GSOSW uses tiered pricing to keep camp affordable for all
families while also expressing the true cost of resident camp. Tier
one reflects the actual cost of camp including staffing, program
supplies, food and maintenance costs. Tier two is a partially
subsidized fee, and tier three is our fully subsidized fee. Regardless
of what tier your family is able to pay, all girls will enjoy the same
high quality camp experience. When registering for camp, please pick
the tier your family can afford. Tiered prices are listed with each
camp session description as tier one/tier two/tier three (ex. $355/305/255).
Balance and Payment Options
The balance of the camp fee
is due three weeks before the opening day of the camp session you have
chosen. Any balances not paid three weeks before this date will incur
a $25 late fee. Additionally, your camper may lose her place in a camp
session if payment is not received by the due date.
Payments may be made by check, VISA, MasterCard, Discover, or
Cookie/Nut Credit. Once you have paid the deposit, we encourage you to
use Cookie/Nut Credit to pay the remaining balance of camp fees. Visit
for more details!
What is Cookie/Nut Credit?
When selling Girl Scout Cookies and other products, girls earn
credit that they can use for a variety of Girl Scout-related
activities, including camp. To learn more about how your girl can earn
Cookie/Nut Credit this year, email firstname.lastname@example.org.