Troop Camping

Troop Camping

Troop Camping is Back!

We are excited to open Camp Kiwanis, Camp Rio Blanco, and Stevens Ranch for weekend camping!  Troops and service units may reserve and enjoy a two-night (Friday and Saturday) camping experience this spring!

Reservation Details

We are now taking requests for weekend reservations.

Placements may take up to one week.

Things to do before requesting a weekend:

  • Verify all troop girls and volunteers have a current Girl Scout membership. Only currently registered girls and volunteers will have access to camp properties. No tagalongs are allowed at this time.
  • All troop camping is currently at 50% capacity.
  • Talk with your troop about what dates and which camp you wish to reserve.
    • You may request multiple weekends but will be approved for only one.
    • When you choose a camp, you also may select your preference for location within the camp.
  • Review the information below under Things to Know Before You Go.

Dates Available for Reservations at Camp Kiwanis

March 12-14 April 9-11 May 7-9
March 19-21 April 23-25 May 14-16

Dates Available for Reservations at Stevens Ranch

March 12-14 April 9-11 May 7-9
March 19-21 April 23-25

Dates Available for Reservations at Camp Rio Blanco

March 12-14 April 16-18 May 7-9
March 26-28 April 30-May 2 May 14-16

Starting March 2

  • Watch for your confirmation email with additional information regarding your camping weekend. Confirmation emails from the draw may take up to one week to receive.
  • Complete the COVID compliance paperwork for your troop or service unit.
  • Start planning a fun-filled weekend for your girls!

Cost for Weekend Reservation

(2 Nights, Friday & Saturday)

  • Camp Kiwanis: $50/weekend per group
  • Camp Rio Blanco: $90/weekend per group
  • Stevens Ranch: $95/weekend per group

 How to Request a Camping Weekend

Complete the online form for requesting camping opportunities.

  • Camp selections are preferences only and will be assigned by Girl Scout staff to allow for the maximum number of girls to enjoy camp each weekend.
  • Remember that you may request multiple dates but will be approved for only one per troop or service unit.
  • The reservation request must include your trained camping adult and First Aider.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Only currently registered girls and volunteers will have access to camp properties.
  • Each camp has a 50% capacity limit for camp lodging. Each camp also has two sets of 10 spots (two persons per tent) available for tent camping.
  • You must follow the Texas state guidelines under “Overnight Youth Camp Operators,” “Overnight Youth Camp Families,” and “Youth Clubs.”
    • When maintaining 6 feet of separation is not feasible, use other methods to slow the spread of COVID-19, such as washing or sanitizing hands frequently and avoiding sharing utensils or other common objects.
    • Make hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes, soap, and water (or similar disinfectants) readily available.
    • All individuals age 10 and older must wear a face covering (over the nose and mouth) wherever it is not feasible to maintain 6 feet of social distance from another individual not in the same household or, for those engaging in physical activities outdoors, wherever the individual is not able to maintain a safe physical distance from others not in the same household.
    • Once arriving at camp, do not have contact with the outside community until the camp session ends, including leaving the camp for school or family functions.
  • Troops and service units must provide their own food. Food may be cooked, plated, and served to the individual groups by one person.
  • Carpooling: It is imperative to take all safety precautions when girls are travelling in motor vehicles. Coronavirus transmission risk is high when people are less than 6 feet apart. The risk increases when people are in a closed area or indoors for longer than 15 minutes. When transporting girls, always space out the girls to avoid crowding, have girls wear a mask, and keep the windows partially open to provide ventilation. Make sure parents are aware ahead of time if girls will be in a car together. Always—for every in-person event, meeting, or transportation arrangement—conduct the prescreening process. Individual parent drop-offs and pick-ups are also an option.
  • Camping at non-Girl Scout locations is allowed by following state guidelines, receiving approval of a completed troop camping request, and following Girl Scout Safety Activity Checkpoints.
  • If we must close Camp Kiwanis, Camp Rio Blanco, or Stevens Ranch before your arrival, we will automatically cancel your reservation and issue a full refund.

We know this is a lot of information, so please read our FAQ. You may ask us about camp reservations, guidelines, and usage at

We look forward to welcoming girls and volunteers back to camp!