will be displayed for everyone to see.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Art Punk Patch

Bike-a-pooloza GRADES 6-8

6 day | $315 | week 4

Bring your own bike and helmet for an adventure like no other. You will learn more about bike mechanics and build your skills through an outdoor bike course. You and your crew will ride the historic Peavine Trail (a rails-to-trails ride) in Prescott, and learn how ‘hip’ it is to ride a bike!

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Focus: Global Citizenship Award: Animal Habitats

Focus: STEM Award: Bike Chic Patch

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Bedazzled Patch

Come Cobb Around GRADES 6-8

6 day | $300 | week 4

All you need is clay, sand, straw, water and earth – and you have yourself some ancient building material. The rest is hard work and a creative mind to build an amazing structure or piece of artwork that will be permanently displayed at your favorite camp. Be amazed at what you can do! Focus: Global Citizenship Award: Its Your World, Change It!

Culinary Cadettes GRADES 6-8

6 day | $325 | week 6

Try your hand at being a chef. Learn to bake and create tasty foods both in a kitchen and over a fire. You’ll be cooking or making something every day and creating your very own recipe book. You’ll also enjoy all that camp has to offer including hiking, archery, and the challenge course.

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Focus: STEM Award: New Cuisines

Culinary Questers GRADES 6-8

11 day | $525 | week 7 and 8

Learn the ropes of cooking outdoors, on-the-trail nutrition, and trip planning before heading out to sleep under the stars with a fabulous menu. Experience all the joys of the high and low ropes course, train for a long hiking trip, and have a few parties before your great adventure.

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Focus: STEM Award: Trailblazing

Daring d' Vinci GRADES 6-8

6 day | $300 | week 5

We want you to tell your story – through creative works of art, journal-making and dramatic arts. Immerse yourself in a variety of art mediums and crafts, stay in a cabin with friends, listen to music, and enjoy a weekend relaxing under the tall pines. We will share our stories around the campfire!

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: It’s Your Story – Tell It!

Dream of the 90s

Detective Divas

GRADES 6-8

GRADES 6-8

4 day | $220 | week 8

The dream of the 1990s is alive at Willow, and you can be part of it. Bring your musical instrument and go back in time as we sip on cappuccinos and write epic songs. You will become a 1990s female superstar and put on a performance that no one will forget.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Dream of the 90s Patch

6 day | $300 | week 4

Solve a mystery at Willow Springs by cracking codes and examining evidence. You will be given a mystery where you will need to pull prints, conduct handwriting analysis, track wild animals, and solve brain teasers; all a part of being a Detective Diva.

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Focus: STEM Award: Special Agent

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Elite Acorn Rangers GRADES 6-8

6 day | $325 | week 6

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Are you the kind of girl who dreams of nature adventures and exploring? Do you like to make or read maps and collect treasures? As a member of the Elite Acorn Ranger team, you will use a knife, travel with a map and compass for an all-day adventure in the woods as well as set up a campsite in the forest.

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Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: First Aid

Fashion Frenzy

Friends and Fun

GRADES 6-8

GRADES 6-8

6 day | $315 | week 6

6 day | $300 | week 3 or 5

Do you have a wild imagination? Do you like to create new fashions and sketch out designs? You will be given three tasks to create awesome, wearable fashion and your very own professional portfolio. We will provide you with the tools you’ll need and the rest is up to you!

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Fashion Frenzy Patch

It’s all about friendship! Visit the relaxation station in the forest and the camp activity areas where you can try your hand at ceramics, archery, jewelry making, and fiber arts. You‘ll also get to stay up late and have sleep-in breakfasts.

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Global Goddess GRADES 6-8

6 day | $300 | week 4 or 7

Get all the body care secrets of the world from the comfort of camp! No matter where in the world you may go, one thing is certain - take care of your body and it will take care of you. Try yoga and explore how to take care of and appreciate the body through natural practices from around the world.

