Sessions at GSWISE Day Camp, in East Troy, are perfect if you want to experience the adventure of camp during the day and return to the comforts of home at night. Sessions are focused on five themes: Creative Arts, Nature Explorations, Sports and Games, STEM, and Performance Arts—a great opportunity to explore new interests! Trained, friendly staff members will guide you in engaging activities with hands-on learning–it’s what Day Camp is all about.
Badges reflect and celebrate the growth of Girl Scouts and are a great way for you to explore your interests, learn new skills, and show the world what you’ve accomplished. You can also earn other badges or portions of other badges.
Fun! Giggles! Friends! Above all, our goal for you is to have a terrific time. You will meet new people, try different activities, and have fun playing and learning outdoors. Campers will build their courage and confidence while making new friendships and learning from other Girl Scouts.
Within each weekly theme, activities become more challenging as you get older (you got this!). In addition to earning badges, camp traditions–like swimming, boating, target sports, hiking, songs and games, outdoor cooking, and climbing the rock wal–will be part of every camper’s experience.
Being away from home during the day builds confidence and helps you become more independent. Doing kapers, trying different activities, learning new skills, and being part of a team will challenge you to grow and achieve exciting things.
9:00 a.m. Campers arrive / Opening Flag Ceremony
9:45 a.m. Camp programming
12:00 p.m. Lunch
12:45 p.m. Camp programming
3:45 p.m. Closing Flag Ceremony
4:00 p.m. Campers depart
It’s all about the Girl Scouts. Campers are supported by our fully trained staff whose focus is ensuring each Girl Scout has the best experience possible. Staff are trained to help you challenge yourself as you try new activities, expand your friendship circles, and become active members of the camp community. You’ll be cheered on by talented, experienced, and caring adults who serve as role models and caretakers. Supporting you to be your best, camp staff have a genuine desire to work with Girl Scouts and are trained in areas such as: first aid and CPR, emergency procedures, child development, working through homesickness, team building, and more.