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Expedition Antarctica: Winter “Me & My Guy” camp at Sky High Ranch

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Are you ready to test your mettle against the elements?! Join us for an introduction to winter camping at Sky High Ranch for you and your guy!

This two-day, one-night excursion will introduce cold-weather tent camping, basic survival skills, and tips and tricks of the trade. Weather depending, we will practice snow skills such as snowshoeing and shelter building.

We will set up tents outside the lodge so campers can come inside during the night if desired. We’ll have plenty of hot cocoa and cider as well!

Registration deadline is January 6, 2017. The cost for this event is $50/ per person.

This camp is for girls and their significant male role model (age 18+) in their life. Girls should register with the adult male who will be attending. Adults are able to come with multiple daughters, if desired.

Register through the GSCO website and contact Kim.Petau@gscolorado.org for any questions.

Save the Date – Outdoor Programs in 2017

There is nothing better for the  mind, body and spirit, than spending time in nature. Natural experiences are being prescribed for medical conditions and the value of unplugging is more and more apparent.

Make plans to get outside this year with your Girl Scouts! Set a goal to get outside for 5 minutes of each troop meeting (or more!) Leaders and girls will enjoy time and connections they are able to build with nature and each other.

Here are outdoor events this year. Share them with your troop, mark your calendar!

Sept. 30-Oct. 2Sky High Ranch Fall Olympics Rendezvous  We’ll have opening /closing ceremonies, an Olympic torch, and medals. Includes: summer and winter Olympic sports, modified in silly ways. SHR is a rustic facility, be prepared to share a cabin with other troops.

Oct. 22 – Sky High Ranch Halloween Event – Do you want a chance to break in your Halloween costume before the big day? Come for a spooky, spectacular time! There will be pumpkin decorating, face painting, dancing, hay rides, and more from 11am-3pm. $5/person if registered online, $7/person at the dooe. (Children under 3 are free). No pets.

Oct. 30 – Tomahawk Ranch Trick or Treat –  Happy Halloween! A fun, free community evening of Trick or Treating! Dress in your costume & come collect treats at cabins. Hot cocoa & caramel apples will be found too! No registration needed.

December 4– Sky High Ranch Tree Lighting Ceremony and Brunch  Annual Tree Lighting & Brunch community event. Brunch at 10a.m.; tree lighting at 1p.m. We’ll have a buffet, family photo opps, crafts, and hot drinks!

December 11 – Tomahawk Brunch at the Barnyard with Santa  – Bring your friends & family to Tomahawk for brunch with Santa and the barnyard. Warm up at the campfire with cocoa and cider. Remember  your camera for pics with Santa and his furry friends.

January 13-15 – Expedition Antarctica” Sky High Ranch Me & My Guy  – Join us for an intro to winter camping at Sky High Ranch on a 2-day, 1-night excursion. We’ll introduce cold-weather tent camping, and survival skills.. Weather dependent, we’ll practice skills snowshoeing and shelter building. We’ll set up tents outside the lodge-campers can come inside if they want.

January 19 – Summer Camp Registration Opens! – mark your calendars, 9am our online offerings open!

February 4-5 – Winter Troop Camp at Lazy Acres! Enjoy winter fun at Lazy Acres! We celebrate with snowshoeing, snow archery, winter crafts, making edible snow and more! Sat. dinner – Sun. lunch are provided, bring a sack lunch for Sat. Dress warmly, bring a sled! Questions?  contact Jill Marostica jillmarostica@juno.com or (719) 676-4054.

March 2 – Camp Registration Round 2! – we fine-tune our camp offerings based on demand and open more spaces in popular sessions to maximize our camp enrollment!

April 14-15 Outdoor Skills Event at Sky High Ranch  – we held this leader enrichment for outdoor skills at Tomahawk last year. Join us at Sky High Ranch to learn more outdoor skills. More details coming soon!

