Affectionately known to our Girl Scouts as Camp Arnaz, this 36-acre property is located near the beautiful Ojai valley and full of unique features for visitors to enjoy. The camp was originally dedicated in November of 1982 and has seen many returning groups, including Girl Scouts, other youth-serving nonprofits, and community organizations.
With two cabins and a lodge on-site, each with electricity, hot water, cooking facilities, and flush toilets, there is plenty of room for events and overnight accommodations. The activity room connected to the main lodge can accommodate up to 45 people, making it ideal for group activities and meetings. Additionally, Arnaz boasts two comfortable campgrounds and five rain shines (permanent rain canopies) with individual fire pits, cooking areas, picnic tables, running water, small grills, and campfire rings. Two yurts, or enclosed tent structures, are also available that can accommodate 25 people each in bunk beds or cots.
The Monarch Breeding & Research Institute at Camp Arnaz is available year-round for weddings, non-profit events, field trips, day camps, overnight camping trips for all size groups and much more!