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Focus: Global Citizenship Award: Science of Happiness

Girls with Grit GRADES 6-8

4 day | $220 | week 1

Girls are tough! Visits and presentations from women in the fields of forestry, wildlife biology, outdoor recreation and firefighting and an opportunity to “try out” some of the tools those women use in their daily jobs. Learn how you can make a career working outside!

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Friends and Fun Patch

Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: Girls with Grit Patch

The Green Thumb GRADES 6-8

6 day | $315 | week 5

Discover what it takes to grow your own food and where our food comes from. Meeting local farmers and learn how they care for the land, as well as how to start a garden in your own community. Focus: Global Citizenship Award: It’s your Planet, Love it! – AWARE, ALERT, AFFIRM

Herstory GRADES 6-8

6 day | $300 | week 6

Are you an artist? How would you like to spend your week painting, drawing, and telling your story through your artwork? Come to camp and see how many crafts you can complete in three days. Learn origami, make a pot in ceramics, make a mobile, work with beads, and try your hand at painting without a paintbrush!

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Its Your Story, Tell It! - REACH OUT, SPEAK OUT, TRY OUT

High Flyers GRADES 6-8

13 day | $560 | week 3 and 4

If you want to challenge yourself and get up in the trees on the high challenge course at Willow Springs, go on a weekend adventure backpacking and camping! You’ll also have time to do regular camp activities like archery, ceramics and arts!

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Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: High Flyers Patch

Night Watchers GRADES 6-8

6 day | $300 | week 6

The skies are fine, and the stargazing is beautiful! Join the Night Watchers to understand Super Giants and shooting stars. Find new constellations and get a grasp on celestial navigation as we spend the week staying up late and enjoying the camp night life.

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High School Survival GRADES 6-8

4 day | $220 | week 1

This session is all about figuring out that stuff they never seem to cover in high school orientation. How do you deal with cliques? How does one balance sports, friends, and AP classes? Girls will define personal goals, and develop problem-solving strategies through group discussions and improvisation workshops.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Thrive in the Hive Patch

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Focus: STEM Award: Night Owls

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One Act Action GRADES 6-8

willow springs program center

4 day | $220 | week 1

Come to Willow Springs to get your character on stage! One Act Action is all about performing big parts and creating your stage self. Campers will focus on voice and body presentation, rehearse (and rehearse) a piece of their choosing, and finish off the session with performances for the whole camp.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Public Speaker

GRADES 6-8

Pixel Pixies GRADES 6-8

4 day | $245 | week 8

It’s time to tell your story through the visual arts! You’ll re-tell your own story using camera, video, dance, song or the spoken word and put on a performance for your friends at camp. Bring your digital camera and some notes for your life story, re-told.

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Focus: STEM Award: Screenwriter

6 day | $300 | week 2

Have you ever heard a tall tale and questioned if any part of it could be true? Have you seen a magic trick and wondered how it was pulled off? This week is all about getting to the truth behind those stories and discovering how science makes those tricks tick. Plus, you can enjoy some really fun and flashy experiments!

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Focus: STEM Award: Pop Rocks Patch

Rollin' in the Dough GRADES 6-8

4 day | $230 | week 1

You’ll need three cups of fun, one teaspoon of creativity and a wire whisk to blend it all together. Navigate through recipes, bake different dishes and learn more about what it takes to make delicious food from scratch.

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Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: Rollin’ in the Dough Patch

The Sequential Artist GRADES 6-8

6 day | $300 | week 5

What makes a great graphic novel? Is it the illustrations? Do the characters capture your heart? What would you do with a sketchbook, colored markers and a fine-tipped sharpie? Come to camp where you will produce an original work of art.

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Pop Rocks

Focus: Healthy Living Award: Comic Artist

Up in the Trees GRADES 6-8

6 day | $300 | week 2, 5 or 6

Spend time in the trees! You will spend your days on the low and high elements of the challenge course! Challenge yourself to try something new and have a blast in the process! In addition, you will also shoot arrows, make cool stuff with trees, and hike.

