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School Year Camp Program (Minicamps)


Girl Scouts of Utah provides camp program all year - not just during the summer! Our school year programs are often referred to as "Minicamps." Girls can attend camp programs individually, with friends, with their troops, or with an adult companion depending on the program. Activities range from snowshoeing, rope course, canoeing, hiking, art, and more!

All outdoor program registrations, forms, and healthcare are housed in UltraCamp - Girl Scout of Utah's Outdoor Program registration system. Manage your UltraCamp account here.

General Information

About Minicamps

Our minicamp programs are a great way for girls to experience camp for the first time or create memories in the outdoors yearround. With so many options, there is something for every camper!  

Participation types:

  • Girls only: Girls can attend on their own or with friends.
  • Girl with adult: Typical registration is a girl or siblings registered with a parent/guardian. Female or male adults are welcome to attend, unless the program specifies otherwise.
  • Troop: A group of girls from the same troop can attend together with troop leaders. Troop overnight camping ratios should be followed when registering for programs.
    • Camping ratios
    • 1:4 for Daisies
    • 1:6 for Brownies
    • 1:8 for Juniors & Cadettes
    • 1:10 for Seniors & Ambassadors
Ways to Pay

Activity Credits

The Girl Scouts of Utah Cookie Program helps girls pay for Girl Scout programming through earned Activity Credits. Girls receive Activity Credits to help pay for summer camps, day camps, program activities, Girl Scout membership fees, and items from the Girl Scout Shop.

Activity Credits can be used for minicamp registration fees by printing and completing the registration form.

Activity Scholarship Program

This program provides assistance for individual girl members who are registered Girl Scouts and wish to attend GSU sponsored camps or programs, but are unable due to financial restraints. Applications may be submitted after completion of the initial registration and the program deposit is paid.

Each membership year a girl may receive one Activity Scholarship for a school year program and one for summer camp. 

As a Troop

Troop leaders have the option of having families register girls individually, or troops can reserve spaces in a minicamp program. Read more about how to pay as a troop.

Post-Registration Information

We're so excited you've registered for a minicamp program! Please reference our Minicamp Program Attendees webpage to help you prepare for your program, including camp rules and required forms.

If you need further assistance after reviewing this page, please contact Customer Care at or (801) 265-8472.

Upcoming Programs

General Camps

Wilderness First Aid Campout at Camp Cloud Rim
Grades 9-12, girl only 
September 15-17, 2023 – Register online

You never know what will happen on a wilderness trip, but a great Girl Scout is always prepared! In Wilderness and Remote First Aid, you’ll learn advanced skills to be used in emergencies when help from professional first responders may be far away. We’ll spend the weekend practicing hands-on first aid skills indoors and outdoors and we’ll save some time for fun camp activities at Camp Cloud Rim. 

Art-a-Rama at Camp Cloud Rim 
Grades K-12, Girl/Adult or Troop
September 22-23, 2023 – Register online 
September 23-24, 2023 – Register online 

Spend time enjoying the fall weather at Camp Cloud Rim while creating your own innovative masterpieces! You’ll capture the gorgeous fall scenery on canvas, create unique pieces of textile art, and have time to enjoy the paddling on the lake and hiking if you wish to do so. Projects will be different from the previous year. 

High Adventure Camps


Winter Camping at Camp Cloud Rim 
Grades 6-12, Girl only
February 17-20, 2023 – Register online (originally scheduled for Jan. 2023)

Spend the weekend exploring winter camping techniques at Camp Cloud Rim. We will meet at the Salt Lake City office, drive to the Camp Cloud Rim area, then snowshoe to the camp property. You’ll spend the weekend learning about snow shelters and snow caves, practicing winter survival skills, and taking in the winter wonderland around you on snowshoes. Seniors and Ambassadors will earn their Snow Adventure badge. Time will be spent indoors and outdoors. Girls must be physically able to snowshoe with a backpack for 3 miles to and from camp. Camp staff will transport girls from Salt Lake City to camp.

