Camp Sacajawea is open to EVERY girl who wants to challenge herself in the outdoors! Whether you’re looking for a camp experience that lasts a week or all summer long, we provide the activities you need to plan for a summer of adventure, friendship and fun. Although Camp Sacajawea primarily serves girls, we also provide separate units for sibling brothers, ages 3-12, with the exception of occasional activities throughout the day.
Our summer program at Camp Sacajawea begins on Monday, June 22, 2020 and continues through Friday, August 28; there is no camp on Friday, July 3. Camp begins every day at 9:00 a.m. and ends at 4:00 p.m. Extended Child Care is available.
Campers should bring a lunch, snack and water bottle to camp every day.
Not ready for a full week of camp? Get a taste of summer camp life at mini-camp with the same activities as our full-week campers. One-day through four-day opportunities are available every week of camp. Busing is not available for one and two-day mini-camp sessions.
Bring your Girl Scout Troop
Girl Scouts spend the school year together, why should they spend the summer apart? Troops that attend Camp Sacajawea together participate in the activities, experiences, personal growth, traditions, and fun of a summer at camp with their best friends, making great new friends along the way. Register your troop for a week at Camp Sacajawea.
When you come to camp, every girl will receive our Troop At Day Camp patch and the troop will receive a $50 discount on a future council Program On-Demand.
Expires December 18, 2020. Must meet Program On-Demand requirements.
It’s not basic; it’s extraordinary. Our traditional camp experience features everything you would expect, including a wide variety of age-appropriate fun and exciting activities including archery, boating, teamwork/challenge course, zipline, climbing wall, nature hikes, swimming, arts and crafts, and more. Plus, girls in kindergarten through eighth grade can earn Girl Scout badges to place on their uniforms and wear all year round. These badges are exclusive to Girl Scouts and are available to earn at Girl Scout Camp.
All Weeks - Ages 3-4
Our youngest campers, ages 3 and 4, light up camp with their excitement and imagination. These young girls and boys spend time together enjoying age-appropriate activities, including swimming, every day!
Sibling brothers between the ages of 5 - 12 are welcome. Boys enjoy the same activities as the girls, but with their own buddies!
July 13 - 17 and July 27 - 31
Campers entering fourth grade and older may enjoy a three-night sleepover experience at Camp Sacajawea. Attend a regular day of camp Monday, meeting with your friends and enjoying team-building activities. On Tuesday, you’ll return for an extended camp overnight, featuring outdoor cooking, nightly campfires, and more, that lasts until the end of the camp week on Friday.
During these two-week programs, girls develop leadership abilities, focus on outdoor skills and learn how to mentor younger campers. After training is successfully completed, they they can be registered for a one-week specialization program where they can focus their skills on a specific area of camp.
Technology camps at Camp Sacajawea offer campers an exciting combination of the world of technology and the great outdoors. During each session, campers will spend half of their day at the Program Activity Center exploring the world of technology. Come and enjoy space-themed S.T.E.M. activities, learn all about electric circuits, digital arts, and more! The remainder of the day will be spent outside in camp, enjoying traditional outdoor camp activities, including swimming, arts and crafts, boating, and more!
For each program, girls spend half their day specializing in an area that’s their passion. Whether their passion is art, cooking/baking, equestrian, or technology, girls will enjoy half of their day exploring these incredible activities. During the remainder of the camp day, they participate in traditional camp programs.
August 10 – 14
Do you have what it takes to be a crime scene investigator? Help unravel a mystery at Camp Sacajawea! Campers will work throughout the week in solving a mystery and learn some fun lessons in forensic. Dive into being an investigator! We'll spend the mornings investigating and the afternoons participating in camp activities.