Summer Camp Orientation Guide

Lauren Raivan, Program Manager
Girl Scout camp is so much more than doing things outside. Yes, we offer archery, art, challenge courses, horseback riding, hiking, kayaking, outdoor cooking, and more. And while each of these activities are great, the greatness of a Girl Scout camp is more than the sum of its parts—it’s all of the activities, friendships, experiences, personal growth, and fun, mashed together and sprinkled with a bit of camp magic. And the best part? While at camp, your camper is learning about the world around them, skill-building and challenging themselves in ways you’ve never thought possible. During my work with Girl Scout councils for 14 years, with seven as a Camp Director, I have seen this growth in our campers every day they’re at our programs. I am so excited to be supporting our Girl Scouts through another summer of adventure and growth!

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Chelbie Beagley, Trefoil Ranch Director
Camp has afforded me and countless others so many opportunities to grow and challenge our sense of who we are and what we are capable of. Seeing campers try new things and develop relationships with people they may never have met otherwise is so rewarding, and it's something camp does so well!

I was born and raised in Utah, and I graduated from Utah Valley University with a Bachelors in Outdoor Recreation Management. Since my own days as a camper, I have been on staff at various camps and youth organizations in six different states: Utah, Oregon, California, Minnesota, Alabama, and Oklahoma. This will be my sixth summer as a Camp Director, and I’m thrilled to be spending it in my own backyard at Trefoil Ranch!

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