Santiago Girls Camp is an awesome, grace-filled place to meet up with old friends and make new ones that will last beyond camp! Your daughter will be in a safe environment with like-minded Christians who will encourage her to let down her guard, be herself, reach out to others with love and mercy, and BLOSSOM into a beautiful daughter of God. One of our goals is to facilitate lasting friendships so that the girls will continue to support and encourage each other to BE love and mercy when they return to their environments!
GROW IN FAITH
Pope Francis said, “Do not be afraid to aim for holiness and turn yourselves over to the love of God.” There is no better place than the outdoors to BLOSSOM into a merciful and loving daughter of God through personal and communal prayer. Each girl will experience engaging talks and worship music that will help them grow in their relationship with Christ, discover what we refer to as their “girl genius”, and motivate them to be merciful and loving towards others. Daily opportunities to partake in the Sacraments will fill them with the grace to carry out their apostolic mission of love and mercy!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is your chaperone policy at camp?
Girls will be accompanied by at least one adult facilitator and at least one volunteer per group of 10 girls at all times. All our facilitators and volunteers are fingerprinted and have taken the safe environment training in accordance with the Diocese of Orange.
Where will my daughter be staying throughout the week of camp?
Girls will be staying in our Camping Cabins and Dorms which are equipped with bunk beds. We ask that each camper brings a sheet, sleeping bag, and a pillow as we do not provide bedding. *Sisters may be able to sleep in the same cabin upon request. To learn more about our camp facilities please see our Amenities page!
Are meals included in the cost of camp?
Yes. All meals are provided from lunch on Monday June 26th to lunch on Saturday July 1st. If your daughter has any allergies, please let us know in advance so that we can accommodate her needs.
Will I receive additional forms such as a packing list after registering?
Yes. Upon registration, we will send you our packing list, medical history form, medical release form, and release of liability form.
I have a question that I don’t see here, where can I get more information?
Please contact our Camp Office at 714-649-9800 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: $349 per camper 2nd child: $319 each additional child: $299
Initial Deposit: $100 (Due at Registration)
Remaining Balance: Due April 30th
First, we would like to encourage you to simply move to another session so you and/or your child(ren) can have the experience of summer camp. However, we understand that things come up and you may need to cancel all together. To do so, please call or email us with this information.
- $100 Deposit is not refundable or transferable at any time unless it is a medical reason (must have written explanation from Doctor).
- If you cancel with more than 30 days till the session start date, then you will receive all money paid EXCEPT $100 refund
- 15-30 days until the session start date, 50% refund
- 2 weeks prior to start of camp session = NO REFUND
WANT TO BE A CAMP VOLUNTEER?
We are accepting inquires for both Floaters (ages 14-16), and Camp Counselors (ages 17-30) for Santiago Girls Camp.
FLOATERS (ages 14-16) pay the camper fee and take advantage of our servant leadership learning experience.
CAMP COUNSELORS (ages 17+) must fill out an application and upon acceptance will be required to:
- Be Ministry Safe Certified through Santiago Retreat Center.
- Those 18+ will also be required to undergo a background check and fingerprinting.
- Are asked to make a suggested donation of $250 to help cover their camp expenses for the week.
Camp Counselors and Floaters will be accepted based on their intention to lead others into a closer relationship with Christ. All those in leadership positions will be expected to follow the established dress, radiate the importance of growing in virtue and strive to do so throughout camp. Applicants will be notified as to whether or not they are accepted into the program.