Located near Madison, IN, this 107-acre camp provides an exciting first camping experience for campers. There are hiking trails, fossils, trees, wildflowers, and birds galore. Archery/slingshots are available. Whippoorwill is excellent for Brownie and Junior troops. Nearby Madison and Clifty Falls State Park provide a strong historical theme and many points of interest.
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Descriptions of each facility can be found below. You can also download the Accommodations & Facilities Chart for easy reference!
Wren House is a medium sized, year-round cabin with a sleeping loft, modern bathroom and kitchen facilities. There is central heating and air conditioning. Wren House also has a lovely back porch which overlooks the forest and is suitable for relaxing.
Capacity: 22 sleeping, 35 seating
Pricing: $50 for overnight use, $25 for day use
The Goldfinch Unit has a main shelter house and platforms on which groups can pitch tents. The shelter house has large doors that can be opened for that outdoor feeling or closed during bad weather for better protection. It is not heated or air conditioned. It has running hot and cold water during the camping season.
Capacity: 22 sleeping; 35 seating
Pricing: $50 for overnight use, $25 for day use
Availability: April 15 – October 31
Groups may pitch their own tents in the field in front of Goldfinch unit. This area is served by the latrine at Goldfinch Unit.
Capacity: 30 persons
Pricing: $15 for overnight use
Availability: April 15-October 31
The following activities are available at camp and may require a separate reservation and/or fee. If you have questions about using program areas or need more information, please contact our Volunteer Care Team.
When preparing for any activity with girls, always begin with the Safety Activity Checkpoints (SACs) written specifically for that particular activity.
Safety Activity Checkpoints provides the standard safety guidelines for Girl Scouts of the USA and council approved activities. In addition to providing volunteers with safety guidelines to ensure the physical and emotional safety of girls, information is also included throughout SACs to ensure equity, diversity, and inclusive thinking when planning Girl Scout activities so all girls with a desire to participate are included.
Need extra equipment for your camping trip of small event? Fill out the Extra Equipment Request Form.
To ensure your request, this form should be submitted 1 week in advance.
Please note: If you are looking for equipment for larger events, such as a Camporee or Day Camp, please reach out to Volunteer Care to ensure you have what you need for your event!
The online Events Calendar is your source for the most up-to-date information about events you can attend as a troop, with a friend, or as a family.
Many council-sponsored events provide Girl Scouts with experiences in the outdoors and are designed to build their confidence and skills. Trained council staff and program partners guide girls, so they can then continue these activities on their own.
Check it often for updates! Find it at gskentuckiana.org/eventscalendar.
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This information is for planning purposes only. Prices may change without notice.
Troop Activity Guidance at Kentuckiana Camps: Day Use
Reservations can be made in one-hour blocks with a maximum of eight consecutive hours on the same day. Day use guidelines include:
Troop Activity Guidance at Kentuckiana Camps: Overnight
Troop leaders are required to have taken Camp In training to sleep in buildings and Camp Out training to sleep in screened seasonal cabins and any type of tent.
Household Activity Guidance at Kentuckiana Camps: Overnight
Households will use the tent and cabin units on each site or may bring their own tent as their home bases for their overnight. Camp Out Training or completion of the Camp Properties Best Practices booklet and agreement are required to bring your family for an overnight.
Each location has but is not limited to:
Limitations for camps:
Overnight stays for households will be considered under the following circumstances:
Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana is excited to introduce the Current Reservations Calendar. This calendar allows you to look out at least 12 months and view whether sites are available or have already been booked.
Filter by site and site type: Day Use, Overnight Use, and Outside groups. The calendar is in real time: simply refresh your browser to check availability. Select the property you want to view, then select "All Reservations and Block Outs" to get a complete visual of what is unavailable.
Please remember: you are able to reserve sites up to seven months in advance. Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana reserves program sites up to a year in advance.
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