GSOSW offers 13 properties for your different activities, from small
gatherings to large events. Our sites include indoor and outdoor
spaces for meetings, campouts, classes, special occasions, and
virtually any gathering for both Girl Scout members and non-members.
Visitors must comply with GSOSW policies for usage.
Service Projects at Girl Scout Properties
Trail clearing, firewood chopping and stacking, touch-up painting,
bat and bird house constructing … we appreciate the time, energy, and
resources of volunteers who have provided these and other services for
Girl Scout properties! Volunteers are a vital part of the team as we
maintain and improve our properties making them the best they can be
for all who visit—including the wildlife!
Looking to do a service project at a GSOSW property? We have a
variety of opportunities ranging from two-hour projects to
multiple-day endeavors. Many projects are well suited for teens and
also for younger members, but some may have age restrictions due to
the nature of the project. We will work with you to determine a
project most appropriate for your troop, your service unit, or for a
day trip to the property for you and your Juliette.
are just a few project ideas you might consider at a Girl Scout property:
- Debris gathering, stacking and burning
- Cleaning boats
and boat sheds
- Equipment maintenance for archery, low
ropes, or boats
- Identifying issues on trails, clearing
rocks and trip hazards
- Landscape beautification—weeding,
- Creating or refurbishing
- Checking inventory for supply needs, especially
- Chopping and stacking firewood
- Shoveling and spreading bark dust,
soil, or gravel
- Pool cleaning
- Building wildlife
habitats—bat houses, owl boxes
- Sign maintenance
Are you interested in one of these projects or an idea of your own?
Would you like to know if your project would qualify for property
rental credit? Reach out with ideas or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.