April 21-23 Tomahawk Mountain Lodge Rendezvous – Is your troop looking to spend a weekend in the Rockies? Join us for a weekend of campfires, cocoa,  snow shoeing, stargazing, crafting, relaxation yoga, farm visits, dancing, DIY sugar scrubs and more!! Activities are age appropriate. Join in, or take it easy and stay warm with some hot cocoa by the fireside. All programs are planned by an older girl troop & Tomahawk Staff.

May 7- Tomahawk Spring Brunch –  Join us for a brunch and open house for you and your family. Come experience our camp cuisine and take a camp tour. On the tour, you’ll have the opportunity to ask staff all your burning summer camp questions. Staff will lead you on a visit of the lodge, barn and greenhouse. You’ll have the opportunity to dabble in a camp craft! Cost: $15(Adults, 12+); $10 (Ages 3-11); Under 3yrs FREE. Registration ends May 7, 2017.

May 7 Tomahawk and Sky High Ranch Open Houses – visit our camps for an open house before your girl comes to camp this summer!

We are excited to expand our offerings outdoors year over year! Please contact the Chief Outdoor Program Officer for additional questions regarding any outdoor programs.

Family Camps – Camp for Parents Too!

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Whenever parents are dropping their campers off at Girl Scouts of Colorado are dropping their girls off at Overnight Camp we often hear them asking, “Where is the camp for parents?”

If you are looking for an authentic Girl Scout Camp experience with your girl, we have some camps for you:

FC01 Lazy Acres Me and My Guy at Lazy Acres, 7/22-7/24, Brownie – adult: A 2-night camp for girls and their significant male role model (age 18+) in their life. Activities may include: hiking, superhero fun, campfires, and answering the call to adventure. Please register as a couple (1 girl: 1 adult) in CampInTouch. Price ($75) is per person. Questions? Contact the Outdoor Volunteer Programs Manager.

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FC04 Me & My Guy at Tomahawk Ranch, 8/5-8/7, Daisy – adult: An exciting two-night camp experience for individual girls and the significant male adult role models in their lives. Planned activities may include archery, crafts, hiking, s’mores, barn visits, mattress surfing and other fun outdoor activities. Register in CampInTouch. Price ($105) is per person.

We also have a camp for families to attend as a unit. This camp if offered during the second half of 4th of July week. Take some time in the mountains at a Girl Scout camp and create amazing memories as a family together:

FC03 Me & My Family at Tomahawk Ranch, 7/6-7/8, Daisy – adult: Experience Tomahawk Ranch camp as a family. Camp staff-planned activities may include archery, barn visits, crafts, hiking, yoga, campfires, dance parties and more. Open to all family members. Price ($105) is per person. Children 2 and under pay half if they bring their own bed (ex: PackNPlay). Register in CampInTouch.

Register now for Girl Scout Camp!
Review camp sessions.
Reserve a Girl Scouts of Colorado Property for your troop/group!
Check out Travel Opportunities for Girl Scouts!
Pay camp balances with CampInTouch, with a Cookie Credit Card or a Gift Card or a Program Credit Card prior to April 30 to lock in Early Bird Pricing!

Camps for Seniors and Ambassadors

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Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts have so many options at summer camp. They can go to our most adventurous camp sessions to hone their outdoors skills, they can go on extended trips, and they have amazing options with Troop Camps (new High Adventure Troop Camp!) and Family Camps too. Whatever the camp, Seniors and Ambassadors are bound to make lifelong friends and build skills that will come in handy as they grow into adulthood. Register your Girl Scout for camp now! Review camp sessions. Here is a list of open sessions at our camps at this time:

Adventure camps are a hit with Seniors and Ambassadors! They provide a level of challenge and skill mastery in a community atmosphere of support.
TR27 TARDIS
TR39 Expedition Wild! (12-days! Perfect for the girl that never wants to leave camp!)

