When girls spend quality time outdoors, they thrive physically, emotionally, and intellectually. It’s a win-win!
Our Girl Scout volunteers, often experienced Girl Scouts themselves, pour their heart and soul into passing on valuable Girl Scout traditions, providing outdoor experiences by way of skill-building competitions, sailing, canoeing, and flag folding just to name a few.
At Girl Scouts of Orange County, we are fortunate to have the following volunteer-led outdoor events available to girls. Events run like clockwork. They are organized and full of girl adventure!
Here’s a snapshot of a few GSOC volunteer-led outdoor Girl Scout adventures:
A Service Unit specific event, Junior Jam is a skills competition for Junior Girl Scout troops. Please see your local Service Unit for details.
Girl Scout Cadettes (along with some Junior Girl Scout Lookie-Loos) gather every fall for a weekend of outdoor skill-building competitions, community service opportunities, and sisterhood ceremonies.
G.A.M. (“Gathering of All Mariners”)
From sailing and canoeing to knot tying and flag folding, this annual volunteer-led event at the Newport Dunes provides Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors opportunities to have fun and build their nautical skills.
Learn about more outdoor opportunities for Girl Scouts below: