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GIRL SCOUTS OF MN & WI RIVER VALLE YS

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FIND yourself you at girl scout camp

RESIDENT CAMP REGISTRATION WEEK

SAVE WITH EARLY RISER PRICING

FEB 19-21

WHEN YOU REGISTER FEB. 19-29


AT GIRL SCOUTS RIVER ALL G I R LS AR E WE LC O M E.

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From first-time camper to seasoned high-adventurer, we invite every girl to get outside, make a new friend, and grow in confidence as she gains appreciation for the outdoors. Girl Scouts Summer Camps are backed by more than 100 years of experience and are run by expert staff. Our camps are safe, all-girl environments, ideal for girls to try new things confidently, knowing their Girl Scout sisters and camp counselors have their backs. At camp, girls enjoy a variety of activities like building campfires, swimming, riding horses, learning how to use power tools, cooking, shooting arrows, creating art and crafts, canoeing, and exploring the woods. SEE HOW GIRL SCOUT CAMP CAN BECOME ONE OF YOUR FAVO R ITE P L AC E S O N EARTH .

Girl Scout Summer Camp is for every girl. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE IS AVAILABLE. LEARN MORE ON PAGE 30.


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Girls attend summer camp along with an adult and spend the night (or two) at one of our camp locations. This can be with their mother, father, guardian, grandparent, aunt, uncle—any adult they have an important relationship with. These camps give families the opportunity to explore all that summer camp has to offer while enjoying quality time together. All meals are included and camp staff lead all activities.

OVERNIGHT/SLEEP-AWAY CAMP

Girls attend summer camp with their troop, troop leader, and troop volunteers. Our camp staff lead the activities and coordinate meals—no training or experience is needed. Troop camp is an opportunity to bond, work together, and support one another as girls build campfires, go boating, practice archery, hike, do arts and crafts, and more.

SEE PAGE 10 TO FIND SESSIONS.

SEE PAGE 12 TO FIND A SESSION THAT'S SUITED FOR YOU.

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Girls attend summer camp for a single day—by themselves or with a friend—and do not stay overnight. Our council-led day camps have a little something for everyone. Whether you want to learn new skills—like campfire cooking—play teambuilding games, or make art, you're sure to find something that fits your interests. SEE PAGE 28 TO SEE WHICH SESSIONS ARE OFFERED AT CAMP EDITH MAYO IN ROCHESTER.

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Great for girls in grades 2-12, Resident Camp gives girls the unique opportunity to discover their strengths and seek challenges all while having a great time. Girls stay overnight at one of our camp locations. They can stay for 4, 6, or 13 nights and attend by themselves or with a friend. Girls can choose camps that focus on their interests.

SEE PAGE 24 TO FIND THE PERFECT SESSION FOR YOUR TROOP.

These are all volunteer-planned and volunteer-led, single-day camps held in various regions throughout our council. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THESE OPPORTUNITIES, PLEASE CONNECT WITH YOUR TROOP LEADER OR SERVICE UNIT VOLUNTEERS. YOU MAY ALSO VISIT CAMP.GIRLSCOUTSRV.ORG/CAMP-CALENDAR.

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Girl Scouts River Valleys Camp staff are well-trained, fun, caring, experienced, and energetic individuals. They come from throughout the region, across the country, and even around the world! Our staff interact directly with girls and are made up of counselors, trained cooks, certified health professionals, and seasoned leaders—such as our camp directors and assistant directors.

Girl Scouts has over 100 years of experience providing camp for girls! That means we put safety first. After all, our motto is "be prepared." If the weather is unusually hot or cold, activities are changed to keep campers safe.

Staff complete a minimum of 60 hours of pre-camp training, and are certified in first aid and CPR. Many staff also have additional training and certifications. Certified lifeguards supervise all aquatic activities.

PLEASE NOTE: BECAUSE OF THE UNPREDICTABILITY OF WEATHER, WE ARE UNABLE TO GUARANTEE YOUR GIRL WILL BE ABLE TO DO ALL THE ACTIVITIES TYPICALLY OFFERED IN A SESSION.

GIRL SCOUTS RIVER VALLEYS’ FOUR RESIDENTIAL CAMPS ARE ACCREDITED BY THE AMERICAN CAMP ASSOCIATION AND FOLLOW RECOMMENDED STAFF-TO-CAMPER RATIOS.

ME A L S We are able to provide gluten-free, lactose-free, vegetarian, and peanut/ tree nut-free meals and snacks upon request. We do our best to limit cross-contamination, but as we do not have separate facilities, we cannot guarantee zero risk of cross-contamination.

UNPL UG AT CA MP Summer camp is a smartphone-free zone and is a great time for girls to unplug and explore their world. SEE PAGE 31 TO LEARN MORE.

If you have other dietary needs, please contact us to review menus and in many cases, we can accommodate you sending special dietary foods/ meals that can be warmed via microwave or oven while at camp. Our camps are not peanut-free environments and we cannot accommodate any airborne food allergies. REQUESTS MUST BE PLACED AT LEAST ONE MONTH BEFORE CAMP USING THE ONLINE FORM AT CAMP.GIRLSCOUTSRV.ORG/CONTACT. 2 0 2 0 G I R L S C O U T S R I V E R V A L L E Y S S U M M E R C A M P C ATA L O G

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Girl Scouts River Valleys has five camps spread throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin. Whether you love horses, the woods, or the lake, our camps have you covered. LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR CAMP LOCATIONS AT CAMP.GIRLSCOUTSRV.ORG/LOCATIONS.

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Camp Elk River Located 30 miles northwest of the Twin Cities

Set on 1,130 acres of prairie, oak forest, and pines, Camp Elk River is known for its horse center and sand-bottom chlorinated swimming pond. Campers love activities like canoeing and kayaking on Stone Lake, archery, the low ropes course, playing human foosball, log rolling, and more.

HOUSING & BATHROOMS Modern-style dorms and cabins with electricity and bathrooms with private showers. Girls are housed in groups of 4–10 campers with two staff in the same cabin or dorm.

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Camp Lakamaga

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Located 40 miles north of the Twin Cities

Set on 170 acres of forest, campers enjoy swimming, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, and log rolling on Big Marine Lake. There's also an art studio, archery range, low ropes course, sports area, and a variety of hiking trails.

HOUSING & BATHROOMS

Yurts are a cross between a tent & and a cabin, have bunk beds for 12 girls, a domed skylight, and screened windows and doors.

Non-electric four-season cabins and yurts (see left) with outdoor latrines within walking distance. Private showers available. Girls are housed in groups of 4–10 campers with two staff either in the same yurt/cabin or with staff sleeping in an adjacent tent/cabin within earshot of girls.

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Camp Northwoods Located 190 miles northeast of the Twin Cities

Camp Northwoods sits on 432 acres of pine forests and is loved by campers and adults alike. Girls enjoy taking part in horse activities at the horse center, along with swimming, canoeing, kayaking, log rolling, and water trampolining on Camp One Lake. Thanks to its amazing activities such as archery, sling shot, and outdoor skill-building, this camp is a favorite among middle school to high school-aged girls. Camp Northwoods is also our wilderness trip base. LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR WILDERNESS TRIPS ON PAGES 19 AND 22.

HOUSING & BATHROOMS Horse and counselor-in-training (CIT) campers typically stay in troop houses with bathrooms & showers or cabins with access to outdoor latrines (both have electricity). Girls on wilderness trips or adventure activities stay in yurts or platform tents. Both are non-electric with outdoor latrine access. There is also a central shower house with private showers available for camper use. Girls are housed in groups of 4–10 campers with two staff either in the same yurt/ cabin or with staff sleeping in an adjacent tent/cabin within earshot of girls.

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TRANSPORTATION Bus transportation is provided to and from Camp Northwoods and is included in the cost of camp. Stops are provided in the South, Central, and Northern Metro Areas. Find details online at CAMP.GIRLSCOUTSRV.ORG/NORTHWOODS-BUS

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Camp Singing Hills Located 70 miles southwest of the Twin Cities

HOUSING & BATHROOMS

Electric cabins

Electric cabins and yurts, both have flush toilets available in adjacent buildings. A limited number of platform tents are also available. A central shower house with private showers is available for campers to use. Troops are housed together, with troop leaders and volunteers serving as chaperones.

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Camp Singing Hills is great for troop camp, and consists of 160 acres of beautiful forests and prairies. Girls love to swim, canoe, kayak, and log roll on Fish Lake.Campers enjoy archery, low ropes, sports, games, hiking, art, and outdoor skill -building.

