GSNEO's camps provide diverse opportunities and outdoor experiences for girls instilling in them an appreciation and respect for the environment. Girl Scouts of North East Ohio offers four camping locations. Discover the uniqueness of GSNEO's camps and all they have to offer!
Troop/Group Camping is a year round camping experience of 24 or more consecutive hours, planned and carried out by a group of girls and their advisors/leaders at a council property or council-approved site. Troops and Service Units scheduling less than 3 months out are required to use the online registration system to reserve dates. Service Units will continue to mail in Service Unit Camping and Day Outing Request forms to reserve dates outside of the troop 3 month window. No walk-in or telephone reservations are accepted. The GSNEO Trip Application must be used for troop camping off GSNEO Property.
Click here to use our online registration system.
Camp Sugarbush, located in Kinsman in Trumbull County, is open for troop camping, swimming and hiking all summer.
The swimming pool has a new, lower rental rate of $50 per 4-hour block of time for our members.
Consider sharing a 4-hour block of time with other troops in your area.
Members using the pool must bring a certified Lifeguard and spotters must be provided in accordance with Safety Activity Check Points.
In order for a rental to be secured, a copy of current certification and payment must accompany the registration form two weeks prior to the rental date.
Email email@example.com or call 800-852-4474 for reservations.
Day and Twilight Camping is generally a summer program run for three to five days for not more than seven hours per day under the approval and direction of GSNEO or as a council sponsored program. This creative outdoor experience is generally theme based creating a common thread for the activities. Girls may sign up as individual campers or go with buddies and are put in units of peer group living. The council assists with training the staff and approving the facilities and site. A day/twilight camp may be at a council-owned or approved site.
Day and Twilight Camp 2013
Core Camping is a troop camping experience in which girls live at an established site in peer groups. Council provides the site, facilities and core staff to deliver pre-planned programs. Each troop is responsible for their own plans, adults and girls providing the trained adults required for an outdoor overnight activity. Troops may or may not choose to take advantage of the activities offered by the core staff. Core Camping opportunities are available through out the year.
Resident Camping is a camping experience in which campers live at an established site. Girls sign up as individual campers or go with a buddy. The girls and their counselors/leaders plan activities, taking advantage of the resources available at the campsite. All summer resident staff are specially trained. Resident Camp opportunities are listed in the Summer Camp Guide.
Scoutship Notice: If your daughter has received a scoutship to attend resident camp, you must log in as your daughter using your daughter's username and password for the Web site to apply the scoutship award to your daughter's registration. If you have more than one daughter that you wish to register for resident camp, you must log in under each daughter's username and password in order to apply the scoutship award to each daughter's summer camp registration. If you believe that your daughter qualifies for a scoutship and have not yet applied, prior to registering for resident camp:
Resident Camp 2013
To request a Day Pass for hiking at Camps Ledgewood, Timberlane and Sugarbush, please contact registration at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-852-4474. Passes are issued based on camp availability.