Outdoor Camp Program
Arnaz, at the Arnaz Program Center located on Highway 33
between Ventura and Ojai, offers both short and long term resident
camp programs for Girl Scouts of all ages. Girls are immersed in the
ultimate camp experience by bunking in cabins or yurts, connecting
with their natural world and fellow Girl Scouts, all while developing
courage, confidence, and character. Activities include archery,
leather stamping, knot tying, hiking, pottery, wilderness survival,
learning about local plant and animal life, and singing songs while
enjoying a s'more with friends around the campfire! Arnaz
Packing List. Driving Directions.
Seasonal Camps & Programs
Girl Scouts of California's Central Coast offers amazing outdoor experiences for girls along with outdoor opportunities at the Camp Arnaz Program Center and summer day camps:
CAMP ARTEMIS is a week-long resident camp based on leadership development in an outdoor setting with activities that include backpacking, sleeping in tents, archery, swimming, leadership skill building and making new friends. Artemis takes place in the beautiful Santa Cruz mountains and serves girls entering fifth through twelfth grade. Camp Artemis Is In A Box this year! Camp Artemis will be virtual this year due to the uncertainties of Covid-19 in an overnight and backpacking camp platform. Although we cannot be under the Santa Cruz Mountain redwoods this year, Camp Artemis will be providing exciting, spirited, and fun content for campers to engage in with our ALTA youth staff members via the Internet! Registration is now open for Virtual Camp Artemis!
CAMP ATHENA is a brand new week-long resident camp. Girls develop their leadership capabilities while improving their traditional outdoor skills in a Girl-Led environment. Camp Athena is located in the Paso Robles area and welcomes rising fifth through twelfth grade girls. More information will be available soon!
KALEIDOSCOPE is a Girl Scout weekend camporee for Girl Scout Juniors, Cadettes, Senior and Ambassador which takes place in the Santa Ynez Valley every two years.
Contact: Program Department