Camp Edith Mayo Located 90 miles southeast of the Twin Cities

Great for girls who enjoy music, art, archery, bouldering, and spending time in the woods.

HOUSING & BATHROOMS

Edith Mayo Program Center

Camp Edith Mayo is a day-camp and tent-camping only property. During the day there is access to indoor bathrooms and showers. When staying overnight, campers use our two composting latrines.

Rochester

minnesota

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EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

$110 • $115 • $135

During Me + She and Me + He camp sessions, you’ll get to spend some quality time with your favorite adult woman or man (depending on the session you select) and explore summer camp. Pairs select their activities and go at their own pace. It’s an ideal time to slow down, relax, and enjoy each other’s company! Meals, snacks, and staff-led activities are included. Available activities: Swimming, boating, nature exploration, games, arts and crafts, a campfire, archery, and more. Overnight housing: Girl/adult pairs will be housed with other girl/ adult pairs.

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Perfect for:

6:30 pm – 7 pm

$145 • $155 • $185

6:30 pm – 10 am

First-time campers

ME + SHE: 1 NIGHT

ME + SHE: 2 NIGHT

ME + HE: 2 NIGHT

FALL 2020 GRADES: 1-4

FALL 2020 GRADES: 1-4

FALL 2020 GRADES: 1-4

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July 24-25, August 7-8

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June 19-21

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July 31-August 1

June 26-28, July 10-12 August 14-16

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July 17-19, July 31-August 2

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During these camp sessions at Camp Elk River, introduce yourself to horseback riding with your favorite adult woman or man (depending on the session you select) and explore what Girl Scout Camp has to offer!

GIR L & A D ULT F E E F O R E A C H H O R S IN G A R O U N D S E S S I O N

$175 • $190 • $225

HORSING AROUND WITH MOM

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HORSING AROUND WITH MOM OR DAD

FALL 2020 GRADES: 1-4

FALL 2020 GRADES: 1-4

FALL 2020 GRADES: 1-4

JUNE 19-21

JULY 17-19, JULY 2426, JULY 31-AUGUST 2, AUGUST 7-9

Each pair gets two hours of horse time which includes a riding lesson, and lessons on grooming, saddling, and horse safety. Additional activites: Archery, swimming, boating, art, and geocaching*.

Each pair gets two hours of horse time which includes a riding lesson, and lessons on grooming, saddling, and horse safety. Additional activites: Archery, swimming, boating, art, and geocaching*.

FAMILY TENT CAMPING FALL 2020 GRADES: K-12

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Overnight housing: Grades 1-4: Girl/adult pairs will be housed with other girl/adult pairs. Grades 5-7: Girl/female adult pairs will be housed with other girl/ female adult pairs. Girl/male adult pairs will be split with male adults housed with other males and girls housed with other girls. Perfect for: First-time campers Girls interested in horseback riding

JUNE 26-28, JULY 10-12, AUGUST 14-16

FAM I LY

Horsing Around Sessions at Camp Elk River

Each pair gets two hours of horse time which includes a riding lesson, and lessons on grooming, saddling, and horse safety. Additional activites: Archery, swimming, boating, art, and geocaching*.

6:30 pm – 10 am

HORSING AROUND WITH MOM OR DAD FOR OLDER GIRLS FALL 2020 GRADES: 5-7

AUGUST 21-23 Each pair gets two hours of horse time, including a riding lesson in the ring as well as a short trail ride. Additional activites: Archery, swimming, boating, art, and more.

FAMILY OUTDOOR EXPLORATION DAY FALL 2020 GRADES: 1-4

GIR L & A D ULT F E E EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

$50 • $60 • $70

D U R AT I O N 9:30 am – 4 pm

GIR L & A D ULT F E E EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

$25 • $30 • $35

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Edith Mayo

July 19-20

Singing Hills

June 22, July 6

Whether your family is new to camping or are experts already, this camp session is for you. Set up a tent (bring yours or use one of ours) and join us for a relaxing overnight. Additional activities include archery, slacklining (tightrope walking), and outdoor skill building. Breakfast and lunch are included.

Spend some special time with your family and see what camp's all about. Activity choices include swimming, boating, archery, arts and crafts, fire-building, and geocaching*. Lunch and staff-led activities are included.

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4-DAY SESSIONS

4 days, 3 overnights All sessions are Sunday-Wednesday

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CHILL CAMP

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FALL 2020 GRADES: 2-3

FALL 2020 GRADES: 2-3

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$355 • $390 • $465

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Elk River

June 21-24 June 28-July 1

Lakamaga

July 19-22, July 26-29 August 2-5, August 9-12

Relax in and beside Lake Barbara—our sand bottom, chlorinated swimming pond. Tie-dye a pair of socks and take part in yoga, manicures, and making bath bombs. Cook up decadent desserts in the kitchen and finish the week singing around the campfire.

Not afraid to get your hands dirty at camp? Then this session is perfect for you! Make your own mud paint and throw it around to make your very own work of art, experiment with ooey-gooey slime recipes, and have a color war. Clean off with a dip in the lake and celebrate your time at camp by making the ultimate messy dessert.

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CODEWORD: CAMP FALL 2020 GRADES: 3-5

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ART EXPLOSION

$355 • $390 • $465

FALL 2020 GRADES: 2-4

FEE EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

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Lakamaga

July 19-22, July 26-29, August 2-5, August 9-12

Art meets science at this camp—and it’s an explosive combination. Unleash your creative spirit by making a galaxy t-shirt, crystal jewelry, and homemade volcanoes. You’ll experiment with new techniques and learn the science behind it all. Campers will also enjoy other activities like archery and spending time at the waterfront.

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Lakamaga

July 19-22, July 26-29 August 2-5, August 9-12

Your mission, should you choose to accept it: Become a secret agent! Your training will have you completing riddle relays, breaking codes, and mastering the art of disguise. Put your spy training skills to the test as you maneuver a “laser” maze, build clever gadgets, and solve a mystery with camp-wide consequences! You’ll take a break from detective life by participating in other camp activities like swimming and art. YOU’LL EARN THE JUNIOR DETECTIVE BADGE

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WILD FOR WATER

FALL 2020 GRADES: 3-5

FALL 2020 GRADES: 4-5

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$355 • $390 • $465

$355 • $390 • $465

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Elk River

June 21-24, June 28- July 1

Lakamaga

July 19-22, July 26-29, August 2-5, August 9-12

Lakamaga

July 19-22, July 26-29, August 2-5, August 9-12

For the girl that’s part fish, this camp offers maximum water time. Swim, canoe, and kayak and enjoy a floating lunch on the pontoon boat or fishing from our dock. Campers do activities like archery and art.

If you’re happiest outdoors, then this camp is for you! Cook a meal over a campfire. Hike using trail signs. Give geocaching a shot by using a GPS to discover hidden treasures. When you’re not exploring, you’ll be doing activities like swimming, boating, and archery.

BITS & BRIDLES FALL 2020 GRADES: 4-5

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$440 • $480 • $575 C A MP

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Elk River

June 21-24, June 28- July 1

You don’t need prior experience to love these incredible animals. This beginner camp is ideal for girls who want to pet, groom, and learn about horses. Girls learn the basics of barn safety, tack and equipment, grooming, and riding. Girls receive at least three hours of riding and barn time, plus time for other camp activities like swimming and archery. YOU’LL EARN THE JUNIOR HORSEBACK RIDING BADGE

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6-DAY SESSIONS

6 days, 5 overnights All sessions are Sunday-Friday

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OUT OF THIS WORLD

EVERY GIRL IN A TENT

NEW SESSION FOR 2020

“GIRL ON FIRE” FALL 2020 GRADES: 4-6

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EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

$480 • $525 • $630

$480 • $525 • $630

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FALL 2020 GRADES: 4-5

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July 19-24, August 16-21

Elk River

August 2-7, August 16-21

Lakamaga

July 5-10

There’s nothing more awesome than camping out under the night sky, full of stars and wonder! Stay up late and follow a glow-in-the-dark scavenger hunt. Make galaxy slime, create and name a new universe, navigate by stars, and create an out-of-this-world dessert. YOU’LL EARN THE JUNIOR SPACE SCIENCE INVESTIGATOR BADGE

What would you do if you were Katniss Everdeen from The Hunger Games? Travel to a world where survival skills are explored and encouraged. You’ve got one week to master your fire-building, campfire-cooking, and jackknife skills. Pitch a tent, navigate with a compass, and build a wilderness shelter. Use your newfound skills on an overnight in the backwoods of camp. YOU’LL EARN THE JUNIOR CAMPER BADGE

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June 28-July 3

7-10

July 12-17

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$585 • $640 • $765

Be a risk-taker as you learn balance and strength through activities such as juggling, unicycle, trapeze, and aerial silks. You’ll spend part of each day learning from the pros at Flying Colors Trapeze School located near camp. You’ll also have time back at camp to take part in activities like kayaking, archery, or low ropes.

