Outdoor experiences allow everyone to develop new skills that will serve them in their everyday lives; skills such as greater independence, communication, and decision-making. Our camps provide a safe, structured place for girls (and adults!) to take risks, try new things, and build on their courage, confidence, and character in our outdoor environment! Whether visitors come for a week, a day, or an afternoon, they’ll go home with great memories of fantastic new experiences that will last a lifetime!
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Outdoor Adventure Certifications
Did you know that you can become a paid Outdoor Adventure Facilitator? We offer certifications for outdoor programs such as Archery, Zipline and High Ropes, Small Watercraft, and Lifeguarding. Outdoor Adventure Facilitators may be reimbursed for assisting with outdoor troop programing! You may become an Independent Facilitator by paying for your own certification, or you may become a Contracted Facilitator and receive Council’s assistance financing your training. To learn more about certification opportunities, visit our Volunteer Trainings page. If you're interested in becoming a paid Outdoor Adventure Facilitator, please contact Hannah Stradley.
Adopt a Unit
All camps now have a program called Adopt a Unit. You and your troop will commit to a year of helping keep a unit clean and looking great! Contact the appropriate Camp Ranger if you are interested in adopting a unit.
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