Summer Camp is an Adventure Girls Never Forget
Girl Scouts may begin attending resident camp after they have completed kindergarten, and may attend as campers until they have graduated from high school . Girls camp for three to 14 days and nights (the average is five nights). Girls may sign up as individual campers, go with a buddy or may attend special sessions with their troop. The girls and their counselors/volunteers plan activities, taking advantage of the resources available at the campsite. Girl Scouts of Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois hosts summer resident camp at two camp facilities with a specially trained staff. See our FAQ for financial policies, health and safety concerns, and other questions.
Check out the online Camp Guide or search the camp sessions for Summer 2013.
Two Ways to Register
Online registration: Deposit and registration payable by credit or debit card.
Paper Registration: All camp registrations will be processed at the Quad Cities Area Leadership Center.
What’s New at Camp for 2013?
Check out our new Family Connection site to see updates and pictures from summer camp, email your campers, get packing lists, learn about the staff and more.
Air Conditioning! There are a limited number of camp sessions that have indoor bunkhouse style sleeping with air conditioning. Register early they will fill up fast!
New Equipment! New laptops and digital cameras at Camp Little Cloud and new kayaks and stand-up paddleboards at Camp Conestoga.
Looking for more information about summer camp? See our FAQ.