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 GSCSNJ is planning to proceed with In-Person Day Camp programs with extensive health & safety modifications.
 

Campers will build their courage and self-confidence through our Day Camp programs. Camp staff will be there to help girls build resilience and independence during the day, while spending the night at home. Girls will spend their days growing and learning through intentional activities and programs that fit specific themes. Grades K-11

 

Camp Inawendiwin | Tabernacle, NJ

View Camp Inawendiwin's in-person Day Camp options for grades K-11.

Bussing

Camp Inawendiwin Day Camp offers bus transportation with centralized stops throughout Burlington and Camden counties.*

Bussing is included at no additional cost!
Bus # Bus Stop Pick Up Drop Off
5-1 Hope Community Charter School 7:30AM 6:15PM
5-2 GSCSNJ Service Center, Cherry Hill 8:00AM 5:45PM
5-3 Medford Plaza Shops, Medford 8:30AM 5:15PM
6-1 CVS Pharmacy, Mt Laurel  8:00AM 5:30PM
6-2 Bordentown Library, Bordentown   7:30AM 6:00PM
6-3 Trenton Free Public Library, Trenton  7:15AM 6:15PM

*Bus stops are subject to change based on registration data.

Week 3: July 13-17
Week 3 registration closes Wednesday, July 8!
Survivor Week | Grades K-8
Grades Spots Remaining
K-3  22 spots
4-5 23 spots
6-8 21 spots

What would you do if you found yourself alone in the woods? Would you be prepared to survive? After this week you will be! Learn to read trail signs & animal prints, how to master knot tying, knife skills, and more!

Badges Earned:  Daisy Buddy Camper, Brownie Hiker, Junior Geocacher, or Cadette Primitive Camper

Day Camp Aide | Grades 9-11 | [2 SPOTS LEFT!]

Camp Aides help to keep camp fun by singing songs, leading fire building, and encouraging our campers to be the best G.I.R.Ls they can be. Must have completed either the CAT training or CIT program in order to participate.

Week 4: July 20-24
Week 4 registration closes Wednesday, July 15!
Into the Wild | Grades K-8
Grades Spots Remaining
K-3 14 spots
4-5 17 spots
6-8 17 spots

This week is all about hopping out of your house and flying into the woods, learn about the animals that live in our area and help protect those that share our camp home by learning Leave No Trace principles.

Badges Earned:  Daisy Space Science Explorer, Brownie Pets, Junior Animal Habitats, or Cadette Animal Helpers

Day Camp Aide | Grades 9-11 | [PROGRAM FULL]

Camp Aides help to keep camp fun by singing songs, leading fire building, and encouraging our campers to be the best G.I.R.Ls they can be. Must have completed either the CAT training or CIT program in order to participate.

Week 5: July 27-31
Week 5 registration closes Wednesday, July 22!
Outstanding Olympians | Grades K-8
Grades Spots Remaining
K-3 14 spots
4-5 22 spots
6-8 20 spots

Celebrate the Olympics at camp during a week filled with games, competition, and good sportsmanship. Girls will have lots of opportunities for adventure filled games this week! Bring your sneakers and your best game day attitude!

Badges Earned:  Daisy Good Neighbor, Brownie Fair Play,  Junior Practice with Purpose, or Cadette Good Sportsmanship

Day Camp Aide | Grades 9-11 | [1 SPOT AVAILABLE]

Camp Aides help to keep camp fun by singing songs, leading fire building, and encouraging our campers to be the best G.I.R.Ls they can be. Must have completed either the CAT training or CIT program in order to participate.

 

Camp Oak Spring | Somerset, NJ

View Camp Oak Spring's in-person Day Camp options for grades K-11.

Bussing

Camp Oak Spring offers bus transportation with centralized stops throughout Mercer and Middlesex counties.*

Bussing is included at no additional cost!
Bus# Bus Stop Pick Up Drop Off
2-1 West Windsor-Plainsboro H.S. South 7:45AM 5:45PM
2-2 Quaker Bridge Mall by Lord & Taylor 8:00AM 5:30PM
2-3 Target 4196 US-1, Monmouth Junction 8:20AM 5:10PM
3-1 AMC Brunswick Square, East Brunswick 8:00AM 5:55PM
3-2 GSCSNJ Service Center, East Brunswick 8:15AM 5:30PM
3-3 Bowlero, North Brunswick 8:30AM 5:10PM
4-1 First Presbyterian Church of Woodbridge  7:50AM 5:40PM
4-2 Edgar Middle School, Metuchen 8:05AM 5:25PM
4-3 The Home Depot, South Plainfield 8:20AM 5:10PM

*Bus stops are subject to change based on registration data.

