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2014 Summer Camp Registration Now Open

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We might be just heading into winter, but you can already begin planning for next year’s Summer Camp fun at Girl Scouts.

While you’re putting on all those layers this winter season, take a minute to daydream about paddling down a river on a warm summer day, sitting by a crackling campfire, or galloping freely on a horse.

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Wherever your outdoor interests lie, we’ve got a Summer Camp experience suited just for you—and whether you’re a Girl Scout or not, all girls are invited to sign up.

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More information on Camp will be available in the New Year.

Questions? Visit the Camp section of GirlScoutsRV.org, email our Camp staff at camps@girlscoutsrv.org, or call our front desk at 800-845-0787.

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7 Comments

  1. Deana Witt says:

    I see an awful lot of 4 and 6 day camps…I’d be more likely to sign my daughter up (and myself as I’m a leader) if it were a 2-3 day camp. Are any 2-3 day camps being considered?

  2. Girl Scouts River Valleys says:

    Deana, the 4–6 day camps are very popular, so we always have a lot of those. For shorter camps, try looking at our Thursday Discovery Days (1-day) and Thursday Discovery Overnights (2-day). Me + My Gal/Pal is a 2-day camp you can attend with your daughter, and Horsing Around with Mom or Dad is a 3-day horse camp that you could attend together.

  3. EM says:

    Hi! Is there a family camp planned?

  4. Girl Scouts River Valleys says:

    Hi EM- There are a few family camp options offered this year. You can check them out here: http://www.girlscoutsrv.org/events/by-category/camp/for-families/

  5. Kirsten Dutton says:

    Is there information somewhere about what the levels mean on the older girl trips?

  6. Girl Scouts River Valleys says:

    Kirsten, the levels on the Wilderness Trips are a basic guide to the difficulty of the trip. Level one means the trip will be appropriate for girls with any level of outdoor or camping experience. These progress up to level five, which are best for girls who have either attended previous trips through level four or have experience with longer trips on the trail. If you have questions about specific trips and your girl’s previous experience, you can reach out to our camp team at camps@girlscoutsrv.org.

  7. Sheila Trznadel says:

    The links for he 2014 camps are no longer working??

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