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Diamond Crest Day Camp 2017

Please return here between February 9 - March 2 for a link to register!

The Diamond Crest Girl Scout Day Camp steering committee is busy planning another fun and magical year in the forest!  Registration will open here on February 9 at 12:00 a.m. and will close at 11:00 p.m. on March 2.

One Session: July 24, 25, 26, 27 and July 31, Aug 1, 2 and 3.* NO CAMP ON FRIDAYS!!
*Aug 2 is the last day for girls entering grades 1-3. Girls entering grades 4-10 may opt to camp overnight and return home before noon on Aug 3.

Registration will open at 12:00 a.m. on February 9 and will close at 11:00 p.m. on March 2. Please return to this page during the open registration window for the link to online registration for Diamond Crest Girl Scout Day Camp 2017.

Please note that camp prices this year will be about 60% higher than last year, because the bus company we use to transport campers to and from camp has significantly increased its prices. Those in need of financial assistance are encouraged to apply by May 1 through Girl Scouts of Northern CA.

Note: Registration is NOT processed on a first come, first serve basis. All registration completed within the window of February 9 to March 2 is considered on time and will be processed according to our Admissions Policy. We cannot accept late registrations.  

About our Camp

Diamond Crest Girl Scout Day Camp is an all-volunteer run day camp and is held at a San Mateo County park. Our camp has been in operation for many years and is rich in traditions and has welcomed girls for several generations. We offer one session each year. All applicants are welcome and are admitted by the criteria listed in our Admissions Policy. Our campers travel to camp each day by buses leaving from local schools, churches and community buildings in the Belmont, Redwood Shores and San Carlos area. We offer an overnight experience of 1-2 nights for campers entering grades 4-10.

Campers entering grades 1-7 are grouped in units with girls of their own age/grade and are supervised by trained staff members and program aides. Campers participate in a wide variety of activities including earning badges, hiking, outdoor cooking, learning outdoor skills, crafts, games, singing and more. 7th grade campers participate in the “Aides-in-Training” (AIT) program and may assist unit leaders as Aides when entering grades 8-10.    


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Admissions Policy

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Contact Information
Diamond Crest Girl Scout Day Camp Steering Committee


Diamond Crest Day Camp


Diamond Crest Girl Scout Day Camp Steering Committee