- If your camper's not yet a Girl Scout, no problem! Annual membership is only $25 and can be added to your camp registration fee.
- We hope that after an awesome summer, you will continue to make the most of your membership and learn more about Girl Scouts.
Summer Camp FAQs
We are committed to the well-being and safety of our Girl Scout members, families, staff, and volunteers, and have addressed general questions below that will serve as standard operating procedures across all camp properties and programs.
Will my camper still be able to enjoy her favorite activities and traditions?
The hallmarks of our camps remain unchanged. Our fun camp themes, welcoming camp staff, exciting activities, and the creation of life-long memories will remain integral to every camp session.
Is my child required to wear a mask while at camp?
Yes, we will require that all campers and staff wear a face mask while with us at camp and during most activities, with the exception of eating, drinking, and sleeping. Please note that while campers will be allowed to wear a face shield, we will require a face mask as well. For any aquatics programs, masks will not be required while out/in the water or pool.
What are the required health screenings/procedures prior to arrival?
Prior to arrival at camp, each camper will be asked to complete a health questionnaire (arrival day for overnight camp) in addition to health screenings upon arrival.
Will my camper be in the same group throughout the week?
Yes, each camper will be in small group cohorts (units) that will travel throughout camp enjoying activities together. Co-mingling of units will be limited unless guidelines allow otherwise.
How are common camp spaces being disinfected and safe for my child to use?
Following established health and safety guidelines, day and resident camp staff will properly clean and disinfect any communal shared surfaces and equipment. We have added extra hand washing stations throughout our camps and hand sanitizers will be located in each program area. Throughout the day, we will teach and reinforce health hygiene practices, including proper handwashing.
I still have some questions; how can I find out more information about my camper's specific session?
What if my camper is not a Girl Scout?
Can you accommodate my campers' special needs (dietary, physical, medical, and/or emotional)?
What will my camper need to take with her? How will I know?
What should my camper leave at home?
Where do I find and submit my Health History and/or High Risk Activity Forms?
How do I enroll my camper with a friend?
Can my camper's whole troop register together?
Nationally accredited camps
All Girl Scouts San Diego camps are accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA). This national organization requires camp managers to meet rigorous standards in every facet of operation. Girl Scouts San Diego is proud to meet these important criteria. Find out more at the ACA site for parents.