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Outdoor Programming Costs

At GSCSA, we’re committed to continual outdoor programming and facilities improvements to provide the safest and highest level of outdoor experiences for our girls, volunteers and families. We wanted to make sure you’re fully aware of certain property rate changes that will take effect for reservations made afterAugust 1, 2014. In some instances, rates have not changed at all; in others, rates have been adjusted to provide higher levels of safety and service to you and to the girls we serve.

A quick overview:

Camp Adahi

  • Very slight changes in lodging costs.
  • Some changes will take effect for activity fees. However:
    • Instructors for activities will be provided. Troops, service units, and volunteer camp weekend coordinators no longer have to find, secure or schedule their own activities instructors.
    • The quality of program delivery and the level of instruction will be improved, AND more girls will be able to participate in programs on site with pre-scheduled activities.
    • Staffed activities will allow volunteer camp coordinators to focus more on personalized programs for their service units and have more time to enjoy the camp experience themselves.
    • Troops and Service Units can request food purchases in advance, which will be coordinated with their arrival at camp, potentially eliminating a requirement to shop and transport food. Our vision is to ultimately provide full food service at Camp Adahi as well, so that volunteers will spend less time cooking and more time with girls.

Camp Tanasi

  • Some changes in lodging fees will take effect. However, Day Dreams, Crafty Fox and Callahan Loft (to open this fall) will all have air conditioning.
  • There will be some slight adjustments in activity fees, but programs will be more skill-specific with instructors available to teach all participants.
  • Service Units can book the entire camp or a block of cabins and receive a 30% discount.
  • Food service menus have been updated and are fully customizable.

Camp Wildwood

  • Camp Wildwood’s unique “camp within a neighborhood” setting and its proximity to other area attractions make this a great, affordable option for weekend lodging. Or, continue a day spent enjoying the outdoors by cooking out and spending the night in a fun setting.
  • The White Oak shelter now has platform tents available.
  • Service Units can book the entire camp or a block of cabins and receive a 30% discount.
  • Archery will be available for troops and service units in September 2014.