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Camp Tall Trees is a residential camp especially for girls and is organized by Girl Scouts of Northern California. Camp Tall Trees is open to girl scouts and non girl scouts alike. We aim to make it possible for any girl to attend irrespective of her families ability to pay. We may able to grant camperships to those girls who would otherwise be unable to attend.
Girls Entering Grades
|1 - Forest Friends||3||Sun 7/2 - Tue 7/4||1 - 3|
|2 - Explorer||5||Wed 7/5 - Sun 7/9||4 - 5|
|3 - Hogwarts Camp||7||Sat 6/24 - Fri 6/30||6 - 9|
|4 - Hogwarts PLUS Camp||8||Sat 6/24 - Sat 7/1||6 - 9|
All sessions will be held at Redwood National Park's Wolf Creek Camp.
Serving girls entering grades 1 thru 3 ( Daisies & Brownie Girl Scouts), this short three day two night camp are an ideal first camp experience. Girls will learn to work together while having fun. This is a great first camping experience.
Serves girls entering grades 4 thru 5 (Junior girl scouts). Five days and four nights in length, this camp provides a longer and more challenging experience.
The camp this year will again be based on the concept of Exploration. Our goal is for girls to discover their environment and in so doing begin to appreciate it's importance and their place with in it.
This camp is for seven days and six nights and designed for girls entering grades 6 thru 9 (Cadette & Senior girl scouts).
The theme of the 2017 camp will be the Hogwarts. So come prepared to participate in a bunch of Harry Potter themed activities. Be sure to brush up on your Wizarding skills and Harry Potter trivia.
The camp will also include traditional activities including Rock Climbing, Kayaking, Archery & Rappelling.
Attend and enjoy all the activities of Hogwarts Camp but then as everyone is leaving you will stay an extra day at camp learning more rock climbing skills. This session is restricted to 16 girls so you will also get a chance to experience Wolf Creek when it is less crowded.
Earn the Legacy rock climbing badge. Discover ways to improve as a climber and develop your technical skills. Learn to tie climbing knots, inspect climbing hardware, understand belay devices, carabineers, ropes and other gear. We will show you basic rescue techniques and let you develop your skills as a belayer.
If you plan to become a CIT at Camp Tall Trees and have not previously taken the Rock IP you should consider staying to take this training.
Camp Tall Trees is run entirely by volunteers. We would like you to consider volunteering. We have opportunities for administrative volunteers, resident adult volunteers and day helpers. This is a great opportunity to have fun, re-live your childhood camp experiences, and enjoy the outdoors while helping an amazing group of girls grow.
We have many flexible ways to allow you to volunteer. Call us at (707) 839 3714 to discuss how you can participate. In the meantime, please check out our volunteer page. Since 2009 volunteers have provided over 800 camp experiences to girls. Thank You!
Girls entering grades 8 thru 12 in the fall of 2016 that have completed Program Aide training are eligible to apply for a CIT (counselor in training) position at one or more camp sessions. This is a great opportunity to have fun, help younger girls while at the same time developing your leadership skills. Check our CIT page.
On behalf of the girls who have benefited from attending Camp Tall Trees and its programs, we would like to recognize the following organizations that have provided generous grants or other forms of support to Camp Tall Trees.
|Humboldt Sponsors||Grants to support our environmental education programs including: Make it Green (green construction program), Design Time, Leave No Trace (outdoor ethics) and our Pixie/Fairy/Sprite outdoor awareness program.|
|Humboldt Area Foundation||A summer mini grants to purchase life jackets and helmets for use in rafting, archery equipment and most recently GPS units.|
|Humboldt Hops||Grant to purchase equipment.|
|Sun Valley Bulb Farms||Donation of rafting materials.|
|Kayak Zak||Support of our rafting and kayaking programs by providing activities at greatly reduced costs.|
|Dows Prairie Grange||Donation of rafting and pioneering poles.|
|Sholes Overhead Door||Assistance with storing and transporting food.|
|Pierson Building Center||Donation of prepared wood for name tags and craft supplies.|
If you or your organization are interested in sponsoring some aspect of Camp Tall Trees we would love to hear from you. Sponsorship opportunities include supporting individual camperships for disadvantaged girls, providing materials, sponsoring individual activities, and providing services. If you feel able to help out please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (707)-839-3714