Day Camps by Community
Day Camps by Community are for five days in East Troy, West Bend, Waukesha, or Kenosha, and are perfect if you’re looking to attend by yourself, with a friend, or with your troop. These sessions are run by adult volunteers from each family and/or troop and trained teens to help you create the best camp experience.
Each team of volunteers and Girl Scouts will spark your curiosity as you take part in this beloved summer tradition. You’ll keep cool with water fun, explore nature, get creative with art projects, and challenge yourself as you learn new outdoor skills. In our girl-only environment you’ll feel comfortable trying new things and empowered to take the lead.
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 alongside other Girl Scouts.
Activities become more challenging as you get older (you’ve got this!). Camp traditions–like swimming, boating, target sports, hiking, songs and games, outdoor cooking, and climbing the rock wall–will be part of every camper’s experience.
Trade a day at work for a day with your Girl Scout! For each day of camp, one adult is needed for every five to eight Girl Scouts. That means adults from each family and/or troop are needed to volunteer one or more days to create the best camp experience. Spend a day or two (or five) volunteering at camp and make memories that will last a lifetime. You can recruit aunts, uncles, grandparents, college students, past campers, and friends to join in on the summer fun.
Learn more about each Day Camps by Community and find the perfect fit for you and your family.
Campers are supported by our fully trained staff whose focus is ensuring each Girl Scout has the best experience possible. Camp staff help you challenge yourself as you try new activities, expand your friendship circles, and become active members of the camp community. Talented, experienced, and caring adults serve as your role models and caretakers. Fueled by a genuine desire to work with Girl Scouts, camp staff is trained to help you tackle anything, including: first aid and CPR, emergency procedures, child development, working through homesickness, team building, and more.