Day and overnight camps at three locations, plus travel camps for girls in grades 8-11. Not a member? Not a problem—Girl Scout camp is open to all girls!
Come experience the magic of camp—the joy of making new friends, bravely trying new adventures, and discovering the amazing wonders of nature.
Address: 4930 Cornell Rd
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Phone: (888) 350-5090
Email: [email protected]
Gender of Campers: Girls
Dates: Weekly, June 11-August 4
Ages: Girls currently in grades K-11
Q&A with the Girl Scouts of Western Ohio:
What makes the GSWO camps unique?
Girl Scout camp gives girls the opportunity to learn, try, fail, and succeed in a safe space. Girl Scout camp options cover a range of interests; choose one that excites you! If you’re new to overnight camp, you can select a two, three, or five-day camp.
Does Girl Scouts of Western Ohio provide lunch/snacks or do parents need to provide them?
Lunch provided at overnight camps; campers bring packed lunches for day camps.
How old are the counselors and how are they trained?
Camp staff must be 18+, pass a background check and first aid/CPR training, plus complete an orientation training.
All of our council-run camps are accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA) and meet or exceed ACA’s standards for safe, high-quality program.
Is this an overnight camp?
Both day camps and overnight camps offered.
What does the camper’s living situation look like?
Depending on the camp, girls may sleep in platform tents or cabins with restrooms nearby, or in lodges with indoor plumbing.
How do parents and campers communicate?
Mail and email are welcome at overnight camp! If emergencies arise, caregivers can reach staff by phone; campers do not have access to phones.
How does your camp handle homesickness?
Our camp staff has extensive experience with homesickness and they’ll be there for your camper 24/7. If you have a concern, voice it to our camp directors before camp, so the staff can provide the best experience for your camper.
What are the meals like at camp?
Most meals are served family-style in a dining hall. A typical menu: Eggs, bacon, fruit & yogurt for breakfast; chicken sandwiches, salad bar & fruit for lunch; pizza, vegetables & dessert for dinner.
Can parents visit the camp?
Each camp facility has an open house where families can visit and explore prior to camp.
Is transportation available to and from camp?
Families provide transportation for day camp; Girl Scouts has limited transportation for two overnight camps.