Girl Scout Camp River Ranch, nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, spreads across 435 enchanting and diverse acres in Carnation, Washington. With trails encircling the pristine, spring-fed Lake Langlois, camp has something to offer every girl. Housing units include rustic cabins and covered wagons with near-by flush toilets and showers, as well as enclosed troop houses with indoor plumbing. Camp counselors are housed in nearby cabins within each unit.
All girls attending Girl Scout Camp River Ranch participate in a planning session at the beginning of the week to create a schedule based on activities of interest to each girl. Swimming, canoeing and kayaking on Lake Langlois, archery, arts and crafts, nature exploration, leadership development, outdoor skills and horseback riding are just a sampling of the activities possible. During her time at camp, every girl is encouraged to learn about herself, gain independence and care for the world around her. All programs are weather permitting.
In order to attend Girl Scouts of Western Washington camps, campers must meet the following essential functions.
•Capable of mainstream in the public school system (does not require one-on-one guidance)
•Moves independently from place to place
•Effectively interacts in a group, based on program content
•Is able to meet personal needs (bathing, toileting, dressing, diet management etc.)
•Capable of self-management of chronic illnesses
Below is a list of each week of camp and the sessions offered that week. Click on the week of your choice to register! (Note: sessions may not display in chronological order, please be sure to scroll to the bottom to locate your desired week of camp.)