Camp is the best adventure of the summer—so join us as we kick off the summer in true Girl Scout fashion! Try your hand at classic camp crafts, learning basic skills to have fun in the outdoors, virtually explore the trails of camp on a hike and learn some traditional cookout recipes.
Along the way, you’ll see some familiar faces, hear some of your favorite camp songs and join us in laughter and fun. It’s your summer, so camp like a Girl Scout!
The first sessions for each topic are recommended for Daisies, Brownies, and Juniors (grades K-5) and the second sessions are recommended for Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors (grades 6-12), but all are welcome for each session!
Outdoor Skill Building
Join us as we go through different tiers of outdoor living skills for all ages. Follow along while you watch the video and then give it a try!
Basic Fire Building
We'll help you to develop your basic fire-building skills! Learn about safety, what materials you'll need, how to prepare and start your fire, and then how to put it out.
Advanced Fire Building
We'll take your fire building to the next level! Learning how to start a fire without matches. You'll start a fire using flint and steel, steel wool and a battery, and a magnifying glass.
Tune in for our art programming. These were live sessions with our camp staff where they showed you the arts of camp!
Join Nona to learn how to make a God's Eye—a classic Girl Scout camp craft. All you'll need is two sticks and some yarn!
Bring your friendship string and join Ziggy as she teaches you how to make some super awesome friendship bracelets.
No adventure is complete without exploring the outdoors. Join us as we take you through the trails of our camps—with a twist! Each hike we’ll share some activities you can do on your own, wherever you are.
Hike the newly updated Turtle Ridge trail as we identify trees and plants using leaves and do a few activities along the way.
If you love to hike and are also into photography, come with us on this photo hike! We'll talk about taking your good pictures and making them great by following a few tried and true techniques and tips.
Cooking by the Campfire
Grab your ingredients and gather round the campfire (or kitchen) for a play by play of how to make some delicious campfire meals and sweet treats.
Foil Dinner and S'more Spread
Follow along as we start our cookouts with something simple but pretty tasty. Everyone likes foil dinners—these are easy to make and awesome to eat. You'll also learn another creative way to make S'mores!
Sloppy Joes & Mock Angel Food
Want something easy to cook but tired of tacos? (That's a trick question, it's impossible to get tired of tacos.) Try something new with this slightly spicy Sloppy Joe Mix. If you're not into meat, we'll also show you the vegan alternative! Then, complete your cookout with Mock Angel Food—the sweetest dessert you'll try on a stick!
Join our experts in the field of STEM! While most people are encouraged not to try things in their living rooms, you’ll be able to challenge yourself to some pretty awesome science and engineering projects.
Learn about how airplanes fly in this virtual workshop! In this session, we will talk about how heavy airplanes manage to lift off the ground and fly. We will also do a couple of experiments with paper airplanes and paper rockets to demonstrate those principles.
Learn about how airplanes fly in this virtual workshop! In this session, we will talk about how heavy airplanes manage to lift off the ground and fly. We will complete experiments to demonstrate those principles. In any remaining time, we would love to have an interactive discussion, and answer any questions participants have about engineering.
Join us as we take you on a tour of Camp Butterworth. We will drive through first so you can get a lay of the camp, and then tour most buildings. This is perfect if you've never been to Camp Butterworth before, or you just miss seeing the familiar sights!
Once you've started your week learning how to light a fire with matches and other methods, we challenge you to choose your favorite method—match, flint and steel, magnifying glass, or something else entirely—then practice
Join Program Manager (and long time Girl Scout Camp attendee) Chelsea Smith AKA Dandy for a Camp Creature Feature showcasing Frogs and Toads. Learn about the difference between them, their life cycles and a whole lot more.