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Girl Scout Members & Families

Girl Scout members and their families can rent our camps for outdoor adventures including Service Unit Weekend Camps, Troop Weekend Camps, and family camping.

Organizations and Private Group

With our beautiful properties and flexible range of offerings, your group’s stay will be a wonderful experience. From business retreats to weddings, our camps provide the perfect backdrop. If you have any questions about the property or activities available, we are happy to help!

How to Rent Our Camps

  1. Browse through our unique camp locations: Camp Inawendiwin, Camp Kettle Run, Camp Oak Spring or Camp Sacajawea.
  2. Determine the best on-site facilities and resources for your group.
  3. Check the availability calendar for the Camp you prefer, and follow our online reservation system. 
  4. Questions? Please email

Camp is open for weekend camping from 5:00 PM Friday to 11 AM Sunday. All groups applying to use any of the GSCSNJ camps must meet use requirements and have a certified First Aider. Outdoor Training and First Aid/CPR certification is required for adults taking girls camping. 

Please note, the calendar lists all weekends with a Friday start date. (Even if you only plan to camp Saturday to Sunday, you still check availability by the Friday date.) 

Requests can be made to participate in certain activities; however, the schedule depends on instructor availability. We follow GSUSA Activity Guidelines for participation. We will make every effort to accommodate everyone coming to our camps. Your understanding and flexibility are greatly appreciated.  

Completing the reservation

Multiple Sites

  • After you receive the confirmation email, 50% of the total balance due must be paid within 15 business days.
  • The remaining balance is due 6 weeks prior to your scheduled camping weekend.

Single Sites

  • After you receive the confirmation email, the total site fee must be paid in full within 15 business days.
  • Non-payment will result in cancellation of reservation.

All Renters

  • GSCSNJ must receive copies of all required certification cards, the signed rental agreement and payment as outlined in the confirmation email.  
  • In the event that your reservation is booked less than two months prior to your camping date, full payment, copies of all required certification cards, and the signed rental agreement are due immediately.
Cancellations & Refunds

Cancellation Policy

  • A change of reservation date is considered a cancellation. This will result in the loss of $50 if the change is made more than 1 month before the reservation or no refund if change is made less than 1 month before the reservation date.
  • Cancellation made 90 days or more from the reservation date-50% of payment or deposit returned. 
  • Cancellation made between 60 & 89 days from the reservation date-25% of payment or deposit returned.
  • Cancellation made between 30 and 59 days of the reservation date- 10% of payment or deposit returned.
  • Cancellations made less than 30 days of reservation date- No refund.
Camp FAQ

Camp FAQ

Do all the parents have to come to camp with their daughter?

No, but there must be enough adult supervision to follow the Safety Activity Checkpoints Supervision Guidelines.

When booking an activity, can we provide our own instructor?

Yes! The instructor must be certified by GSCSNJ and must e-mail a copy of their certification to Customer Care at

Do you have to be a Girl Scout to go to Girl Scout camp?

No - any girl can come to camp.

Where can I get ideas for things to do out at camp?

Check out our Camp Resources page for activity ideas and recipes for outdoor cooking.

What activities are offered at camp?

Review each camp's homepage for details.

How do I sign up for an activity at camp?

For weekend camping with your group, add any activities you are interested in when you register on DoubleKnot.

For Council-Sponsored events sign up through the Events Calendar

Who do I contact if I need to make changes to my reservation?

Customer Care at

Who in the group needs to be outdoor certified?

One adult coming with your group, this does not have to be the troop leader but cannot also be acting as the first aider.

Camp Safety Tips

GSCSNJ wants everyone to have a safe, fun time at our camp properties. The Girl Scout motto is "Be Prepared." We ask that you go over the information below with your girls before heading out to camp.

  • Always have a buddy. Never walk anywhere alone when you're in camp. 
  • Always let an adult know where you and your buddy are going. You should agree on a time to return to your group.
  • Wear the appropriate socks and shoes. This is important to protect your feet and avoid accidents. You don't want to get blisters, cuts or scrapes on your feet - that will really cut down on your activities (No flip-flops!).
  • Dress for the weather. Check the weather forecast. Wearing layers is the easiest way to control how comfortable you feel when you're outdoors. 
  • Remember, even if it doesn't rain, the grass can be wet in the morning and evening. You might want to bring an extra pair of shoes. You'll definitely want extra socks to keep your feet dry and warm. 
  • Agree on a meeting place in camp if there is an emergency. 
  • Read GSUSA's "Activity Checkpoints" to ensure everyone's safety. Leaders, parents and girls should be familiar with these guidelines.
  • Outdoor Training and First Aid/CPR certification is required for adults taking girls camping.