Is horseback riding your thing? Seniors and Ambassadors can take a Colorado horseback adventure. In this trip, girls will take a 3-day, 2-night adventure on horseback. They’ll then spend 3 days on a working ranch at cowgirl camp. One day will be spent whitewater rafting.
TT01 Colorado Horseback Adventure

Three-day camps offer Seniors and Ambassadors a taste of camp without the huge time commitment! We know Cadettes often have busy summers, but there is still time for camp!
SH34 Wizarding World of Beasts (3-day)
TR45 Tri Wizard (3-day)

Leadership sessions enable trained Program Aides and Counselors In Training to further their skills leading girls and programs at camp. Program Aide should be completed during the Cadette years and then allows girls to register as a PA at Overnight Camp once they are entering 9th grade. CIT’s must complete a training their first year, and then continue their leadership with CIT 2 the second or third year after that. Our CIT 1 sessions are full at this time.
SH09, SH20, SH30, SH46, SH58, SH67 PA
SH11, SH21, SH32, SH48, SH59, SH69 CIT 2

Troop Camps are a fun for Seniors and Ambassadors to camp with their troop and leaders. At Troop Camps, meals, activities and lodging in camp cabins or tabins is included. At Troop Camp, you’ll experience sisterhood with other troops from around Colorado (and maybe beyond!)
SH35 Sky High Troop Camp
TC01, TC03, TC04, TC07 MMR Troop Camp
TC044, TC074 MMR High Adventure Troop Camp
TC05 Camp Jackson Troop Camp
TC06 Western Slope Troop Camp

Do you like to camp, and love the outdoors? Show off your skills! Reach for the Peak, is an annual outdoor skills competition that is 29 years strong. Do you and your troop have what it takes? Reach for the Peak is at Sky High Ranch on August 12-14. The Reach for the Peak Tickler gives troops a practice day of the skills before for the big event on June 4, 2016.

Family Camps allow Seniors and Ambassadors and their parents to experience Girl Scout Camp together (maybe for one last time if they are graduating!). Create memories at camp together where you’ll have delicious camp food, sleep in camp cabins together, and get to do fun camp activities too.

FC01 Lazy Acres Me and My Guy FC03 Tomahawk Ranch Me & My Family FC04 Tomahawk Ranch Me & My Guy

Register now for Girl Scout Camp!
Review camp sessions.
Reserve a Girl Scouts of Colorado Property for your troop/group! Check out Travel Opportunities for Girl Scouts!
Pay camp balances with CampInTouch, with a Cookie Credit Card or a Gift Card prior to April 30 to lock in Early Bird Pricing!

Camps for Cadettes

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Cadette Girl Scouts have a variety of options at summer camp. Whether it’s hiking to the top of a mountain, or soaring down the zipline, adventure and challenge are an essential piece of camp. Girls connect with each other and nature in an atmosphere like no other. Where else is it all girls, for girls, all the time? Register your Girl Scout for camp now! Review camp sessions. Here is a list of open sessions at our camps at this time:

Adventure camps are a hit with Cadettes! They provide a level of challenge and skill mastery in a community atmosphere of support.
NEW SH165 Iron Chef SHR
SH19, NEW SH435 Adventure Olympics
SH63 Legends of Archery
SH535 District 14
SH54 Pioneers
TR06, TR26 Arrows
TR07 Survivor
TR08 Storytellers
TR16 Olympians
NEW TR405 The Dark Side

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Farm based camps offer Cadettes a chance to build confidence while working with animals and in our greenhouse. They include horseback riding at nearby stables.
SH17 SH29 Ranch Hands

Water based camps offer new challenges and friends. It’s “cool” to build your water based skills at camp. In our land locked state, this is the place to be for Cadettes this summer.
SH28, SH56 Pond Hoppers
TR25 Pirate Splash

Zipline camps offer a bit of thrill and challenge. Girls are faced with team dilemmas on the low ropes course and then get to zip once a day (weather permitting). Girls must be at least 60lbs to avoid getting stuck mid-zip.
SH55, SH64 Zip Life