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Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: Trees

Wheel- It GRADES 6-8

6 day | $300 | week 3 or 7

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Wheel It Patch

Yo-Yo GRADES 6-8

11 day | $500 | week 7 and 8

If you’re a girl who knows what she wants, it’s time to be a Yo-Yo girl! This is your chance to design your schedule and set your wake-up time! Spend your morning in ceramics, try archery in the afternoon, and take a night hike after dark. Stay up late, sleep in, cook out - you get to decide.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Yo-Yo Patch

GRADES 6-8

6 day | $300 | week 2 or 5

This summer Willow Springs will host its very own show choir and you’re invited to join! Come dance and sing to your heart’s content. You’ll choose the numbers you want to do, make props and costumes, and then perform for the whole camp. If you love music, and the spotlight, this is your program.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Public Speaker

Ceramic Nirvana GRADES 11-12

6 day | $300 | week 7

Imagine creating a variety of awesome ceramic projects in one week at camp. Get your hands dirty and find your focus on the wheel, build something amazing and see how much you can accomplish in the Zuni Ceramics Studio.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Ceramic Nirvana Patch

Choose Your Own Adventure GRADES 11-12

6 day | $350 | week 7

This program is for girls who love travel and exploration! Choose what you want to do and where you want to go for a two-day adventure. You will have options to choose from and work with a budget.

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Focus: Financial Literacy Award: On My Own

Potter's Heaven

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In addition to general camp activities, you’ll learn to throw a pot on the wheel, make a pinch pot, a coil pot, try some new sculpting techniques, and try all of the tools in Willow’s ceramics studio. You’ll also weave, and produce other awesome works of art that will be showcased in the Willow Springs Art Gallery.

Willow Springs Glee Club

GRADES 9-10

6 day | $300 | week 2

Come spend the week in the Willow Springs Zuni Ceramics Studio and get your hands dirty! You can make pinch pots, coil pots, lidded boxes and much more. Learn glazing techniques and get many chances to throw on the pottery wheel. You’ll also hike, cook outdoors and shoot some arrows.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Potter Patch

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Rosie Riveters

Spa-tastic

GRADES 9-10

GRADES 9-10

6 day | $315 | week 2

6 day | $300 | week 3

We can do it! We will make-over a space at camp, learn how to maintain a car and learn to use and care for tools! Come to camp to get some hands on skills for building your world. You’ll also receive your own set of tools to take home!

Being a girl rocks and it’s time to come to camp and enjoy the science behind style. You and your friends will invent your own skin care regimen for your skin type, learn meditation, and create your own hammock. Plus, brew teas and discover what plants can keep you feeling your best.

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Focus: STEM Award: Girl Scout Riveter Patch

Digital Divas GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

4 day | $230 | week 1

What captures your eye? How do you transform an image into a story? As a Digital Diva you will bring your own camera to camp where you will take photos and then design a story that will be based on the world as you see it. On the last day of camp you’ll be able to share your story with others.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Troupe Performer

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Science of Style

Discover Aviation I GRADES 7-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

6 day | $345 | week 3

Imagine yourself soaring through the open skies! You will log time in a plane (you pilot it!) and spend time each day at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University or Prescott Airport. Your instructors are experienced female pilots who are a part of an organization known as the 99’s! *Girls must be at least 13 to participate. »» Focus: STEM »» Award: Discover Aviation Patch

Discover Aviation II GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

6 day | $345 | week 3

Are you ready for more flying adventure? After taking Discover Aviation I, go deeper into the aviation world. Female pilots will teach the girls about aerodynamics, air traffic control, cockpit resources, model airplane construction and much more. The week culminates when they fly a plane themselves (with a pilot in the plane with them).*Girls must be at least 13 AND have completed Discover Aviation I summer session.

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Focus: STEM Award: Women Fly Patch

Ultimate Art Experience GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

11 day | $515 | week 7 and 8

Northern Arizona is known for art and stories. Live the life of an artist and adventure to art galleries, make your own art portfolio, take a journey on an artistic road-show, and produce a mosaic that will be installed at Willow Springs permanently!

