A: Camp is open to all girls entering grades 2-12 regardless of race, religion, disabilities, national origin or socioeconomic status. This means – YOU CAN GO TO CAMP A.T.! All programs are open to current Girl Scouts and soon-to-be-Girl Scouts. Some programs may have advanced requirements, which must be met to ensure the health, safety and well-being of all campers.
A: You will be grouped in specific program units and will sleep in yurts…unless otherwise specified in the camp brochure. Your unit will be led by specially-trained counselors, housedwithin the unit, close enough to supervise campers.
A: Yes, bring your BFF. There is a space on the registration form to list your buddy’s name. You both need to register for the same session and program. Sorry, we cannot honor requests for more than one pal.
A: Camp staff members are enthusiastic, talented and caring. They are selected based on their maturity, program experience and genuine desire to work with girls like you. All counselors are at least 18 years old. Before camp begins, staff attend intensive on-site training, including activity programming, outdoor skills, songs, games, first aid and CPR safety, emergency procedures, team building, program age level characteristics, dealing with homesickness and much more.
A: Most of the camp staff is from California. However, Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council works CSUSA and international staffing organization to recruit diverse staff from many different countries around the world. These counselors share their culture with you through camp activities.
A: Sorry, no parents. To help program continuity and maintain security, visitors are allowed at camp during open house only. Do not worry, you will make plenty of new camp friends in no time. Parents and campers may visit Camp Azalea Trails Open House June 19, 2010 from 11-2 PM. See camp brochure.
A: Yes! Each year, many girls with special needs are able to participate in our camp program. Special needs may include physical, medical, developmental, dietary, behavioral or communicative. Our on-site health supervisor administers all medication for campers and have help with a variety of needs. Additional questions contact Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council at (800) 400-4475 Ext 249.
A: There is little to no cell phone coverage at camp, so please leave your iPhone and cell phone at home. Camp is a time for you to explore your own independence and self-reliance. The Camp Director will contact your parents if you have a medical problem or an emergency.
A: The schedule will vary a little based on the camp and the program you are in, but should shake up like this:
A: We have a well trained and equiped kitchen staff who value wholesome nutritious meals. Menu selections include fresh fruits and vegetables, a salad bar, and a variety of ethnic dishes and camp favorites.