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July 12-17

7-10

June 28-July 3

FEE EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

$585 • $640 • $765

Have the adventure of a lifetime by learning to fly through the air and do tricks on the trapeze! In this session, you’ll spend part of each day learning from the pros at Flying Colors Trapeze School. You’ll also have time to take part in activities like kayaking, archery, or low ropes. 2 0 2 0 G I R L S C O U T S R I V E R V A L L E Y S S U M M E R C A M P C ATA L O G

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SURVIVOR GIRL

FALL 2020 GRADES: 4-6

6 - DAY

S E S S I O N S

BOWS + ARROWS

WATER WARRIORS

FALL 2020 GRADES: 5-7

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FALL 2020 GRADES: 5-7

EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

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$480 • $525 • $630

$480 • $525 • $630

$480 • $525 • $630

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Elk River

July 19-24, August 16-21

Elk River

August 2-7, August 16-21

Lakamaga

June 28-July 3, July 5-10, July 12-17

Lakamaga

July 5-10

Lakamaga

July 5-10

Northwoods

June 21-26, July 5-10

Want to be an ace at archery? Then this session is perfect for you! Become a great shot, practice stringing a bow, improve your stance, and finetune your aim by playing archery games like tic-tac-toe and battleship. Besides archery activities, you’ll have the chance to explore canoeing, swimming, art, and building a campfire. YOU’LL EARN THE CADETTE ARCHERY BADGE

Spend time preparing for your outdoorsurvival experience by practicing fire- and shelter-building skills at one of more advanced sessions. Then head out to the backwoods of camp where you’ll live and breathe the outdoors for three days. Sleep in tents and cook your meals over the fire, while developing your teambuilding and outdoors skills. Get a hero’s welcome when you return to civilization and celebrate your achievement with some welldeserved swim time and treats.

Dive into all the water activities that camp has to offer! This includes kayaking, stand-up paddle-boarding, snorkeling, a floating lunch, sunset swimming, and water games. While your days will be on the water, you’ll still get time to explore with your new friends and relax around a campfire in the evening.

MISSION HAPPINESS FALL 2020 GRADES: 6-8

YOU’LL EARN EITHER THE JUNIOR CAMPER BADGE OR CADETTE TRAILBLAZER BADGE

NIGHT OWLS FALL 2020 GRADES: 6-8

CHILL CAMP FALL 2020 GRADES: 6-8

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Northwoods

August 2-7, August 9-14

$480 • $525 • $630

This session is a hoot! Summon your inner nocturnal animal by staying up late and sleeping in like a night owl. Stay up until 1 a.m. every night and sleep in. Night Owls will do camp activities in atypical ways as well as nighttime activities like stargazing and night hikes. YOU’LL EARN THE CADETTE NIGHT OWLS BADGE

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Elk River

July 19-24

Get ready to say, “ommm!” and take a break from the busyness of life and kick back at camp. Find your own personal Zen through yoga, create an all-natural spa product, enjoy healthy snacks, and unwind with an art project. You’ll enjoy other activities like boating, campfires, and bonding with your bunkmates. You're guaranteed to leave feeling refreshed!

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Elk River

August 16-21

Your mission: Spread as much joy as possible during your week at camp. Sharpen your skills in stealth, hilarity, and delight as you and your team plan secret surprises. Will you charm the younger campers with an unexpected tea party? Amuse the lunchtime crowd with a perfect flash mob? Dazzle another cabin with sneaky decorations? Between missions, try all your camp favorites, like archery, low ropes, and swimming. YOU’LL EARN THE CADETTE SCIENCE OF HAPPINESS BADGE


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SUMMER CAMP CLASSIC FALL 2020 GRADES: 4-8

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Elk River

July 5-10, July 12-17, July 26-31 August 9-14

Lakamaga

June 28-July 3, July 12-17

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This popular camp offers the ultimate camp experience, with activities chosen by you upon your arrival. If you want to try a ton of activities—from kayaking to art—while making new friends, this camp is for you! You’ll have time with your bunkmates to explore other activities too (An all-camp game, anyone?). Plus, you’ll have the chance to earn honor pins and sleep one night in a tent to earn your Every Girl in a Tent patch!

Saddle Up Sessions Embrace your love of horses! Girls come back every summer to our most popular horse session to become better riders. Get lessons on barn safety, horse care, tack and equipment, and grooming. Campers will grow in confidence and leadership as they learn progressively challenging skills.

Skill level: You’ll be placed in a level that fits your skillset and we help you progress at your own pace.

SADDLE UP AT ELK RIVER FALL 2020 GRADES: 4-9

D AT E S July 5-10, July 12-17, July 19-24, July 26-31 August 2-7, August 9-14, August 16-21

FEE EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

$560 • $615 • $735

Embrace your love of horses at Camp Elk River’s Whispering Prairie Equestrian center! You’ll have a minimum of 3 hours of horse time per day, Monday through Thursday (which will include at least 1.5 hours of riding). Level 3 and 4 riders will get the chance to camp overnight with their horses on the far end of camp.

SADDLE UP AT NORTHWOODS FALL 2020 GRADES: 5-11

D AT E S June 21-26, June 28-July 3, July 5-10, July 12-17, July 19-24, July 26-31, August 2-7, August 9-14

FEE EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

$560 • $615 • $735

Embrace your love of horses at beautiful Camp Northwoods! You’ll have a minimum of 3 hours of horse time per day, Monday through Thursday (which will include at least 1.5 hours of riding). Level 3 and 4 riders will get the chance for an extended trail ride with the opportunity to ride their horse to lunch. 2 0 2 0 G I R L S C O U T S R I V E R V A L L E Y S S U M M E R C A M P C ATA L O G

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S E S S I O N S R E S I D E NT

C AM P :

6 - DAY

Power Girls Sessions at Camp Lakamaga

MAKE YOUR MARK Power Girls is taking over Camp Lakamaga June 21-26! If you love creating new things and taking on a big challenge, this session is for you. You'll work together to build a structure that will be used at camp.

D AT E S

F E E F O R E A C H P O W E R G IR L S S E S S I O N

JUNE 21-26

$480 • $525 • $630

Round out your time with camp activities of your choosing and make sure to schedule in a dip in the lake and a well-deserved s’more over a campfire. You won’t want to miss out on this groundbreaking, roof-raising experience!

POWER GIRLS: CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN GRADES 4-8, 9-12 Work on a real construction project learning carpentry, measurement, and how to use some awesome tools. (Did somebody say power saw?!) You’ll grow your construction expertise in other skills like electrical wiring, tiling, and painting, and then round out your tool belt learning outdoor and survival skills. Girls will be placed in groups by age and all girls will have the chance to take part in the building.

EA RLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBE R

YOU'LL EARN THE POWER GIRLS BASE PATCH AND OTHER ADD-ON PATCHES.

POWER GIRLS: PROJECT MANAGER GRADES 6-12 Have you been to Power Girls and want to take on a new challenge? Get ready for the next level! In this session, you’ll help manage the build site and mentor new campers. You’ll also get to meet and work with women in the construction field. You’ll expand your knowledge in electrical wiring, painting, or tiling, but you’ll spend most of your Power Girls time at the build site. Prerequisite: Girls that have previously participated in a Power Girls session.

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2 0 2 0 G I R L S C O U T S R I V E R V A L L E Y S S U M M E R C A M P C ATA L O G


F E E F O R E A C H W IL D E R N E S S T R IP S E S S I O N EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

$495 • $545 • $650

3-day Trips

NAMEKAGON RIVER CANOE

NAMEKAGON RIVER KAYAK

NORTH COUNTRY TRAIL BACKPACK

JULY 19-24, JULY 26-31

JUNE 28-JULY 3 AUGUST 2-7

JUNE 28-JULY 3, JULY 5-10 JULY 12-17

After spending your first days prepping at camp, you’ll head out on a 3-day kayaking trip on the beautiful Namekagon River.