Week 3: July 13-17 | [LIMITED SPACE REMAINING]
Week 3 registration closes Wednesday, July 8!
Oak Spring Explorer | Grades K-1 | [PROGRAM FULL!]

Groups of people are called communities. You’re a part of lots of communities! Your Daisy program at Oak Spring is one of them and so is your class at school.  You can help your community by being a good neighbor. Find out how at Camp Oak Spring!

Badge Earned:  Daisy Good Neighbor

Hogsmead on the Hill 1 | Grades 4-5 | [PROGRAM FULL!]

At camp, the fun never stops- and you know what they say, time flies like a golden snitch when you're having fun! Don't want the fun to stop? Put your new jewelry skills to the test, and create your very own time-turner, but be careful, wouldn't want to end up at the end of summer!

Badge Earned:  Junior Jeweler

The Magic of Herbology 1 | Grades 6-9 | [4 SPOTS LEFT!]

From the Forbidden Forest to Mandrakes to Leaping Toadstools and more!  Meet us at the gardens to learn all about poisonous plants, herbs that have healing powers and even break out some dragon dung to plant your own!

Badge Earned:  Cadette Trees

Trek It Out! | Grades 6-9 | [7 SPOTS LEFT!]

An outdoor trek can mean anything from a walk in the woods to a long-distance hike. As an eco trekker at Camp Oak Spring, you will discover your important role in nature and talk about environmental issues to explore. This week, we will learn how to conserve, preserve, and protect, and then share our knowledge with others.

Badge Earned:  Cadette Eco Trekker

Camp Aide | Grades 9-11 | [6 SPOTS LEFT]

Camp Aides help to keep camp fun by singing songs, leading fire building, and encouraging our campers to be the best G.I.R.Ls they can be. Must have completed either the CAT training or CIT program in order to participate.

Week 4: July 20-24 | [7 SPOTS LEFT!]
Week 4 registration closes Wednesday, July 15!
Outdoor Art Maker | Grades K-1 | [1 SPOT LEFT!]

From blue skies to a bird’s song, nature can give you a lot of ideas for art! Get ready to explore the outdoors and use what you see and hear to make different kinds of projects.

Badge Earned:  Daisy Outdoor Art Maker 

Outdoor Art Creator | Grades 2-3 | [1 SPOT LEFT!]

As an artist, you can walk outdoors and see colors, shapes, and ideas for things you want to create. Find out how you can make your own art outdoors and have fun doing it.

Badge Earned:  Brownie Outdoor Art Creator 

Global Girl | Grades 2-3 | [PROGRAM FULL]

Girls use stories to learn about the lives of girls all over the world as well as the girls in their own world. Through these stories girls will look for clues that can help them make a change so the world is a better place for all.

Badge Earned: Brownie World of Girls Journey

Outdoor Art Explorer | Grades 4-5 | [PROGRAM FULL]

From murals on buildings to oil paintings of landscapes, art and the outdoors go hand in hand. Let nature be your inspiration as you explore, create, and design different kinds of art.

Badge Earned:  Junior Outdoor Art Explorer

Outdoor Art Apprentice | Grades 6-9 | [PROGRAM FULL]

Being outside in nature is a great way to spark your creativity. Some of our greatest works of art are inspired by nature—from early on, cave people drew pictures of sunsets, the sky, animals, and trees. Take a trip to Grounds For Sculpture and get ready to observe and collect things outdoors that will drive your art and creativity— from colors and patterns to landscapes and wildlife.

Badge Earned:  Cadette Outdoor Art Apprentice

Project Projectile | Grades 6-9 | [PROGRAM FULL]

We're slinging it! Arrows for archery, water balloons from slingshots, mini catapults with a fruit chucking contest! Let's see how far it all flies. Spend the week building, testing, and launching with your friends (not at them!).

