Girl Scouts of Western Washington Summer Camps

  • Washington


33318 Northeast 24th Street
United States

About Us

Girl Scouts of Western Washington Summer Camps are dedicated to building campers of courage, confidence, and character who strive to make the world a better place. Everything we do is focused on helping our campers grow strong and challenge themselves in a safe community where they can be brave and have fun. We strive to create a supportive and inclusive community for all campers and staff.

Girl Scouts of Western Washington Summer Camps are offered on three diverse properties which provide unique outdoor opportunities for Campers.

Girl Scouts of Western Washington has three summer resident camps located in Washington State. All three facilities provide fun, engaging, and educational programs to young women, including arts/crafts, nature, canoeing, swimming, and outdoor skills.

Camp River Ranch is in Carnation and is our largest camp program, offering the widest range of program areas to campers. Activity areas include Western riding, canoeing, kayaking, biking, arts and crafts, archery, high challenge, rock climbing, drama, gardening, and so much more! River Ranch is seeking specialists to lead activities, general counselors, and leadership team members. Camp River Ranch hires 90 staff members and has between 225 and 300 campers every week.

Camp Robbinswold is near Liliwaup on the Hood Canal on the Olympic Peninsula. Water sports and tripping are an important part of camp life, including sailing, sea kayaking, and canoeing overnight trips. Staff at Robbinswold must be comfortable leading canoeing and kayaking trips on the water and living in basic, rustic cabins. This is our smallest camp, serving 90 campers per week and hiring 40 staff. Staff receive 24 hours off in between sessions and two four-day breaks; during long breaks staff must secure their own housing and meals.

Camp St. Albans is near Belfair on gorgeous lakefront property in south Puget Sound. Western riding, archery, art, canoeing, and paddle boarding are important activities at St. Albans. This facility serves 110 campers a week and hires 55 staff. St. Albans is hiring activity specialists, general counselors, and an office manager.