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Focus: Financial Literacy Award: Financing my Future

weekend camp fam i ly an d troo p cam p s

Weekend Programs are designed for girls, troops, families and/or adults. Check in time for weekend programs is Friday at 6:30 pm and check-out time is 9:00 am on Sunday. Registration forms and information packets are available on our website. Please Note: Girls younger than 2nd grade will interact with horses from the ground only. Girls younger than 9 will not participate in archery.

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Brownie/Junior Overnight @ maripai GRADES 2-3 GRADES 4-5

2 day | $75 | July 26-27

If you like to ride horses, make s’mores, and find lost treasure, then this session is for you. Enjoy a range of camp activities like arts and crafts, campfires, hiking, games, songs, and more! Perfect for a first overnight camp experience.

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Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: Brownie, Junior Overnight Fun Patch

Family Camp @ maripai GRADES K-1 GRADES 2-3 GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12 ADULTS (children under 4 are free)

3 day | $100 | June 6-8

weekend camps

Family Camp is an opportunity for families to enjoy a summer camp experience together. This summer’s theme is “Around the World.” We’ll enjoy games and activities from many different cultures and meet camp counselors from across the globe. Activities will include archery, arts and crafts, hiking, games, songs, and more! Trail rides and arena lessons will be offered for those meeting the age requirements, and younger guests will have an opportunity to interact with the horses from the ground. Each family will be housed in their own rustic cabin, with separate bathhouses for males and females.

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Focus: Global Citizenship Award: Family Camp Fun Patch

Girls Outdoors @ Willow springs GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

3 day | $100 | July 25-27

Let us duel – with our outdoor skills! Make your own rope, learn knife skills, take your best shot at the archery range, or prepare your greatest meal outdoors. Come hike around Willow and show off your skills!

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Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: Girls Outdoors Patch

Leader/Daughter Weekend @ Willow springs

GRADES k-12 & adults 3 day | $100 | June 27-29

Are you interested in learning more about Girl Scouting and spending time in the cool pines? You and your daughter can sign up for the Leadership Weekend where you will be able to enjoy Girl Scout volunteer trainings while your daughter(s) will spend time with Willow Springs Camp staff participating in camp program.

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Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: Girls - First Aid Awards Adults - Willow Springs Patch

Me and My Cowboy @ maripai GRADES 2-3 GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12 ADULTS

3 day | $100 | July 11-13

Come to a fun-filled weekend at camp with your favorite male adult (dad, uncle, grandfather, or mentor over the age of 18 years of age). Join us for a weekend of horseback riding, archery, fire-building, kickball, hiking, songs, and more! Trail rides and arena lessons will be offered for those meeting the age requirements, and younger campers will have the opportunity to interact with the horses from the ground. Cowgirls and Cowboys will get in their own rustic cabin, with separate bathhouses for males and females.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Me and My Cowboy Fun Patch

Me and My Gal @ Willow springs GRADES K-1 GRADES 2-3 ADULTS

2 day | $75 | June 14-15

You and your favorite adult female are about to embark on an overnight adventure of staying up late, learning new songs and games, and discovering the outdoor adventure playground at Willow Springs.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Moon Magic Patch

GRADES 2-3 GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12 ADULTS

4 day | $125 | week 9

Enjoy a troop camping experience with lodging, food and programming provided by Camp Maripai. This includes archery, arts and crafts, hiking, outdoor cooking, and one riding lesson. Adults do not need outdoor or first aid training.

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Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: Summer Action Fun Patch

Troop Summer Action @ Shadow rim

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Troop Summer Action @ Maripai

GRADES 2-3 GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12 ADULTS

3 day | $100 | June 9-11 or June 25-27

Enjoy the full camp experience with your troop! Take part in climbing, creek walks, canoeing, arts and crafts and the heritage program. Those in 4th grade and older can participate in archery under the guidance of certified staff. You will live in a cabin unit with your troop leader and all meals are included.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Shadow Rim Summer Action Patch

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Troop Core Camp @ shadow rim GRADES 2-3 GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

3 day | $60 | June 6-8 or June 20-22

Shadow Rim and a few of its trained counselors will provide daytime program and an evening campfire (troops, come prepared with a song to teach and a skit!). Your troop will utilize their outdoor skills by preparing all of your own meals! Troops will need to plan meals ahead of time and bring your food supplies with you. Shadow Rim will provide basic cooking supplies and staff support. Leader Troop Camp Certification (TCC) is required.