Is horseback riding your thing? Cadettes entering 7th grade through Ambassadors can take a Colorado horseback adventure. In this trip, girls will take a 3-day, 2-night adventure on horseback. They’ll then spend 3 days on a working ranch at cowgirl camp. One day will be spent whitewater rafting.
TT01 Colorado Horseback Adventure

Twelve-day camps offer Cadettes an extended time at camp. Who doesn’t want to spend more time building outdoor skills and lifelong friendships at the same time?
TR34 Mocking Jay (12-day)
TR35 H2O (12-day)
TR37 Girl v Zombies (12-day)
TR38 TR’s Go Pro (12-day)

Three-day camps offer Cadettes a taste of camp without the huge time commitment! We know Cadettes often have busy summers, but there is still time for camp!
TR01 Tri Tom (3-day)
TR45 Tri Wizard (3-day)

Troop Camps are a fun for Cadettes to camp with their troop and leaders. At Troop Camps, meals, activities and lodging in camp cabins or tabins is included. At Troop Camp, you’ll experience sisterhood with other troops from around Colorado (and maybe beyond!) Troop camps include activities, lodging and food at beautiful camp locations.
SH35 Sky High Troop Camp
TC01, TC03, TC04, TC07 MMR Troop Camp
NEW THIS YEAR! TC044, TC074 MMR High Adventure Troop Camp
TC02 Outdoor Cooking Troop Camp
TC05 Camp Jackson Troop Camp
TC06 Western Slope Troop Camp

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Do you like to camp, and love the outdoors? Show off your skills! Reach for the Peak, is an annual outdoor skills competition that is 29 years strong. Do you and your troop have what it takes? Reach for the Peak is at Sky High Ranch on August 12-14. The Reach for the Peak Tickler gives troops a practice day of the skills before for the big event on June 4, 2016.

Family Camps allow Cadettes and their parents to experience Girl Scout Camp together. Create memories at camp together where you’ll have delicious camp food, sleep in camp cabins together, and get to do fun camp activities too.
FC01 Lazy Acres Me and My Guy
FC03 Tomahawk Ranch Me & My Family
FC04 Tomahawk Ranch Me & My Guy

Register now for Girl Scout Camp! Review camp sessions.
Reserve a Girl Scouts of Colorado Property for your troop/group! Check out Travel Opportunities for Girl Scouts!
Pay camp balances with CampInTouch, with a Cookie Credit Card or a Gift Card prior to April 30 to lock
in Early Bird Pricing!

Camps for Juniors

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Junior Girl Scouts have a blast when they go to camp. They can go by themselves, with a buddy or “truddy” (a Girl Scout camp word for three-person buddy group), with their troop, or with their family. Register your Girl Scout for camp now! Review camp sessions, including dates and rates here. Here is a list of open sessions at our camps at this time:

Water based sessions challenge Juniors and allow them to have fun and cool off during the hot summer months.
SH02 Anchors Away
SH12 Boatload of fun
SH23, SH49 Canoe Crazy
SH40 Peaks to Ponds
TR13 Salamanders

Adventure camps offer Juniors a chance to sleep and cook out, enjoy time outdoors with new friends, and do many of the other activities at camp such as crafts, archery, sports and more!
SH03 Mystery Mountain
SH13, SH50 District 14
NEW SH155, SH25 Night Ninjas
NEW SH445 TV Game Shows
SH52 Sky High Ranch Pentathlon
SH61 Girl v Zombie
TR04 The Olympians
TR23 Scout vs Wild

Camps that offer zipline experiences challenge girls to grow on their own and as a team with their cabin and unit. Girls must weigh at least 60lbs to avoid getting stuck mid-zip.
SH04, SH26 Zippers

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Camps with horseback riding and farm activities are a hit with Juniors who love animals. Girls love working with animals in our barn and gardening in our green houses. Sometimes they get to eat what they harvest. Girls take horseback trail rides at a stable nearby.
SH14, NEW SH515 Farm Fillies
SH24, SH62 Hay Day at the Barnyard