After spending your first days prepping at camp, you’ll head out on a 3-day backpacking trip scenic on the North Country Trail.

EXPERIENCE LEVEL

EXPERIENCE LEVEL

Previous tent camping experience recommended.

Previous tent camping experience recommended.

After spending your first days prepping at camp, you’ll head out on a 3-day canoeing trip on the beautiful Namekagon River.

FALL 2020 GRADES

5-8

EXPERIENCE LEVEL

Previous tent camping experience recommended.

2 0 2 0 G I R L S C O U T S R I V E R V A L L E Y S S U M M E R C A M P C ATA L O G

R E S I D E NT

C AM P :

6 - DAY

HIT THE TRAIL DURING THESE ADVENTUROUS CAMP SESSIONS, WHERE YOU’LL EXPERIENCE ALL THE GRIT AND GLORY OF WILDERNESS TRIPPING. YOU’LL SPEND THE FIRST DAYS PREPPING ON-SITE AT CAMP NORTHWOODS BEFORE HEADING OUT ON A THREE-DAY TRIP PERFECTING YOUR SKILLS AT AN ACTIVITY BASED ON YOUR SELECTED SESSION. YOU’LL SHARPEN AND GAIN CONFIDENCE IN OUTDOOR SKILLS WHILE YOU GET AWAY FROM IT ALL AND MAKE SOME EPIC MEMORIES.

S E S S I O N S

Wilderness Trip Sessions at Camp Northwoods

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S E S S I O N S

THE ART STUDIO

FALL 2020 GRADES: 6-9

FALL 2020 GRADES: 6-9

R E S I D E NT

C AM P :

6 - DAY

CHOP IT, STIR IT, ROLL IT!

FALL 2020 GRADES: 7-10

FEE

FEE

FEE

EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

$480 • $525 • $630

$480 • $525 • $630

$480 • $525 • $630

C A MP

D AT E( S )

C A MP

D AT E( S )

C A MP

D AT E( S )

Northwoods

June 21-26, July 12-17

Lakamaga

June 28-July 3 , July 5-10, July 12-17

Lakamaga

June 28-July 3, July 5-10, July 12-17

If you are ready to be adventurous in the kitchen and over the fire, then this is a delicious week to be at camp! From salads and soups, to breads and pies, learn to prepare some new dishes in the kitchen as well as over the campfire. Work up an appetite enjoying camp activities like archery, swimming, and art.

Spend time in our art studio drawing, painting, creating, and firing sculptures in our on-site kiln. Each day you’ll learn about a new woman artist and use her work as inspiration for your next masterpiece. Grow as an artist and learn about new creative processes that are sure to spark your imagination. You’ll also explore other activities like boating, swimming, and archery, and will have time set aside to bond with your bunkmates.

Boost your boating skills at this camp session with the most boating time. Kayak on Big Marine Lake, practice yoga on a paddle board, and sail away on our Wind Blazer sail boats. While most days are on the water, you still get to explore the rest of camp with your new friends and relax around a campfire in the evening.

MY CAMP BUCKET LIST

CHILL CAMP

YOU DID WHAT AT CAMP?!

FALL 2020 GRADES: 7-10

FALL 2020 GRADES: 9-11

FALL 2020 GRADES: 9-12

YOU’LL EARN THE CADETTE NEW CUISINE BADGE

FEE

FEE

FEE

EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

$480 • $525 • $630

$480 • $525 • $630

$480 • $525 • $630

C A MP

D AT E( S )

C A MP

D AT E( S )

C A MP

D AT E( S )

Northwoods

July 5-10, July 19-24, July 26-31

Elk River

August 2-7

Elk River

July 19-24

Northwoods

June 21-26, June 28-July 3 July 12-17

This camp packs all epic camp experiences into one session: ƣƣ Go horseback riding ƣƣ Go swimming ƣƣ Eat lunch off of a kayak ƣƣ Have a movie night (Popcorn included!) ƣƣ Have a color war ƣƣ Play glow-in-thedark games at night

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SAIL AWAY

ƣƣ Have a campfire with s’mores ƣƣ Explore the hidden trails of camp ƣƣ Raid the kitchen ƣƣ And, most importantly, stay up late and sleep in until late morning.

Get ready to say, “ommm!” Take a break from the busyness of life and kick back at camp. Develop self-care skills through yoga. Create an all-natural spa product like sugar scrub or bath fizzies. Enjoy healthy snacks with fresh ingredients and unwinding with a low-stress art project. With your newfound energy, you’re sure to be up for boating, campfires, and bonding with your bunkmates. With the relaxed vibe, you're guaranteed to leave feeling refreshed at peace.

2 0 2 0 G I R L S C O U T S R I V E R V A L L E Y S S U M M E R C A M P C ATA L O G

Think you can’t watch movies, stay up late, or raid the kitchen at camp? Think again! At this session, you’ll get to do things you’ve never been able to at camp including creating your own all-you-can-eat super-deluxe ice cream sundae! Have a dance party, stay up late to stargaze, sleep in, eat dessert for dinner, and spend a whole day at the beach. Every day will be a new adventure at this camp just for older girls.


WATER

# OF DAYS

HORSE # OF HOURS

STEM

ADVENTURE

LEADERSHIP

EVERY GIRL IN A TENT

NEW SESSION FOR 2020

13-DAY SESSIONS REGIS T ER F OR 13 - DAY CA MP S S TA R T ING F EBRUA RY 20 AT 8:3 0 A M.

13 days, 12 overnights All sessions are Sunday-the following Friday

All of our 13+day camps are perfect for girls looking for an outdoor adventure camp experience.

TRAILBLAZER

C AM P :

FALL 2020 GRADES: 5-11

FEE EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

D AT E S

Northwoods

June 21-July 3, July 5-17, July 19-31 August 2-14

R E S I D E NT

$930 • $1,035 • $1,240 C A MP

S E S S I O N S

FIRST-TIME CAMPERS # OF NIGHTS

1 3 - DAY

Key

If you can’t get enough of horses, you’re not alone! We’ve created this longer horse camp experience for you. Immerse yourself in riding and caring for your favorite animal. This session is open to beginning riders through experts. After a short riding assessment, you’ll be placed in an appropriate level and progress at your own pace. All levels incorporate extra lessons on barn safety, horse care, tack and equipment, and grooming. You’ll also enjoy a half-day trail ride and take your horse and your tent for an overnight on camp property.

GO NORTH FALL 2020 GRADES: 6-8

FEE EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

$905• $995 • $1,190 C A MP

D AT E S

Northwoods

June 21-July 3, July 19-31

For the adventure-loving girl who wants to do it all and get a ton of camp time, Go North is for you. You’ll spend two weeks enjoying a mix of camp activities like canoeing and campfires, along with day-trip adventures like rock climbing, zip lining, hiking, and more! Explore all that Camp Northwoods has to offer during this well-loved session. 2 0 2 0 G I R L S C O U T S R I V E R V A L L E Y S S U M M E R C A M P C ATA L O G

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S E S S I O N S 1 3+DAY C AM P : R E S I D E NT

Wilderness Trip Sessions at Camp Northwoods HIT THE TRAIL DURING THESE ADVENTUROUS CAMP SESSIONS, WHERE YOU’LL EXPERIENCE ALL THE GRIT AND GLORY OF WILDERNESS TRIPPING. YOU’LL SPEND THE FIRST DAYS PREPPING ON-SITE AT CAMP NORTHWOODS BEFORE HEADING OUT ON A MULTI-DAY TRIP PERFECTING YOUR SKILLS AT AN ACTIVITY BASED ON YOUR SELECTED SESSION. YOU’LL SHARPEN AND GAIN CONFIDENCE IN OUTDOOR SKILLS WHILE YOU GET AWAY FROM IT ALL AND MAKE SOME EPIC MEMORIES.

EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

$905 • $995 • $1,190

6-day Trips

8-day Trips

10-day Trip

FALL 2020 G RAD ES 6 -9

FALL 2020 G RAD ES 7-10

FALL 2020 G RAD ES 8-11

NAMEKAGON RIVER CANOE

CHIPPEWA FLOWAGE KAYAK

CHIPPEWA RIVER CANOE

JULY 5-17

JULY 5-17

AUGUST 2-14

After spending your first days prepping at camp, you’ll head out on a 6-day canoeing trip on the beautiful Namekagon River. Experience level: Previous canoeing experience recommended.

After spending your first days prepping at camp, you’ll head out on a 8-day kayaking trip on the beautiful Chippewa Flowage where you’ll enjoy the spectacular natural scenery. Explore islands, points, bays, and channel waterways along your journey. Experience level: Previous canoeing or kayaking experience recommended.

Take your canoe and wildernesstripping skills further than you have before. After spending your first days prepping at camp, you’ll head out on a 10-day canoe trip on the beautiful Chippewa River—enjoying wooded valleys and quiet campsites along the way. You’ll develop confidence, courage, and leadership as you master outdoor skills like river navigation and campfire cooking. And, most importantly, you'll make memories that will last a lifetime. Experience level: Previous canoeing and/or kayaking trip experience required.

NAMEKAGON RIVER KAYAK JULY 19-31 After spending your first days prepping at camp, you’ll head out on a 6-day kayaking trip on the beautiful Namekagon River. Experience level: Previous canoeing or kayaking experience recommended.

NORTH COUNTRY TRAIL BACKPACK JULY 19-31 After spending your first days prepping at camp, you’ll head out on a scenic 6-day backpacking trip on the North Country Trail. Experience level: Previous remote camping experience recommended.

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F E E F O R E A C H T R IP S E S S I O N

SUPERIOR HIKING TRAIL BACKPACK AUGUST 2-14 After spending your first days prepping at camp, you’ll head out on a 8-day backpacking trip on the Superior Hiking Trail where you’ll enjoy the beautiful views of Lake Superior, wooded valleys, and quiet campsites along your journey. Experience level: Previous backpacking and hiking experience recommended.

2 0 2 0 G I R L S C O U T S R I V E R V A L L E Y S S U M M E R C A M P C ATA L O G

YOU’LL EARN THE CADETTE TRAILBLAZER BADGE FROM GOING ON ANY OF THESE WILDERNESS TRIPS.


ADVENTURE

LEADERSHIP

EVERY GIRL IN A TENT

NEW SESSION FOR 2020

LEADERSHIP SESSIONS ALL GIRLS INTERESTED IN A LEADERSHIP SESSION MUST FILL OUT AN ONLINE APPLICATION LOCATED ON CAMP.GIRLSCOUTSRV.ORG/LEADERSHIP-SESSIONS. SEE PAGE 31 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING I (CIT I) FALL 2020 GRADES: 10-12

FALL 2020 GRADES: 11-12

FEE

D U R AT I O N

COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING II (CIT II)

EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

D U R AT I O N

FEE EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

$435 • $475 • $570

$515 • $575 • $690

C A MP

D AT E S

C A MP

D AT E S

Elk River

July 19-31

Lakamaga

July 12-31

Lakamaga

July 5-17

Northwoods

July 5-24, July 26-August 14

Northwoods

June 21-July 3, August 2-14

Share your love of Girl Scout Camp with younger girls and learn the skills you need to become a camp staff member! Through CIT I, you’ll take on leadership roles at camp and help lead activities alongside counselors, offer input, and gain valuable leadership and career skills. YOU’LL EARN THE CIT I PIN

This three-week session is the next step in the CIT program. Building on your previous CIT I experience, you’ll take part in a week of intensive leadership skills training, shadow camp staff members, and see behind the scenes into what it takes to run a camp. Learn behavior management techniques, effective communication, decision-making and conflict resolution. Serving as a role model for our other campers, you'll spend more time in units with camp counselors, planning and delivering programs. Prerequisite: Completion of CIT I YOU’LL EARN THE CIT I PIN

WILDERNESS GUIDE-IN-TRAINING (WGIT)

WRANGLER-IN-TRAINING (WIT) FALL 2020 GRADE: 12

FALL 2020 GRADE: 12

D U R AT I O N

FEE

D U R AT I O N

FEE EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

$515 • $575 • $690

EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

$515 • $575 • $690

C A MP

D AT E S

C A MP

D AT E S

Northwoods

July 26-August 14

Northwoods

July 26–August 14

This three-week session is the next step in the CIT program. Learn to teach outdoor skills and minimal impact camping, and share your passion for wilderness trips with younger girls! As a WGIT, you’ll help trip staff and leaders prepare for wilderness trips. Depending on the schedule, you may even go with a group out on trail. Prerequisites: Completion of CIT II, previous remote camping experience, and extensive leadership experience required.

S E S S I O N S

# OF HOURS

STEM

LE AD E R S H I P

# OF DAYS

HORSE

1 3+DAY

# OF NIGHTS

WATER

C AM P :

FIRST-TIME CAMPERS

R E S I D E NT

Key

Spend the summer teaching younger girls about your favorite topic: horses! This three-week session is the final step in the CIT program. Learn specifics of teaching barn science, caring for horses, and riding skills. Shadow barn staff, help with barn and horse care, share your horse knowledge with younger girls, and spend time with campers during other activities. Prerequisites: Completion of CIT II and at least three years of horseback riding experience.

2 0 2 0 G I R L S C O U T S R I V E R V A L L E Y S S U M M E R C A M P C ATA L O G

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at troop camp


STEM

# OF HOURS

ADVENTURE

LEADERSHIP

EVERY GIRL IN A TENT

NEW SESSION FOR 2020

REGIS T ER F OR T R OOP CA MP S S TA R T ING M A R CH 3 AT 8:3 0 A M. Attending camp as a troop is a great way for girls to bond, challenge themselves, support one another, and build new skills in the outdoors.

Our camp staff lead the activities, provide outdoor guidance, and coordinate meals and housing.

At troop camp, girls choose camp activities like swimming, arts, walking in the woods, canoeing, kayaking, archery, challenge course, and building campfires.

Adults chaperones are required for the duration of every session—no training or experience is needed. See chart on page 29 for specifics on how many are required per troop.

1-DAY SESSIONS

Longest session is one day

MINI HORSING AROUND

PRINCESS BOOT CAMP

FALL 2020 GRADES: 3-12

FALL 2020 GRADES: 1-4

D U R AT I O N

4 hours • 1 pm–5 pm

G IR L & A D ULT ME MB E R F E E

$55

D U R AT I O N

9:30 am-4:30 pm

GIR L & A D ULT ME MB E R F E E

$25

C A MP

D AT E S

C A MP

D AT E S

Elk River

August 28, August 29, August 30

Edith Mayo

July 7, July 21

Venture to camp for two hours of horse fun which includes a ring riding lesson and lessons on grooming, saddling, and horse safety. After your fun at the barn, head to the archery range for some excitement. Open to girls, parents, and troop leaders.

S E S S I O N S

# OF DAYS

HORSE

1 - DAY

# OF NIGHTS

WATER

C AM P :

FIRST-TIME CAMPERS

TRO O P

Key

Being a princess is more than wearing big gowns and tiaras, it’s about being courageous and dreaming big! Your troop will learn how to paint like Rapunzel, shoot an arrow like Merida, cook outdoors like Tiana, and do martial arts like Mulan. By the end of this session, you'll be ready to protect and rule your kingdom!

OUTDOOR EXPLORATION DAY FALL 2020 GRADES: 1-4

D U R AT I O N

9:30 am-4:30 pm

G IR L & A D ULT ME MB E R F E E

$25

C A MP

D AT E S

Singing Hills

August 8

Introduce your troop to the camp experience during this fun session. Do teambuilding activities, build a shelter, create dip candles, learn fire-building basics, shoot an arrow, and explore the outdoors. A camp lunch and snack are provided.

2 0 2 0 G I R L S C O U T S R I V E R V A L L E Y S S U M M E R C A M P C ATA L O G

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S E S S I O N S 2 - DAY C AM P : TRO O P 26

2-DAY SESSIONS

2 days, 1 overnight All sessions are Thursday-Friday

AROUND THE WORLD

TREASURE HUNT

FALL 2020 GRADES: 1-4

FALL 2020 GRADES: 1-4

D U R AT I O N

9:30 am-1 pm the next day

GIR L & A D ULT ME MB E R F E E

$110

D U R AT I O N

9:30 am-1 pm the next day

GIR L & A D ULT ME MB E R F E E

$110

C A MP

D AT E S

C A MP

D AT E S

Singing Hills

June 25-26, July 9-10, July 23-24

Singing Hills

July 2-3, July 16-17, July 30-31

Learn about the world through the origins of traditional camp activities. Travel to Peru and Japan to practice new tie-dying techniques. Head over to Greece for teambuilding activities at the low ropes course. Then end your travels by going to Hawaii to relax while trying stand up paddleboarding.

2 0 2 0 G I R L S C O U T S R I V E R V A L L E Y S S U M M E R C A M P C ATA L O G

Ahoy, Matey! There is treasure to find at Camp Singing Hills and we need your help. Take part in boating, archery, outdoor skill-learning, and swimming to receive a piece of the treasure map. Work together to complete the map, find the treasure, and celebrate your successful expedition.


D U R AT I O N

6:30 pm-10 am

GIR L & A D ULT ME MB E R F E E

D U R AT I O N

GIR L & A D ULT ME MB E R F E E

$170

C A MP

D AT E S

6:30 pm-4 pm

Singing Hills

June 26-28, July 10-12 July 24-26

C A MP

D AT E S

Singing Hills

June 19-21, July 17-19 August 14-16

TROOP CAMP YOUR WAY FALL 2020 GRADES: 2-12

D U R AT I O N

2:30 pm-1 pm

GIR L & A D ULT ME MB E R F E E

FALL 2020 GRADES: 4-12

FALL 2020 GRADES: 2-6

$150

Enjoy camp with your troop during this action-packed weekend session. Your troop picks the activities like swimming, art, canoeing, low ropes, archery, biking, and more. Our camp staff will lead all the activities. Plus, you’ll get free time for extra troop bonding and discovering all that camp has to offer.

WEEKEND WITH HORSES

Enjoy a longer stay at camp with your troop during this action-packed weekend session. Your troop picks the activities like swimming, art, canoeing, low ropes, archery, biking, and more. Our camp staff will lead all the activities. Plus, you’ll get free time for extra troop bonding and take part in an all-camp game.

D U R AT I O N

6:30 pm-10 am

G IR L ME MB E R FEE

A D U LT ME MB E R FEE

$185

$150

C A MP

D AT E S

Northwoods

July 17-19, July 31-August 2 August 14-16

Nothing brings a troop together faster than love of horses. Learn the basics of horse equipment, anatomy, safety, care, and discover horse-related jobs. Each troop will spend part of the day at the barn, which includes 1.5 hours on the horse in the ring and on the trail. Adults will not ride. Transportation: A bus ride to Camp Northwoods from Camp Lakamaga is provided. Start and end times may vary if taking the bus to and from camp.

S E S S I O N S

OUTDOOR EXTRAVAGANZA EXTENDED

3 - DAY

FALL 2020 GRADES: 2-6

C AM P :

OUTDOOR EXTRAVAGANZA

3 days, 2 overnights

TRO O P

3-DAY SESSIONS

$165

C A MP

D AT E S

Singing Hills

June 28-30, July 12-14 July 26-28

Create your own troop adventure at camp! Camp staff will lead three activities each full day at camp and the rest of the time will be up to your troop to decide. Swim, shoot bows and arrows, or work on badges and Journeys (like the Troop Camp badge), or relax! It’s up to your girls. All meals and snacks are provided.

2 0 2 0 G I R L S C O U T S R I V E R V A L L E Y S S U M M E R C A M P C ATA L O G

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S E S S I O N S C AM P DAY M AYO E D ITH C AM P

at day camp Key

FIRST-TIME CAMPERS WATER HORSE # OF NIGHTS # OF DAYS # OF HOURS

STEM ADVENTURE NEW SESSION FOR 2020

LEADERSHIP

EVERY GIRL IN A TENT

REGIS TER FOR EDITH MAYO DAY CAMP S S TAR TING MARCH 3 AT 8:30 AM. Edith Mayo Day Camp is an amazing way to introduce your girl to the great outdoors. Each week will have a different theme as girls learn new skills, meet new friends, and try new things!

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Girls will need to bring their own bag lunch, but a snack will be provided each day. On Wednesdays, girls also have the option to stay overnight in a tent.

ANIMAL ADVENTURES WEEK

WIZARDS, WITCHES, AND WARLOCKS WEEK

FALL 2020 GRADES: 1-6

FALL 2020 GRADES: 1-6

AUGUST 3-7 EVERY DAY 9 AM-4:30 PM

AUGUST 10-14 EVERY DAY 9 AM-4:30 PM

GIR L ME MB E R F E E

GIR L ME MB E R F E E

$210

$210

Are you ready to get WILD? Join us as we learn all about wild animals. Become an expert zoologist by playing a game of Predator vs. Prey, practice your camouflage skills, and go on a safari hike. You may even get the opportunity to meet some animals up close!

Discover the world of magic! Create your wand and take classes in Charms (Art), Herbology, Potions (STEM), and Transfiguration. Throughout the week, take a break from learning about magic and take part in other camp activities like archery and outdoor cooking. End the week by playing a game of Quidditch and competing in the Tri-Wizard Tournament.

2 0 2 0 G I R L S C O U T S R I V E R V A L L E Y S S U M M E R C A M P C ATA L O G

DAY CAMP CADDIES FALL 2020 GRADES: 7-12

AUGUST 3-7, AUGUST 10-14 EVERY DAY 9 AM-5 PM GIR L ME MB E R F E E

$60 Ready to be a role model at camp? Then being a Caddie is for you! Caddies strengthen their leadership skills and meet new friends while working with younger girls under the supervision of a staff member. Caddies also assist in leading a variety of activities, games, and songs. Caddies also have the option to stay overnight in a tent on Wednesday. Perfect for: Leadership skill-building


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20 RESIDENT CAMP 4-DAY SESSIONS

RESIDENT CAMP 6-DAY & 13+DAY SESSIONS

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21

TUESDAY, MARCH 3

FAMILY CAMP SESSIONS

TROOP CAMP & EDITH MAYO DAY CAMP SESSIONS

HOW T O PREPA RE F OR REGIS T R AT ION

HOW T O PREPA RE F OR T R OOP REGIS T R AT ION

Online registration is the best way to ensure your spot.

CONFIRM CURRENT GIRL MEMBERSHIPS

CONFIRM EBIZ ACCOUNT INFO BY FEB. 7 Log in to your eBiz (our event registration system) account by February 7, 2020 to make sure that your password and profile information are correct or to create a new account. Never registered for camp online before? Contact us at 800-845-0787 to set up an account. You can also register by phone at 800-845-0787 day-of or by completing a paper registration form (available on request). Please note: Registrations are processed on a first-come, first-served basis. We do not have waiting lists.

Make sure that all girls in your troop have an active Girl Scout membership.

C AM P FO R R EG I S TE R

Opening time is 8:30 am each day.

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CAMP REGISTRATION OPENS ON A ROLLING BASIS STARTING FEBRUARY 19, 2020.

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HOW TO REGISTER FOR CAMP

CONFIRM ADULT MEMBERSHIPS & BACKGROUND CHECKS Confirm that adult chaperones have active Girl Scouts memberships and cleared background checks. Please note that this can take a few weeks to process, so be sure to get this done as soon as possible!

CONFIRM EBIZ ACCOUNT INFO BY FEB. 7 Log in to your eBiz (our event registration system) account by February 7, 2020 to make sure that your password and profile information are correct and that all the girls in your troop are appearing on your roster. If you notice any inconsistencies or any changes that need to be made, call us at 800-845-0787 right away.

CHECK FOR CONFLICTING SCHEDULES Girls in your troop may be registered for resident camp. Be sure to coordinate schedules with girls and adults to ensure that your troop camp session of choice isn’t on the same day(s) as your girls’ resident camp session(s).

HAVE ENOUGH ADULTS REGISTERED Know how many adults you’ll need to register, keeping in mind that there must be two adult chaperones that are not related: # O F GIR L S

# O F R E QUIR E D A D ULT S

1-8

2

9-12

3

13-16

4

17-20

5

Please note: Registrations are processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Troop camp registration fees must be paid in full at the time of registration.

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camp information For more detailed information on the camp experience, our different camp amenities, and frequently asked questions, visit Camp.GirlScoutsRV.org.

DEP O SI T A $25 nonrefundable deposit is required for Resident and Family Camp registration. If you would like to register a girl who isn’t in your household for resident or family camp, please call our office at 800-845-0787 since this option is not available online. You will be required to pay the deposit, but instructions on completing payment will be sent to the parent/guardian of the girl registered. Troop Camp registration fees must be paid in full at the time of registration.

REGIS T ERING F OR MULT IPL E CA MP T Y PE S If you hope to register for both a 4-day Resident Camp and a Family Camp (for example) you'll have to register on separate days (the 4-day Resident Camp on Feb. 19 and Family Camp on Feb. 21). Rolling registration is to ensure that our Customer Care staff are better able to serve you. When registrations come in on different days, we can focus our attention on one camp at a time to better meet your Girl Scouts’ needs and make it the best camp experience ever!

