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DID YOU KNOW that the Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council has been around for 100 years? Yep, this year our council is a century old, and we're going to throw a big party to celebrate the milestone!

Mark your calendars. You don't want to miss this exclusive event!

Saturday, Dec. 3, 2022

Camp Agnes Arnold, Misty Meadows Ranch & Adventure Park

Your ticket will get you all-inclusive access to the party of the century! Tickets include a full day of entertainment, lunch, snacks, and activities. Magicians, face painting, performers, DJs, glow stick parties, inflatables, rock walls, and fireworks are just a handful of exciting things you'll experience at our 100th birthday party. 


Registered Participants

Registration for prescheduled activities

The moment you have been waiting for is here! Registration for prescheduled activities at the Celebration of the Century event opens on Nov. 1! We are so excited for each girl who registered for the celebration during the general registration to select one time slot for one prescheduled activity at the event. Because space is limited, participants cannot select multiple activities or multiple time slots for one activity. This will help us to ensure that more girls can participate in these popular activities.

Registration for prescheduled activities is on a first-come, first-served basis, so be sure to register as soon as you can. Registration closes on Nov. 17. 

There is no additional cost to select a prescheduled activity. Adults are not eligible for prescheduled registration. 

There are no waitlists for the prescheduled activities. Standby queues will be available for all prescheduled activities, but registrants in the standby queue are not guaranteed the opportunity to participate. Should you wish to participate in more than one of these special offerings, you can schedule one and attempt to do another by entering the standby queue. 

Please note:  
Registrants arriving more than 10 minutes after the scheduled start time of their prescheduled archery, zip lining, vaulting, or Love, Hug, and Groom session must enter the standby queue and are not guaranteed the opportunity to participate. Late arrivals CANNOT be accommodated for the rifle program or any of the horseback riding activities; participants arriving after the start time for these activities must enter the standby queue and are not guaranteed the opportunity to participate.

Additionally, please note the Girl Scout level for each activity, the required waivers for some activities, and the required clothing and equipment needed. 

While Celebration of the Century offers a full day of activities from 7:30 a.m. - 6:15 p.m., you should consider the following schedule when planning your day and making your prescheduled activity reservation: 

  • Agnes Arnold Adventure Park closes at 3:30 p.m.
  • Camp Agnes Arnold activities close at 4 p.m.
  • Misty Meadows Ranch activities close at 4:30 p.m.
Reserve your spot for one of these exciting activities! 

Zip Lining at the Adventure Park* 
Zip-lining sessions are time slots of one hour on the half hour beginning at 10:30 a.m. and ending at 2:30 p.m. For the 10:30 a.m. session only, optional transportation will be provided from the event opening at the Centennial Stage in Misty Meadows Ranch to the bridge to the Adventure Park at Camp Agnes Arnold. Sessions are for groups of 20 per hour. Only Girl Scout Cadettes and up can participate in zip lining. A signed waiver is required to participate. 

Time slots: 10:30 a.m. (20 participants); 11:30 a.m. (20); 12:30 p.m. (20); 1:30 p.m. (20); 2:30 p.m. (20)

Archery at Camp Agnes Arnold 
Participants will be instructed in basic archery skills and allowed to shoot. Sessions are every half hour from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. There is no session at noon. Groups of eight per half hour. Archery is for Brownie Girl Scouts and up.

Time slots: 10:30 a.m. (8 participants); 11 a.m. (8); 11:30 a.m. (8); 12:30 p.m. (8); 1 p.m. (8); 1:30 (8); 2 p.m. (8); 2:30 p.m. (8); 3 p.m. (8); 3 p.m. (8); 3:30 p.m. (8)

Archery at Misty Meadows Ranch 
Participants will be instructed in basic archery skills and allowed to shoot. Time slots are every half hour from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There is no session at noon. Groups of eight per half hour. Archery is for Brownie Girl Scouts and up.

Time slots: 10 a.m. (8 participants); 10:30 a.m. (8); 11 a.m. (8); 11:30 a.m. (8); 12:30 p.m. (8); 1 p.m. (8); 1:30 p.m. (8); 2 p.m. (8); 2:30 p.m. (8); 3 p.m. (8); 3:30 p.m. (8); 4 p.m. (8)

Taste of the Rifle Program at Misty Meadows Ranch 
Participants will be instructed in basic riflery skills and allowed to shoot air rifles. Time slots are every half hour from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Groups of 10 per half hour. The rifle program is for Girl Scouts ages 12 and up. A completed Rifle Permission Slip (F-601) is required to participate in this activity. 

Time slots: 10 a.m. (10 participants); 10:30 a.m. (10); 11 a.m. (10); 11:30 a.m. (10); noon (10); 12:30 p.m. (10); 1 p.m. (10); 1:30 p.m. (10); 2 p.m. (10); 2:30 p.m. (10); 3 p.m. (10); 3:30 p.m. (10); 4 p.m. (10)

Girl Scouts at all levels may shoot rubber band rifles. No preregistration is required for shooting the rubber band rifles. This is a walk-up activity.

Barn Activities at Misty Meadows Ranch 
Note that the barn is closed from 12:30-1:30 p.m. to rest the horses. The barn will close at 4:30 p.m. to feed and transfer the horses in anticipation of the fireworks.

Love, Hug, and Groom is a non-riding event that allows for direct interaction with the horses. 

Half-hour sessions for 12 participants per session. They begin at 10 a.m. and end at 4 p.m. Love, Hug, and Groom is for Girl Scouts at all levels.  

Time slots: 10 a.m. (12 participants); 10:30 a.m. (12); 11 a.m. (12); 11:30 a.m. (12); noon (12); 12:30 p.m. (12); 1 p.m. (12); 1:30 p.m. (12); 2 p.m. (12); 2:30 p.m. (12); 3 p.m. (12); 3:30 p.m. (12); 4 p.m. (12)

Brownie Pony Rides for Brownie Girl Scouts only. Brownies will have the opportunity to ride a pony while being led. A helmet, boots, and long pants are required. Participants can borrow a helmet and boots from the barn if needed. Half-hour sessions for eight participants per session from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  

Time slots: 10 a.m. (8 participants); 10:30 a.m. (8); 11 a.m. (8); 11:30 a.m. (8); noon (8); 1:30 p.m. (8); 2 p.m. (8); 2:30 p.m. (8); 3 p.m. (8); 3:30 p.m. (8); 4 p.m. (8)

Daisy Pony Rides for Daisy Girl Scouts only. Daisies will have the opportunity to ride a pony while being led. A helmet, boots, and long pants are required. Participants can borrow helmets and boots from the barn if needed. Half-hour sessions for 12 participants per session. They begin at 10 a.m. and end at 3:30 pm. 

Time slots: 10 a.m. (12 participants); 10:30 a.m. (12); 11 a.m. (12); 11:30 a.m. (12); Noon (12); 1:30 p.m. (12); 2 p.m. (12); 2:30 (12); 3 p.m. (12); 3:30 p.m. (12)

Barrel Vaulting Sessions are for Girl Scouts at all levels. Vaulting will be on a barrel, not a horse. Girls will learn compulsory and freestyle moves for equestrian vaulting. After a warm-up stretch, girls will get a chance to practice on our vaulting barrel. Leggings and sneakers are recommended attire. A special waiver signed by the parent or guardian is required. Half-hour sessions for 10 participants per session.  Sessions begin at 10 a.m. and end at 3:30 p.m.  

Time slots: 10 a.m. (10 participants); 10:30 a.m. (10); 11 a.m. (10); 11:30 a.m. (10); Noon (10); 1:30 p.m. (10); 2 p.m. (10); 2:30 p.m. (10); 3 p.m. (10); 3:30 p.m. (10)

*Please note that Adventure Park has weight requirements that participating girls must meet as part of the course safety guidelines. Please review the safety requirements before choosing to register your girl for Adventure Park.

Campsite Reservations


Want to book a camping site to extend the weekend festivities? Camp reservations for troops are only $15 per person for the whole weekend and will ensure you the shortest commute to the party activities. At this time, overnight camping is only available for troops.  Registration will open for weekend camping on Oct. 7! You MUST purchase a Celebration of the Century ticket prior to securing a campsite reservation. 

Camp reservations will differ for Celebration of the Century from a typical troop camp weekend. Troops will register for weekend accommodations on myGS Events rather than using the F-127 camp unit request form.

Troops should plan to arrive at the Treelake Welcome Center (Camp Arnold, Misty Meadows Ranch, and sites formerly known as part of Silver Springs) or at Camp Robinwood on Friday evening between 4 p.m. and 10 p.m. Troops can depart on Sunday morning after their designated check-out time. All check-outs will be complete by noon on Sunday.  

Saturday morning arrivals and evening departures cannot be accommodated for this event. Please note that troops assigned overnight camping at Camp Robinwood will need to provide their own transportation to and from Treelake where all of the Centennial events are taking place on Saturday.   

Troops will not be able to request specific accommodations or accommodation types for this event. Troops will be placed to maximize the number of girls that can spend the weekend. Accommodations will be at Camp Arnold, including the area formerly known as Silver Springs, Misty Meadows Ranch, or Camp Robinwood.  Accommodations may be in platform tents, cabins, elevated treehouses, or dorms. Troops will be notified two weeks before the event of their camp location and type of unit assigned.

To register for camping, troops must have a Camping and Overnight Basics (COB) trained adult or the legacy camp training certification plus an adult with a current First Aid/CPR certification. You can find the Camping and Overnight Basics on gsLearn. All adults must be registered and background checked to attend. Parents/guardians staying overnight with individual girls cannot be accommodated at this time.   

