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Camp and Outdoors

You live in a world of screens—smartphone! laptop! TV! tablet!—and sometimes you just want to get away from it all. We get it. That’s why you can focus your whole Girl Scout experience on getting outdoors.

You’ll develop the kind of outdoor skills it’s hard to get anywhere else. Skills like building a campfire, pitching a tent, or canoeing across a lake.

Hey, how about adding some horseback riding, rock climbing, and archery to the mix? Round things out with a ropes course, some zip lining, and maybe a week-long back-country trek, and you’ll find out how much fun it can be to unplug and explore the world around you.


   

 

    

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GSOC High Adventure: Girl Scouts of Orange County defines High Adventure as any activity which requires special training and/or safety equipment for girls and adults. With proper assistance and a can-do attitude, Girl Scout are bidding farewell to their comfort zones and embarking on amazing challenges. Getting out of their comfort zone is one way to gain courage, strengthen team building, and achieve many of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience Outcomes.

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GSOC Field Trip Resource Guide: Orange County contains a wide variety of rich culture, history, parks, museums, and more! Find information on local field trips that can be great experiences for Girl Scouts.

 

To find documents related to Camp and the Outdoors, go to Forms and Docs and use the search box to find the forms listed below as well as many others.

(These are not links, but suggested search terms for use on the Forms and Docs page)

Approved Vendor List

Guidelines and Application

GSOC Field Trip Resource Guide

High Adventure Script

High Adventure FAQ