Camping is a great way for girls to explore leadership, build skills,
and develop a deep appreciation for nature. Whether for a day, a week,
or longer, Girl Scout camp gives girls an opportunity to grow,
explore, and have fun under the guidance of caring, trained adults.
Camping as a Troop, SU & Day Use
Any troop or service unit planning an overnight trip and/or to
participate in a high risk activity at any of these camping properties
must complete the Trip
& Activity Approval Application at least 6 weeks in advance
prior to participation.
All activities with an * next to them are considered a high
risk activity must follow GS Safety Activity Checkpoints which require
staff/volunteers with additional training and certification to operate
and lead the activity. If such properly certified individuals are not
provided by the camp property, girls may not participate in those
activities. GS Safety Activity Checkpoints are the minimum standards
necessary for any/all girl participation in an activity.
Example: the SAC for archery states the activity is for Brownie
aged Girl Scouts and above, even if a camp allows younger aged girls
to participate, only Brownies and up may do so.
We are working to add more property partners across our council
area! Please email email@example.com to
add or be added to this list.
Council property partners are a collection of various camp properties
in which Girl Scout troops and service units can contact to organize
and reserve for campouts or events. Each camping property listed has
some basic contact information for the property, a list of some
amenities available at the property as well as suggested uses. For
example, while some properties have the capacity for large service
unit events or day camps, others may only be conducive to individual
troop or small multi troop campouts.
In order to find out more information about reserving these camping
locations, leaders will need to visit the website, email and/or call
the properties directly. Several of the websites have pricing
information available while others do not and will require a call to
the property to find out more.
Please note that these properties have all been researched and/or
visited by council representatives and are approved as meeting the
standards we would expect for Girl Scouts as appropriate camping
locations and meet safety activity checkpoints.
If at any point you have concerns or any type of negative experience
at any of these locations or you have questions about another location
not on this list, contact firstname.lastname@example.org