Register now for one of 15 Girl Scout summer camp sessions
Wednesday, May 01, 2013 5:00 PM
RENO - Camp Wasiu II, located in the beautiful Sierra Mountains near Sierra City, Calif., is about to open for another summer of adventure!
First-session campers will arrive on July 14. At Camp Wasiu II, girls have the opportunity to spend their summer laughing with new friends, singing their hearts out, trying new things, roasting the best marshmallows and learning from a diverse camp staff.
Not a Girl Scout? That's OK. The only requirement: you must be a girl and you must be ready to have fun!
Different camp programs make Camp Wasiu II a perfect fit for every kind of girl. Camp beginners can spend three days discovering how much fun camping can be by enjoying fairytales, campfires, s'mores, crafts, songs, games and swimming with our Faeries and Firelight session.
With over 15 camp sessions to choose from, each girl will be able to choose what fits and interests her.
Camping is a great way for girls to explore leadership, build skills, and develop a deep appreciation for nature. At Camp Wasiu II, girls have the chance to learn, grow and make new friends under the guidance of caring camp counselors.
For parents and girls who want to check out Camp Wasiu II before registering for summer camp, an open house will be held on June 22. This event is free. To receive lunch and a special gift, register by the May 31 deadline by visiting gssn.org and clicking on the Forms and Sessions information. More information about Camp Wasiu II and the different summer camp programs is also available through the website.
Girl Scouts of the Sierra Nevada is the preeminent organization for and leading authority on girls, serving over 4,500 girls with assistance from 2,000 volunteers in 23 counties in northern Nevada and northeastern California.
For over 70 years, Girl Scouts of the Sierra Nevada Council has been building girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place. For more information on how to join, volunteer or donate to the Girl Scouts, please call 800.222.5406 or visit www.gssn.org.