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Guarantee your spot with early resignation at B.I.G. Expo (Jan 11) JANUARY 11 Get Double you Nutty Dough* and Enter a Drawing** For Camp FEE Discount

* Must use nutty dough (money earned in fall 2013) to pay for camp. 2013 only. No cash value - If nutty dough exceeds cost of camp there is no refund of difference. ** No reason to wait register at B.I.G Expo with $50 despost and enter to win a drawing ( 12 prizes) Winners non-transferable. Discounts has no cash value. Balance due 3 weeks prior to camp



While at camp every girl will get to ride a horse (if they want and the weather cooperates), but those that want a more intense horse experience can sign up specifically for a horse program and spend more time with horses.

Girls will be tested on their riding abilities. Riding ability will determine participation in certain activities. Emphasis in all programs is on Western style instruction, ring work, and horse care. All horse camp girls will take an overnight ride (weather and experience permitting) and help other girls in camp learn to ride.

FEE 3 days $250; 5 days $500

Cooking Madness

Entering grades 2-8, Session 1 Entering grades 3-12, Session 10

Be a chef! Experiment with outdoor cooking, indoor cooking, and specialty cooking. Create a cookbook of cooking basics and treats you make.

The Science of Magic - Harry Potter Entering grades 2-12, Session 3

Play Quidditch, concoct potions, create gags for the Weasley’s, hone wands, solve mysteries, break codes and “save” friends from mazes of adventures.

Art Camp – Performance, Visual, and Movement Arts Entering grades 2-12, Session 4 Entering grades 2-8, Session 9

Find your passion for the arts. Perform in front of a crowd or create art to wear, view, or experience. Try a little bit of everything. Think”plays the thing”, “dance revolution” and “duct tape mania” programs.

FEE 5 days $525

Cowgirl Up

Entering grades 4-6, Session 7 Entering grades 5-9, Session 9

Horse experience required. Care for the horses and enjoy practicing and playing rodeo games.

Giddy Up

Entering grades 6-8, Session 5 Entering grades 4-6, Session 9

Some experience required. Increas riding skills and learn more horse care.

Saddle Up

Entering grades 4-5, Session 3 Entering grades 6-9, Session 3 Entering grades 4-6, Session 4 Entering grades 8-12, Session 4 Entering grades 4-5, Session 5 Entering grades 4-6, Session 7

No experience required. Introduction to the basics of horse care and riding. ** Girls will be tested on their riding abilities. Riding ability will determine riding level.

Adventure Girl

Entering grades 4-12 , Session 5

Experience a more traditional camp. Learning camping/outdoor survival skills plus have all the fun of regular camp activities – whether you want to prepare for the zombies or try your hand at sleeping under the stars, this camp is for you. Have all the outdoor fun like you see on TV.

Spy Girl!

Entering grades 2-8, Session 7

Not just an ordinary girl becomes a secret agent using all the resources at hand to create spy equipment and solve the mystery. Use science and action to create and solve puzzles with other campers.


These trips do not include a camp experience.

San Diego Here We Come! Entering grades 6-12, Session T8, 3 days, $480

Spend a full weekend cooling off in sunny San Diego. Explore the city taking the trolley, bus and passenger vehicles around town to enjoy shopping, dining, kayaking, beaching, and Adventure. Early Friday to late Sunday.

Amazing Oz & the South Pacific Entering grades 9-12, Session T11, 14 days, $4700

Visit the beautiful South Pacific (Australia, New Zealand, and Fiji) where summer here is winter there. See dramatic geological features, engage with indigenous people, learn about the culture, and experience new places. This is a don’t-miss adventure. Sign up with a friend for twice the fun!




Number of days

Gen Price


June 16 - 27




June 16 - 20




June 20-22




June 23-27




June 28 - July 2




July 7 - 25




July 7 - 11




July 11 - 13




July 14 - 18




July 18 - 20




July 18 - 20




July 21 - 25




Jul 21 - 27




July 25 - 27




July 29 - Aug 11




July 29 - Aug 1




Aug 1 - 4




FEE 3 days $400 per couple; $200 each additional person

Take advantage of this opportunity to spend time with your favorite daughter(s). Campers participate in all the fun activities together as a pair, including horses. You’ll enjoy awesome food, sing songs, make S’mores over a campfire and sleep in a yurt! • All “gals”/”guys” must be an adult Girl Scout member and background screened prior to attendance • Camperships are not available for My Favorite Guy/Gal sessions. • Transportation is available upon request (free) • These sessions sell out quickly so register early! • Adults are responsible for girls except during “My Favorite Guy” camps when sleeping and nighttime preparations are supervied by female staff as needed.

My Favorite Gal

Entering grades K-5, Session 2 Entering grades K-12 , Session 8

Bring your mom, grandma, aunt or favorite adult gal to camp. (See above for details)

My Favorite Guy Entering grades K-12, Session 6

Bring your dad, grandpa, uncle or favorite adult male role model to camp. (See above for details)


Experience the joy of teaching younger campers the skills you’ve learned ,while continuing to improve your newly acquired leadership skills. The confidence and skills you take away from this experience will benefit you on your college and career path.


Entering grades 8-10, Session C 7 days, $560

Take advantage of this cool opportunity to leap into leadership and begin your transition from camper to counselor. This leadership enrichment activity program focuses on learning self leadership and your personal leadership style.

Counselor-In-Training 1 (CIT1) Entering grades 10-12, Session A 12 days, $840

Discover what kind of leader you are by exploring your abilities and talents. Connect with fellow campers by assisting in program activities and daily camp operations.

Counselor-In-Training 2 (CIT2) Entering grades 11-12, Session B 17 days, $1,105

Continue to explore camp operations. Focus on developing interpersonal skills and understanding various age groups when program planning. CIT 1 is a prerequisite to this session. Includes an optional July 18 - 20 break.


FEE 4 days $200 per participant Session 10, Entering grades K-5 Session 11, Entering grades K-12

Kick off your troop year with teambuilding and fun! Campers get to participate in all the fun activities as a troop including a cookout (except horses). You’ll enjoy awesome food, sing songs, make S’mores over a campfire and sleep in a yurt! • This is a troop/group event • Safety-wise Adult/Girl ratio plus 1 must be followed • Price listed is per person • All adults must be cleared for Girls Scout supervision. • Camperships are not available. • Adults are responsible for girls at all times • Troops may use the event registration to register. • No transportation is available • Please note: Horses are not included (they will have gone back on vacation)

REGISTRATION DETAILS Full Registration Opens February 1

Some sessions fill quickly, so register early! Registrations will be processed in the order received. If more registrations are received than we have space for, a waiting list will be created and campers will be notified in the event a cancellation is received.

Registration Process (How to Register)

1. Complete and sign Resident Camp Registration Form. 2. Mail form and include the $50 non-refundable placement fee. Balance is due 3 weeks prior to camp session 3. Receive acknowledgement of placement (takes about a week) 4. Receive confirmation packet with paperwork to complete

Mail to:

OR Deliver to: OR Scan to:

Camp AT Registration Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council Central Service Center and Executive Offices 1751 Plum Lane Redlands, CA 92374

Central Service Center and Executive Offices (address above)

with “Camp AT Registration” in the Subject line Copies must include $50 deposit paid by credit card, nutty dough, or cookie dough • Cash, personal/business checks, money orders, Cookie Dough, VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discovery Cards are all accepted. • If paying by check, please make checks payable to Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council. Write camper’s name and camp session name and number on check. • If your camper is not a registered Girl Scout, you will need to include an additional non-refundable $15 for yearly membership and become a registered Girl Scout through Girl Scouts of USA for 2014. • Campers who are registering for more than one camp session must use separate registration forms and include a $50 deposit for each session. If those sessions are back to back, girls can have clothes laundered for them while waiting for new campers to arrive. • Each camper attending My Favorite weekends must fill out a registration form and include $50 deposit • Final payments must be made THREE WEEKS before session begins.


Please notify the camp Registrar if you would like to remove a girl from camp or from the wait list. In case of emergency during her camp time please call the emergency line. $50 deposit and membership registration (if required) are non-refundable. To receive partial refund, written notification must be made at least thirty (30) days in advance of camp session. Please see the Camp AT refund policy at for the full policy, including exceptions.


Upon receiving your registration form and successfully placing your camper in a session, the Camp Registrar will send an email informing you that your camper has been placed in a unit. If you are placed on a waiting list, the Registrar will email you to inform you of options. Make sure to also watch for camper confirmations starting in April, as there is lots of paperwork to complete, including a physical, for a safe fun experience.



Camp Registration Has Changed! Girls spoke – we listened. Girls want to design their own experience so this summer we have made it as easy as 1-2-3: 1. Choose the dates or theme 2. Choose horses or not 3. Complete the forms to register

To ensure the same great experience: • Girls are placed in units (sleep area) based on Girl Scout grade levels • Girls will have an opportunity to participate in program with girls in her unit and to choose activities on her own. • Combine multiple camps for a longer (funner) experience. • Campers may choose a buddy close to them in age. • Activities are adjusted for age and skill. • Every experience includes a horse ride (except “troop camp”). • Transportation is provided (except “troop camp”). • Meals are served as “all camp;” girls choose who they sit with. • Every session includes a cook out (except “family camps”). • Activities change each week based around the theme but traditional activities* are always included. • Connecting girls to others in her unit is important to camp. • Check on line for sample activities for you/your daughter’s grade level.

