Registration is now closed.
No late registrations for campers will be accepted.
Note: Registration is NOT processed on a first come, first served basis. Registration completed within the window of February 1 to February 28 is considered on time and will be processed according to our Admission Policy. We do not accept late registrations for campers.
Information for Staff
If you volunteered as staff, you will be contacted by phone or email in the coming weeks to discuss your position.
If you are an adult or junior staff who still needs to register, please do so here
Staff GS Registration and Screening: All adult staff must be registered volunteers, with a background screening, and the volunteer role “Camp Crew - Diamond Crest Day Camp” with GS NorCal.
Day Camp is open to:
Learn more about the Admissions Policy for campers & volunteers of all ages here.
Do you have a question about pricing, registration, volunteer opportunities, busing, health and safety, or what to bring?
Read more here.
Your Girl Scout could win 7 free days at Diamond Crest Day Camp!
Submit your original art for a chance it will be turned into this year's official camp patch!
Contest Deadline: March 30th
Diamond Crest Girl Scout Day Camp is an all-volunteer run day camp and is held at a San Mateo County park. Our camp has been in operation for many years and is rich in traditions and has welcomed girls for several generations. We offer one session each year. All applicants are welcome and are admitted by the criteria listed in our Admissions Policy. Our campers travel to camp each day by buses leaving from local schools, churches and community buildings in the Belmont, Redwood Shores and San Carlos areas. We offer an overnight experience of 1-2 nights for campers entering grades 4-10.
Campers entering grades 1-7 are grouped in units with girls of their own age/grade and are supervised by trained staff members and program aides. Campers participate in a wide variety of activities including earning badges, hiking, outdoor cooking, learning outdoor skills, crafts, games, singing and more. 7th grade campers participate in the “Aides-in-Training” (AIT) program and may assist unit leaders as Aides when entering grades 8-10.
Diamond Crest Day Camp Committee