Badge Earned:  Cadette Woodworking 

Camp Aide | Grades 9-11 | [PROGRAM FULL]

Camp Aides help to keep camp fun by singing songs, leading fire building, and encouraging our campers to be the best G.I.R.Ls they can be. Must have completed either the CAT training or CIT program in order to participate.

Counselor-in-Training Group 1 | Grades 9-11 | [PROGRAM FULL]

**Important Info: This is a two-week program. Girls MUST attend both weeks to complete their CIT training. July 20-24 & July 27-31**

Our Counselor-in-Training Program (CIT), formally known as the CATs program, aims to train Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts to be effective leaders and to understand the necessary qualities and responsibilities required to be a camp counselor.

Girl Scouts provides CITs with the tools they need to be leaders at camp as well as their community at large. Under the direction of our Leadership staff, CITs will expand their leadership skills by shadowing counselors, taking certification courses, and participating in various activities and workshops that will prepare them for working with campers of all ages.

Badges Earned: Girls who complete this two-week program will earn their CIT pin & Senior First Aide Badge.

Counselor-in-Training Group 2 | Grades 9-11 | [5 SPOTS LEFT!]

**Important Info: This is a two-week program. Girls MUST attend both weeks to complete their CIT training. July 20-24 & August 3-7**

Our Counselor-in-Training Program (CIT), formally known as the CATs program, aims to train Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts to be effective leaders and to understand the necessary qualities and responsibilities required to be a camp counselor.

Girl Scouts provides CITs with the tools they need to be leaders at camp as well as their community at large. Under the direction of our Leadership staff, CITs will expand their leadership skills by shadowing counselors, taking certification courses, and participating in various activities and workshops that will prepare them for working with campers of all ages.

Badges Earned: Girls who complete this two-week program will earn their CIT pin & Senior First Aide Badge.

Week 5: July 27-31 | [1 SPOT LEFT!]
Week 5 registration closes Wednesday, July 22!
Hello, Earthlings! | Grades K-1 | [PROGRAM FULL]

Space scientists are people who study outer space—what’s in the sky. During this week at camp, you can be a space scientist as you look at the sky and talk about what you see!

Badge Earned:  Daisy Space Science Explorer

Into the Brownie Woods | Grades 2-3 | [PROGRAM FULL]

Girl Scouts love to sing songs, eat tasty snacks, and hunt for signs of animals and birds while hiking. Campers will learn what it takes to become a Brownie Hiker - Get ready for adventure!

Badge Earned:  Brownie Hiker

To STEMfinity & Beyond | Grades 2-3 | [PROGRAM FULL]

Whether you’ve searched for shooting stars or found shapes in the clouds, you’ve probably already spent some time looking at the sky. Now’s your chance to see the sky at Camp Oak Spring in a new way- like a space scientist does!

Badge Earned:  Brownie Space Science Adventurer

Earth, Wind, Fire, Water | Grades 4-5 | [PROGRAM FULL]

Take a trip to Oak Spring that will bring you closer to nature - and to your Girl Scout sisters. In this program, you’ll help plan your camping adventure! You might watch a sky full of clouds, cook your own meal, or share silly stories around the campfire. And you’ll definitely learn some new outdoor skills as you take part in this favorite Girl Scout tradition.

Badge Earned: Junior Camper 

Secret Agent Academy | Grades 4-5 | [1 SPOT LEFT!]

Stories, movies, and television are full of amazing detectives solving mysteries and bringing criminals to justice. Their job is important, exciting, and takes serious skills - Skills you can try in this program. Grab you magnifying glass and dive into the science of detecting.

Badge Earned: Junior Detective

Escape the Camp | Grades 6-9 | [PROGRAM FULL]

Special Agents wear many hats - detective, scientists, enforcer of the law. Grab your magnifying glass and your microscope, take a trip to an escape room, and uncover your skills in one of the most exciting programs of the summer!

Badge Earned: Cadette Special Agent

Oak Spring Ninja Warrior | Grades 6-9 | [PROGRAM FULL]

Want to test your strength, challenge your stamina, and learn the importance of working as a team?  Design your own challenge course, as you train your body and mind to take home the title of Oak Spring Ninja Warrior.

Badge Earned: Cadette Good Sportsmanship

Camp Aide | Grades 9-11 | [1 SPOT LEFT!]

