The Camp Pathway captures participation in day and/or resident camp experiences. The essence of camp is out-of-doors and/or includes a focus on environmental or outdoor education.
- Girls participate in a weeklong day camp planned and administered by volunteers at a park in their community.
- The local parks and recreation department collaborates with Girl Scouts to host a three-day camp held over winter break focusing on environmental education and awareness.
- Girls participate in a three-night/four-day horse camp at Camp Azalea Trails.
- Older girls go to summer camp in a 13-day high-adventure atmosphere where they have fun playing sports like hiking, biking, and canoeing.
All Girl Scouts will receive a Passport to Leadership to help them track and record their favorite Girl Scout memories.