E A RLY RISER PRICING Resident and Family Camps are available at an Early Riser price from the day that registration opens (February 19–21) through the end of February. Registrants will pay the full price of camp starting on March 1. The Early Riser price is not transferable; if a registrant transfers to a different camp session or date after February 29, they will need to pay the full price of the new camp session and will not be able to transfer the price. Please note: this discount is not available to non-members.

F IN A NCI A L AS SIS TA NCE Girl Scout Camp is open to all Girl Scouts, regardless of family income. We make funds available to support girls by providing supplemental resources beyond a family’s ability to pay. Families who would like to request financial assistance for Resident, Family, and/or Day Camps should register online, pay a $25 non-refundable deposit fee, and submit a financial assistance application online at GirlScoutsRV.org/Financial-Assistance. Girl Scouts River Valleys will then notify families of the amount that will be covered. Any remaining balance that is not covered by financial assistance is due 30 days prior to the camp session. For Troop Camps, participants will need to register by phone at 800-845-0787 with a $25 deposit as this option is not available online. FIND THE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE APPLICATION ONLINE AT GirlScoutsRV.org/Financial-Assistance.

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T R A NSF ER S & CA NCEL L AT ION P OL ICY Registrants can cancel or transfer to another camp session up to 30 days before their camp session. To transfer or cancel your camp session and receive a refund (minus the $25 nonrefundable deposit), we must receive written or verbal notice at least 30 days prior to the start of your camp session. Registrants must be paid in full 30 days prior to camp. Refunds will not be issued for cancellations received less than 30 days prior to a camp session. Exceptions may be considered for emergency situations only. For more details, visit gsrv.gs/camp-cancellation-policy.

COOK IE CREDI T S & COUP ONS Cookie sellers can use Cookie Credits or camp coupons to help pay for camp. Girls who sell 825+ cookie packages are eligible for the Half-Off Camp Coupon (max. value of $250). Girls who sell 1,500+ packages of cookies are eligible for the Free Camp Coupon (max. value of $500). Girls who earn both the Half-Off and Free Camp Coupons can apply both to the same session. Credits and coupons will be applied to the original camp session cost. TO USE: Camp sessions can fill up quickly, so reserve your spot with a deposit and pay off your balance after the cookie sale with credits and coupons.

CONF IRM AT ION & F IN A L PAY MEN T Final payment for Resident and Family Camp is due 30 days before your camp session begins. Registrations submitted within 30 days of a session require full payment at that time. Troop camp payment is due at time of registration. Final payment can be completed online or over the phone with a credit card. If you are paying by check, Cookie Credits, Fall FUNds, Juliette Program Credits, any coupons, or a combination thereof, please submit your completed paper forms and payment by mail to: Girl Scouts River Valleys 400 Robert Street South Saint Paul, MN 55107

ACCE S SIBIL I T Y Girls of all abilities—including those with disabilities and health concerns—are welcome and encouraged to register. Prior to registering, we recommend you contact us so we can make sure we are able to provide accommodations and adequate support for your girl’s camp experience. Our staff can also help you choose the sessions that are best fit for your girl.


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We are able to provide gluten-free, lactose-free, vegetarian, and peanut/tree nut-free meals and snacks upon request. Requests must be placed at least one month before camp using the online form at Camp.GirlScoutsRV.org/contact. We do our best to limit cross-contamination, but as we do not have separate facilities, we cannot guarantee zero risk of cross-contamination. Our camps are also not peanut-free environments and we cannot accommodate airborne allergies. If you have other dietary needs, please contact us to review menus and in many cases, we can accommodate you sending special dietary foods/meals that can be warmed via microwave or oven while at camp.

In order to experience the full benefits of camp, campers are not permitted to have cell phones or devices that keep them plugged in and connected to their responsibilities at home. We believe, and research supports, that time away from screens and free from expectation of connection helps reduce anxiety and improve social skills.

CI T A PPL ICAT IONS All girls, regardless of number of previous years as a counselorin-training (CIT), will need to complete our brand-new online CIT application. Once you have filled out and submitted your application, it will be reviewed by a Girl Scouts River Valleys Camp Director. You will receive an email with your application status within two weeks of submission. If accepted, Girl Scouts River Valleys will register you in early-mid March and you will receive a session confirmation via email. No need to register for these sessions in February. APPLY ONLINE AT Camp.GirlScoutsRV.org/Leadership-Sessions.

BUDDY REQUE S T S If your girl and her friend are hoping to be bunkmates, please submit a buddy request at Camp.GirlScoutsRV.org/contactus or enter the buddy’s name in the “buddy request” field when completing registration online. In order to make buddy arrangements, both girls must be registered to attend the same session and request one another as buddies. We recommend limiting buddy requests to one girl since girls tend to have the most fun when they can meet new friends.

L O S T A ND F OUND Camp is not responsible for lost or stolen personal belongings, money, or any items left at camp. Lost-and-found items will be kept at camp for one month. Any items not claimed by that time will be donated. Please contact the Camp Director if items are forgotten at camp.

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DIE TA RY RE S T RIC T IONS & A L L ER GIE S

Girls will connect with nature, each other—and most importantly— their inner selves as they learn new skills and tackle new challenges with the caring support of a counselor in a safe and nurturing environment. To help girls build this connection we ask that they do not have their phones (or another internetconnected device) with them while at camp. We know in today’s world parents depend on being in contact with their children instantly via smart phones. Sometimes it’s difficult to remember a time when knowing what children were doing minute-to-minute was not a guarantee. But we’re here to remind you that our camp staff is trained and has girl safety as their top priority. If campers do bring electronic items to camp, the Camp Director will place it in a ziplock bag with their name on it, keep it safe, and return it at the end of their camp stay. In addition, this means that you will not receive photos, texts, or phone calls from your girl. Rest assured that we are providing them with the best camp experience and will help them adjust to their time away from home.

W E AT HER Campers learn weather emergency information and will practice drills. In the case of an actual weather emergency, we will put the safety of our girls first, which means we won’t be answering phone calls or emails during that time. We will send out updates once normal activity has resumed.

F OL L OW & TAG US ON S OCI A L @GIRLSCOUTSRV • @GSRVCAMP /GIRLSCOUTSRV • /GSRVCAMP @GIRLSCOUTSRV /GIRLSCOUTSRV

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CAMPS AT-A-GLANCE FA MILY CA MP SESSION

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L O C AT I O N

d at e s July 19-20 July 24-25, August 7-8 July 31-August 1 June 26-28, July 10-12, August 14-16 July 17-19, July 31-August 2 June 19-21 June 22, July 6 June 26-28, July 10-12, August 14-16 June 19-21 July 17-19, July 24-26, July 31-August 2, August 7-9

$145 • $155 • $185 $25 • $30 • $35 $175 • $190 • $225 $175 • $190 • $225 $175 • $190 • $225

EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

Family Tent Camping

K-12

Me + She: 1-Night

1-4

Me + She: 2-Night

1-4

Me + He: 2-Night Family Outdoor Exploration Day Horsing Around with Mom Horsing Around with Dad Horsing Around with Mom or Dad

1-4 1-4 1-4 1-4 1-4

Camp Edith Mayo Camp Lakamaga Camp Singing Hills Camp Elk River Camp Lakamaga Camp Elk River Camp Singing Hills Camp Elk River Camp Elk River Camp Elk River

$50 • $60 • $70

Horsing Around with Mom or Dad

5-7

Camp Elk River

August 21-23

$175 • $190 • $225

Chill Camp (2-3) Get Messy! Art Explosion

2-3 2-3 2-4

Camp Elk River Camp Lakamaga Camp Lakamaga

June 21-24, June 28- July 1 July 19-22, July 26-29, August 2-5, August 9-12 July 19-22, July 26-29, August 2-5, August 9-12

$355 • $390 • $465 $355 • $390 • $465 $355 • $390 • $465

Codeword: Camp

3-5

Camp Lakamaga

July 19-22, July 26-29, August 2-5, August 9-12

$355 • $390 • $465

June 21-24, June 28- July 1 July 19-22, July 26-29, August 2-5, August 9-12 July 19-22, July 26-29, August 2-5, August 9-12

$355 • $390 • $465

$110 • $115 • $135 $145 • $155 • $185

RE SIDEN T CA MP

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Outdoors & S’mores

3-5

Wild for Water

4-5

Camp Elk River Camp Lakamaga Camp Lakamaga

Bits & Bridles

4-5

Camp Elk River

June 21-24, June 28- July 1

$440 • $480 • $575

Out of This World

4-5 4-6

Circus Arts (4-6) Aerial Adventure (4-6)

4-6 4-6

Bows + Arrows

4-6

Survivor Girl

5-7

Water Warriors

5-7

Night Owls Chill Camp (6-8) Mission Happiness

6-8 6-8 6-8

Summer Camp Classic

4-8

Saddle Up at Elk River

4-9

Camp Elk River

Saddle Up at Northwoods

5-11

Camp Northwoods

Power Girls: Construction & Design Wilderness Trip: 3-Day Canoeing Wilderness Trip: 3-Day Kayaking Wilderness Trip: 3-Day Backpacking

4-12 5-8 5-8 5-8

Camp Lakamaga Camp Northwoods Camp Northwoods Camp Northwoods

July 19-24, August 16-21 August 2-7, August 16-21 July 5-10 June 28-July 3 July 12-17 July 19-24, August 16-21 July 5-10 August 2-7, August 16-21 July 5-10 June 28-July 3, July 5-10, July 12-17 June 21-26, July 5-10 August 2-7, August 9-14 July 19-24 August 16-21 July 5-10, July 12-17, July 26-31, August 9-14 June 28-July 3, July 12-17 July 5-10, July 12-17, July 19-24, July 26-31 August 2-7, August 9-14, August 16-21 June 21-26, June 28-July 3, July 5-10, July 12-17 July 19-24, July 26-31, August 2-7, August 9-14 June 21-26 July 19-24, July 26-31 June 28-July 3, August 2-7 June 28-July 3, July 5-10, July 12-17

$480 • $525 • $630

“Girl on Fire”

Camp Elk River Camp Elk River Camp Lakamaga Camp Lakamaga Camp Lakamaga Camp Elk River Camp Lakamaga Camp Elk River Camp Lakamaga Camp Lakamaga Camp Northwoods Camp Northwoods Camp Elk River Camp Elk River Camp Elk River Camp Lakamaga

$355 • $390 • $465

$480 • $525 • $630 $585 • $640 • $765 $585 • $640 • $765 $480 • $525 • $630 $480 • $525 • $630 $480 • $525 • $630 $480 • $525 • $630 $480 • $525 • $630 $480 • $525 • $630 $480 • $525 • $630 $560 • $615 • $735 $560 • $615 • $735 $480 • $525 • $630 $495 • $545 • $650 $495 • $545 • $650 $495 • $545 • $650


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Camp Northwoods Camp Lakamaga Camp Lakamaga Camp Lakamaga Camp Lakamaga Camp Lakamaga Camp Northwoods Camp Elk River Camp Elk River Camp Northwoods

June 21-26, July 12-17 June 28-July 3, July 5-10, July 12-17 June 21-26 July 12-17 June 28-July 3 June 28-July 3, July 5-10, July 12-17 July 5-10, July 19-24, July 26-31 August 2-7 July 19-24 June 21-26, June 28-July 3, July 12-17

$480 • $525 • $630 $480 • $525 • $630 $480 • $525 • $630 $585 • $640 • $765 $585 • $640 • $765 $480 • $525 • $630 $480 • $525 • $630 $480 • $525 • $630

EARLY RISER • MEMBER • NONMEMBER

Chop it, Stir it, Roll it! The Art Studio Power Girls: Project Manager Circus Arts (7-10) Aerial Adventure (7-10) Sail Away My Camp Bucket List Chill Camp (9-11)

6-9 6-9 6-12 7-10 7-10 7-10 7-10 9-11

You Did WHAT at Camp?!

9-12

Trailblazer Go North Wilderness Trip: 6-Day Namekagon River Canoe Wilderness Trip: 6-Day Namekagon River Kayak Wilderness Trip: 6-Day North Country Trail Backpack Wilderness Trip: 8-Day Chippewa Flowage Kayak Wilderness Trip: 8-Day Superior Hiking Trail Backpack Wilderness Trip: 10-Day Chippewa River Canoe

5-11 6-8

Camp Northwoods Camp Northwoods

June 21-July 3, July 5-17, July 19-31, August 2-14 June 21-July 3, July 19-31

$930 • $1,035 • $1,240 $905 • $995 • $1,190

6-9

Camp Northwoods

July 5-17

$905 • $995 • $1,190

6-9

Camp Northwoods

July 19-31

$905 • $995 • $1,190

6-9

Camp Northwoods

July 19-31

$905 • $995 • $1,190

6-9

Camp Northwoods

July 5-17

$905 • $995 • $1,190

7-10

Camp Northwoods

August 2-14

$905 • $995 • $1,190

8-11

Camp Northwoods

August 2-14

$905 • $995 • $1,190

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Camp Elk River Camp Lakamaga Camp Northwoods Camp Lakamaga Camp Northwoods Camp Northwoods Camp Northwoods

July 19-31 July 5-17 June 21-July 3, August 2-14 July 12-31 July 5-24, July 26-August 14 July 26 – August 14 July 26–August 14

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GIRL MEMBER • ADULT MEMBER

1-4 1-4 1-4 1-4 2-6

Camp Edith Mayo Camp Singing Hills Camp Singing Hills Camp Singing Hills Camp Singing Hills

July 7, July 21 August 8 June 25-26, July 9-10, July 23-24 July 2-3, July 16-17, July 30-31 June 26-28, July 10-12, July 24-26

$25 • $25 $25 • $25 $110 • $110 $110 • $110 $150 • $150

2-6

Camp Singing Hills

June 19-21, July 17-19, August 14-16

$170 • $170

2-12 3-12 4-12

Camp Singing Hills Camp Elk River Camp Northwoods

June 28-30, July 12-14, July 26-28 August 28, August 29, August 30 July 17-19, July 31-August 2, August 14-16

$165 • $165 $55 • $55 $185 • $150

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d at e s

G IRL MEMBER

Animal Adventures Week

1-6

Camp Edith Mayo

August 3-7

$210

Wizards, Witches, and Warlocks Week

1-6

Camp Edith Mayo

August 10-14

$210

Day Camp Caddies

7-12

Camp Edith Mayo

August 3-7, August 10-14

$60

Counselor in Training I (CIT I)

10-12

Counselor in Training II (CIT II)

11-12

Wrangler in Training (WIT) Wilderness Guide in Training (WGIT)

$480 • $525 • $630

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C AM P S

SESSION

$435 • $475 • $570

$515 • $575 • $690 $515 • $575 • $690 $515 • $575 • $690

T R OOP CA MP SESSION Troop Camp: Princess Boot Camp Troop Camp: Outdoor Exploration Day Troop Camp Overnight: Around the World Troop Camp Overnight: Treasure Hunt Troop Camp: Outdoor Extravaganza Troop Camp: Outdoor Extravaganza Extended Troop Camp Your Way Troop Camp: Mini-Horsing Around Troop Camp: Weekend with Horses

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EDI T H M AYO DAY CA MP SESSION

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camp care packages Care packages are a great way to add extra excitement to the camp experience and to provide your girls with mementos from their trip.

Order camp care packages online at GirlScoutsRV.org/Leadership-Sessions

The Adventurer

The Voyager

$25 PACK AGE INCL UDE S:

PACK AGE INCL UDE S:

ƣƣ WATER BOTTLE WITH CARABINER ƣƣ WATER BOTTLE STICKER

ƣƣ SLING BACKPACK ƣƣ EMBROIDERED PATCH ƣƣ CATICORN PLUSH ƣƣ MINI JOURNAL & SCENTED GEL PEN

ƣƣ SCRUNCHIE ƣƣ SOCKS

A DD A T- SHIR T F OR JUS T $12 34

$35

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ƣƣ TREASURE SURPRISE THINKING PUTTY & BAG CLIP ƣƣ DISCO FLASHLIGHT

SAVE 10% ON CARE PACKAGES W HEN YOU ORDER BY A PRIL 1!


F I R S T-T I M E C A M P E R S

W AT E R

HORSE

STEM

ADVENTURE

LEADERSHIP

EVERY GIRL IN A TENT

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From first-time camper to seasoned high-adventurer, we invite every girl to get outside, make a new friend, and grow in confidence as she ga...

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From first-time camper to seasoned high-adventurer, we invite every girl to get outside, make a new friend, and grow in confidence as she ga...

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