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Camp Rules


Flag Ceremony: Stand at attention, hats off, and nothing in your hands. No talking except for the Pledge of Allegiance and Girl Scout Promise.


Lunch: Eat you lunch with your unit before mingling with friends in the meadow. Pack in  and pack out.

Buddy System:  Never walk around camp alone. 


  • Please do not come to camp if you are sick.

  • Turn in all medications to the nurse.

  • Flip flops and shoes with open toes/backs or sandals are not permitted.

  • Stay with your assigned unit.

  • Take home whatever is left from your lunch home daily.

  • The lake and creek are off limits at all times.

  • Use the buddy system around camp.

  • Stay on the trails when hiking with your unit.

  • No electronic devices, including cell phones.

  • Campers should notify their unit leader immediately if an adult without identifying items attempts to contact them.


Additional Camp Information


  • If your camper arrives late, please check her in at HQ.

  • If your camper needs to be picked up early, please sign her out at HQ and someone will bring her to you.

  • If your camper will not be in camp for whatever reason please notify your daughter's unit leader that day between 8 am and 9 am, or by a note in advance.  

  • All campers are covered by a Girl Scout accident insurance policy. This policy does not cover sickness, poison oak, etc.

  • Emergency cancellation or change: If an emergency occurs that forces the closure of camp, every effort will be made to contact parents/guardians to pick up their children. If the emergency is such that camp must be evacuated, all campers will be transported to Harmony Elementary School, 17404-A NE 18th St., Vancouver. Whenever possible, parents will be notified of cancellations or changes by phone prior to the camp day. The ranger's phone number at camp for emergencies only is (360) 834-3384.

  • Visitors will not be allowed on camp grounds during the camp week. For those who would like to see Girl Scout Camp Segonku Day Camp, visitation will be the Sunday before camp starts from 1 pm until 3 pm.

  • Camper Overnight: Girl Scouts 4th grade and older will be offered an overnight on Friday night.      If the camper is not staying overnight they will need to be picked up at 3:00 on Friday.  Overnight campers need to be picked up by 9:00am.  

  • In addition, Counselors-in-Training (CIT), Program Aides (PA) and Program-Aides-in-Training (PAIT) will be offered evening activities on Wednesday. Suggested equipment lists will be sent home during camp week.

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