Three-day camps are an action packed option for Juniors who are new to camp or have only a few days available to enjoy Girl Scout Camps during their summer schedule.
SH33 Wizarding World of Beasts (3-day)
NEW SH345 Sky High Sampler – Junior (3-day)
SH39 Sky High Explorers (3-day)
TR01 Tri Tom (3-day)
TR45 Tri Wizarding (3-day)

Twelve-day camps offer girls an extended period of skill building and increased opportunities for personal growth and development. Juniors who love camp create strong bonds with fellow campers and nature at these camps.
TR31 Dusty Boots (12-day)
TR32 I <3 Camp (12-day)

Troop Camps are a fun for Juniors to camp with their troop and troop leaders. At Troop Camps, meals, activities and lodging in camp cabins or tabins is included. At Troop Camp, you’ll experience sisterhood with other troops from around Colorado (and maybe beyond!)

SH35 Sky High Troop Camp
TC01, TC03, TC04, TC07 MMR Troop Camp
TC044, TC074 MMR High Adventure Troop Camp
TC02 Outdoor Cooking Troop Camp
TC05 Camp Jackson Troop Camp
TC06 Western Slope Troop Camp

Do you like to camp, and love the outdoors? Show off your skills! Reach for the Peak, is an annual outdoor skills competition that is 29 years strong. Do you and your troop have what it takes? Reach for the Peak is troops of Cadettes to Ambassadors. If your troop wants to do it as Cadettes, check it out this summer (even if you’re not Bridging until after next year). Reach for the Peak is at Sky High Ranch on August 12-14. The Reach for the Peak Tickler gives troops a practice day of the skills before for the big event on June 4, 2016.

Family Camps allow Juniors and their parents to experience Girl Scout Camp together. Create memories at camp together where you’ll have delicious camp food, sleep in camp cabins together, and get to do fun camp activities too.
FC01 Lazy Acres Me and My Guy
FC03 Tomahawk Ranch Me & My Family
FC04 Tomahawk Ranch Me & My Guy

Register now for Girl Scout Camp! Review camp sessions. Reserve a Girl Scouts of Colorado Property for your troop/group! Check out Travel Opportunities for Girl Scouts! Pay camp balances with CampInTouch, with a Cookie Credit Card or a Gift Card prior to April 30 to lock in Early Bird Pricing!

Become an archery instructor – trainings available!

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Does the thrill of teaching girls how to “hit a bullseye” sound fun to you? Consider becoming a certified archery instructor!

Our council needs more instructors to help teach archery at:

  • Local Troop Events
  • Service Unit and Troop Campouts
  • Day Camps led by volunteers
  • Family and Troop Camps led by volunteers

In a 4-hour workshop, you will learn the basics of how to instruct archery and test on skills that will help you safely share this exciting and popular sport with Girl Scouts!

Cost: $45/person (what a deal!)
Date: May 31, 1-5pm at Sky High Ranch (registration opens March 31)

Click on the links above for more information. We hope to see you at our trainings!

Archery instructor training is often priced much higher than $45/person, we are able to keep the costs low by having a dedicated volunteer teach the courses this year.

Once trained, you may be asked to help lead archery at Girl Scout events – our girls love archery! Archery equipment is available to rent at a rate of $50/day through Girl Scouts of Colorado.

 

 

Girl Scout Camp – An essential part of the Girl Scout Experience!

Our goal at summer camp and with outdoor programs, is to provide a safe environment where your daughter can gain essential skills and friendships while having fun and creating lasting memories. We look forward to helping your daughter discover the charm and magic of Summer Resident Camp.

When your daughter unpacks her belongings and settles into her unit, she will be heading for the time of her life. Memories are sure to be made roasting marshmallows around a campfire, singing songs, enjoying meals in the dining hall with her new friends, hiking trails, building shelters, or getting creative with crafts. An extraordinary experience awaits her.

