Juniors - $150

Juniors are girls who will be entering 4th and 5th grade in the fall of this year.  Juniors have the following choices of badges:

  • Animal Habitats - Many animals live in the wild, so we don't get to spend time with them in their natural homes - their habitats. Here at camp we have a unique opportunity to really see and learn about where they live, how they play, and how we can help them.

  • Camper - In this badge, plan a camping adventure! You might watch a sky full of stars, cook a meal, or share skits at the campfire. You'll definitely learn some new outdoor skills as you take part in this favorite Girl Scout tradition.

  • Detective - Stories are full of amazing detectives solving mysteries. Grab your magnifying glass and dive into the science of detecting. You'll how to follow clues and discover facts like a detective.

  • Flowers - Flowers are so beautiful, we bring them from the outside, into our homes to add cheer to a room. But there's more to flowers than just good looks. Without them, plants could not make seeds and scientists think the world would be much drier. Dig up more flower secrets in this badge.

  • Forestry Adventures - MDW camp patch - The forest is full of amazing things, and at Mountaindale we have a unique opportunity to really explore it. Take a hike, look for signs of animals, and learn about the plants that make up our beautiful camp property.


Girls entering grade 5 or higher in the fall of this year are invited to spend the night on Thursday night. There is a theme dinner, fun afternoon activity, campfire, skits, songs, and more. After the campfire ceremony the girls will sleep in the meadow under the stars.  Breakfast, lunch and snacks are provided for the overnight campers on Friday.

Girls entering grade 4 in the fall of this year are invited to an almost overnight. This means that they will stay after the main camp ends that day, have dinner and enjoy the campfire ceremony, and at the end of the evening, they will be provided with a bus to take them to Westview. The grade 4 girls will not sleep at camp that night. They will also not be provided with breakfast or lunch that Friday.

At the beginning of the camp week, a letter will be sent home with the camper. The letter will detail what items the campers should or should not bring.  If it is raining the day of the overnight, or it starts to rain during the overnight, the Directors have a backup plan for the evacuation of the meadow and the girls in grade 5 and above will stay at camp.