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Volunteer-run Day Camps

Is your girl ready to roast marshmallows over an open fire, sing songs, practice archery skills, and make new friends? Does she want to learn knife safety or knot skills, or how to cook using a Dutch oven? If so, her summer adventure should definitely include Girl Scout day camp!

Find a Day Camp

Volunteer-run day camps take place throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington. Click on a region below to see available camps, dates & locations, and details on how to sign up. Check back in February for more information!

Coastal Oregon

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Eastern Oregon

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Camp Name Dates Location
OhDaKa July 9-13 Homestead (Rhododendron, Oregon)
Wil-Lo-Linn TBA Wilsonville, Oregon
Clackawaukie TBA Milwaukie, Oregon
Trillium Valley TBA Tigard, Oregon
Frog Hollow TBA Champoeg State Park
Southern Oregon

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Camp Name Dates Location
Daisy Rock June 18-22 Central Point, Oregon
Klamath Falls Day Camp TBA Klamath Falls, Oregon
Southwest Washington

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Camp Name Dates Location
Segonku TBA Camas, Washington
Camp Juliana TBA Battle Ground, Washington
Currie Day Camp July 16-20 Camas, Washington
Washington County/Yamhill County

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Camp Name Dates Location
AMT (Aloha Mountaindale Troopers) June 25-29 Mountaindale (North Plains, Oregon)
Mountaindale East July 9-13 Mountaindale (North Plains, Oregon)
Mountaindale West July 16-20 Mountaindale (North Plains, Oregon)
Mountaindale North July 23-27 Mountaindale (North Plains, Oregon)
WoW (West of the Willamette) July 30-August 3 Mountaindale (North Plains, Oregon)
Rainbow Valley August 6-10 Mountaindale (North Plains, Oregon)
Daylaitybergyamacaminaden August 6-10 McMinnville, Oregon
Willamette Valley

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Camp Name Dates Location
Funshine TBA Eugene, Oregon
Benton County Day Camp July 16-20 Corvallis, Oregon
Linn County Day Camp TBA Lebanon, Oregon
ScOUTSIDE TBA Eugene, Oregon

Volunteer at Day Camp

The magic of day camp is possible because of caring adults like you. Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington's more than 20 day camps are 100% volunteer-run. Are you ready to make summer special for girls in your community? Contact your local day camp to learn more or get started!


Frequently Asked Questions

Who can attend day camp?

Girl Scouts of Oregon and SW Washington programs are open to all girls regardless or race, color, ethnicity, creed, national origin, socioeconomic status or disability. Camp is open to all girls entering grades 1-12 in fall 2018— no prior Girl Scout experience required!

When is day camp?

In 2018, Girl Scout day camps throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington will run from June to August. Each camp runs for one week. Specific dates and locations of each day camp will be available on this page by February 15, 2018.

When does registration open?

Each day camp sets their own registration open dates, running from February to May. Please check this page beginning February 15, 2018 for specific information about each camp.

When does registration close?

Each day camp sets their own date for closing registration. Many camps close registration once they hit a maximum capacity, so register early! Camps close registration at least one month before camp, but many close much earlier than that.

How do I register for day camp?

Some day camps offer online registration, some offer paper registration, and some offer both! Information about each camp's registration process will be posted to this page as it become available. Questions about a specific camp? We can help! Email us at

I’m having a problem with online registration. What do I do?

Contact the registrar or the director of the camp. Contact information will beposted to this page as it becomes available. If you do not hear back within five business days, contact

What forms do I need to fill out for day camp?

If a camp uses online registration, most forms will be completed as part of the registration process. If a camp uses paper forms, they will require the Day Camp Camper Registration Form (#870) and the Day Camp Health History and OTC Medications  Form (#872). Camps may also require additional forms that are specific to the camp or to the program that your  Girl Scout is participating in.

My Girl Scout has special needs. Can she attend day camp?

Reasonable accommodations can be made for girls who are differently abled. Please contact or the day camp director prior to registering to determine what accommodations are necessary and if a specific day camp is the right fit for your Girl Scout.

Who staffs day camps?

Day camps are run entirely by volunteers! Every volunteer is a Girl Scout member, has passed a background check, and has received safety training. Each camp has a volunteer health supervisor who is certified in first aid and CPR or is a trained medical professional.

This sounds fun– can adults come too?

Yes! Contact the day camp to find out more information about volunteering at camp! Volunteering isn’t limited to mom and dad – aunts, uncles, grandparents, and family friends are welcome to volunteer too!

How can I get day camps in my area?

Day camps are run by volunteers just like you! Contact to find out how to bring amazing outdoor experiences to girls in your community!

Who do I contact with questions?

If you have a question about a specific camp, contact the registrar or the director of the camp. Contact information for individual camps will be available by February 15, 2018. If you do not hear back within five business days, or if you have a general question about GSOSW day camps, contact

More Questions about Day Camp?

Contact us at or 800-338-5248 x6881.