Camp Aides help to keep camp fun by singing songs, leading fire building, and encouraging our campers to be the best G.I.R.Ls they can be. Must have completed either the CAT training or CIT program in order to participate.

Week 6: August 3-7 | [11 SPOTS LEFT!]
Week 6 registration closes Wednesday, July 29!
Under the Deep Blue Sea | Grades K-1 | [1 SPOTS LEFT!]

What do you imagine when you think about the deep blue sea? Mermaids, plants, and maybe some sea animals. During this week you will scuba deep into the ocean, or the pool, and discover all the amazing things about the sea. Swim like a fish and dive into the adventure right here at Oak Spring.

Badge Earned:  Daisy Petals

Holidays Around the World | Grades 2-3 | [1 SPOTS LEFT!]

Friends are another kind of family. They are the people you have fun with and who can help you when you need it. Try this program to learn how to make new friends and learn about holidays around the world!

Badge Earned:  Brownie Making Friends

Out of the Box | Grades 2-3 | [1 SPOT LEFT!]

By paying close attention during experiments, scientists learn new things - even if they’ve done the test before. That means you don’t have to grow up to be a scientist. You’re a scientist every time you do an experiment, event at camp!

Badge Earned:  Brownie Home Scientist

Hogsmead on the Hill 2 | Grades 4-5 | [2 SPOTS LEFT!]

At camp, the fun never stops- and you know what they say, time flies like a golden snitch when you're having fun! Don't want the fun to stop? Put your new jewelry skills to the test, and create your very own time-turner, but be careful, wouldn't want to end up at the end of summer! 

Badge Earned:  Junior Jeweler

Gnome Time to Waste | Grades 4-5 | [PROGRAM FULL]

Macrame plant holders, elegant flower decorations and a mini garden of your own. Sound like you? Plants can grow in all environments, even in the desert. Join us this week to create your own environments for different plants to grow, grow your own, and learn which plants will grow the best right in your backyard.

Badge Earned:  Junior Gardener

The Magic of Herbology | Grades 6-9 | [6 SPOTS LEFT!]

From the Forbidden Forest to Mandrakes to Leaping Toadstools and more!  Meet us at the gardens to learn all about poisonous plants, herbs that have healing powers and even break out some dragon dung to plant your own!

Badge Earned:  Cadette Trees 

Camp Survivalist | Grades 6-9 | [PROGRAM FULL!]

Primitive camping can be a challenge, even for seasoned campers. Get ready to step up your outdoor skills, get into nature, and make extra special memories while camping at Oak Spring.

Badge Earned:  Cadette Primitive Camper

Camp Aide | Grades 9-11 | [PROGRAM FULL!]

Camp Aides help to keep camp fun by singing songs, leading fire building, and encouraging our campers to be the best G.I.R.Ls they can be. Must have completed either the CAT training or CIT program in order to participate.

Week 7: August 10-14 | [3 SPOTS LEFT!]
Week 7 registration closes Wednesday, August 5!
Daisy Camp Out | Grades K-1 | | [PROGRAM FULL]

Camping is an adventure! Play in nature, eat outside, and have fun with your fellow G.I.R.L.s. Are you ready to go camping?

Badge Earned:  Daisy Buddy Camper 

Adventure G.I.R.L. | Grades 2-3 | [PROGRAM FULL]

There are some many amazing adventures waiting for you at Camp Oak Spring. So hang on, jump in, and get ready to explore the great outdoors!

Badge Earned: Brownie Outdoor Adventurer

Take the Stage | Grades 2-3 | [2 SPOTS LEFT!]

Do your feet start to tap when you hear circus music? Get ready to jump up and move to the  beat. You’ll learn fun warm-up, perform steps, learn to juggle, and make a performance of your very own.

Badge Earned: Brownie Dancer

H2WOAH! | Grades 4-5 | [PROGRAM FULL]

People have been traveling by water for thousands of years. At first, boats, such as canoes, were powered by people. Later, boats were built to use other forms of energy to move, like catching wind in a sail. During this week at camp, you’ll explore how paddle boats work and use the Design Thinking Process to engineer your own paddle boat.

Badge Earned: Junior Paddle Boat Design Challenge 

Storm Chasers | Grades 4-5 | [PROGRAM FULL]

Have you ever wondered how the Oak Spring bubble protects us from most storms? Us too! Weather patterns are crazy and are often unpredictable. Weather can be damaging to the environment and to our bodies if we don't know how to stay protected in an emergency situation. Spend the week in the great outdoors while learning how to take care of not only yourself but the world around you!

