I Can't Wait for Summer Camp 2015!
What goes on at camp?
GSGLA camps provide a summer to remember! Discover new adventures, friends and fun! Get ready for the summer of a lifetime with GSGLA!
Find the camp that fits your interests, including science & tech, high adventure, drama, arts & crafts, horseback riding, marine settings and more! Sessions begin in June. GSGLA Summer camps are open to girls grades 1-12 (K for select camps).
How to Register for Summer Camp
Camp registration is open! Click here to register via our Program Calendar.
- Download the 2015 Summer Camp Guide:
English Guide | Spanish Guide (coming soon)
Did you know? Financial Aid is also available!
Specialty Camp Forms
Island of the Blue Dolphin Acknowledgement of Risks
Island of the Blue Dolphin Camper Health History Form
Island of the Blue Dolphin Medication Authorization Form
Island of the Blue Dolphin Itinerary & Menu: Session 1 | Session 2
2015 Day Camp Forms
Day Camp Code of Honor
Emergency Health Record
Over-The-Counter Medication Form
Parent and Camper Agreement
Pick-Up Release & Attendance Record: El Ranchito | Marine Landing | Mariposa
Camp Osito Rancho Programs
This premier Girl Scout Outdoor Leadership Center is a spectacular high adventure camp above Big Bear Lake.
Resident Camp activities include arts and crafts, swimming, archery, sports and games, nature and environmental activities, challenge/ropes course, zip line, hiking, and outdoor cooking. All horseback riding resident camps feature part of the day spent with horses. Featuring week-long themed camps.
Day Camp Programs
Weeklong themed camps
(click on camp to learn more)
Specialty Overnight Camps
• Skyland Ranch. Near Idyllwild, this camp offers girls a chance to explore the beautiful San Jacinto Mountains.
• Island of the Blue Dolphins! Explore the Channel Islands by kayak, snorkel & fins, hiking boots and stars!
• Mono Lake Outdoor Experience. Enjoy the beauty of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Mono Lake and Yosemite. (Girl Only)
• Camp Surf. Tent camp at Imperial Beach near San Diego & learn to surf! (Troop Camping)
Specialty Day Camps
Weeklong themed camps
• William S Hart Park, Santa Clarita
• Covina Program Center, Covina
• Desert Sands Park, Palmdale
• Camp Montrose, Montrose
Program Aide, Adult Volunteer & Employment Opportunities
To apply for a Program Aide opportunity at Marine Landing, El Ranchito or Mariposa, please click here.
For Program Aide, employment, or volunteer information for Camp Mariposa, contact Brianna Colomb (626) 677-2303 or email@example.com.
For Program Aide, employment, or volunteer information for El Ranchito Day Camp, contact Kalie Brisbon at (626) 677-2300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Program Aide, employment, or volunteer information for Marine Landing Day Camp, contact Jessie Chandler at (626) 677-2219 or email@example.com.
For Program Aide, employment, or volunteer information for Skyland Ranch Overnight Camp, contact Deanne Moore (626) 677-2207 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Program Aide, employment, or volunteer information for Camp Osito Rancho, contact Carolyn Goss at (626) 677-2302 or email@example.com.
"These camps provide a safe environment where girls can nurture friendships and Girl Scout values."
"The variety is outstanding - there is something for everyone!"
"My girls returned with a new skill, friendships and a higher level of confidence for what they can do."
"Compared to other camps, these are affordable and give you a great value for your money."
"Girls meet new friends from outside their comfort zone, building confidence and people skills."
"My daugher loves meeting new friends and being surrounded by all girls, all the time!"
"The unique all-girl environment feels safe and allows girls to really bond. Friendships formed sometimes last a lifetime."
"Girls learn so much, and learn to become leaders by watching others."
"These camps provide a safe, non-bullying environment that is low key, no pressure."
"These camps show a girl how to be a better person, in the Girl Scout way."
New Girl's Choice Outdoor Badges
This year, girls across the country chose new national Outdoor badges: Outdoor Adventurer, Horseback Riding, Archery, Paddling, and Ultimate Recreation Challenge. Now, they get to vote on the design for each of these badges. Girls, cast your vote by March 20, 2015 here: http://bit.ly/1EXPvlH