CAMP IS ESSENTIAL TO OUR GIRL SCOUT MISSION

Courage: Camp is a community unlike any other. In an unfamiliar setting, your daughter will find the courage within herself to meet new people and make friends.  As she makes choices and directs projects, she will learn to work within a team, become self- reliant, and develop her leadership skills.

Confidence: For many girls, camp is their first experience away from parents, away from home, and away from familiarity. Camp has unlimited potential to boost your daughter’s confidence or help her find her way out of her shell.

Character: Camp is the ultimate character-building experience. It is a safe place for girls to learn individual responsibility, as they are empowered to take care of themselves.  Though camp counselors provide structure, guidance, and supervision, your daughter is responsible for waking herself and readying herself for the day, making her  bed, being on time to activities, and assuming responsibility for her personal belongings, all often for the very first time.

With all this in mind, send your daughter to camp!  She will gain the courage to tackle everyday obstacles faced with, the confidence to know she will get through, and most importantly gain positive character traits which will make her a successful and joyful individual.

With love from your favorite ingredient within a S’more,
Marshmello “Tonetta Brawley” at Tomahawk Ranch.

Girl Scouts of Colorado offers many Troop Camp, Day Camp, Family Camp and Resident/Overnight Camp sessions at Sky High and Tomahawk Ranch this summer to help build girls of Courage, Confidence and Character in the outdoors! Learn more about our camp offerings, or register her now for her desired session of camp!

Camp Corner – New Sessions Open for Girl Scouts This Summer

You have asked, and we have listened! Here are more summer camp opportunities with Girl Scouts of Colorado! Registration for these new and additional spaces will open up on Friday February 21 at 10am. For registration questions, please call M-F from 8:30am to 5:30pm 877-404-5708.

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  • Robin Hood (Junior) – Every archer gets her start somewhere – get yours at camp! Learn/grow your skills on our traditional and field archery ranges. Build and fortify your fort and then take a short sleeping in overnight. Plus time for other camp activities.
    June 15-20   MS52   (new session!)
    July 27- Aug 1   MS37    (more spaces!)
  • Bows and Arrows (Cadette) – Be brave and courageous and may the odds be ever in your favor. Spend this week becoming skilled at archery. Practice your skills on our archery range and field course. Have a survival experience when you sleep out in tents and shelters you get to build for a few nights. There will be time for other camp activities during the day.
    June 15-20   MS53   (new session!)
    July 6-11   MS58   (new session!)

ADVENTURE

  • Scout vs Wild (Cadette) – Do you have what it takes to survive in the wild? Test your survival skills while you hike, sleep under the stars in a fort you build, learn tracking skills (including archery on our range and field course) and tie knots (climb wall and ropes course).
    June 22-27   MS54   (new session!)
    July 13-18   MS59   (new session!)

ANIMALS

  • Barn Livin’ (Junior) – Spend time with animals at our barn and even have a barn overnight! Learn about animal care as you help with our small animal farm. Plenty of time for other camp adventures too.
    July 6-11   MS57   (new session!)
    July 27-Aug 1   MS36   (more spaces!)
  • Barn Divas (Junior) – Lights-camera-animals?! Spend a week getting to know furry friends at the barn. Learn about animals and their personalities. Release your inner diva as you create a production that will be shown on video at camp pickup. (Includes a 1-hour off-site horseback ride).
    June 15-20 TR02 (more spaces!)

3-DAY CAMPS

The 3-day camps at Magic Sky Ranch are now open to Brownies AND Juniors. Check out these camps for a fun 3-day camp experience. The Wednesday-Friday session of each week and session during the week of July 4 will not have an increase in price once Early Bird Pricing ends (they’ll stay at $265 vs the Sunday-Tuesday sessions that will jump to $290)

  • MS08 and MS09 – Camping Stars – June 15-17, 18-20
  • MS12 and MS13 – Moosekateers – June 22-24, 25-27
  • MS22 and MS23 – Dreams Come True – July 6-8, 9-11
  • MS28 – Black Pearl – July 16-18
  • MS34 and MS35 – Wild Wild West – July 20-22, 23-25
  • MS42 and MS43 – Muddy Maddness – July 27-29, July 30-Aug 1

TROOP CAMP – new at MSR!