This new way allows every girl to be unique and design her own experience, while we adults ensure girls connect with each other, make friends, stay safe, build skills, and have fun.

* Camp Activities include riding horses, archery, hiking, arts and crafts, fencing, games, outdoor cooking, waterplay, campfires, skill building, and creating memories.

ACA ACCREDITATION We are dedicated to providing a comfortable and secure camp experience for our campers. Camp Azalea Trails is accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA), which means that we follow stringent standards to ensure that camp is a safe and healthy atmosphere. We also follow guidelines set by Girl Scouts of the USA through Safety-Wise and the Riverside Health Department and abide byother applicable state and federal laws.


The Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio believes every girl should experience Girl Scout camp and provides opportunities through the Girl Scout Product Sale Program for girls to fully pay for their experience.

Camp is an experience of a lifetime and money should not get in the way of girls having this experience. To ensure every girl can hold their spot while working on funding, girls can register with just the form and $50 deposit; final payment is due 3 weeks prior to their camp session. Some options to consider to help pay for camp: • Participate in the largest entrepreneurial program for girls (sell Girl Scout cookies/fall sale). Use troop proceeds and/or cookie/nutty dough to pay for camp. • Create a Payment Plan • Receive camp as a gift • Other money earning activities (recycling, babysitting, etc) • Apply for Financial Assistance

APPLICATION FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE If you are in need of a campership please make sure to complete the Campership Application, which can be accessed on our website at The Council makes every effort to assist as many girls as possible; however many of our funding sources have criteria that must be met, including the US Low-Income Guidelines. Our council is also committed to helping girls feel the sense of accomplishment from helping pay their own way. Therefore we encourage participation in the Product Sales Programs and other fundraising efforts. To learn more or sign up to participate contact Cookie Sale is from mid-January to mid-March; if you missed this year start planning for next year. Camp Financial Assistance Applications must be sent in along with the Camp Registration Form and the $50 deposit. All applications are handled in a confidential manner. To make sure camperships can be awarded to as many girls as possible, they will be awarded for one session of camp only and applications must be complete to assist the Council in finding funders.


$70 Ultimate Summer with sweatshirt $50 Summer Fun $25 Camp Essentials $25 Sweatshirt Only

Looking for a way to surprise your camper and let them know you are thinking of them? Order a camp care package to be delivered to campers on their second day of camp. Supplies are limited, so order early! Packages will be filled with items to get kids connected and having fun in both quiet times and group time. Packages include something to sign, something soft, something fun, something to pamper, something to entertain and more depending on the level you choose. Difference between packages is value of what’s inside. Ultimate Summer Package is Summer Fun Package with a sweatshirt. Care Packages must be ordered by May 1st. Any received after this date will be filled based on availability.


(800) 400-GIRL (4475) General Resident Camp – Registration Specific – Product Sales – Day Camp – visit our website in late January or stop by the Going Places area at B.I.G. Expo for more information, or e-mail

DONATE THE GIFT OF CAMP – Make dreams come true.

Every little bit helps to send girls to camp. All donations are tax deductible. To donate, call (800) 400-GIRL (4475). or at

OPEN HOUSE • Camp Azalea Trails Open House is June 14, 2014, 11:00 - 2. Come meet the staff and

tour camp. Open house is drop-in.

• No registration is required.

• Questions call (909) 748-7229 or 909-307-6555ext 264

• We are expecting and encourage all girls to ride to and from camp on the bus. If this

does not work for you please call for other arrangements.

• Camp does not have open visiting at any other time if you have concerns while your

daughter is at camp please call Joyce at (909) 748-7229 and we will assist you in

resolving your concerns.

LOCATION CENTRAL SERVICE CENTER & EXECUTIVE OFFICES 1751 Plum Lane Redlands, CA 92374 800-400-4475 HIGH DESERT SERVICE CENTER 15329 BONANZA ROAD, STE. C & D Victorville, CA 92392 760-241-3558 760-241-0273 SHOP LOW DESERT SERVICE CENTER NEW OFFICE LOCATION 75180 Mediterranean Palm Desert, CA 92211 760-345-1703 SOUTHWEST SERVICE CENTER 26855 Jefferson Avenue, Ste. B Murrieta, CA 92562 951-813-3355 951-813-3339 SHOP

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