Like our founder, Juliette Gordon Low, we encourage our members to experience the outdoors and discover the world around us. Girl Scouts of Colorado is lucky to own property in some of the most beautiful areas of our state. These are your camps and lodges, so come out and enjoy them!
One of the benefits of being a member of Girl Scouts of Colorado is that our properties are available for day and overnight use by your troop, family and other Girl Scout-related groups.
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For additional details and photos, a property facts packet and much more, check out the Properties page online, www.girlscoutsofcolorado.org/en/camps/our-properties.
Hamp Hut is in the middle of the Garden of the Gods and offers a spectacular backdrop for exploring this national gem northwest of Colorado Springs. The lodge can sleep 30 with mattresses on the floor and can accommodate 30 for day use. You can’t beat this location for hiking, photography, and learning about the geology and natural surroundings of this registered National Natural Landmark.
Lazy Acres is located in the San Isabel National Forest near Rye and is open from May 15 through September 15. Up to 40 can sleep on mattresses on the floor of the lodge. Another option is the cabins that sleep 4 to 6 in each building.
Meadow Mountain Ranch is located near Rocky Mountain National Park and offers a wealth of hiking and camping activities. The lodge is available for overnight use for 40 or day use for 110. Tabins (a cross between a tent and cabin) are available for lodging. In addition to the chance to explore Rocky Mountain National Park, Meadow Mountain Ranch is a great place to spend time practicing your camp craft skills, outdoor cooking, or studying nature.
Pawnee Lodge is located in the west end of Sterling in Pioneer Park and was remodeled in 2012. It’s open year-round and can accommodate up to 20 people for day and overnight use. Pawnee Lodge features a loft for craft activities and a fully-equipped kitchen. The grounds offer a level playing field. A visit to the historic museum in Sterling rounds out a fun time.
Sky High Ranch is in a beautiful, rustic setting one hour northwest of Colorado Springs. This popular camp features a wide variety of camping options ranging from A-frames to tabins – a cross between a tent and a cabin. Troops may also rent the lodge, the Homestead House, and Troop House!
Tomahawk Ranch is 45 minutes southwest of Denver near Bailey. This camp offers four cabins, three seasonal units, as well as more rustic accommodations. Year-round food service is provided for those staying in seasonal shelters and platform tent units, and is required for those staying in the cabins. Tomahawk Ranch is a great place for hiking, conservation projects, cooking out and winter activities.
Twisted Pine is a perfect troop camp spot for those who want to be close to Denver, yet feel like they’re on a true mountain getaway! Up to 26 people can comfortably sleep on the floor on mattresses in three bedrooms at Twisted Pine. Do some hiking in Genesee Park, check out the buffalo and elk herd in the park and spend time on camp crafts and games while you’re there.
We have an online reservation system! Just click here to choose the property you are interested in, and make a reservation. GSCO properties can be reserved up to 1 year in advance.