In addition to the Rendezvous Weekends being offered, June 29 – July 1 Magic Sky Renaissance Carnival camp is open to troops!  Experience a renaissance carnival plus camp activities this summer.  Girls sign up for MS56 and adults sign up for MS55 (there is only space for adults for Safety Activity Checkpoints ratios, adults get a discounted price of only $150!).

FAMILY CAMP

  • FC01 – Work Weekend – there are a few more spaces available to help get camp ready for the summer.
  • FC02 – Magic Sky R&R Weekend – did you know that kids under 5 are free for this family get-away weekend? What a great way to start your summer as a family!

2014 Summer Program Guide available — start your summer dreams now!

Read the 2014 Summer Program Guide to learn about:

  • Resident Camps (Tomahawk Ranch and Magic Sky Ranch)
  • Volunteer-Run Day Camps!
  • Troop Camp
  • Family Camp
  • Volunteer Opportunities
  • Travel Programs
  • Other Girl Scouts Events

Camp registration opens at 9 a.m. Jan. 22. Check out some amazing program offerings this summer offered to you by Girl Scouts of Colorado:  http://www.girlscoutsofcolorado.org/summer-program-guide

Why does camp registration open so early? In an effort to maximize registration at resident camps this year, we have extended our registration season. Opening up registration early also allows Girl Scouts of Colorado to be more competitive among other resident camps in our beautiful state.

But what about cookies?
–>To hold a spot, everyone pays a 10% deposit online with a credit or debit card.
–>Early Bird Pricing (lower pricing on Resident Camps) runs through April 30.
–>Cookie Cards will be sent mid-April and Cookie sellers can apply their Cookie Credits to camp fees before regular pricing starts on May 1.

New camp registration system: We are using a new, streamlined online camp registration system this year. This system will be your one-stop shop to enroll your camper, complete forms, submit medical information, make your payments, and apply for opportunity grants.

Camp registration process:

BEFORE Jan. 22: Make sure the Girl Scouts of Colorado membership is current for your Girl Scouts(s). Sign up here. Review the 2014 Summer Catalog to decide which camps are best for your Girl Scout(s).
Jan. 22: Registration opens! Be ready to register online and pay your deposit with a credit or debit card. (Balances may be paid with checks, credit or debit card payments are required for deposits.)
May 1: Early Bird pricing ends. Pay your balance before April 30 at 11:59 p.m. for best pricing.
Camp Balances & Forms Due: 30-days prior to the start of your first camp session.

Camp Grant Process

1. Register online with your 10% deposit.
2. Apply with the optional grant form through our online camp registration system.
3. You will receive notice within a month regarding grant allocations.

Give the Gift of Camp! Gift cards are available that can be used toward camp fees at the Girl Scouts of Colorado Shop.

NEW at Magic Sky Ranch this summer:

  • Small animal farm
  • Overnights for campers where they get to sleep outside
  • More  hiking and nature exploration
  • Horseback riding at local stables included  in camp pricing for designated camps
  • Backpacking for older Girl Scouts
  • Program Aide options for PAs entering 9th grade

NEW at Tomahawk Ranch this summer:

Exciting changes are in store at Tomahawk Ranch this year—the introduction of homesteading programs! These new programs will increase girls’ sense of place and connection to their natural world. T hey will learn what farm-to-table really means as they play with worms, transplant seedlings and more!

  • Learn gardening skills
  • Cook freshly harvested vegetetables and herbs
  • Help raise and feed animals on the farm
  • Try canning food
  • Create farm crafts

Camp Jobs: Interested in a summer camp job or know a hard working girl who is amazing with children? Apply to be a camp counselor here (must be 18 for most positions).

Girl Scouts of Colorado is an equal opportunity employer. Participation in Program Aide and Counselor In Training Programs are not a guarantee of employment.