There are lots of ways to camp, explore and adventure with your troop this summer!
Spend the night with us, or come by for just a day. Either way you'll connect with your troop and build memories that will last a lifetime!
How do I register for Troop Camp?
Troop Camps use a different registration system than overnight and day camps. By registering through the gsEvents calendar, troop leaders are able to register their full troop at the time of registration. This system requires that payment for all campers be made in full. We cannot accept deposits to hold spaces. If campers in your troop would like to apply for financial assistance, please ask families to apply for the Outdoor Program Grant. Once they receive their grant code, they can give the troop leader the code to enter during registration.
When you register, please complete the form in full, including all dietary restrictions for everyone in your group and the names and program levels of every child in your troop. This helps our camp staff plan programming that is appropriate for your group and meals that meet your needs.
All Girl Scouts must attend with a caregiver or a troop leader. Adult volunteers are responsible for troop supervision. Each troop must have one adult who has completed Outdoor Skills training and one who is CPR/First Aid certified (does not need to be the same adult). Safety ratio adults as outlined on page 6 in Safety Activity Checkpoints attend troop camp for free. Additional adults beyond the required safety ratio will pay the full camper fee.
One month prior to camp, troop leaders will receive a welcome letter with a packing list and additional reminders of what to expect at camp. Troop leaders will be responsible for sharing this information with troop families prior to camp.
Can I add more troop members to our registration later?
We recommend troops register the campers they know are able to attend. If troop leaders find out later that additional members of their troop would like to attend, those campers can be added later provided that there are spaces still available in the session.
A “Troop Camp” or “Core Camp” is a three-day, two-night program that includes meals, lodging, and fun camp programs all provided by camp staff or volunteers while troop leaders are responsible for direct supervision of their troop.
A “Troop Day” is a day-long event that includes meals and fun camp programs all provided by camp staff while troop leaders are responsible for direct supervision of their troop.
Registration & Program Offerings
All outdoor program staff-led Troop Camps and Troop Days offered by Girl Scouts of Colorado will register through the GSCO events calendar. Program descriptions and a link to register can be found on the session listings page. Troops can register and pay all together.
Summer 2024 program offerings include:
Daisy Troop Day – June 3
Brownie Troop Day – June 4
Junior Troop Day – August 6
Junior Horseback Day – August 6
Cadette Troop Day – August 7
Cadette Horseback Day – August 7
Llama Lo Troop Day – August 8
Sky High Ranch
Troop Camp 1: Discovering Neverland – July 17-19
Troop Camp 2: Adventure Awaits – July 21-23
Troop Camp 2: Adventure Awaits Mini – July 21-23
Troop Camp 3: Troop Camper Sampler – July 29-31
Meadow Mountain Ranch
Olympics Troop Camp (Weekend option) - June 7-9
Olympics Troop Camp (Day option) - June 8
Experience the Elements (Weekend option) - August 23-25
Experience the Elements (Day option) - August 24
Zombie Survival (Weekend option) - September 20-22
Zombie Survival (Day option) - September 21
Triathlon Troop Camp (Weekend option) – May 31 – June 2
Triathlon Troop Camp (Day option) – June 1
University of Denver Kennedy Mountain Campus (formerly Magic Sky)
Reach New Heights – July 26-28
Meadow Mountain Ranch Core Camps: These camps are run by volunteers and use their own registration system, find more information on the MMR Core Camp website.