Come join us for an exciting week traveling thru time in our
Segonku Time Machine.
Push the buttons and spin the wheel, where will you go?
Prehistoric Times, Medieval Days, or maybe go far into the Future.
Who knows what time in history you will be in as you are making new friends, enjoying crafts, singing, cooking, hiking, playing games and learning outdoor skills.
July19th to July 23th
9:00 a.m to 3 p.m.
PATCH DESIGN CONTEST
Any camper can participate!
The winner will earn a 2021
Please include in your design:
The Camp Theme
(Lost in Time or Time Machine),
and the year 2021.
All patch submissions due May 15th
© Camp Segonku 2011 - 2021
Photo Credits: Corrie Hawke and Brandy Clarno
Registration opens APRIL 1, 2021
April 1st - 30th
Early Bird Registration
Regular registration prices
Registration closes (or when we reach capacity)
Camper email confirmations go out OR email notification that camp is cancelled due to lack of adult volunteers or Covid-19 restrictions.
FULL Refunds will be given. NO REFUNDS AFTER JUNE 10th.
Leader Training! New leaders and LITs arrive at 9:00 a.m. PAs and returning leaders come at noon!
July - If we need to cancel due to Covid-19 restrictions, your camper's supplies, including T-shirt, will be put into a "Camp in a Box" for pick up.
Camp setup and visitation day! Swing by and tour camp and see your unit from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
First day of camp starts at 9:00 a.m.! See you there!
2021 patch design contest winner!
Congratulations Raquel Solis!
YOUR PATCH DESIGN for 2021
2021 Registration opens April 1st
We hope you are all managing to stay safe and well during these unusual times. The Camp Segonku core staff realizes the need for girls to be active in nature and we are focusing on putting together a safe program this summer for our Girl Scouts. There will be many changes in order to be a Covid-19 safe environment including units(pods) social distancing from other pods at all times. But your pod will still be able to do crafts, play games, sing songs, do a cooking activity, learn outdoor skills, find the Wood Fairy house, hike around camp, do the guess jar, and possibly do archery all while staying within your pod and social distancing. We are Girl Scouts; we are creative and we will have fun!
Please be mindful that camp may or may not happen based on several different variables. We're hoping to hear your feedback by completing our survey below. Your opinions and suggestions MATTER.
As the Covid-19 Pandemic has progressed, our local Girl Scout Council. GSOSW (Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington) has developed safety guidelines for hosting various forms of activities. We must follow state guidelines for both youth and childcare programs. Keep in mind that information regarding Covid-19 changes often and is updated via the following link: