Community Day Camps also provide leadership experiences for Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors in 6-12th grade who help plan and run the camps in partnership with adult Girl Scout volunteers. Opportunities will vary by camp.
Special instructions regarding COVID-19: Girl Scouts of Orange County is closely monitoring the COVID-19 updates from the Centers for Disease Control, the World Health Organization, the California Department of Public Health, and the Orange County Health Care Agency. Registrants will be notified if the decision is made to cancel Camp Programs (day camp, weekend camp, or summer resident camp) this summer due to recommendations from local and national health authorities. In the event of cancelation by GSOC, all registrants will receive a full refund.
When your girl participates in a local volunteer-led Day Camp she makes new friends, develops healthy relationships and learns to practice cooperation and team building. Day Camps are offered from late June through early August and provide girls with enriching local outdoor experiences.
Camps listed below are 2020 summer day camps. Please check back in early spring for the links to the 2020 offerings.
|2020 Dates||Hosting Camp||2020 Themes|
|Jun 15-19||ANLB Day Camp||Oh the Places We'll Go|
|Jun 15-19||Brea Day Camp||Camp Camelot|
|Jun 22-26||Orange Day Camp||Beauty and Brains|
|Jun 22-26||Rancho Trabuco Day Camp||"Girls Go for the Gold"|
|Jun 22-26||Yorba Linda Day Camp||Discover Your Super Powers|
|Lake Forest||Dancing Through the Decades|
|Jul 6-10||Huntington Beach||Back to Basics|
|Jul 13-17||Oso Valley Day Camp||Safari Adventure|
|Jul 13-17||Tustin Twilight Day Camp|
|TBD||Irvine Day Camp|
Day Camp activities and themes vary from year to year, but there's always plenty of fun in store. Past day camps have included:
- Competing in obstacle
- Learning how to pitch a tent and set-up a safe campsite
- Cooking outdoors with a Dutch Oven and Buddy Burner
- Participating in community service projects
- Making and exchanging SWAPs with fellow campers
- Building volcanoes and watching them erupt
- Attending a STEM panel with female engineers
- Swimming, singing, hiking, and more!