Welcome to the picture gallery of Willow Springs Program Center!
This is the place where you as parents or campers can check out
some of our buildings and the land at Willow Springs.

Cocopah Art Drom: 4 tables - 6 feet by 3 feet and 3 tables 4 feet by 4 feet

 The "Blue Room" where girls participate in Dance for Summer Program.

Navajo Unit

Bathhouse: three restrooms and four showers in this Unit: Navajo

Program Ramada in the Apache Unit:
This is where the girls cook-out their meals and if we are not fire
restriction they can cook over the fire as well! 

Zuni Ceramics Studo has a porch and inside classroom where campers can do hand-building as well as throw on the wheel
if they are older girls!

If your daughter is a Daisy or Brownie she will most likely stay here, in Cocopah Dormitory.  The inside of the biulding has bunk beds and the bathrooms are inside!!!

Cocopah Fire Circle where girls learn how to cook outdoors and enoy their time outside!

The Big House "Fireplace Room"

Cocopah Dormitory sleeps a total of 60 people:
30 on one side of the dorm and 30 on the other.

The bunkbeds in Cocopah: one side of the room

The other side of the room

Welcome to Hidden Unit. If your daughter is a Cadette, Senior or Ambassador chances are that she will stay in one of these cabins during her one week, two week or three week session.  Hidden Unit sleeps 10 girls per cabin.

Apache Unit sleeps 40 people.  One cabin is designated for staff.

Cabins in Apache sleep 8 per cabin.
This unit is the closest to the Dining Hall and our resident mule deer are often seen
to the north of the unit.

Every girl that attends a camp session at Willow Springs will create a project in 
Zuni Ceramics Studio.  We have three kilns, clay and the creativity abounds!