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Girls Camp

June 29 - July 5 & July 13 - 19, 2024
Grade 5th-7th
Adventure Outpost
Week 1 Rachel Wetzel Week 2 Jamie Chapman

Camp Registration

I’m ready… sign me up!
Girls Camp

Getting to camp looks different this year. Instead of a chaperoned Fort vehicle for pick-up and drop off like in previous years we are connecting Fort families to arrange ride-shares. Learn more and sign up here.

Do you long for a place your daughter can be part of a designed community where safe fun and spiritual growth happen simultaneously? 

There’s a window—a season of life—where our daughters are becoming young women while still holding onto elements of being little girls. Fort’s Girls Camp is built around that idea. Fort is a place where growth happens—spiritually, relationally, emotionally. It’s a place for friendships and faith to blossom and grow. Girls Camp is everything your daughter (and you) hope it could be.

There are still spaces available at Girls Camp! Register today!

Two options to attend Girls Camp! June 29-July 5 OR July 13-19

Colorful fun out in the field
Time for tetherball!
Memories and masterpieces made
Counselors invest in relationships

First time camper?

Read our Frequently Asked Questions! Don’t forget to invite a friend and request them as a cabin mate on your registration form!


Campers engage in activities led by our amazing summer staffers. You choose your adventures! Waterfront, craft shop, archery, field games, horses, nature classes, team building, and so much more to enjoy each day. All activities are included with the exception of a few optional add-ons. Keep reading to learn more about our Horsemanship offerings.

Horsemanship Classes and Lessons

Horsemanship Classes and Lessons are an optional add-on for Girls Camp. Fort Wilderness is a member of the Certified Horsemanship Association, and we follow their standards and techniques in order to promote a fun, safe, and educational experience. Classes are spread out over four days, weather-permitting.




We welcome your family to drive your child up to Fort, take a tour, and meet your counselor. New in 2024, Fort is helping to connect families to arrange a carpool – learn more here: transportation

Financial Assistance

Fort Wilderness desires that camp be available to all people, regardless of finances. Don’t miss out on camp. Learn more and apply: financial assistance

Food Allergy Note

For any food allergy, we want to help. Please email no less than 2 weeks before the first day of camp. Contact the Youth Camp Food Service Director (Janet) at

Service Animal Note

Do you need to bring a Service Animal to camp? Please email documentation from a licensed professional (doctor, psychiatrist, or other mental health professional) no less than 2 weeks before the first day of camp, stating that the animal is an essential part of treatment for a disability. Send the information to the Registrar (Jackie) at

Camp friends become lifelong friends
Campers learn strategies to study scripture
Just a little bit more!

Basic Camp Schedule

Opening day Arrive at Camp! (1:30 – 4:00 PM)
Meet your counselor and cabinmates, move into your cabin, and take a swim and/or horseback test. (Goodbye to parents)
First dinner and all camp activity
Day 2 to Last Full Day of CampBreakfast, lunch, dinner shared with campers and counselors.
Morning session with your speaker, followed up with cabin time.
Campers engage in staff-led activities. You choose your adventures! Waterfront, craft shop, archery, field games, horses*, nature classes, team building, and so much more to enjoy each day. *Involves additional cost
An evening group session followed by a nightly all-camp activity and a campfire.
Last Day
Pack up, eat breakfast, check out of Fort, and take camp transportation or be picked up by parents.