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What is it?

Camp Re-Imagined is a way for girls to connect with one another and make new friends while learning skills and developing an appreciation for exploration... just like camp, but re-imagined!

During each activity block, girls will get a chance to interact with each other through games and activities while learning new skills and working on basic goal-setting. Each three-day session includes AM and PM activity blocks (via Zoom) with the other girls and a camp councilor. Girls will be mailed all materials for those activities in advance and will have plenty of time between activity blocks to work on projects and explore new concepts in a fun, creative and engaging way!


Camp sessions are divided by age level to allow us to tailor activities to younger or older girls, and an adult “camp councilor” will lead all activities within the AM and PM blocks. If a younger girl signs up for a session above her age level she will need a parent’s help to complete some activities.

When not “at camp” (an activity block) girls will be able to work on and share their challenge projects in a special Google Classroom (a challenge project is an opportunity for girls to work on their own, or with a family member, to complete an extra project like to continue a short story that she began during an activity block).

  • AM Activity Block 9:30 am to 11:30 am
  • PM Activity Block 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm


Each three-day session is $30 for registered Girl Scouts and $35 for non-Girl Scouts. You may register for as many sessions as you’d like on one registration form, but each girl will need to be registered individually.

Questions? Please contact us at [email protected].


Camp Traditions & Campcraft Skills - June 9, 10, 11 (All Ages)


Girl Scouts of all ages and their families will learn about the history and traditions of our two residential camp properties in between practicing quintessential camp craft skills. Girls will earn some steps towards the Outdoor category badge for their level.

Topics Covered:

  • Rancho & Barker Traditions
  • Leave No Trace
  • How to use a propane stove
  • Trail Signs
  • Three types of campfires
  • Write to Our Camp Friends


Space & Storytelling - June 16, 17, 18 (4th - 12th grade)


Juniors through Ambassadors will explore the sun, moon, and stars this week as they speak with an astronomer, express themselves through art, and connect with each other. Girls will earn some steps towards their Space Science badge.

Topics Covered:

  • Constellations
  • Day & Nighttime Astronomy
  • Different Types of Storytelling
  • Astronomy vs Astrology
  • Galaxy Slime
  • The Moon


Animals & Drawing - June 23, 24, 25 (K - 5th grade)


Daisies through Juniors will love this week learning about native New Mexican animals and drawing through character creation and comics! Girls will earn some steps towards their Outdoor Artist badge.

Topics Covered:

  • How to draw animals
  • Comic Writing / Character Creation
  • Camouflage for Animals / Face Painting
  • Jobs Related to Animals
  • Learn about Native NM Wild Animals
  • Making animal treats


Rocks, Trees, & Me - July 7, 8, 9 (K - 5th grade)


Daisies through Juniors will explore New Mexico specific wildflowers, trees, and what makes our sand shiny while learning how to keep our deserts, forests, and mountains healthy. Girls will earn steps towards their Eco badges.

Topics Covered:

  • Biomes
  • Learning about Tree Rings and Forest Health
  • NM Wildflowers
  • NM Trees
  • Basics of Geology, NM Gems & Minerals
  • Edible Plants & Foraging


Sustainability & Photography - July 14, 15, 16 (4th - 12th grade)


Juniors through Ambassadors will join together this week to learn about what sustainability is and how they can make a (positive) impact through photography and activist art. Girls will complete steps towards their Eco badges.

Topics Covered:

  • Evolution of Photography
  • What is Sustainability?
  • Call to Action! How YOU can make a difference
  • Become a Pro Photographer with your Phone
  • The Four R's
  • Pin Hole Cameras & the Science Behind Developing Film


High Adventure, What Is It? - July 21, 22, 23 (All Ages)


Girls of all ages and their families will learn about what defines a high adventure activity, explore in-depth some that are offered through Girl Scouts throughout the year, and practice survival skills. Girls will complete some steps towards their High Adventure badges.

Topics Covered:

  • What IS high adventure?
  • Ropes Course Design
  • Expert Talk: Trail Running or Backpacking
  • Orienteering & Map Reading
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Essential Gear: from backyard camping to backcountry trekking
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