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Get outdoors in the Willamette Valley this summer


Experience the serenity and beauty of the Willamette Valley at Camp Whispering Winds—and maybe even try horseback riding. Space is still available in some of Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington's best camp sessions this summer!

View our featured sessions below, or check out the 2023 Summer Camp Programs brochure to explore all your overnight camp options!

Classic Camp

Classic Camp is the traditional camp experience! Swimming, campfires, cookouts, paddling on the lake, leadership games, art projects, songs and more! 

GRADES 4-6: July 2-7 | July 30-August 4
GRADES 7-12: July 9-14 | July 16-21 | July 30-August 4

Horse Camp

Horse Camp offers traditional camp activities with an added specialty focus on horses and horseback riding. Girls will spend one hour each full day of camp riding (weather and camper readiness permitting) and additional time learning about horses, riding styles, and equine grooming and care.

GRADES 4-6: July 23-26 | August 6-9
GRADES 7-12: July 2-7 | July 16-21

Classic Camp with Horses

Enjoy all the fun of Classic Camp PLUS spend one hour each full day learning basic equine care needs like feeding and grooming, and getting to know the horses at Whispering Winds.

GRADES 4-6: July 2-7 | July 16-21

Me and My Guy

Experience the wonder of camp with your girl! Make memories while you enjoy staff-led boating, campfires, swimming, STEM activities, hiking and more. Me and My Guy is a great way to try overnight camp for the first time. Archery is available for girls entering grades 4 and above. Me and My Guy is available for girls entering grades 1-12 with male or nonbinary adult.

GRADES 1-12: August 11-14

Camp Whispering Winds Counselor-in-Training

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

GRADES 10-12: July 2-26

Camp Whispering Winds Wrangler-in-Training

Ever wanted to work at camp? Get a taste of what it’d be like to become a camp wrangler (a type of counselor with a special focus on horse care and safety) as a Wrangler-in-Training! Over almost four weeks, you’ll spend plenty of time with horses while learning how to be an excellent camp leader—plus, you’ll still get to participate in all the fun camp activities. Your counselors will teach you how to plan and facilitate riding lessons as you build leadership skills by working with campers, staff and horses.

GRADES 10-12: July 2-26