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Camp Arrowhead

The sun is rising over Wind Mountain...

...and it’s time to start the day! Girls will explore, discover and create at Camp Arrowhead in the scenic Columbia River Gorge near Home Lake (home to western pond turtles)!

Camp Arrowhead on-site Open House

Tour camp, meet the staff and get your questions answered.

June 30 Cost: Free!


 Classic Camp

Classic Camp is the traditional overnight camp experience! Swimming, campfires, cookouts, paddling on the lake, games, crafts, songs and more! Each unit of girls plans their week of activities together with additional opportunities to choose activities individually. Each grade level has the opportunity to complete steps toward earning a Girl Scout badge, or even fully complete a badge!

Campers entering grades 4 and above will also get to choose skills to focus on throughout the session. This approach allows campers to get to know their instructors, progressively build skills and gain confidence each day. The activities offered will vary by week.

4 day session cost: $390/340/290 • 6 day session cost: $585/510/440

Entering Grades 1-3
4 day:  July 24-27 ∣ August 7-10
6 day:  July 8-13
Entering Grades 4-6
4 day:  July 24-27 ∣ August 7-10
6 day:  July 8-13 ∣ July 15-20 ∣ July 29-August 3 ∣ August 12-17
Entering Grades 7-12

 Friends and Family Camp

Experience classic camp as a troop or family group with these unique programs:

Family Day at Overnight Camp

Try camp on for the day! Camp staff will lead swimming, boating, crafts and a nature activity. Whether you’re a first-time camper or a pro, this is a great way to get a glimpse of the overnight camp experience. Lunch and a snack are provided. Family Day is available for girls (and boys!) entering grades 1-12. To keep this session affordable, this program does not include a camp t-shirt (one can be purchased at the Trading Post).

July 7 Cost: $15/person
Core Camp

Enjoy a few days of overnight camp with your Girl Scout troop. Multiple troops live together in the same unit, and troop leaders actively participate in camp with girls. Camp staff lead swimming, boating, crafts and nature activities. Archery is available for girls entering grades 4 and above. Core camp is available for girls entering grades 1-12.

August 5-7 Cost: $155/person
She and Me

Experience the wonder of camp with your girl! Make memories as you enjoy staff-led swimming, boating, crafts, nature activities and campfires. She and Me is a great way to try overnight camp for the first time. Available for girls entering grades 1-12 with a female adult.

July 22-24 Cost: $155/person
August 19-21 Cost: $155/person

 Specialty Camp

With specialty camp, girls focus on a particular skill, expedition or experience in addition to classic camp activities. Review the options below with your camper to see if a specialty camp is right for her!

Entering Grades 4-6

Waterfall Wonders
Explore the wondrous and diverse waterfalls of the Columbia River Gorge. Have a picnic at one of the falls and explore a cool mountain stream.

4 day session cost: $435/385/335 • 6 day session cost: $635/560/490

4 day: July 24-27 ∣ August 7-10
6 day: July 29-August 3 ∣ August 12-17
Entering Grades 7-12

Llama Ladies
Take a three day, two night llama trekking trip in the Sisters Wilderness. Learn about and care for llamas on this amazing hiking adventure.

July 15-20 Cost: $860/785/715
July 29-Aug 3 Cost: $860/785/715
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Explore different types of water activities in the Columbia River Gorge including kayaking, white water rafting, windsurfing and canoeing.

July 8-13 Cost: $685/615/540
July 15-20 Cost: $685/615/540
July 29-August 3 Cost: $685/615/540
August 12-17 Cost: $685/615/540

Mount St. Helens

Discover the most active volcano in the Cascade Range — Mount St. Helens! Spend three days and two nights exploring this beautiful mountain volcano.

July 8-13 Cost: $635/560/490
August 12-17 Cost: $635/560/490

 Leadership Programs

Leadership programs are available for girls entering grades 9-12. These programs help develop skills and offer experience needed to be a camp counselor. Girls get to practice working directly with campers and camp staff as they learn to plan and facilitate activities, assess campers’ needs, and develop leadership and outdoor skills. Have your camper answer these  Leadership Readiness Questions to see if she's ready for a Leadership program. Then review the options below with your camper to see if a leadership program is right for her. 

Entering Grades 9-12

Outdoor Leader
Discover your leadership potential! Explore your leadership skills and style while you learn about group dynamics and what it means to be a camp leader. Help lead activities for younger girl groups at camp! 

August 5-17 Cost: $685/610/540
Entering Grades 10-12

This CIT session is full for the summer of 2018. Please check back in November regarding CIT applications for the summer of 2019!

Counselor-in-Training (CIT)

Want to be a camp counselor? Develop the skills and experience needed to make your dream a reality! Learn to plan and facilitate activities and develop leadership and outdoor skills. Practice working directly with campers and staff. 

July 8-August 3 Cost: $860/785/715

While this program runs July 8-August 3, campers will go home Friday, July 20 at 2:30 pm and return to camp Sunday, July 22 at 2:30 pm. 

New this year:

Due to limited space, high demand for CIT/WIT programs and our desire to provide the highest quality leadership experience, an application process has been implemented for these sessions. These sessions are designed for those who have a love for camp and have demonstrated a strong desire to expand their leadership skills working with children.

The application is now closed.

Entering Grades 11-12 or Entering College

Junior Counselor
Work at camp! Get paid as you continue to develop your leadership skills and work toward becoming a unit counselor. Work in all aspects of camp including sleeping units, program areas, and assisting in the camp kitchen and administrative office. Available for girls entering grades 11-12 or entering college. Prerequisite: CIT or WIT.

For additional information, including dates, length of camps and interview process, please email