Badge Earned: Junior Eco Camper

Guard Start | Grades 6-9 | [PROGRAM FULL]

Girls will participate in the American Red Cross pre-life guarding program; Junior Lifeguarding. It is designed to guide youth to the American Red Cross lifeguarding program by building a foundation of knowledge, attitudes, and skills for future lifeguards. The foundations consist of five categories: prevention, fitness, response, leadership, and professionalism.

Badge Earned: Cadette First Aid 

Camp Hollywood | Grades 6-9 | [1 SPOT LEFT!]

When it thrills, makes you laugh, or has a fantastic twist, a movie or TV show can seem like magic. And a great show starts with a great script! Screenwriters write scripts meant to be filmed. In this program, put all your viewing experience to good use- let it inspire you as you try your hand at writing for the big (or small) screen.

Badge Earned: Cadette Screenwriter 

#adulting | Grades 9-11 | [PROGRAM FULL]

Can't wait to grow up? Go to college, move out, get a job, buy a car? Bring a friend to Camp Oak Spring and join us for this unique program where you'll lean some of the life skills you'll need when transitioning from teen into confident young adult. From basic cooking and sewing, to resume & interview prep, to learning how to care for your car. If you're ready to start #adulting, don't miss out on this week at camp!

Badge Earned: Senior Localvore & Senior Dinner Party or Ambassador College Knowledge & Car Care fun patch 

Camp Aide | Grades 9-11 | [9 SPOTS LEFT!]

Camp Aides help to keep camp fun by singing songs, leading fire building, and encouraging our campers to be the best G.I.R.Ls they can be. Must have completed either the CAT training or CIT program in order to participate.

Week 8: August 17-21 | [12 SPOTS LEFT!]
Week 8 registration closes Wednesday, August 12!
Oak Spring Summer Games: Daisies | Grades K-1 | [3 SPOTS LEFT!]

All for one and one for all! Join together with the Daisy team and head to the starting line, where you will be off to the races in no time! Compete against other groups to take home the title of champion at Oak Spring. Learn all about teamwork and the importance of working together, while trying new games, activities and adventures.

Badge Earned:  Daisy Petals

Color Your World | Grades 2-3 | [7 SPOTS LEFT!]

Campers will take what they see and make it beautiful. Learn to paint and color your world in super strokes, terrific tie-dye, laced-up lanyard, and creative colors!

Badge Earned:  Brownie Painting

Oak Spring Summer Games: Brownies | Grades 2-3 | [2 SPOTS LEFT]

Join together with the Brownie team and head to the starting line, where you will be off to the races in no time! Compete against other groups to take home the title of champion of Oak Spring. Discover new and fun ways of staying healthy and fit, from foods to exercises, it is bound to be a week you will never forget!

Badge Earned:  Brownie My Best Self

Team Tie Dye | Grades 4-5 | | [PROGRAM FULL]

Ever wanted to create your own product and put it up for sale? Or how about creating your own tye dying business? This week you will work together as a team to make everyday objects better, turn ordinary objects into something else and even try to pitch the idea to sell it to the office! You will certainly be the star of the show in this innovator of a program.

Badge Earned:  Junior Product Designer

Oak Spring Summer Games: Juniors | Grades 4-5 | [PROGRAM FULL]

Join together with the Junior team and head to the starting line, where you will be off to the races in no time! Compete against other groups to take home the title of champion of Oak Spring. This week you will engage your mind and your body in learning new ways to stay healthy. No matter what sport you play or hobby you love, you wouldn't be able to do it without staying healthy!

Badge Earned:  Junior Staying Fit

If You’re Happy & You Know it...Camp Rewind! | Grades 6-9 | [PROGRAM FULL]

Not ready for camp to end? Click that rewind button and come help lead all your favorite camp activities while making friends and having the time of your life. Badge Earned: Science of Happiness

Badge Earned:  Cadette Science of Happiness

Oak Spring Summer Games: Cadettes | Grades 6-9 | [PROGRAM FULL]

Join together with the Cadette team and head to the starting line, where you will be off to the races in no time! Compete against other groups to take home the title of champion of Oak Spring. This week you will engage your mind and your body in learning new ways to stay healthy. No matter what sport you play or hobby you love, you wouldn't be able to do it without staying healthy!

