These are some of the Frequently Asked Questions regarding camp. For
more details, check your camp reservation email so you are fully
prepared for your camping weekend.
What are the Texas state guidelines?
How many people total can attend a camping weekend?
Each camp has a limited capacity for using camp lodging. Each
camp allows four persons per tent available for tent camping.
Can a troop or service unit camp more than one weekend?
Yes, if space allows.
Can we camp at other places?
Camping at non-Girl Scout locations is allowed by following the
guidelines of the state where the camp is located, receiving approval
of a completed troop camping request, and following Girl Scout Safety
Do we have to camp for two nights?
Yes, reservations are for a Friday and Saturday night experience.
When is payment due to the council?
Payments are made to GSTOP through customer care at least five
(5) days prior to your camp out. Contact email@example.com by
calling us at 800-582-7272 during business hours: Monday-Thursday,
8:00 am - 5:30 pm and Friday, 8:00 am - 11:30 am.
Can we visit camp for a day during the week?
At this time, camp properties are not open for week day
activities or visits.
What about other camps owned by Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains?
Camp Kiwanis, Camp Rio Blanco, and Stevens Ranch are the only
GSTOP camps available for troop camping.
Are campfires allowed?
Campfires will be allowed based on Texas state guidelines and
are at the sole discretion of the Site Manager. Campfires, when
allowed, are in your unit area only. If a burn ban is in effect, then
no campfires will be allowed.
How is food handled for camp?
- Food may be cooked, plated, and served to the individual
groups by one person.
- Each group eats in their own
- We suggest individual packaged serving wherever
What Cleaning are Troops/Service Units responsible for during their
time at camp?
It is the responsibility of the troop at camp to bring cleaning
supplies that are required at camp.
- Cleaning supplies that you need to bring to camp:
- Gloves for cleaning and serving
- Hand sanitizer
- Disinfectant spray, like Lysol
- Bleach water in a
spray bottle (1/3 cup of bleach to one gallon of water).
- Restrooms are to be cleaned daily
to kill germs.
- Troops should be wiping down door handles,
chairs, light switches, etc. and follow guidelines taught in Outdoor
101 and Cabin Camping.
- Log in sheet needs to be completed
for all persons staying at camp. The troop/service unit leader is to
deliver the completed Log in sheet to the camp ranger upon arrival
If someone gets sick while at camp, does Girl Scouts insurance
Girl Scouts insurance is the secondary insurance with the
guardian's insurance as the primary insurance.