If there is a specific need or accommodation, please note it on the registration and send a follow up email to with additional details so we can best place the troop. Accommodations could include the need for an electrical outlet due to a CPAP machine, additional adult needed due to medical condition, accessible unit due to mobility issues, etc.

Helpful Tips:

  • Kitchen units will be shared among multiple troops. Easy to cook or no cook meals are recommended. (Lunch and two snacks are provided as part of the event).
  • Departure times will be assigned based on the unit. The expected range for most units is between 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. on Sunday. A 30-minute expected check-out timeframe will be provided in the accommodation email sent two weeks before the event.
  • Troops will need to bring their food, any special equipment, toilet paper, paper towels, soap, and cleaning supplies. A suggested packing list will be provided.
  • Pack your cooler with ice prior to arriving at camp.
  • To access gsLearn, go to Log into your myGS account from the green bar near the top of the screen. Choose My Account, the yellow button at the top of the screen. Next, select gsLearn from the left hand rail. Choose 591 Camping and Overnight Basics. This on-demand course will take about two hours to complete. You can start and stop the course as needed.
Preliminary Schedule
Preliminary Schedule for Centennial Celebration
Saturday, Dec. 3



7:30                Camp gates open and check-in begins.

7:45                Music and carnival entertainment begins at the stage in                                       the Centennial Field near the pastures at Misty Meadows                                     Ranch.

8:30               Parade line up begins at Misty Meadows Ranch.

9:00               Centennial parade and mounted flag ceremony at Misty                                       Meadows Ranch.

9:20-9:50       Opening program at the Centennial Stage.

10:00              Activities open at Misty Meadows Ranch and Camp Agnes                                   Arnold.

10:30              Zip Lining opens at the Adventure Park.

                       Morning snacks available.

.11:00              Event check-in closes.


12:30-1:30         Grab and go lunch available at Camp Agnes Arnold and                                        Misty Meadows Ranch.

3:00                   Afternoon snack available.

3:30                   Zip lining at the Adventure Park closes.

4:00                   Activities close at Camp Agnes Arnold.

4:30                   Activities close at Misty Meadows Ranch.

                           Entertainment at Centennial Stage begins.

5:15                    Closing program at the Centennial Stage.

                           Birthday glow party and Happy Birthday treat.

Dark*                 Centennial fireworks.

*Estimated sunset is at 5:20 p.m.. We anticipate it will be dark around 6 p.m.

What Should I Pack?

Here's what you should bring to camp for the day:

  • Signed waiver form for Misty Meadows Ranch.
  •  A small item to include in the time capsule.
  •  A blanket or towel to sit on.
  •  A canteen or water bottle to fill up during the day (no other beverages are being provided).
  • Layered clothing for changes in the weather.
  • Good walking shoes with closed toes.
  • If the day is colder: hat, jacket, gloves.
  • Hand wipes and/or sanitizer.
  • Inspect repellant, sun hat or cap, sunscreen.
  • Camera and/or cell phone.
  • Signed waiver form for zip lining, the rifle program, or barrel vaulting if you have a reservation or plan to join the standby line.

Here's what you should bring for overnight camp:

  • Two-three T-shirts 
  • Two to three pairs of shorts or pants
  • Two to three pairs of underwear and bras
  • Two to three pairs of socks
  • Pair of sneakers 
  • Jacket if the weather is cool
  • Pillow 
  • Sleeping bag or bedding
  • Brush or comb
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste 
  • Personal hygiene supplies 
  • Other personal toiletries 
  • Towel
  • Soap, shampoo ,and conditioner  
  • Flashlight 
  • Bandana 
  • One roll of toilet paper for each five in your group


  •  Permission slips
  • Medical forms 
  • Adventure Park Waivers if ziplining
  • Farm Animal Waivers (everyone)
  • Rifle Program Form if participating
  • Barrel Vaulting Form if participating
  • Adult Emergency forms
  • Troop roster
  • Troop first-aid kit
  • Hand Soap (if you are camping)
  • Cleaning Supplies (if you are camping)

 Things NOT to do or bring: 

  • Smoking is prohibited in camp; our camps are all smoke-free. 
  • All alcohol, illegal drugs and weapons are prohibited on camp property. Appropriate action will be taken if girls or adults are found in violation of council policy.
  • Gum is not allowed in camp. 

Each participant will receive a lightweight backpack on arrival. We will provide water stations, but no containers. We also will provide a morning and afternoon snack, lunch, and an evening dessert. You can bring other food or beverage items, but no on-site storage, ice, or refrigeration is available.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you provide more details on the activities that make this event unique?  