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Focus: Healthy Living Award: Shadow Rim Core Camp Patch

Troop Camp @ Willow springs GRADES 2-3 GRADES 4-5 GRADES 6-8 GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12 ADULTS

3 day | $100 | July 11-13

Calling all Troops! Join us for a weekend at Willow Springs where we will work with your troop to provide your own adventure. Willow Springs staff will coordinate your schedule as well as design and teach program for your troops that meet requirements for outdoor-related badges.

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Focus: Environmental Leadership Award: Troop Camp “S’mores Sisters” Patch

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Counselor in Training 1

@ camp maripai, Shadow Rim, or willow Springs GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

13 day | $465 | week 5 and 6 | week 7 and 8 (at Willow Springs and Maripai ONLY)

Want to work at camp someday? Come join the fun! You’ll learn about leadership, teamwork, child development and more as you help in units and program areas. Visit other camps in Northern Arizona and start working with younger girls. CITs at Willow Springs will be sleeping in Yurts in the Pima Unit.

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Focus: Global Citizenship Award: Counselor in Training I Pin

Wrangler In Training @ camp maripai GRADES 9-10 GRADES 11-12

21 day | $400 | week 2, 3 and 4

leadership camps

Do you want to work with kids and horses in the future? If you have completed CIT 1 and are interested in becoming a riding instructor, this is the perfect program. WIT is a leadership program, not a riding program. Spend three weeks learning how to prepare and teach ground and arena lessons for younger girls. Complete a horse related service project and take part in an all-day trail ride. You will also help saddle, groom, feed and care for the horses. Girls enrolled in the WIT program must have advanced riding abilities and horsemanship experience. You must be able to independently saddle, bridle, groom, and control your horse at a walk, trot, and lope with a balanced seat. If you are unable to pass the riding test, we reserve the right to place you into our CIT 2 program. »» Focus: Healthy Living »» Award: WIT Rocker *part of Maripai’s Horse Patch Program

Counselor in Training 2 @ camp maripai, Shadow Rim, or willow Springs GRADES 11-12

21 day | $260 | week 2, 3 and 4

If you have completed CIT 1, then you may be ready for CIT 2. Depending on your interests and strengths, you will choose a specific area in which to focus, and further your leadership, teamwork, and teaching skills within that area. Learn how to develop and deliver program, and complete a service project and spend your time doing whatever it is you love most at camp! CITs at Willow Springs will be sleeping in Yurts in the Pima Unit. Must have completed Counselor in Training I.

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Focus: Global Citizenship Award: Counselor in Training II Pin

Counselor in Training 3 @ camp maripai or shadow Rim GRADES 11-12

6 day | $45 | you choose your weeks

If you have completed CIT 1 and CIT 2/WIT, then you could be ready for CIT 3! This extension of the CIT program allows girls to work in units alongside counselors or specialize in select program areas like archery, canoeing or the barn! You can intern for one week or the entire summer. The first week is $45, and all additional weeks are FREE! Contact a Camp Director for an application. Must have completed Counselor in Training 1 and 2/Wranger in Training.

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camp planner pl an you r summ er th e easy way

The following pages contain the 2014 Camp Planner. This is a great tool that gives an overview of the sessions offered at each camp location, by grade level. We hope this makes it easier for you to find the summer camp session that best fits your daughter’s interests and your family schedule.

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Digital Divas

Doodlebugs

Fort Building Appreciation Front

Girls with Grit

High School Survival

Hold the Reins

In Tents Camping

It's a Slumber Party!

Junior Experience

Make a Splash!