Badge Earned:  Cadette Staying Fit

Camp Aide | Grades 9-11 | [4 SPOTS LEFT!]

Camp Aides help to keep camp fun by singing songs, leading fire building, and encouraging our campers to be the best G.I.R.Ls they can be. Must have completed either the CAT training or CIT program in order to participate.


 

In-Person Camp Info

Financial Assistance

We believe that every girl should have the opportunity to go to Summer Camp. GSCSNJ offers Council Cares to those who need assistance paying for camp. Please complete the Council Cares Form and send to customercare@gscsnj.org to start the process. All applicants for Summer Camp financial assistance must be current registered members of Girl Scouts.

All applications are confidential. Awards are based on need and availability of funds. Awards will not be granted when there is an outstanding debt to GSCSNJ. Awards are non-transferable.

CampDoc Information

CampDoc.com is the electronic health record management system we utilize during summer camp. It will help us consolidate and integrate camper health information into a centralized and secure location. The CampDoc system will give our Health Supervisors and Nurses instant access to camper health information, a key component in providing patient care. Families who used the CampDoc system last summer will not have to re-enter all of the camper’s information. All you have to do is update and make any necessary corrections.

The security, confidentiality, and privacy of your campers’ personal health information will always be protected. The CampDoc.com site is secure, encrypted, and password protected.

You will receive a “Welcome E-mail” from CampDoc.com with information about how to set up your account and complete your camper's health information within 2 weeks of your registration being processed.

If you have any questions regarding CampDoc, please email bclemson@gscsnj.org.

CampDoc Tip: Make sure to set register@campdoc.com as a “safe sender” to avoid accidental delivery of emails from CampDoc to junk and spam folders.

Older Girl Leadership Programs

Our Counselor-in-Training (CIT) programs are courses that train Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts to be effective leaders and to understand the necessary qualities to not only be a Camp Aide, but eventually become a Camp Counselor! Under the direction of our Leadership Staff, CITs will expand their leadership skills by shadowing counselors, taking certification courses, and participating in various activities and workshops that will prepare them for working with campers of all ages. 

CIT

Our Counselor-in-Training Program (CIT), formally known as the CATs program, aims to train Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts to be effective leaders and to understand the necessary qualities and responsibilities required to be a camp counselor.

Girl Scouts provides CITs with the tools they need to be leaders at camp as well as their community at large. Under the direction of our Leadership staff, CITs will expand their leadership skills by shadowing counselors, taking certification courses, and participating in various activities and workshops that will prepare them for working with campers of all ages.

Badges Earned: Girls who complete this two-week program will earn their CIT pin & Senior First Aide Badge.  Level: Senior & Ambassador (Grades 9-11)

Camp Inawendiwin (Day Camp CIT) | July 6-10 & July 13-17

Camp Oak Spring (Day Camp CIT) | July 20-24 & Juy 27-31

 

Camp Aide

Camp Aides help to keep camp fun by singing songs, leading fire building, and encouraging our campers to be the best G.I.R.Ls they can be. Must have completed either the CAT training or CIT program in order to participate.  Level: Senior & Ambassador (Grades 10-12)

Camp Inawendiwin | Every Week (Links in Inawendiwin's section above)

Camp Oak Spring | Every Week (Links in Camp Oak Sring's section above)

Cancellation Policy & Transfer Requests

GSCSNJ Camps must receive a written request for cancellation and refund no later than 30 days prior to your camp begin date in order to receive a refund, minus the non-refundable $50 deposit per program.

Campers who cancel due to medical reasons within 30 days of the first day of their camp session are required to submit a Doctor’s note in order to receive a refund, minus the non-refundable $50 deposit per program.

Transfer Requests

All Camp session transfers must be received by written request. A transfer will only be transferred if capacity allows.

All transfers after the original registration will have a $25 transfer fee applied. Transfers may include (but not limited to) switching from one program to another, one bus stop to another, or one mode of transportation to another.

Parent Handbooks

Please Note: The resources above are the original version, created before COVID-19 changes. Some of the information in these documents have changed. If you have any questions, please contact your camp's Camp Director for the most updated information.

Camp Forms