Great adventures and fabulous leadership experiences await girls at overnight camp. The camp experience is about success, teamwork and choices. The programs vary with each group of girls based on the program emphasis and ideas from the girls themselves.
Girl Scouts of Colorado offers individual girl Overnight Camping sessions at Magic Sky Ranch, Meadow Mountain Ranch and Tomahawk Ranch. These are traditional Girl Scout overnight sessions where a girl can register by herself or with a buddy. Sessions range from 3 days to 12 days. Campers are placed in units of 12 to 24 girls according to age, program activity and number of girls in attendance. Amenties and programming vary by location.
Located one hour northwest of Fort Collins, Magic Sky Ranch offers an awesome, outdoor setting with modern amenities and conveniences. Living accomodations for campers include lodges with indoor plumbing and seasonal shelters with detached restrooms/showers. All girls sleep on bunk beds with mattresses and have access to running water and showers.
Activities may include: archery, team building, high ropes (grades 4 and up), climb wall, arts and crafts, astronomy, sports, nature and science and more.
MSR Camp Director
Becky "Chipmunk" Saad
970-224-2028 ext. 4523
Meadow Mountain Ranch backs up to the majestic Rocky Mountain National Park. The rustic setting offers tabins, latrines (also known as BIFFYs) and shelter areas. Girls sleep on cots with mattresses and have access to running water and showers. Counselors are housed in separate sleeping quarters.
Activities may include: horseback riding, backpacking, archery, naturlist progras, wildlilfe photography, rock climbing, rodeo, music and more.
MMR Camp Director
David "Fish" Fischer
More information on Meadow Mountain Ranch property
Tucked between the aspens and evergreens, Tomahawk Ranch is near Bailey, one hour southwest of Denver. Girls will sleep in platform canvas tents, seasonal shelters or lodges. All girls sleep on cots or bunkbeds with mattresses and have access to running water and showers.
Activities may include: horseback riding, archery, barnyard, arts and crafts, dance parties, dramatics, photography, hiking and nature walks, backpacking, sports and more.
TR Camp Director
Monica "Obi Joe" Gray