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Get together as a troop this summer at camp!

Ehawee Jubilee: Our First Camp Weekend | Grades 2-5

May 31-June 2: Level 2 @ Camp Ehawee

A great intro to camping. Spend the weekend with your troop at beautiful Camp Ehawee exploring and learning everything you need to know to go camping on your own next time. Girls will hike and learn about Leave No Trace while munching on trail mix they created. There’s a scavenger hunt hike, trail map reading, learning to cook outdoors and lots of games, too; hello, creek hopping anyone?! Girls will also discover the right gear to pack for a hike or camping trip. All activities are facilitated by experts and troop leaders and volunteers will have the opportunity to earn their Troop Overnight Certification 2 over the weekend. There will be plenty of time to explore camp, roast s’mores and sing songs with sister Girl Scouts.

Brownies will earn their Cabin Camper, Outdoor Adventurer and Hiker badges. Juniors will earn their Eco Camper and Camper badges.

Camp Black Hawk DIY Troop Camp | Grades K-12

You Set the Date!
Available June 8-August 28*  | Level 2 @ Camp Black Hawk

Grab the troop and hit the road for Camp Black Hawk located near Antigo in Langlade County. Waunagon Lodge will be available for bunking. Or go rustic and pitch your tents anywhere you want on the site – it’s troop choice! Troops will guide their own camp experience with no on-site camp staff support. Pack your food and sleeping gear for a fun trip north and be sure to make time to explore the trout stream, hike the trails and listen to the loons floating along the two lakes. Maybe you’ll even be lucky enough to see the Northern Lights one night!

*Black-out dates: July 3-7 for Friends & Family Camp

Note: An adult who has completed Troop Overnight Certification 2 must accompany each troop. Adults are responsible for their troop and should consult Safety Activity Checkpoints in the Volunteer Toolkit when making plans. Everyone attending must be a registered Girl Scout member, including

Stronghold Retreat Center Troop Camp | Grades 1-4

June 10-12: Level 2 @ Stronghold Retreat Center (Oregon, Illinois)

It’s a troop getaway that’s all about myth and legend. Head back in time to explore Stronghold, a magical fortress guarding the banks of the Rock River. At Stronghold Retreat Center, the troop will love exploring the secret passageways of a Tudor-style castle. During the three day, two night experience, Girl Scouts will enjoy hiking through the pine forest and exploring the limestone bluffs overlooking scenic river views. Search for geocaches, swim in the outdoor pool, and gather around the campfire for s’mores and stories.

All meals and activities are included in the price and lodging is provided in air conditioned dorm-style rooms.

Brownies will work on their Cabin Camper, Eco Friend and Hiker badges. Juniors will work on their Playing the Past, Eco Camper, and Geocacher badges.

Eagle Bluff Troop Camp | Grades 1-4

July 15-17: Level 2 @ Eagle Bluff Environmental Center (Lanesboro, Minnesota)

Grab nets and water shoes and get ready for a wet and wiggly troop camping trip exploring the amphibians, insects and water life that live around the Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center. Go pond dipping for creatures living under the surface, learn how to croak life a frog, find out what’s the buzz about insects, and venture out for a hike along the Root River. At night, enjoy a campfire, songs and s’mores.

All meals and activities are included in the price and lodging is provided in air conditioned dorm rooms.

Brownies will work on their Wonders of Water Journey, Bugs Badge and Hiking badge. Juniors will work on their Animal Habitats badge.

White Pines Ranch Troop Camp | Grades 1-7

August 9-11: Level 3 @ Stronghold Retreat Center (Oregon, Illinois)

Calling all cowgirls. It’s a girl’s weekend away at the ranch. The curated weekend includes an old fashioned hayride, two horseback rides, swimming in the pool and a nature hike through a sandstone canyon with fossil hunting in the quarry. At night there’s country line dancing, Bingo, campfires and songs.

All meals and activities are included in the price and lodging is provided in their air conditioned dorm rooms.

Juniors will work on their Horseback Riding badge.