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Welcome to Tajar's Treehouse

Real Girl Scout community, sisterhood, and connection, a week at a time.

This year, Girl Scouts is bringing the magic of camp direct to your living room, backyard, neighborhood park, and beyond! So much has changed this year for girls, but the incredible community of camp doesn’t have to be one of them.

In each week-long virtual camp session, campers will get the opportunity to bond with girls their age, explore fun and relaxing activities, learn new skills, and build their own community—the cornerstone of a Girl Scout camp experience. Campers of all ages will get to come together daily for themed activities around art, nature, science, and sisterhood. Add in daily cabin chats and trained, supportive staff, and you’ve got the perfect recipe for a relaxing, no-pressure routine to brighten your girl’s day and make her summer one to remember.

Sign up for one session or give them all a try—we can't wait to hang out with you in Tajar's Treehouse!

Each Tajar's Treehouse camp program is built around one of GSNorCal's four program themes:

  • Sisterhood & Belonging

    Socially distant doesn't have to mean socially isolated! While we're physically apart, we’re doing what camp does best—building a community that helps girls feel confident, safe, and engaged. Girls in these programs will focus on connecting with their peers, creating an amazing friend group that they can rely on for years to come.

  • Health & Wellness

    She may be stuck indoors more than she’d like, but that doesn’t mean she can’t take care of her mind, body, and spirit! Embracing the proven benefits of movement, relaxation, and mindfulness, Girls in these programs will focus on physical and mental wellness, learning how to be kind to themselves, build happy, healthy habits, and get moving!

  • Leading Change

    Within every Girl Scout is a leader ready to take charge! When girls give back to their communities, they learn self-confidence, gain agency and decision-making skills, and feel accomplished as they change the world around them. Girls in these programs will work on themed service projects and learn about initiatives that make a positive impact, all while working towards making our communities and the world better places.

  • Planning for Adventure

    Girl Scouts are dreamers, planners, and ultimately, doers! Her adventure may be slightly postponed, but there’s planning to be done and skills to be gained before she can set forth! Girls in these programs will design their own adventures, whether that’s a trip abroad or a camping excursion in the wilderness. She’ll get to set goals, train her mind and body, make plans, and work towards her adventure with her sisters by her side.

More About Camp

Our virtual camp day follows a set and simple schedule, and has three main components.

8:30 AM–9:00 AM

Treehouse Wake-up

9:00 AM–9:30 AM

Daisy Group Time

10:00 AM–10:30 AM

Brownie Group Time

11:00 AM–11:30 PM

Junior Group Time

12:00 PM–1:00 PM

Theme Lunch (Wednesdays)

1:00 PM–1:45 PM

Cadette & CIT 1 Cabin Groups

2:00 PM–2:45 PM

Senior & Ambassador Cabin Groups

3:00 PM–3:40 PM

All Camp & Closing (Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays)

4:00 PM–4:45 PM

CIT II & CIT III Huddles

5:30 PM–6:30 PM

Closing Campfire (Thursdays)

Download Tajar's Treehouse Daily Schedule

All Camp Live: Each day, you will be able to tune in to LIVE All Camp Activities. In these activities, we’ll be welcoming the girls to camp and participating in classic camp traditions like camp-wide games, themed meals, dress-up days, and more, all adapted to the virtual space.

Self-Guided, Age-Specific Activities: Once you register, you’ll be given access to a landing page where you will find a week’s worth of content. For each age group, a daily activity guide has been prepared with 2–3 activities, additional resource links, supplemental video content, and detailed instructions. These guides have been developed specifically for Tajar’s Treehouse by our experienced camp directors, and they are age-appropriate, thematic, and centered around a daily program area.

Live Group Time: We all know the best part of camp is the friendships you form with other campers and our amazing staff! This is where your girls will really get to spend time with others and build relationships. All campers will be placed in a group, and will have the opportunity to tune in live each day for additional programing that relates to the Self-Guided activities. Group Time looks different based on age, as we have constructed our program around what is developmentally appropriate.

Younger campers will experience guided games, activities, and discussions with Camp Facilitators. These groups will be larger, and girls will be able to communicate through the chat function and when unmuted by staff.

In addition to spending time with all the girls in their age group, older campers will be placed into small “Cabin Groups”, where they will get to chat with their counselors and camp friends about the activities they are doing that week. This age group will experience a lot of choice in their schedule and will have the opportunity to choose and vote together on what they will do in their Cabin Groups.

Counselors-In-Training will be placed with other CITs of their level (I, II, III) and will meet daily in small groups with the CIT Director to engage in learning experiences, shadow staff, and plan all-camp games and activities.

Q. Who is Tajar?

Tajar is a well-loved friend and mascot of GSNorCal camps, and he is sure to make our summer brighter! He’s a magical animal that lives in the tallest tree on camp. He is something like a tiger, something like a badger, and something like a jaguar. If you ever see him, you will forget what he looks like. But should you see him twice, you would forget to forget what he looks like.  He is a friend to all, making him the perfect mascot for our summer together. You’ll see Tajar in activities throughout the summer!

Q. What supplies will I need?

We have intentionally designed the programming in the activity guide to utilize everyday items that families generally have on hand. Our priority is to bring girls together during a time that feels isolating; we want Tajar’s Treehouse to be accessible, fun, and uncomplicated! For each session that you are registered for, you will receive a confirmation email at least a week prior to your session with a detailed supply list.

General supplies you will need for most sessions include: 

  • Basic Art Supplies: paper, coloring implements (crayons/ markers, etc), scissors, pens or pencils, glue, chalk, tape, recycled materials 
  • Simple STEM Supplies: Measuring cups, bowls and cups, spoons, salt, ice, foil, etc.
  • General Supplies: Web Device (computer with webcam and microphone strongly recommended), pen and paper, clothes you can move in, speakers 

Q. What is the daily time commitment?

Tajar’s Treehouse experiences stress the fun and friendship of camp, while considering the needs of families at home,  the varying stages of child development, and the unique setting of the blended home and virtual environment. The program is flexible so that you and your camper can engage based on their needs and interests.

Here’s what to expect:

  • There is about 30 minutes to an hour of optional, live all-camp time offered per day.
  • Activity guides include about an hour to two hours of content; you can do as much or as little as you would like to with your girl. Supplemental activities may provide an additional hour of optional activity time.
  • Live group time is 20–30 minutes per day for girls in grades K–5, and 45 minutes per day for girls in grades 6–12 (including CIT groups).

Q. Is the program themed?

Yes! Along with each session being connected to our four themes of Sisterhood and Belonging, Health and Wellness, Leading Change, and Planning for adventure, each day’s activities correspond with the week’s themes.

  • Mondays are Adventures in Art: In art sessions, girls will make crafts, learn about famous pieces, share talents, write poems, etc.  
  • Tuesdays are Nature Explorers: In nature sessions, we’ll explore ecosystems, habitats, our local flora and fauna and more. We’ll get outside and take part in outdoor adventures.   
  • Wednesdays are Silly Science: In STEM sessions, we’ll do experiments and learn how things work.  Girls will get to try making predictions, learn about women innovators in STEM fields, and explore the science of the world around them.  
  • Thursdays are Critter Crew: In animal sessions, girls will get to know the critters that live in their communities and at camp. We’ll discover wild animals and the world of pets too! 
  • Fridays are Music and Motion: In music sessions, girls will get to dance and sing as little or as much as they would like to. We’ll play freeze dance, sing campfire songs, share the joy of music, and more.