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Camp Registration and Financial Aid

Girl Scout camp provides amazing opportunities for girls to not only develop and grow a love for the great outdoors, but to build courage and confidence all while meeting new friends!

Below is all the information families need to know to register their girl for an awesome summer at one of our three overnight/resident camps or for any of our local day camps.

Questions or having trouble registering?  Email our customer care team to get you on your way! You can also read our  Camp Cancellation and Refund Policy


Camp Registration

Current Girl Scout members and non-members can follow the steps below or use these instructions to register through the MyGS portal.


Pick your camper's summer camp session from our Summer Fun Guide.


Find the session on our online Activities Calendar by searching for the date, name of camp, and weekly theme.  You may need to scroll to the month and date of your desired summer camp session.  You can also register by logging into your My GS portal or creating a My GS account.  Once you have signed in to My GS, either select Find an Event OR choose My Events.  You will need the zip code of the event location to search for your desired events.


  • Camp Graham: 27537
  • Camp Hardee: 27814
  • Camp Mary Atkinson: 27576
  • Camp Mu-Sha-Ni: 27281
  • Fayetteville Service Center: 28303
  • Goldsboro Service Center: 27534
  • Raleigh Service Center: 27613
  • Virtual Programs: 27613 (these events take place online but a zip code is still required)
  • Wilmington Service Center: 28403

Click on Event Details to find more information and to begin the registration process.  Use the + and – signs to select the number of girl (and adult if applicable) participants.


Follow the camp registration prompts including selecting your session for the week, adding in any camp extras like T-shirts and photos, and pay the $100 nonrefundable camp deposit and additional fees as applicable.



Once you are registered, you can confirm your camp session on the My Events page in your My GS account.  Your camp confirmation packet will be emailed and will also be available in the camp description on your My Events page beginning on May 1st


Have an awesome time at Girl Scout summer camp! See you around the campfire! 


Need help registering? Use our handy registration guide!


Financial Assistance

At Girl Scouts, we believe that camp is for every girl. And thanks to our generous donors and our Send a Girl to Camp appeal, we’re thrilled to be able to offer financial assistance in order to give more girls the opportunity to experience Girl Scout camp. Interested in helping provide exciting camp opportunities for girls? Donate to our Send a Girl To Camp appeal today! All donations are put towards providing financial assistance to girls across our 41 counties so that every girl can experience the magic of camp.

Learn more about our camp and outdoor scholarships and click the links below to apply. A girl must be a registered member to qualify for financial aid. All requests are confidential and private. 

Csorba Award for First Time Campers

The Sue “Skipper” Csorba Award is a campership honoring a Girl Scout alumna from Annapolis, Maryland. As a troop leader, Sue Csorba was committed to giving girls outdoor experiences and was determined to have an inclusive troop of girls from all races, incomes, and family situations. With Sue Csorba’s vision and passion in mind, the fund provides a limited number of summer camp awards each summer. Girl Scouts — North Carolina Coastal Pines will provide these awards based on need, and will consider a variety of factors including financial, family, and home situation. Priority is given to first-time campers and may exceed the $250 limit. Applications are due to the Raleigh Service Center by April 1, 2022. For the Csorba Award, a deposit is not required with the campership application. This award excludes troop, day, and family camp.

Click here to apply for the Sue “Skipper”

Camperships for Resident and Troop Camp

The Campership application is open now. This is for registered GS-NCCP girls that show financial need; this award is not to exceed $50 per girl and is based on the total price of session selected. To apply for a campership for any of the following sessions click here

  • Mini resident camp sessions at Camp Mary Atkinson
  • Day Camp Session at Camp Mary Atkinson (Found in the Summer Fun Guide)
  • Mini and resident camp sessions at Camp Graham
  • Troop camp sessions at Camp Graham
Day Camp Financial Assistance Request

To request financial assistance for volunteer-led day camps, campers will need to first register online and pay the deposit with a credit or debit card. During the registration process, check the box that says Request Financial Assistance. Once you have registered and paid the deposit, go to your My Events page, and select your day camp event to find a document with additional instructions. In the document, you will find a link to complete the online application for financial assistance.



Using Cookie Dough to Attend Camp

Use your “dough” to attend camp! Girls who have earned Cookie Dough (funds placed on a council gift card) or selected summer camp as a Superstar Destinations reward can apply their balances/reward to help pay for summer resident or day camp opportunities! Hooray!

Stay tuned for new ways to apply your Cookie Dough to pay for camp online via our new Activities registration system!

Questions about using Cookie Dough? We’ve got your back. Contact Customer Care and we’ll get it taken care of!


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