October 19-22, 2023

Come join us at Camp Mitre Peak October 19-22 to build, paint, repair, and whatever else it may take to keep camp in great shape for our Girl Scouts! There’s a job for everyone, so no matter what your skills may be, you can make a contribution. While we work, we catch up with old friends and make new ones, laugh, sing, and enjoy being at our favorite camp. Troop Mitre has a reputation for feeding us well, so come enjoy the offerings of our awesome volunteer cooks. If you can’t stay the whole time, join us for as much as you can. 

Troop Mitre events are open to those who love Camp Mitre Peak who are 18 years of age or older. 



Review the information below and then click on the link above to register. 


There is a small fee to help cover costs. 

The registration fee covers meals and lodging. We want everyone who would like to come to be able to attend. If this fee schedule prevents your attendance, please contact us at to request financial assistance.

Early-bird Fee–Register by October 6:  $25 per participant

Late Fee— After October 6:  $40 per participant

The Work Weekend registration form also allows you to make a donation to the continued upkeep of Mitre through our Feed the Flame Fund.



The registration fee covers seven meals from Friday breakfast through Sunday breakfast. To help our volunteer cooks with planning, indicate on the registration form which meals you will attend and if you can bring a contribution for the dessert bar. Our cooks will accommodate any special dietary needs listed on your registration form.
Thursday dinner is on your own. Participants may want to eat in town or bring food for that meal. If you want to cook Thursday evening, you may use the kitchens in the LVP, Kiva, or Kickapoo Lodge. If you plan to store any food while at camp, please store it in one of those kitchens. Keep the food in rodent-proof containers, mark it with your name, and take leftovers with you when you leave.



Kickapoo cabins: fan, electric light and outlet, a few steps up into each cabin; shower and restroom facilities at “The Rock” nearby.
Apache/Seminole cabins:  ceiling fan, electric light and outlet, rugged trail and a climb to all the cabins except Seminole 3 which is at trail level; restroom and shower facilities at “The Oaks” nearby. The first 4 requests for Seminole 3 can be accommodated.
RV hookups: 30- and 50- Amp hookups available. First 8 requests can be accommodated.
Kiva:  The Kiva is the most accessible of our lodging facilities with a ramp and restroom and shower facilities within the building. The first 7 requests for the Kiva can be accommodated, so please reserve these places for those with mobility/health needs. 
In Town:  Some folks choose to stay in town. Just indicate on the registration form if this is your choice.


Health Protocols

Because of our desire to keep one another safe, we ask our event participants to take reasonable precautions to keep us from spreading infectious diseases.
  • Prior to the event, monitor your health and if you are exposed to an infectious illness or begin to exhibit symptoms of an illness, let us know you are unable to attend and do not attend the event.
  • If you are in doubt about your health status, please seek appropriate testing before leaving for camp.
  • Masks will not be required, but please respect the decisions of others to mask.
  • if you begin to feel ill during the event, request assistance from our designated health volunteer. 
  • If you become ill, we will assist you in arranging to leave the event.
  • If you have an infectious illness within two weeks after the event, let us know so that other participants can be informed.  

Questions or Assistance?

If you have questions or need assistance registering for Work Weekend, contact us at or call or text 512-633-3401.