Grades reflect the grade she is completing this spring.
Available as a child/adult experience at Camp Ehawee and Camp Brandenburg. The camps are called Adventure Pods and registration is through Checkfront with members selecting their type of housing unit, an optional meal plan and add-ons including a themed camp activity kit.
Adventure Pod Housing and Costs
Camp Ehawee: Nakomis Lodge
Camp Brandenburg: Hilltop Lodge
$130 two nights • $195 three nights (for up to 3 guests for complete stay) • $50 per each additional pod guest
Camp Ehawee: Cabins, Yurts or Hammock Village (YES! We have
Camp Brandenburg: Cabins
$100 two nights • $150 three nights (for up to 3 guests for complete stay) • $50 per each additional pod guest
Camp Ehawee: TeePees or Platform Tents
Camp Brandenburg: Platform Tents or Shift Pods (giant tent-like yurts)
$70 two nights • $105 three nights (for up to 3 guests for complete stay) • $50 per each additional pod guest
Camp Ehawee & Camp Brandenburg: Bring-Own-Tent! Or whatever shelter you wish (but leave the rv at home!)
$50 two nights • $75 three nights (for up to 3 guests for complete stay) • $50 per each additional pod guest
How Many Campers Per Pod?
Adventure Pods Meals
Add on a full meal-plan option during check-out.
2-Night Camp Meal Plan: $50 per person
3-Night Camp Meal Plan: $80 per person
Most dietary needs will be accommodated and we’ll connect with campers before they come with a menu. Basic menus will include walking tacos, sandwiches and meat-free choices.
Cooking your own meals is an option. Campers can cook over campfires for hot meals and bring coolers for foods needing cold storage. No kitchen access is available.
Cabin Requests to Be Near Buddies
Yes! There is an opportunity to indicate lodging preferences when registering for Adventure Pods. While we will do our best to accommodate requests, we cannot guarantee they will be met.
Non Girl Scout Children at Camp
Hey it’s your Girl Scouts’ special time so we’ll leave the siblings at home. Camps are for Girl Scouts and their grown up to attend together. If your girl wants to bring along her best friend that’s great; we’ll just get her signed up for a GS membership when she’s registering for camp.
Adults at Camp
Grown-ups are not required to have a Girl Scout membership (but, hey, why wouldn’t you want to be a member?!). Girls may be accompanied by mom, dad, nana, grandpa, aunt, troop leader, or a special family friend. All adult attendees and parents of campers will complete forms in advance of camp. We do have special VIP sessions scheduled during the summer including dates for Dads, Nanas and Older Girl Scouts however you can attend any session that works best for your family.
Health Forms and CampDoc
Girls and adults attending Adventure Pod camps will need to complete some questions in CampDoc, but far less extensive than previous years. No physical exam is required.