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Best Girls Camp Trip Ever!

Fisher Towers 3 Day/ 3 Night Girl's Camp 3 days, 3 nights

Hello Young Women leaders! Due to the number of Girl's Camp participants we had in the past few years we have been inspired to add another itinerary that is specific to your groups. It will be similar to the Multi-day Scout Adventure we have been offering to the boys for a number of years. The cost will be $189 per person (plus the 4% Access Fee) and this specific format will only be offered on Monday launches and the trip will be done after breakfast on Thursday morning. Included in the cost are meals from lunch the first day until breakfast on the last morning.

What to Expect

DAY 1 (Monday): The meeting time is generally 11:00 a.m. at the campsite along Highway 128. This is where your group will be camping all 3 nights. After arriving at the campsite there are restrooms to use and it is a good idea to have a tent handy to set up to make changing clothes faster. Lunch is served while everyone is changing and setting up a few items for camp. A bus will be to the camp to take the group to the launch site about 15 minutes away. Today is a nice float with beautiful scenery, swimming, and water fights. You will arrive at camp sometime between 4 pm and 7pm depending on the water level. Dinner is served sometime between 5 pm and 8 pm. The guides will work with you to plan activities for the evenings.

DAY 2 (Tuesday): The night before the guides will let you know what time breakfast will be served. This can be as early as 6:15 am or as late as 8:30 am. It is up to each group to get their members up and moving to breakfast on time. It gets light around 6 am so it is hard to sleep in. Depending on the water level, you will be on the river sometime between 8:30 am and 10:00 am. Lunch will be served around noon at the river’s edge. This is a good day to have a small snack on the boats. The group and the rafts will be picked up taken back up to camp. You will arrive in camp at about 5:30 pm with dinner being served sometime between 6:30 pm and 7:30 pm.

DAY 3 (Wednesday): Today will only be an afternoon half day on the river with the morning spent either on a nearby self-guided hike to Fisher Towers or in camp doing an activity that you provide. The time that breakfast is served will depend on the activities the groups plan to do in the morning. Lunch will be back at camp at 12:00 pm with the group launching on the river when everyone is finished. The group and the rafts will be picked up taken back up to camp. You will arrive in camp at about 5:30 pm with dinner being served sometime between 6:30 pm and 7:30 pm.

Friday Morning: Breakfast is served and the group packs up and parts ways, leaving the campsite by 11 at the latest.

What to Bring

On a wilderness adventure, happiness is bringing less -- not more. The items on this list should meet your needs throughout your trip. Please pack everything in a soft bag, such as a duffel or laundry bag, with your name on it. Place things that may spill in individual plastic baggies, and wrap breakables in soft items (or better yet, leave them at home). Keep in mind that the things in your camp bag will NOT be with you while you’re on the river. Choose clothing that will keep you comfortable through a full day under the sun and can get wet. Most guests meet at our office ready for rafting, but a changing area and restrooms are available if you prefer to travel in regular clothing and change there.

Recommended Clothing:

  • Swimsuit(s)
  • Lightweight long pants
  • 1-2 Quick drying shorts
  • T-shirts
  • Light weight Long sleeve or rash guard (on the river sun protection)
  • Sunglasses (a strap is handy but not completely necessary)
  • Sun hat (and string to keep it from blowing off)
  • River sandals or two pairs tennis shoes (one to get wet, one for camp)
  • Bandana
  • Socks and underwear
  • Rain Poncho
  • Sweatshirt or light jacket if early summer trip

Recommended Personal Items:

  • Plenty of sunscreen (SPF 15-50 lotion is the best, please DO NOT bring spray sunscreen)
  • Lip balm (spf 15-30)
  • Body lotion/After Sun care
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Disposable moist towelettes
  • Tissue or roll of toilet paper (toilet paper is provided in the campground toilets)
  • Medication if needed
  • Extra pair prescription glasses or contact lenses
  • Camera with extra batteries and storage media
  • Money for T-shirts, maps, and gratuities at the end of the trip
  • Medium Ziploc bags – 5 or 6 for handy storage
  • Feminine Hygiene products
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Biodegradable Soap
  • Small Towell
  • Hair Ties
  • Comb/brush
  • Deodorant

Necessary Camping Equipment

  • Sleeping Bag
  • Tent
  • Flashlight
  • Small Pillow
  • Tarp or Ground Cloth
  • Pad or cot (the ground is very hard)
  • Flat sheet for sleeping when the weather is warm
  • Flashlight
  • Camp chair (if there is space in the trailers)
  • Insect Repellant

What we Provide
  • Coast Guard Approved Type V lifejacket (please don't bring your own)
  • Souvenir water bottle to use on the river and take home with you
  • All rafting and safety equipment including the use of inflatable kayaks for the group
  • All meals starting with lunch the first day and ending with lunch the last day
  • Water on the boats and cold water and lemonade in camp
  • The best guides with the highest standards in the industry, certified in CPR, Wilderness First Aid, and Youth Protection.
  • Memories to last a lifetime!


Trip Departs on Mondays on selected dates throughout the summer


+ 4% Access Fee
+ 4% Access Fee

If you would like to save a little on the cost of the trip the 4% Access Fee will be waived if you pay your balance due 45 days before your launch date by check. The Access Fee is not waived if balance due payments are made by credit card.

"Our trip was awesome! Loved the guides, they did an excellent job and made sure our girls had a wonderful time. This will be a tough girls camp to equal in the future!"

-Karen from Orem, Utah