Camping Central
Ready to get outdoors with your girls? Find camp information, directions, outdoor progression tips, and more!

Did you know that you can pitch your own tent at any of the GSSJC camps? If you are interested in bringing a primitive tent to use in addition to the facilities in your unit, please note that on your camp reservation form! Questions? Contact Customer Service for details!

Form F-1155 is a new waiver that is required for anyone, girl or adult, visiting Misty Meadows Ranch, whether overnight camping, participating in day activities, or touring the property. This waiver is also required for anyone visiting Camp Pryor, for any reason, while horses are present on the property. The form is available on the GSSJC website and must be completed and submitted for each visit to camp. Parents or guardians must sign the waivers for girls. Troop leaders are not allowed to sign the form for anyone other than themselves or their own daughters. If a girl shows up for any activity at these camps and does not have a signed waiver, she will not be allowed to stay on the property. This form is a requirement to ensure that the Girl Scouts of San Jacinto maintains compliance with a recently passed state of Texas law.

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Get Outdoors!

Since 1912, girls have explored and strengthened their outdoor skills and commitment to environmental stewardship through Girl Scouting. Guided by supportive adults and peers, Girl Scouts discover the wonders of nature, experience the thrill of adventure, and challenge themselves and one another to reach new heights.

These experiences hone their outdoor and leadership skills, inspire them to take action to protect the environment, and reinforce friendships to last a lifetime!

Whether you’re a camping pro or just starting out, you can help girls of all ages have a positive experience in the great outdoors and develop a passion for nature.  Use the Outdoor Progression chart to help ignite a lifelong love of the outdoors in your girls. This is at the core of Girl Scouting—and every Girl Scout deserves the opportunity to challenge herself as she explores her world.