This indoor/outdoor event spread out over Misty Meadows Ranch, Camp Agnes Arnold, and Adventure Park will be bigger than anything you have ever attended in our council. We'll have special offerings like fireworks, carnival entertainers - jugglers, magicians, and balloon artists - and petting zoos. The festivities also will  inlcude a main stage with music and video entertainment.

You will have an opportunity to share experiences with our special interest groups and some of our VIPS, too. How about hula hooping with CEO Mary “Hoops” Vitek? Bet you didn’t know she was a competitive and award-winning hula hooper. While some of the activities may be familiar, there have never been so many offered at the same time and place. Since it is our centennial, there will be more than 100 activities to participate in over the course of the day.

What time does the event end?  

The day ends with the fireworks show, which will take place at dark, approximately 5:30 p.m. or 6 p.m.

Can someone who is not attending the event come help us set up?
No, for security reason we are not allowed to have anyone who is not a participant of the event past the check in area. 

How will parking work?
Please pack light and bring the fewest number of vehicles as possible! Parking will be tight for this event. When you arrive at camp, proceed to the Welcome Center.  You will be directed from there.  At the parking lot please follow the directions of the parking crew and park close but sensibly.  Remember to watch for girls in the parking lot!

How will check-in work?
Bring the Troop/Group Roster, and Farm Animal Waiver forms.  YOU WILL BE CHECKED IN BY TROOP NUMBER. DO NOT unpack everything until you are checked in.  

How will check-out work?  
If you are attending for the day only, you’ll be dismissed after the fireworks show.  If you are camping, you will check out your unit with the Reserve Rangers on Sunday.  After that, you are free to leave.

How will kapers work?  
We will assign event kapers to each troop/group that is camping. These will be listed in your Troop packet that you pick up at check-in.  All groups are responsible for the unit kapers in their unit (trash, clean up, etc.) as well as their “all-camp-kaper.” 

Can we bring SWAPS?
Yes, but swaps are at the discretion of the individuals and groups attending. We will also have a swap station where you can make your own swaps to trade. There is not a designated area at camp to trade your swaps – just do it anytime you meet a new Girl Scout! (In front of the Centennial Stage is a great location!)

Does the event provide toilet paper?
The event will provide toilet paper and paper towels for the day on Saturday. Troops that are camping must bring their own.  Be sure to also bring hand soap and cleaning supplies for your unit.

Can I bring snacks for my troop?
Sure!  Especially if you are travelling a long way to get to camp, we know your girls (and adults) might get hungry!  Feel free to bring snacks, coolers/ice chests, etc.  If you have a lot to carry, think about a backpack or tote bag to put it all in.  You may also bring a wagon or cart; just be aware that wagons and carts will not be allowed on the people movers.

Can we bring chairs / picnic blankets / etc?
Sure!  You might enjoy having something to sit on by the stage.  (Sit-Upons, anyone?) In fact, we encourage everyone to have a towel or blanket to sit on. To ensure everyone can see the stage, please do not set up chairs in the Centennial Field near the stage.  (Chairs on the edge are fine.)

Emergency Information
Participants Information

Participants with severe medical conditions are encouraged to self-identify.  You can wear distinctive markings that will make it easy for caregivers to identify your condition. 

Additionally, we encourage all participants with severe medical conditions to visit our infirmaries and/or first-aid stations and make caregivers aware of any particulars related to your condition at the time you arrive for our day-long event.

Troop first aiders should carry a first-aid kit with them and be ready to assist anyone in need. First-aid stations are located throughout the camp and at camp infirmaries.

Fire: RACE

R: Remove yourself and participants away.

A: Alert any event staff of fire, activate any fire alarm if in a building.

C: Contain, if possible, inside the building by closing doors while exiting.

E: Extinguish small fires with extinguisher or buckets of water.

After evacuating, get a headcount and wait to be released.


Immediately move towards the parking lot your vehicle is located.

Take a headcount of all passengers.

Follow staff instructions.

Medical Emergencies

Notify any event staff.

Check the scene for safety before entering.

Administer care until help arrives.

Move other participants away from the scene.

Wild Animals

Remain quiet, back away and don’t engage.

Notify any event staff.

Keep everyone away.

Sudden Severe Weather

Take shelter immediately in the closest building, or your vehicle.

Do not take shelter under pavilions.

Remain under cover until weather has passed.

Missing Person or Lost Person

Notify any event staff or first aid/information stations.

Notify troop leader or responsible adult.

Active Shooter (Reference FBI Active Shooter Quick Reference Guide)


  • Have a plan in mind. (If outside, run into the woods)

Keep quiet and calm:

  • Leave your belongings.
  • Leave any wounded.
  • Don’t wait for others, but help others exit if possible.
  • Keep hands visible.
  • Call 911 once safe.


  • Hide out of sight.
  • Lock door or block entry.
  • Silence phone.
  • Remain quiet.


  • Commit to your action.