Maripai Madness

Masquerade Madness

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Carabiner Craze

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Blast to the Past

Boots and Boats

Boppin' Brownies

Counselor in Training 3

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Up in the Trees

Willow Springs Glee Club

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Archer and Her Arrow

Art to Wear

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Prescott Playground

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Secret Agent Academy

The Sequential Artist

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Junior Experience

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Make a Splash!

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Saddle Up

Splash Camp

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Star Light, Star Bright

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Up in the Trees

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july 20-25

WEEK 7

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Ceramic Nirvana

Choose Your Own Adventure

Climb On!

Counselor in Training 1

Counselor in Training 3

Culinary Questers

Extreme Challenge

Global Goddess

Horsin' Around

Kayak, Canoe, and You

The Magic Spell

Midnight Madness

On Stage

Outdoor Lover

Paddle to Shore

Saddle Up

Spirited Away

Ultimate Art Experience

Wheel - It

Yo-Yo

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WS

WS

WS

M

M

SR

WS

M

WS

SR

M

WS

SR

WS

M/SR

M/WS

SR

WS

WS

M

$ 500

$ 300

$ 515

$ 300

$ 355

$ 300

$ 300

$ 300

$ 300

$ 300

$ 300

$ 355

$ 300

$ 300

$ 525

$ 45

$ 465

$ 300

$ 350

$ 300

$ 300

M = Camp Maripai – Prescott

12

Camp Chemist

B B

B B

B B

B B

B B

B B B B

B B B B B B

B B B B

WS = Willow Springs – Prescott

B B B B B B

B B B B B B

B B B

B B B

B B B B B B

B B B

SR = Shadow Rim Ranch – Payson

B B

B B

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july 27-30

WEEK 8

18 20 13 44 13 28 33 28 21 15 30 22 20 12 23 36 12 31

Brownie Adventure

Camping Bits & Pieces

Counselor in Training 3

Cowgirl Up

Desert Diva

Dream of the 90's

Earth Benders

Get a Clue

Hold the Reins

It's a Slumber Party!

Junior Experience

Make a Splash!

Maripai Madness

Mini Trip

Pixel Pixies

Pony Tails

Runway Rebels

PG

Big Sis, Li'l Sis

PROGRAM NAME

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M

WS

SR

M

SR

SR

WS

M

SR

WS

WS

WS

M

M/SR

M

SR

M

CAMP

$ 220

$ 245

$245

$ 275

$ 220

$ 220

$ 220

$ 220

$ 245

$ 220

$ 220

$ 220

$ 220

$ 245

$ 45

$ 220

$ 220

$ 220

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5

6

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B B

B B B B B B

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DAY CAMP WEEK 9

WEEKEND/FAMILY CAMP

13 12 26 27 28

[June 9-13]

Cowgirl Up

Pony Tails

Art and Nature

Clay and Play [June 23-27]

Creation Craze

[July 11-13]

[June 6-8 or June 20-22]

SR

WS

M

SR

WS

M

WS

WS

M

M

WS

WS

WS

WS

M

M

M/SR

WS

B B B B B B B B

B B B B B B

B B

B B

SR = Shadow Rim Ranch – Payson

B B B B $ 100 B B B B B B B B $ 100 B B B B B B B B $ 75 B B B B $ 100 B B B B B B $ 125 B B B B B B $ 100 B B B B B B $ 60 B B B B B B

$ 100

$ 100

$ 75

$ 150

$ 150

$ 150

$ 150

$ 245

$ 245

$ 45

$ 220

M = Camp Maripai – Prescott

Troop Core Camp

42

42

Troop Camp

[July 11-13]

41

41

41

41

Summer Action

[June 9-11 or June 25-27]

[June 14-15]

Summer Action

Me and My Gal

Me and My Cowboy

Leader/Daughter Weekend

40

40

Girls Outdoors

[July 25-27]

40

40

Family Camp [June 6-8]

[June 27-29]

[July 26-27]

[June 9-13]

Brownie/Junior Overnight

Forest Map Adventures

29

44

Counselor in Training 3

[June 23-27]

31

The Search for Neverland

WS = Willow Springs – Prescott

B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B

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