Troop camping is a great Girl Scout tradition. Use our Camp Availabilty Calendar to check which units are available at our beautiful GS-TOP camp properties.
Troop Camping Availability Calendar
Council Property and Outdoor Program Updates
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Camp Staff: We're hiring!
Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains is seeking hard working, passionate, accountable and positive individuals who would like to be a part of our summer staff team at one of our two resident camp programs. Here’s your chance to give young girls a fantastic summer experience while they grow in courage, confidence and character! Several staff positions are available for individuals that are 16 or 17 years old; most staff positions begin hiring at 18 years old. Girl Scout experience is not required. This is a wonderful opportunity for graduating High School seniors and college students – build your resume while you make a real difference in the life of a girl!
Camp Boothe Oaks
Camp Boothe Oaks (CBO) in Sweetwater, is a gem that is well-loved by Girl Scout locals. Luckily, the central location of CBO makes is a perfect destination for troops wanting to explore new council campsites.
Nestled in a secret canyon approximately five miles northwest of Amarillo in the Texas Panhandle you will find Girl Scout Camp Kiwanis. The 381 acre Camp Kiwanis (originally named Camp Amaryllis) was purchased by Amarillo Council in 1928.
Camp Rio Blanco
Just off the Caprock, east of Crosbyton, Texas, Camp Rio Blanco was established in 1959 and covers 118 acres. In the summer of 2009, Camp Rio Blanco celebrated its 50th anniversary! Enjoy breathtaking sunsets over the canyon and gorgeous wildflowers along the nature hikes as you explore camp Rio Blanco.
Stevens Ranch on the Brazos, near Glen Rose, is open to girls entering grades 2 - 12. Stevens Ranch was first acquired by Circle T Council in 1967, and records of the property date back to 1842. The historic farm house was built around 1936 and restored in 1974 and again in 1981. Two large oaks on the west side of the farm house were examined by a Glen Rose geologist and found to be 100 and 300 years old.
High Adventure Trips
Ever feel like venturing out and doing something extreme? Something like white water rafting, caving or backpacking? This summer, amp up your summer fun! Join us on one of our High Adventure Trips!
Day/Twilight Camp Program
Throughout June and July, Girl Scout volunteers host a variety of day or twilight camps with unique themes and activities. Girls may learn about sustaining the environment, campfire cooking skills, learning new games or sports, outdoor survival skills, tie-dye art or earning some of the newest badges. Day/Twilight camps for 2013 will focus S.T.E.M. (science, technology, engineering, math). Girls will get the chance to experience the outdoors with a scientific adventure.
Summer Extreme Program
Throughout the summer, GS-TOP partners with many businesses and organizations in the greater Fort Worth and Lubbock areas to offer program opportunities for individual girls. Summer Extreme is designed to provide continuous Girl Scout program for girls whose troops take a break during the summer or girls who want a beyond-the-troop experience. Summer Extreme provides a variety of activities in each grade level - like babysitting classes, ceramics, self-defense, dog training, hip-hop dance classes, aerospace engineering days, drawing lessons, yoga and more! Prices are determined by the businesses and organizations who provide the expertise, the staff and many times the location.