Troop camping is when troops reserve a site at one of our GSNEO camps and stay one night or more. Each camp has something special to offer. Check out the Faces and Places guide to see what programs are offered at camp. While at camp, many troops enjoy Council sponcered programs when available, work on badges, a Journey, go hiking, and just enjoy being at camp!
The Council has camp properties which provide many opportunities for resident, day and troop camping as well as host many Council programs. A summer camp brochure, The Summer Camp Guide, is distributed in the spring with information on summer programs, dates, locations and age requirements.
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Camp Ledgewood covers 350 acres of rolling woodland in the boundaries of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. It has nine heated cabins, three tent units, and four Adirondack units. Primitive campsites are available at Camp Ledgewood, as well as shelters and buildings for day outings. A two-acre lake and a swimming pool add to the beauty of the site. Camp Ledgewood was established in 1931 and has provided thousands of girls the opportunity to grow in a thriving outdoor environment.
Camp Sugarbush is located in Kinsman, Ohio and covers almost 200 acres of charming scenery. Camp facilities include a dining hall, an infirmary, flush toilets, hot showers, swimming pool, small lake, archery range, game fields and an observatory. Housing units include covered wagons, permatents and pavilitents which all include cots and mattresses. Each unit has its own pavilion, latrine and running water.
Camp Timberlane is located on 324 scenic acres in beautiful Firelands Reserve in Wakeman, Ohio. The property includes miles of hiking trails, creeks and ravines, and is home to a variety of plants and wildlife. The camp grounds include an in-ground pool with shower house, meandering 6-acre lake, year-round archery program facilities, boating, challenge course and observatory. Camping units are distinctive and unique, featuring two cabin style units, two tree house units and a platform tent unit. Timberlane also offers several activities/places to see that do not require reservations including; Windy Hill Amphitheater, Butterfly Garden, Sports Shed with equipment, Fishing in Lake Timberlane, Ed Lampe Reflection Center, Gnome Villiage, Timberlane Hiking Trail System and in the winter months Sledding Hill and the Natural Ice Skating Rink.
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