Girl Scouts of Utah provides camp programs all year - not just during the summer. Our school year programs are known as minicamps. They're 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!
Activities range from snowshoeing, rope course, canoeing, hiking, art, and more!
All outdoor program registrations, forms, and healthcare are housed in UltraCamp.
Girl Scouts can pay for programs with Activity Credits, earned through the Girl Scout Cookie Program. Activity Credits 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 (PDF).
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.
We're so excited you've registered for a minicamp program! Please reference our Minicamp Program Attendees page to help you prepare for your program, including camp rules and required forms.
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Enroll in Elf Academy and learn how to become an elf this holiday season. Create holiday decorations, a tasty treat, learn about holiday traditions from around the world, and more, including a service project to help others enjoy this special time of year!
Girl Scouts Daisies, Brownies, and Juniors will work on steps from a variety of badges during this program. An outcome sheet will be sent at the end of this program.
Winter Camping at Camp Cloud Rim
Grades 6-12, Girl only
January 12-15, 2024 – Register online
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 three miles to and from camp. Camp staff will transport girls from Salt Lake City to camp.
There’s nothing quite like Trefoil Ranch in the wintertime! Snowshoeing is a wonderful way to get outside during the winter and enjoy the beautiful views of Provo Canyon.
During this adventure, your family or troop will borrow snowshoes and a map and take off on a self-guided tour of camp. Arrival and departure times will be staggered to allow for spaced-out use of the snowshoes.
Your group will have up to three hours to explore the camp trails before returning to your car. At the end of your adventure, grab a cup of hot chocolate and an individually wrapped snack to help warm up on your way home.
Outdoor Journey at Trefoil Ranch
Grades K-12, Girl/Adult or Troop
April 5-6. 2024 – Register online
Grab your sleeping bags, backpacks, and water bottles and get ready to kickstart your Outdoor Journey. Enjoy songs, games, learning outdoor skills, and cooking over the campfire all while mingling and exploring camp with your other Girl Scout friends.
Daisies, Brownies, and Juniors will complete most badge steps during the program and will need to do the Take Action Project on their own after the program. A detailed outcome sheet and notes for next steps will be sent after the event.