Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland Council owns six outdoor program sites available for troop camping. Each site has at least one lodge, some of which are winterized with a furnace and indoor bathrooms. Each of the sites also has other accommodations, such as cabins with a nearby water source and latrine, platform tent units and/or four-person cabin units.
Troops also may go troop camping at sites owned by other Girl Scout councils or facilities at state parks and other youth camp sites. Private places such as a farm are also possible troop camping locations.
Council Owned Camp Sites & Facilities
The Camp Resource Guide offers lots of important information about camping at Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland Council sites. This guide includes camp descriptions and features, fees and reservation information, site rules, helpful tips and much more. An essential to planning any camping trip!
Read the It’s Your Summer-Camp It! article from the spring summer 2013 myGSOH, and discover how one troop got to spend the first night in the new yurt unit at Camp Molly Lauman.
In addition to our council-owned camp properties, Camp Cornish in Knox County is available for Girl Scout use 35 days per year. GSOH continues to schedule Girl Scout use of this camp, formerly owned by the council. To reserve time at Camp Cornish, please follow the site reservation request process outlined in the Camp Resource Guide.
Frequently Asked Questions
For answers to commonly asked questions about Troop Camping, including suggestions for preparing your troop for camping and how to register, please see the Troop Camping Frequently Asked Questions.
A Site Reservation Request is required to reserve camping facilities at Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland Council camps. Questions regarding availability of sites and reservation requests should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mail Site Reservation Requests to:
Attn: Site Reservations
Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland
1700 WaterMark Drive
Columbus, OH 43215