|June 17-21, 2019||Mountaindale East||Mountaindale Outdoor Program Center, North Plains, OR|| Website
|June 24-28, 2019||Camp Wil-Lo-Linn||Wilsonville Memorial Park, Wilsonville, OR||Website|
|June 24-28, 2019||Aloha Mountaindale Troopers||Mountaindale Outdoor Program Center, North Plains, OR||Website|
Outdoor Day Camps
There are 15 Girl Scout outdoor day camps across Oregon and Southwest Washington! These camps are planned and run by volunteers from the Girl Scout community. Each day camp has its own program and culture, and all camps give girls and volunteers the opportunity to have great Girl Scout experiences. Outdoor skills like fire building, orienteering, knife safety and cooking, art projects, games—there’s something for every girl! Day camps typically run four or five days, with some camps offering an optional overnight. Day camp is open to all girls entering first grade and up. There is power is every G.I.R.L. — unleash it at day camp!
Most day camps will open registration in late February and early March—please check the details for the day camps you’re interested in to learn how to register.
Find a Day Camp
GSOSW outdoor day camps take place throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington. You can look for a camp by date or name (A-Z). See a camp's website for details on how to register, contact information and more! Most day camps will open registration in late February and early March—please check the details for the day camps you’re interested in to learn how to register. Interested in volunteering? Learn more. Have questions about day camp? See the frequently asked questions.
Day Camps by Date
Day Camps by Name
Day Camp Forms
If you are registering for a day camp that uses paper registration forms, the following forms make up your registration packet. If you would like to register for a day camp that uses online registration, click on the day camp’s name under “Find a Day Camp” to link to the registration form.
Day camp registrations are handled by each day camp’s volunteer team—please do not mail or fax these forms to a Girl Scout Service Center.
- Day Camp Camper Registration (form #870) (for campers, PAITs, Widget/Tagalongs and boys)
- Day Camp Volunteer Registration (form #871) (for adult volunteers)
- PA/CIT Application for Day Camp (form #862) (for Program Aides)
- Day Camp PA/CIT Reference (form #874) (not all camps require this form—check your camp’s registration information)
- Day Camp Health History & OTC Medication (form #872) (for all participants)
- Behavior Agreement for Day Camp (form #866) (for campers, PAITs, PAs, Widgets/Tagalongs and boys)
- Camper Release (form #856) (not all camps require this form—check your camp’s registration information)
The magic of day camp is possible because of caring adults like you. Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington's outdoor day camps are 100% planned and run by volunteers. Are you ready to make summer special for girls in your community? Sign up to volunteer at a day camp!
All day camp volunteers need to be registered Girl Scout members for the 2018 Girl Scout membership year, complete a background check, and complete GS 101 and Volunteer Essentials and Safety Online. Additional Girl Scout trainings may be required based on your volunteer position at day camp.
If you are registering online as a new Girl Scout member to volunteer for day camp, when asked to select a volunteer role, please choose the “unsure” option and enter the name of the day camp for which you are volunteering.
Volunteer Interest Form
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