Welcome to Camp Conejo

a fantastic leadership summer camp


Camp Harvest Moon 2019 is November 2-3rd. Camp Harvest Moon is located in Malibu Canyon. You can choose to stay one night or Saturday (DAY ONLY). This is a great opportunity for troops to bond and to have a great time in nature. Troops stay together in cute cabins with bunk beds. Cabins sleep 12-13. Larger troops can get several cabins. Troop registration is encouraged. Individual girls and moms are welcome to register as well but please coordinate with your troop first. Troops will share cabins with other troops and cabin mates decorate their cabins in Fall or Halloween themes (optional). Girls attend workshops on Saturday and Sunday. Workshops often include outdoor art, dutch oven cooking, archery, ropes, and more. We do a 6:30am Polar Bear swim and the girls earn a patch after jumping in the brrrrrr cold pool at sunrise. Food is included in the price, so come and enjoy time with your daughter or the troop at Camp Harvest Moon. We always need PA's to come and help run a workshop! PA's get to come up on Friday night for additional leadership training and lots of fun! Camp Harvest Moon is all volunteer run and the kitchen is managed by volunteers. Get ready to enjoy swaps and s'mores and to get back to nature at Camp Harvest Moon! 

Cadette, Senior and Ambassador troops get to stay together in a large bunk house with indoor bathrooms. Daisy, Brownie and Juniors stay in cabins. Cabins are heated and each bunk has a twin mattress. Larger cabins available for very large troops. Cabins sleep 18-20. Parents stay with their Daisy, Brownie and Junior Girl Scout daughters in the cabins. Daisy troops can have more adults on site. We will be limiting the amount of parents on site for Brownie and Junior troops to up to three adults per troop (which includes the troop leader(s). 

Badges girls (D/B/J) will be earning 3 skill badges (2 included w/ registration): 

DAISY: Think Like an Engineer

DAISY: Girl Scout Way

DAISY Fun patches: Outdoor Art, knots, Polar Swim and Harvest Moon patch. 

BROWNIE: Think Like an Engineer

BROWNIE: Girl Scout Way

BROWNIE fun patches: Outdoor Art, knots, Polar Swim and Harvest Moon patch

JUNIOR: Think Like an Engineer

JUNIOR: Girl Scout Way

JUNIOR fun patches: Outdoor Art, knots, Polar Swim, and Harvest Moon patch. 


Leadership Fun patch 

Cadette's will be Program Aids (PA's) at Harvest Moon and will not participate as campers. They can attend archery before workshops begin and they will attend an after hours Leadership experience only for Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors. PA's can come for the day or spend the night. We have aduly chaperones on site for overnight PA's.

PA's will lead and assist workshops, lead the camp fire, teach songs and inspire younger campers. PA parents do not need to stay for the day or overnight unless they would like to register to volunteer. PA's arrive Friday night, November 1st. They will participate in leadership training to help them lead girls and worlshops on Saturday and Sunday. 

All levels will be attending the badge skill workshops plus swimming and (B/J) will be attending archery. Please bring s'mores stuff for the campfire on Saturday night. Also bring 10-15 swaps per participant for swapping on Saturday night. Workshops: Knots/lashing, outdoor art, archery, and Think Like an Engineer. 

Every attendee receives a Camp Harvest Moon event patch as well as 3 more fun patches and 2 skill badges. 

Cabins have heaters, locking doors and sleep 18-20. Camp Gilmore is located on the Salvation Army property with a secure gate requiring a code (you will receive the code prior to the event), plus the gate has a 24 hour camera posted at the entrance. There will be additional security: A private security guard will monitoring the gate overnight from 9pm to 6am. . 

Registration Fees:

Saturday night youth: $105

Saturday night adult: $105

Day only youth plus one adult (D/B/J): $75

Day only PA (C/S/A, 6th-12th grade): Free

Two nights PA (C/S/A, 6th-12th grade): $55


All meals included: 3 meals (one night),

plus program supplies and workshops, 2 skill badges (D/B/J), 2-3 fun patches, polar bear swim, swimming time, PA's and volunteers receive a free Harvest Moon shirt. 


Packing List for Cabin Campers:
Cabin accommodations include foam mattresses and heaters, access to full restrooms and
showers. If your troop does not fill-up a cabin fully, you will have other Girl Scouts in your cabin.
Cabins sleep 12-13 so this is GROUP SLEEPING, not private sleeping. You will get your cabin
assignment at check-in.
We love Dads who are “Man Enough To Be Girl Scouts”, all men will be in a separate cabin per
Girl Scout policy.
Each participant should follow these guidelines and bring these items with them to Camp: 
 Wear comfortable, layered clothing when you arrive – Plan to be outside. The canyon
can be warm in the day and get VERY cold at night.

 Comfortable closed toed shoes – Athletic shoes with socks are strongly recommended.
All Girl Scout activities are ALWAYS closed-toed shoes (except swimming)
 One comfortable, layered change of clothes (don’t forget a 2 nd pair of socks)
 Pajamas
 Sun hat or sun glasses for daytime plus sunscreen
 A warm jacket and beanie hat for evening, gloves optional
 APPROPRIATE swim suit for swimming and polar bear plunge, goggles, towel
 Toiletries: small towel, toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, chap stick, deodorant,
comb/brush, feminine supplies, sunscreen
 Please note that showers are available and plan for shower items if you want to shower
 Reusable water bottle. In the past, we have gone through HUNDREDS of cups at camp.
Please BRING to camp & USE a refillable water bottle.
 Flashlight with working batteries
 Sleeping bag (The sleeping bag needs to be a camping sleeping bag, NOT an indoor
sleeping bag for slumber parties)
 Pillow
 A fitted twin size sheet, totally optional, to make your mattress less slippery.
 Clothing for inclement weather – Please check the weather before you pack and plan
 Any medications you require. Adults need to control medications for their children
 Camera
 Phone w/ charging cord
 Cash for Camp Tee Shirts if you did not pre-pay for one and want one
 Desserts will be provided for campers in the Mess Hall. If you would like S’more or other
treats at the Camp Fire, please pack those for yourself. (You will not go hungry!)
 Gum, candy
 Grills or stoves (we do all the cooking for you)
 Alcoholic beverages
 Camp Gilmore is a SMOKE FREE camp, do not bring tobacco products
 Food that requires refrigeration - exceptions can be made for participants with food.