Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri Resident Camp

At Girl Scout Camp, girls follow their own convictions, take the lead in their own stories, and explore all the extraordinary things they are capable of. With programs in the outdoors ranging from equestrian and robotics and everything in between, girls have the space and support they need to grow and advance important competencies, including a sense of self.

When girls are allowed time to focus on themselves and foster organic relationships with peers and adult role models, it is easier for girls to move out of their comfort zone and develop leadership abilities they will lean on for the rest of their lives!

Our Resident Camps are overnight experiences ranging from a few days to a few weeks in length that offer girls traditional and specialty options like Daisy Duplo Day and Broadway Blast.

Check out our 2022 Camp Adventure Guide at girlscoutsem.org/campadventureguide for all the details and a complete listing of camp offerings!

Registration is available online at mygs.girlscouts.org. Girl Scouts offers activity scholarships for families who need assistance.

Not a Girl Scout? Not a problem! All girls are welcome at our summer camp programs. Start the fun today and become a member by visiting girlscoutsem.org/join.

Questions about our summer camps? Please contact the Girl Scout Answer Center at 314-400-4600 or email [email protected]

Camp Locations

Camp Cedarledge, Pevely, Mo.

Camp Tuckaho in Troy, Mo.

Camps sessions are available from June 12 - August 7. Camps vary by length.

Camp Details
314-400-4600
Extended Care: No
This is a sleep-away camp.
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