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Troop Exploration 1-Night at Camp Singing Hills (Grades K-12) Jul 21 - Yurt

Date:
Thu Jul 21, 2:00 PM - Fri Jul 22, 2:00 PM CDT
Category:
Outdoor
Level:
Volunteers
 
Duration: 2 days 1 night
Location: Waterville, MN
Member Registration Opens Mar 29 at 8:30 am (CDT)
Member Price: $500
 

Have a two-day troop adventure at camp! Enjoy Camp Singing Hills while bonding with your troop and experiencing fun staff-led and troop-led activities.

NEW This Year: Troop leaders need to register the group by reserving a housing unit (booking a cabin or yurt), instead of registering by person. Names of Girl Scout and adult members attending will be collected about a month before your camp session. Troops can bring more adults than required by their program grade level ratio if desired. As long as Girl Scout Safety-Wise guidelines and ratios are met for your troop’s age level, you may bring whatever Girl Scout/adult ratio you wish.

 

This reservation is for one Windsong Yurt

Windsong Yurts sleep up to 12 people. Each yurt contains six bunks and have screened roll-up-style windows and an overhead dome that opens for circulation. Yurts do not have heat, air conditioning, electrical outlets, or lights (Remember to bring your flashlights!). Bathrooms with flush toilets are just a short walk away. A shower house is also available.

Activities and Meals

Your adventure will kick off Thursday with a snack and staff-led activity which will be your choice of archery, slingshots, low ropes/teambuilding games, geocaching, canoeing, kayaking, or paddle boarding (Approx. 75 minutes per activity).

Dinner will be a campfire cookout and troops have the choice of making pudgie pie pizzas (a.k.a. campfire pizzas), mac-n-cheese, or burritos. There will also be veggies, fruit, and a dessert. You’ll also be equipped with s’mores supplies!

On Friday you’ll start with breakfast which will be your choice of bagels, cereal, yogurt, fruit, juice, milk, coffee and/or tea. Then troops can participate in another staff-led activity (listed above) and get a chance to swim. Friday lunch will consist of sandwiches, carrots, fruit, chips, and cookies and milk. 

Note: Troops are welcome to bring additional food items/snacks to accommodate dietary needs and troop preferences. There will be space available to store these items safely in the dining hall (including refrigerated space). Troops will also have access to microwaves to use.  

Prior to arrival

Camp Singing Hills staff will send an email to the registered troop leader requesting the names and emails of all Girl Scout and adult participants that will be attending, as well as your group’s activity choices and Thursday dinner cookout selection. Groups will receive their schedule for staff-led events and swim times upon arrival.  

Payment details

This camp session has a minimum deposit. Deposits are non-refundable and non-transferrable. Full payment is due 30 days prior to the first day of the camp session.

If you are planning to request financial assistance, please pay the minimum deposit with a credit card and select “Financial Aid” as a payment type. After registering complete the Financial Assistance Application(s).  

If you are planning to pay using program credits, please pay the minimum deposit with a credit card and select “Program Credits” as a payment type. Paper credits should be mailed to our St. Paul Service Center office. Complete the Electronic Program Credit Redemption Form to submit electronic credits.

Cancellations

Read our full Camp and Event Registration and Cancellation Policy at girlscoutsrv.org/policies (Updated January 2022)

The deposit from your cancelled session cannot be transferred, nor refunded. To receive a refund, less the non-transferable/non-refundable deposit, we must receive your cancellation notice by the posted cancellation deadline (30 days prior to the program start date). To cancel your registration, submit the Events & Camp Cancellation Form

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