Girl Scouts Arizona Cactus-Pine Council offers three Resident Camp locations. Each camp has a special and unique personality created by its specific location, facilities, activities, and camp staff!
Each camp offers a variety of activities for girls to try. Activities include arts and crafts, outdoor cooking, hiking, archery, games, singing, and more. In addition, each camp offers specialized programs like horseback riding at Camp Maripai, canoeing and rock climbing at Shadow Rim Ranch and the challenge course and ceramics at Willow Springs. Of course, all activities are weather permitting and some require girls to be a certain age or grade to participate.
Maripai is an 80-acre camp situated at an elevation of 6,000
feet and bordered by the Prescott National Forest. It is home to our
spring, summer, and fall horse programs. Saddle on up and move ‘em
on out! Camp Maripai has a long history of offering girls and
families a traditional camping experience with an emphasis on
horsemanship programs for beginners through advanced riders.
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 near
Payson. The scenic camp boasts a climbing tower and a “pake” for
Springs Program Center is a modern program center located in
the Prescott National Forest, covering 190 acres at an elevation of
Leadership Center for Girls and Women is finally here! Nestled
in the foothills of South Mountain this state-of-the-art, urban camp
facility, is the perfect summer getaway in the heart of Phoenix.
Amongst its vibrant 14.5-acre program center is a large grassy
sports field, archery range, swimming pool, and plenty of classroom
space for our STEM programs.