Girl Scouts is celebrating 100 years of building girls of courage, confidence, and character in 2012, and camp is an integral and historic part of the Girl Scout leadership experience. Girl Scouting in Wyoming can be traced back to 1922, when the first troop in the state was formed in Casper. The movement spread to Evanston in 1923, followed by Greybull and Worland. Throughout the 1920s Scouting spread across the state. Camp Sacajawea, located on Casper Mountain, was christened in 1936, and is still used today by Girl Scouts from across Montana and Wyoming.

Girls in grades K – 12 are invited to attend Camp 2012 on Casper Mountain. Hosted by Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming, camp is all about trying new things, meeting new friends, and having fun in the great outdoors. Go for a few days, a week, or longer. Any girl can attend!

Girl Scout camps offer a wealth of programs for girls of all ages and interests. Camping is a great way to build new skills, get a sense of community, and develop a deep appreciation for nature. Girl Scout camping gives girls the opportunity to grow, explore, and have fun—always under the guidance of caring, trained adults.

A camp brochure with full details on each camp and pricing is available at or call 800-736-5243 to have one mailed.  Register online for camps or call for a registration form.


Camps at CAMP SACAJAWEA on Casper Mountain are as follows:

July 8 - 13                       Grade

Saddle Up l                      2-12

What’s Your Sport?     2-12

Nite Owls                          6-12

CIT l                                 10-12


July 15 – 20                            Grade

Saddle Up l                               2-12

Art-rageous                              2-5

Wilderness Survival             6-12

CIT ll                                          10-12


July 20 - 22                   Grade

G.O.! (Girls Only)             K-5


July 22 – 27                         Grade

Saddle Up l                              2-12

Saddle Up lI                            2-12

Outdoors & S’mores            2-12

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