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Camp Arrowhead

The sun is rising over Dog 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 28, 2020 Cost: Free!

 Classic Camp

Classic Camp, available at all three overnight camps, is the traditional overnight camp experience! During each session, campers will enjoy a variety of activities including swimming, campfires, cookouts, paddling on the lake, leadership games, art projects, songs and more. Campers will individually select two focus areas to explore during their camp session. This approach allows campers to get to know their instructors, progressively build skills and gain confidence each day.

Three focus areas will be offered during every Classic Camp session: STEM in the Outdoors, Art in the Outdoors and Adventure in the Outdoors. Other focus areas will vary by week based on the unique offerings from summer camp staff. Last year’s focus areas included sign language, calligraphy, orienteering, chair building, paddle boarding, synchronized swimming and more. This year’s offerings are sure to be just as exciting! 

4 day session cost: $440/390/340  |  6 day session cost: $635/560/490

Entering Grades 1-3

4 day: July 7-10 |  July 26-29
6 day:
 August 16-21

Entering Grades 4-6
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 lead swimming, boating, an art project 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.

June 27 Cost: $17/person



Core Camp

Troop adventure meets overnight camp—it’s the best of both worlds! Girls and their troop leaders attend camp together participating in all of the classic camp activities as a troop like swimming, arts and crafts, boating and campfires. Girls entering grades 4 and above can also choose to try archery and camp-specific activities like the climbing wall, mountain biking or kayaking! Additional activities are offered such as hikes, theme meals and all-camp events. Core camp is available for girls entering grades 1-12.

July 31-August 2 Cost: $165/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.

August 4-6 Cost: $190/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

The Columbia River Gorge is famous for its abundance of waterfalls and they’re all waiting for you to explore! On the first day, girls will decide as a group which waterfalls they’d like to visit during their time at camp. While not on waterfall trips, girls will be back at camp participating in all of the traditional camp activities, like canoeing, swimming, art projects and campfires.

4 day cost:  $485/435/405  |  6 day cost: $685/610/540

4 day: July 7-10, July 26-29
6 day: July 12-17, August 16-21


Woodland Wizards

Experience the magic of camp! Whittle your own wand, create potions, attend herbology class and explore the plants around camp, go owl spotting, create capes and bake caldron cake. Wizarding mischief is afoot at camp!

4 day cost:  $485/435/$405  |  6 day cost: $685/610/540

4 day: July 7-10, July 26-29
6 day: July 19-24, Aug 9-14

Entering Grades 7-12

Canoe Crew

Spend each day honing your paddling skills and canoe safety knowledge, culminating in an overnight canoe trip in the Columbia River Gorge! During your time off the water, you’ll get to participate in all of the other traditional summer camp activities, including archery, swimming, art projects, all-camp campfire and the climbing wall.         

July 19-24 Cost: $685/610/540
August 9-14 Cost: $685/610/540


Water lovers—this one is for you! In addition to traditional camp activities like archery and outdoor cooking, you’ll experience three exciting water sports that the Columbia Gorge has to offer: windsurfing, kayaking and whitewater rafting. Warning: you will get wet!

July 12-17 Cost: $735/675/600
July 19-24 Cost: $735/675/600
August 9-14 Cost: $735/675/600
August 16-21 Cost: $735/675/600

Llama Ladies

Take a trip to the Three Sisters Wilderness to backpack with llamas! Halligan Ranch is our vendor for this unforgettable trip, where professional guides lead campers and counselors on a three day, two night backpacking journey to a scenic lake. Learn about and adventure alongside these unique animals with the Llama Ladies program!

July 12-17 Cost: $885/810/740
August 9-14 Cost: $885/810/740


 Leadership Programs

Leadership programs are available for girls entering grades 9-12. These progression-based opportunities deepen older girls’ understanding of what leadership development means and gets them excited about mentoring others. Is your girl interested in trying a leadership camp? Have your girl thoughtfully and honestly complete these Leadership Readiness Questions. Then review the options below with your camper to see if a leadership program is right for her.

Entering Grades 9-12

Outdoor Leader

Take the first step into camp leadership! This 11 day program will help you discover your leadership style as you learn about group dynamics, community problem solving and what it means to be a camp leader. You’ll get to help lead activities for younger girl groups while still participating in all the fun camp activities like archery, boating, swimming, art projects, campfires and overnights. You even get to spend a weekend at camp! Completing this program is an excellent step to becoming a Counselor-in-Training. Discover your leadership potential as an Outdoor Leader!

August 9-21 Cost: $750/675/605
Entering Grades 10-12


Want to be a camp counselor? Get a taste of what it’s like to be one as a Counselor-in-Training (CIT)! Over almost four weeks, you’ll live with your fellow CITs developing the skills and experience needed to make your dream a reality! Your counselors will teach you how to plan and facilitate activities, how to encourage teamwork and personal growth and what directors are looking for when hiring camp staff. You will hone your outdoor skills and plan adventures with your group, all while serving as role models to younger campers. After completing a CIT program, you are eligible to work at overnight camp the following summer! 

July 7-29* Cost: $910/835/765

Due to limited space, high demand for CIT programs and a desire to provide the highest quality leadership experience, there is an application process for this session. 


Please note that caregivers must sign into or create a camp registration account prior to filling out the application. Need help? Contact us at

*Campers will return home during the second weekend of their stay as a CIT.

Entering Grades 11-12 or Entering College

Junior Counselor

Work at camp! Get paid as you implement your leadership skills and work toward becoming a unit counselor or wrangler. 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.


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