You’ll see below the many ways Girl Scouts can explore outdoors. Please note that during COVID-19, these programs are not available in their usual forms. Many have been cancelled or moved to online formats. Please check out the Activities page for the latest.
Outdoor adventures await at GSHCC!
Welcome to your one-stop shop for all things outdoors. GSHCC is dedicated to supporting year-round outdoor experiences; day, weekend and sleep-away programs are made available for girls, troops and families. Camp experiences are consistently cited as girls’ favorite memories from their Girl Scout years–we look forward to hosting you at an upcoming experience so you can see why!
Ready to get started? Login to MyGS and use the search to find outdoor activity and secure your spot today.
Not a Girl Scout? No problem– become a Girl Scout member, create your account and immediately get access to all Girl Scout programs.
Check out our Get Outside map— is an interactive resource made just for you. Click on the icons on the map below to check out local, fun things Girl Scouts can do outside.
Camping isn’t just for the summer anymore. Outdoor experiences provide challenges and enhance leadership skills while exploring nature that inspire girls’ curiosity, discovery and problem solving. We offer a variety of weekend events throughout the year for girls, troops, groups and families.
Come meet the GSHCC horses and experience something new. We offer weekend programs during the school year for girls and troops and horseback riding and horse-themed camps at our resident camp, Camp Menzies, during the summer.
Family camps are opportunities for Girl Scouts and their families to
have an outdoor camp experience together!
Interested in camping as a family? Or just you and your Girl Scout?
Girl Scout Ranger Program
The National Park Service and Girl Scouts of the United States of America have partnered to create the Girl Scout Ranger Program. Girl Scouts are invited to participate in a variety of existing, organized educational or service projects at national park sites, or design their own experience or project to align with Journey work badge activities, or a Take Action or Highest Award project. Girl Scouts are awarded certificates and/or patches for their participation.