- Day Pass is required
- Latrines are open, but buildings and indoor restrooms are not
- Pets are not permitted on GSNEO properties
- Follow social distancing recommendations around other visitors
- Campfires are permitted in designated areas; an Outdoor Essential certified volunteer is required to attend to the fire
- Wipe down surfaces before and after use, including benches
Day Pass Requests
Troops and families are welcome to visit our camps! While at camp you can schedule to participate in the many outdoor activities that are offered. You can find all listings for events on the Event Calendar. Simply reserve your activity and submit a Day Pass Request for all visitors in your group.
Families can experience camp too while attending with their Girl Scout! While we are accommodating day passes for non-members currently, we recommend purchasing the additional insurance for non-members while on Girl Scout property or becoming a registered member. If attendees are not a registered member or have not purchased additional insurance for non-members, we are not liable for any injuries while incurred on property.
Each Day Pass allows for a maximum of 10 participants to comply with our guidelines of maximum group sizes of 10. Volunteer to girl ratios must still be maintained, meaning that at least 2 adult volunteers must be included in the total of 10 participants (for most age levels, that would be 2 volunteers to 8 girls). Social distancing should be maintained throughout the visit. If other groups are at the camp property for hiking/activities the same day, we recommend limiting interaction to be only with those in your immediate group of 10 or less. Coinciding with orders from the State of Ohio, our guidelines restrict groups larger than 10 persons from gathering.
Click the button below for the camp you wish to explore and select the date you plan to visit. Enter the names of all who plan to attend.
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