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Our Properties

Girl Scouts of Colorado has eight unique camp property spaces across the state available for troops, Girl Scout groups, families and outside user groups to rent. Take a hike in Rocky Mountain National park from Meadow Mountain Ranch, hang from a zip-line across the meadow at Sky High and visit the farm animals or shoot a bullseye on the archery course at Tomahawk Ranch! 

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Winter / Spring 2021 Property Use
Due to the spread of COVID - 19 in our community and current GSCO COVID- 19 guidelines we have had to adjust how our properties are available for Girl Scout groups and families to use. At this time, troops are not allowed to have an overnight experience together our properties are closed for troop overnight group rental. Below are the ways that Girl Scout groups can access our properties in Winter/ Spring 2021 (through April).

Spring Troop Days at Camp
This winter and spring, troops can visit select GSCO properties and participate in a half or full day of staff-led programs. Participate in programs building outdoor skills, teambuilding, working on badges and just having fun together as a troop outside at camp! Read all about the updated spring 2021 program options, pricing and dates here.  For more information on the registration process, COVID -19 safety guidelines and what to expect on program  review our Troop Day Programs FAQ’s here .

Family Reservations at Twisted Pine
As the temperatures drop in Colorado, cozy up inside one of our GSCO cabin properties with your family. Families can reserve Twisted Pine in Genesee. Reservations must be for the whole weekend and the fee is $300/weekend. Read more information and booking instructions here.

Meadow Mountain Ranch Nature Trail
The Meadow Mountain Ranch Nature Trail is now open for Girl Scout families! The Nature Tail at Meadow Mountain Ranch is a 1.25 mile one-way trail with 21 stops along the way. The trail winds through aspen grove forests and along the north lateral moraine up to the top of Vista Spur with its nearly circular panoramas of high mountain peaks. Trail-goers experience history, geology, biology, math and science while following along with activity guides with unique lessons or games specific to each stop on the trail. There are four activities guides and accompanying patches for each season: fall, winter, spring and summer. Due to COVID – 19 troop meeting guidelines, reservations are currently only open to families or no more than 2 households, but troops will be able to reserve as soon as guidelines allow. Read more information about the nature trail and how to reserve here.   

Property Reservations

While our properties are currently closed for use, they are available for reservations after May 31. Please note that this is subject to change, as GSCO re-evaluates the current local, state, and shifting health metrics and guidelines as we approach the above date. Due to this, GSCO reserves the right to cancel property reservations and will process a full refund, including deposit, should our leadership team decide to do so. You can reserve your space with a 20% deposit with the full payment being due 30 days prior to your check-in date. Use the links below to assist in the property reservation process: 

Questions?

Contact property.reservations@gscolorado.org