Registration for Day Camp is closed.
You can create or check your Camp Account at any time.
Everyone will be waitlisted and acceptance into Day Camp will be prioritized in the following order; campers with full-time volunteers, campers with part-time volunteers, camper with a camp support volunteer and then campers without a volunteer. Acceptance is also based on available space. We do our best to accept all volunteers, campers, tag-a-longs and prospective Aides into Day Camp.
For full registration, fees, financial aid, refund and cancelation policy details, will be posted here before registration opens. Below covers general information and common questions.
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Day Camp is one session over two weeks
Bus schedules are under the Transportation tab will be provided by location with specific pick up and drop off times. Campers and volunteers can select a bus stop or opt to drive through the registration process.
Registrations must be submitted separately per adult volunteer, camper, tag-a-long and female prospective Aide. Registrations are to be submitted through the online Camp Account system.
After registration but prior to the start of Camp, all adult volunteers, campers and female prospective Aides must be registered members of Girl Scouts of Northern California, complete the required training(s) and pay camp fees if applicable to attend Day Camp. Tag-a-longs (Tags) do not need to be registered members of Girl Scouts to attend Day Camp. Please review the Tag-a-longs "Tags" section in the Day Camp policies.
All volunteers are encouraged to register as early as possible to ensure their placement at Day Camp. Day Camp is 100% volunteer staffed. All new volunteers are encouraged to register as a Unit Leader as it allows the volunteers to experience all aspects of Day Camp. To learn more about different volunteer roles and requirements, click HERE.
Day Camp Fees
Camp is a non-profit and basis fees on historical expenses, expected increases and future planned project expenses.
All adult volunteers whether a parent grandparent, nanny or family friend, may sponsor the camper(s) of one family unit (siblings, not cousins). Camper(s) associated with a volunteer may be eligible for the following discounted camp fees.
Camp fees are not prorated or transferrable. All past due camp fees from previous year(s) must be paid before a camper can be accepted into Camp. Camp reserves the right to "drop" with penalty any camper that is registered that violates the discounted camp fee policy.
If we are unable to operate Camp for health safety reasons per Girl Scouts or San Mateo County health guidelines, we will process refunds based on collected fees after non-refundable expenses are covered. An example is if Huddart Park is closed by San Mateo County and Camp is cancelled. Refunds will be a sliding scale and dependent on how much Camp have spend on non-refundable expenses. An example is Camp may have spent 20% of collected fees on non-refundable expenses and therefore would have 80% to return to families.
Invoices are available for printing through the Camp Account registration system.
Fees will be posted as soon as they can confirmed.
There are a limited number of financial aid camperships available each year. To qualify for one of these camperships, the following must be met:
- Acknowledge during the registration process that you are requesting financial aid.
- Complete the registration process and pay the 20% of full fees.
- An adult must register with the camper requesting financial aid as either an At-Camp or Camp Support volunteer and complete all requirements associated with the volunteer position.
- Complete and submit the financial aid forms by the deadline for the camp committee to review. Camperships are based on financial need and may or may not be granted for the entire remaining amount of the camp fee that is due.
Cancellations & Refunds