Girl Scouts of Western Washington
Re-opened for activities by volunteers Summer 2012
Appears camp was re-opened for activities in 2012 as well, though there was a cookie boycott going on in March.
Girl Scouts to close down Camp Evergreen activities
Girl Scout troop stands up for closed camp, boycotts cookie campaign
Cutting the camp where generations of girls sang camp songs and learned about nature really hit home with the girls. That's why, at a recent troop meeting, the Scouts decided to boycott this year's cookie sale — an event that has traditionally been both a point of pride and a major source of income for the troop.
Volunteers pitch in to restore Camp Evergreen
Just a few months ago, the Seattle-based Girl Scouts of Western Washington had planned to shutter Camp Evergreen’s buildings and turn off the electricity and water to cut costs. Only primitive camping would be allowed at the camp, which is the only such camp in the region and has hosted generations of Girl Scouts since 1947. But after local Girl Scouts protested, the GSWW agreed to keep the camp open if a variety of repairs and safety improvements were made.