Moab Adventure in Moab 
Grades 6-12, Girl only 
April 14-16, 2023 – Register online

Travel with other Girl Scouts to Moab on Friday, set up camp, and then spend all day Saturday paddle boarding and hiking. Spend some time cooking out and working on steps of various outdoor badges. Program fee covers transportation from Murray to Moab and back, gear and instruction for paddleboarding, food, and GSU staff supervision/programming. 
Note: This is a beginner trip. Prior paddle boarding and camping experience is not a prerequisite. However, participants must be able to swim.

Intro to Horses Minicamp at Trefoil Ranch
Grades K-8, Girl/Adult or Troop
August 14-15, 2023 – Register online
August 15-16, 2023 – Register online
August 16-17, 2023 – Register online

During this overnight session, get clued in to horses by learning about how to care for horses, what equipment you need, rider lingo, and more before grooming, helping tack your horse, and going on a ride. Girls and adults will ride in the arena for one hour and have a one-hour horse care lesson. Time spent away from the stables will be spent enjoying a campfire program, interviewing a Girl Scout camp horse expert, creating a horse themed craft, and making a treat to give the horses! 

Northern Utah Fall Backpacking in Northern Utah
Grades 6-12, Girl only
September 22-24, 2023 – Register online

There are few things that are quite as rewarding as backpacking in Utah’s beautiful Uinta range! Take a step (or many) off the beaten path, and join other Girl Scouts on this weekend backpacking excursion in Northern Utah. Program fee covers transportation from the SLC office to the trail and back, meals, and shared group gear such as water filters and tents. Backpacks, sleeping bags, and other backcountry gear are available for use on a first-come, first-served basis. While this is a beginner trip, participants MUST be physically able to carry all their own gear around 5 miles each day on uneven terrain.

Family Camps


Cloud Rim Getaway at Camp Cloud Rim 
Grades K-12, Girl/Adult
September 8-9, 2023 – Register online
September 9-10, 2023 – Register online

Want one last outdoor adventure before the summer ends? Join us for a camping adventure with your favorite adult of any gender. Get a taste of what camp life is all about, from arts and crafts to campfires and outdoor skills! Camp Cloud Rim provides paddling on the lake and rock climbing or bouldering. Age restrictions apply to certain activities.

Journey Camps

Love Your Planet Journey at Camp Cloud Rim
Grades 2-8, Girl/Adult or Troop
September 15-16, 2023 – Register online

Join other Girl Scouts at Camp Cloud Rim who wish to protect the natural environment and keep the Earth healthy. During this overnight, participants will take on an Innovator role as they engage in weird science experiments, recycled crafts, and healthy snacks. Participants will complete portions of the It's Your Planet – Love It! Journey. Staff will facilitate the appropriate Journey connected to the troop's Girl Scout level! Even multi-level troops can benefit from this overnight experience!

Outdoor Journey at Camp Cloud Rim
Grades  2-8, Girl/Adult or Troop
September 16-17, 2023 – Register online

Grab your bug spray, sunscreen, water bottles, and sleeping bags to come to Camp Cloud Rim! Try the rock climbing or bouldering, cook a dessert over the fire, participate in canoeing, and learn some outdoor skills. At camp, you’ll complete the full Outdoor Journey including the Take Action Project! Staff will facilitate the appropriate Journey connected to the participant's Girl Scout level.

Camp Programs at Home

Your Voice. Your World. Your Girltopia. on Zoom
Grades 9-12, Girl only
April 22, 2023
– Register online

Seniors and Ambassadors will become possibility-thinkers, visionaries, and confident advocates! Participants will learn how to develop a Take Action project, how to use their voice as an advocate, and how to facilitate discussions about hot topics with other Girl Scouts from around the United States. Girls will also learn some tips and tricks about public speaking. Journey books (Girltopia for Seniors and Your Voice, Your World – The Power of Advocacy for Ambassadors) are highly recommended. We will be referencing the book often. Participants will log into Zoom two times: one 3-hour session in the morning, and one 3-hour session in the afternoon.


Contact: or (801) 265-8472
24 Hour Emergency Line: (801) 483-3413

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Girl Scout of Utah Camps are proud to be accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA) and meet its high standards for program design and activities, site and food service, transportation, health and wellness, operation management, and human resources.