camps

Our Camps

 

  Camp Sombrero

The Campaign for Girls in Arizona is raising funds to transform Camp Sombrero into the Leadership Center for Girls and Women. This urban program center, with camp appeal, will provide leadership training for girls and women statewide, give some girls their first camping experience close to home, and serve the surrounding community groups, partner organizations and schools. We believe the leadership created in this space will, in turn, transform Arizona.

 

  Camp Maripai

Camp Maripai is an 80-acre camp just outside of Prescott, situated at an elevation of 6,000 feet and bordered by the Prescott National Forest. The mountainous terrain is full of boulder fields, pine and deciduous trees. Groom Creek divides the camp. There are several short hikes and nature trails throughout the property. The camp facilities include rustic cabins, fire-pits, flushing toilets, covered program ramadas, an archery field. Camp counselors are housed in nearby cabins within each unit.

At certain times of the year, this camp offers horseback riding lessons.

All buildings have electricity and water except as noted. Heat is provided in buildings that are open for the winter season unless otherwise noted.

Building descriptions and capacities for Camp Maripai.

On the Road: 5 Facts About Camp Maripai

 


  Shadow Rim Ranch

Shadow Rim Ranch is a 40-acre camp situated at an elevation of 5,600 feet in the shadow of the Mogollon Rim in the Tonto National Forest. The ranch has open meadows surrounded by pine and some deciduous trees. There are several apple trees with edible fruit in early fall, and blackberries are found in abundance throughout the ranch during the summer months. Chase Creek flows year-round and supplies water to two ponds. Supervised canoeing is allowed in one of the ponds. The wildlife in the area includes deer, elk, coyote, fox, wild turkey, snakes, birds, and other small animals. The ranch is surrounded by federal forestry land providing easy access to forestry trails. Ranch facilities include multi-use buildings, a ramada, and four cabins units.

All buildings have electricity and water, except as noted. Heat is provided in buildings that are open for the winter season unless otherwise noted.

Building descriptions and capacities for Shadow Rim Ranch.

On the Road: 5 Facts About Shadow Rim Ranch

 


Willow Springs Program Center

Willow Springs Program Center is a modern program center located in the Prescott National Forest, covering 190 acres at an elevation of 6,000 feet. The mountainous terrain is full of boulder fields, pine and some deciduous trees, and an intermittent creek runs through the camp. The wildlife in the area includes deer, mountain lion, javelina, coyote, snake, raccoon, skunk, birds and other small animals. Camp facilities include multi-use buildings, dormitories, tent units, a sports field and hiking trails. Willow Springs can provide weekday program support as well as pre-planned activities for troops and groups.

All buildings have electricity and water, except as noted. Heat is provided in buildings that are open for the winter season unless otherwise noted.

Building descriptions and capacities for Willow Springs.

On the Road: 5 Facts About Willow Springs Program Center

 


  Camp Stephens

Camp Stephens is a 5-acre camp situated about 10 miles east of Kingman in Mojave County at an elevation of 6,100 feet. The mountainous terrain is full of boulder fields, pine, walnut and oak trees. A seasonal wash divides the camp and a footbridge crosses it. The wildlife in the area includes deer, mountain lion, javelina, coyote, snakes, raccoon, skunk, squirrels, birds and other small animals. The camp facilities include multi-use buildings, program deck campfire area with bench seating and several short nature trails.