Girl Scouts in San Jacinto Council have a variety of ways they can go camping! In addition to overnight camp and day camp opportunities during the summer months, girls can camp with their troops during the school year, attend special weekend-long events at camp designed just for their level or even go camping with their family at a Girl Scout camp property. Learn more about each of these camp opportunities.
Troops can spend the day or camp overnight at most of the council’s camps throughout the spring, fall, and winter months. From primitive camp sites to climate-controlled cabins, the council’s facilities can meet a wide range of camping experience levels.
While at camp, Girl Scouts can hike, study nature, cook outdoors, and find the Big Dipper in a star-filled sky. Specialized activities specific to certain camp properties include horseback riding, bicycling, a challenge course, sailing, and canoeing just to name a few.
Treelake Troop Kits are available for troop leaders and families to
reserve ultimate weekend camping experience. These fun kits contain a
range of topics to explore - from aquatics and birdwatching to
geocaching and team building, plus more! We have kits designed for all
Girl Scout levels.
Campers can reserve a kit through the SignUpGenius in advance or on the day they arrive on camp. The kits are for use only at Camp Agnes Arnold and Camp Misty Meadows Ranch for day or overnight camping. Review the checkout process.