Stranded on Treasure Island!
Oh, no, you’re stranded on a deserted island; what will you do? Luckily, your camp counselors are natives and can help you to explore the island. They’ll teach you important survival skills such as building a shelter and finding edible plants, and help you find lots of fun things to do on the island! Rumor has it, there is a treasure hidden somewhere on the island; will you be able to find it before your rescue boat arrives (45 girls min./120 girls max.)?
Sacajawea Program Center, 2124 Fox Hill Road, Lynchburg, VA 24503
Date & Time
Monday-Friday, July 30-August 3
8 AM – 5:30 PM
Thursday night is an optional overnight for girls who have completed grade 2 and up. Thursday night’s dinner as well as Friday’s breakfast and lunch will be provided. Girls who do not stay overnight can be picked up Thursday afternoon and dropped off Friday morning at the regular times.
Girls at all Girl Scout age levels may attend as campers. Girls who have completed grade 8 or above may apply to be Counselor Apprentices. CAs must complete a CA application and attend CA training. Please check the council website at www.gsvsc.org for available CA training dates.
$100 Camp Fee — days only
$125 Camp Fee — with Thursday overnight
$50 Camp Fee for Counselor Apprentices
$12 Membership Fee for non-Girl Scouts
Camp Registration Opens: February 15, 2012
Camp Registration Closes: July 16, 2012
Scholarship Applications Due: July 16, 2012
Parents/guardians are responsible for their daughters’ transportation to and from camp. Carpooling is encouraged.
Send Camp Registration and Health History Form and Fee (payable to GSVSC) to:
Debra Giles, GSVSC
3663 Peters Creek Road, NW, Roanoke, VA 24019
540-777-5101 or 800-542-5905, ext. 101
Or click here for online registration!
540-777-5103 or email@example.com
GSVSC Cancellation Policy applies to this camp.
Girls should bring a bag lunch each day, as well as a water bottle, sunscreen/bug spray and water shoes. Parents may wish to send a spare set of clothes in a labeled bag to leave at camp for the week. Weather permitting, we will go wading in the creek each afternoon.
Adult Volunteers, Counselor Apprentices