Rainbow's End Girl Scout Camp
Theme: Camp Life
Get outside and get a taste of Camp Life with outdoor arts, camping, archery, and outdoor adventure. Camp includes Girl Scout traditions such as sing-alongs, campfires, and s’mores. Cook outside, practice archery, make outdoor art, camp in tents, identify poison ivy, play outside, and earn badges.
What to Expect at Camp
Friday night, Girl Scouts will set up their sleep spaces, have a flag ceremony, eat supper, and have a dance party and board games. Your Girl Scout will spend the night in a tent with a buddy in her patrol. Saturday, we’ll start with a flag ceremony and breakfast. The morning and afternoon are spent working on badge requirements, outdoor cooking, archery, and other programs. Weather permitting, we typically have a visit from the Pembroke Fire Department pump truck for a late afternoon cool off. Your Girl Scout will play camp-wide games, put on a skit at the Saturday night campfire, and sleep a second night in her tent. Sunday morning is a Scout’s Own ceremony, reflection time, and free program time before our closing ceremony at 1:00 PM.
Dates & Times of Camp
June 21-23, 2019
Families drop off between 5:00 and 5:30 PM Friday
Families return at 1 PM Sunday for closing ceremony. Camp adjourns at 2 PM Sunday. Campers will spend two nights camping in tents.
Camp fee includes six meals, snacks, camp t-shirt, crafts, badges and camp patches.
$80 camp fee for Brownies and Juniors
$40 camp fee for Cadettes, Seniors & Ambassadors (serving as camp staff = CPAs and CITs; application required)
Registration Opens: December 18, 2019
Registration Closes: May 31, 2019
The online application closes May 17, 2019. If you are approved, you will receive an email from your council with your discount code. Wait for this code before registering for camp. Please apply online here: Rainbow's End Financial Assistance Application
Girl Camp Leadership Programs
Camp Program Assistant/CPA (grades 8 and up)
This program is for girls who want to help younger campers. CPA’s assist leaders in carrying out camp programs and activities. They must register for camp and attend a staff planning session prior to camp. Please contact the camp director for additional information (Phyllis Newbill, 540-544-6808 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
Counselor-in-Training/CIT (grades 10 and up)
Older girls may apply to be a CIT. They must complete a CIT Application (#2630) and attend GSVSC’s CIT training. They must register for camp and attend a staff planning session prior to camp. Please contact the camp director for additional information (Phyllis Newbill, 540-544-6808 or email@example.com).
Counselor-in-Training II/CIT II (grades 11 and up; must have served at a GSVSC summer camp as a CIT)
Girls can submit a CIT II Application (#2666) if they have previous camp leadership experience. They must register for camp and attend all camp staff meetings. Please contact the camp director for additional information (Phyllis Newbill, 540-544-6808 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
Parents are responsible for their daughters’ transportation to and from camp. Parents are encouraged to form carpools with other campers in the area or with their troop.
All camp attendees must be an active 2019 Girl Scout member. Please visit www.gsvsc.org and select Become A Girl Scout or Volunteer Today to purchase a membership or contact us at email@example.com for help renewing.
Phyllis Newbill, 540-544-6808 or firstname.lastname@example.org