Mornings at Camp Sacajawea begin with an opening ceremony and flag-raising, followed by a rundown of the day’s activities. From there, campers go to their unit (their home base) where they prepare for a day of fun and excitement. Every day features swimming, plus a variety of activities that may include archery, boating, nature exploration, arts and crafts, climbing wall, zip line and other team-building activities.
Bullseye! With the help of a certified instructor, campers will get the opportunity to learn how to safely use a bow and improve their shooting technique.
Arts and Crafts
Campers can explore their creativity in painting and drawing activities and classic camp crafts.
Under the supervision of trained specialists, campers learn how to boat and canoe safely as they paddle or row across the lake looking for the families of turtles that call scenic Brindle Lake home.
Camp Color Clash
During one special week of camp, campers are divided into teams and compete in a variety of exciting challenges. Bragging rights go to the team with the most points at the end of the week.
Camp Trading Post
Every camper receives a camp t-shirt and mug with registration. Campers in basic camp will need a mess kit (reusable plate, bowl, cup and utensils) for the weekly Thursday Cook Out in their unit.
The Trading Post has mess kits for sale, already assembled, just for you. We also have other incredible swag and camp clothing available for purchase. Show off your Sacajawea pride.
Camp cuisine is a culinary delight. Every Thursday, campers in basic camp units prepare meals in their units. Selections may include mac and cheese, spaghetti and the ever-popular pizza fondue.
Reaching new heights can be taken literally on Sacajawea’s climbing wall! Campers entering fourth grade and above challenge themselves to discover how high they can climb.
Girl Scout Badges
Exclusive to Basic Camp: Girls in kindergarten through eighth grade can earn Girl Scout badges to place on their uniforms and wear all year round. These badges are an exclusive to Girl Scouts and are available to earn at Girl Scout Camp.
Every day, our campers have the opportunity to cool off in our swimming pool. Play games with friends, swim, or just enjoy, refresh, and get ready for your next camp adventure!
Trust and teamwork are essential in life, and Sacajawea’s low-ropes course demonstrates its importance to campers in a fun and challenging way.
Nothing is more exhilarating than feeling the wind against your face while flying down our zip line. Available for campers entering fourth grade and older.