Whether winter camping means watching frost form on the window from the inside of a cozy, heated hotel room or it packing-in supplies to camp in the snow, here’s what how to plan a cozy winter outdoor adventure.
Camping with older girls is a whole new experience. They’re more independent, and capable of handling much of the trip planning and set up. But they also have different needs, interests, and goals than they did when they camped as younger Girl Scouts. Check out these tips for a successful older girl camping trip.
You don’t have to be an expert camper or a pro backpacker to take your girls on a troop camping trip. From picking a campsite to preparing parents, here are 6 steps to help you and your girls tackle your first troop camping trip, regardless of experience..
Whether you’re camping for the first time (as a girl or as a troop leader), or leveling up your survival skills, it can be a little nerve-wracking to get started. Never fear: there’s a troop camping badge for every level of Girl Scouts with age appropriate resources and skill-building activities to turn your troop into happy campers.
Looking to level up your troop’s outdoor experience? In this Q&A, expert outdoorsman and author of Moon California Camping, Tom Stienstra shares his advice for camping with kids, helpful tips for first time campers, and suggests new campgrounds to explore in California.
Summer is just around the corner, so get ready for your next nature adventure or troop camping trip with these 12 tried-and-true outdoor cooking recipes.
Girl Scout Cookies provide girls with unforgettable experiences, making them a whole lot more than just a tasty treat. Opt for Cookie Reward Cards and your girls can fund their next outdoor adventure!