Camp Double E
794 Road 200, Emporia, KS 66801
This 8.3-acre camp on the Neosho River, just northwest of Emporia, has two shelter houses, a gazebo, hiking trails and offers a variety of sporting options. To reserve this property, contact the Amend Girl Scout Center in Emporia at (620) 342-4532.
Camp Flying T
5101 W. River Road, Syracuse, KS 67878
Approximately 20 miles from the Colorado border, this property offers a large covered picnic area, fire ring, a shelter building with a kitchen area and a loft with 22 bunks. To reserve this property, contact the Garden City Girl Scout Regional Office at (620) 276-7061.
Camp Four Winds
9236 SE Quivera Rd., Leon, KS 67074
With a tree house built on stilts, a compass center, activity building, platform huts, areas for primitive camping, a 40-acre lake and hiking, this is sure to be an adventurous outdoor experience. To reserve this property, contact the Wichita Girl Scout Office at (316) 684-6531.
30303 Trail West Road, Sylvia, KS 67581
This property is semi-primitive, offering a lodge and two shelter pavilions, nature trails and a craft building to keep you busy. To reserve this property, contact the Wichita Girl Scout Office at (316) 684-6531.
Camp Loga Vista
513 S. Lake View Road, Wellington, KS 67103
Located on Wellington Lake in Sumner County, this site has a cozy cabin with a large, screened-in porch, covered deck, spacious living room with a fireplace and an outdoor pavilion. This is a great place for a day or overnight outing. To reserve this property, contact the Wichita Girl Scout Office at (316) 684-6531.
Starwoods Outdoor Center
7800 S. 103rd St. West, Clearwater, KS 67026
Starwoods is our premier outdoor property with 16 different areas for day or overnight use. Starwoods activities can include a campfire at Ceremony Island, nature and water-related activities, sports, camping, hiking, art projects, cookouts, astronomy, and much more. To reserve this property, contact the Wichita Girl Scout Office at (316) 684-6531.
Kansas State Park camping options – NEW!
Girl Scout members have access to basic/primitive campsites at 26 Kansas State Parks, thanks to the Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland Council’s partnership with the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism. Learn more about this partnership here. You MUST fill out the application form to request your campsite reservation.