Camp Pricing and Payment
We offer a three-tier pricing structure, where you choose what you pay. It is up to you and your family to determine which of the three prices listed you will pay for your camper’s Girl Scout camp experience. This structure is an honor system and in no way influences the quality of the experience. If unable to pay, no girl will be turned away; grants for campers are available.
Alternative Ways to Pay for Camp
Cookie Sale Program
Girl Scouts develop goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills and business ethics through the Cookie Sale Program. This program helps to finance us and our camps and supports the Girl Scouts themselves. Along with earning 50-60 cents per package sold for selling cookies, participating Girl Scouts also receive recognition items and Cookie Program Credits (depending on individual sales).
Cookie Program Credit can be used to pay for resident camp, troop camp, day camp, and for merchandise at our Girl Scout retail shops and camp trading posts. These credits cannot be used for a deposit for resident, troop or day camp.
We are dedicated to giving as many girls as possible the chance to experience our quality camp sessions with our Grants for Campers. This grant is open to all types of camp experience and covers one resident or troop camp session and/or a one day camp session, up to a total cost of $250 per girl per year.
Be sure to when completing the camp registration to attach all requested documentation (including the family’s most recent financial return and a $25 non-refundable deposit) because incomplete paperwork will result in a delay on the registration process.
Requirements for applying for a grant:
- Grant amounts are based on the level of financial need demonstrated on the grant application.
- To be eligible for the maximum $250 grant amount, girls applying for a grant must participate in at least the fall product sale or the cookie sale.
- Submit any requests for grants and all requested documentation with registration form and a $25 deposit no later than 4 weeks prior to the beginning of the camp session.
Grant funding is limited and not all requests may be granted. The first round of grants will be determined from requested received as of April 1. If funds remain, a second round may be awarded after May 1.
Girl Scout troops can decide to use a portion of their troop profits for its members to attend camp. Girls must vote to determine if they want to use their funds this way.
Our retail shops sell gift certificates at any amount to be used for resident camp and other council-sponsored events.