Posted: Apr 29, 2013

Did you know that Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council (GSACPC) offers Day Camp on the Road, a camp that travels across the state to provide enriching programs and field trips right in your neighborhood? Each week Day Camp on the Road will be based in a different city and facility to best serve the girls of the local area. The Camp’s goal is to make an affordable option available to every girl in Arizona.

Camp is a place to create memories, make new discoveries, develop lifelong friendships and learn new skills. GSACPC strives to make camp a place where girls can become the best they can be, learn to care for and protect the environment and be a part of the camp community. Girls are empowered to step outside their comfort zone, take risks and grow as leaders – and that can happen right in your backyard this summer.

Each week Day Camp on the Road will be based in a different city and facility to best serve the girls of the local area. New and seasoned campers will find day camp full of fun, unique experiences and Girl Scout traditions. Check out a few stops coming up real soon:

June 3-7, South Mountain at Camp Sombrero - Girls can choose from Wonders of Water where they will be conducting science experiments, enjoying swimming activities and attending a water park, to Hard Hats and Hammers where they can learn basics of building and small project construction.

June 10-14, San Tan Valley at Hoofbeats with Heart - there are a variety of camps to choose from, focusing on healthy living topics and traditional camp activities, including horseback riding and animal care training for all levels of experience. From Horsin’ Around for first time riders to learn the basics of riding, horse care, and horse theory, to Saddle Up for experienced riders to learn what it really takes to care for a horse and improve riding skills.

June 17-21, Window Rock at St. Michaels Indian School – try the Camper Sampler to experience all traditional camp has to offer (sing songs, make crafts, play games, and dance the week away!), or STEM-curious girls can join Design and Discovery to learn about material, electrical and mechanical engineering and career options in those fields alongside real scientists, engineers and technology specialists. 

June 24-28, Lake Havasu City – Choose from Daisy Days to Super Scientists for STEM-curious girls to explore sciences and the world around us. 

Not a Girl Scout? Not a Problem! Every girl is welcome – when registering for a Girl Scout camp, just add the annual membership fee ($12).

There are several online resources available to learn more and register for Day Camp on the Road:
Browse the Day Camps in your area!
Register online
Get the forms and all you need to know before attending

We hope to see you soon!