Seasonal Camp Units: Platform tents, cabins, and primitive
units are available for overnight rental, subject to seasonal
restrictions. (All units which depend on above-ground water sources
are closed for camping October 31 through April 15 each year). Older
girl troops who believe they are prepared for winter camping in
pitched tents and are willing to haul water to their site for
drinking, cooking, washing, and fire safety may contact Anne
Littlebird to receive special permission to use a site appropriate
for pitched tents.
Platform tents and screened cabins: Campers should sleep foot
to foot in platform tents and cabins with occupancy limited to the
number of beds or mattresses. At least two ends of the platform tent
must be rolled open to ensure proper ventilation. Campers should sleep
at opposite ends of the tent.
Pitched tents: Go by the manufacturer’s capacity. If below six
people, sleep only one per tent. If six people or above, sleep two
people per tent.
Lodges and Buildings: Overnight sleeping in camp buildings is
allowed and at full capacity. Campers should sleep foot to foot at
least six feet apart.
Proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test is recommended for
overnights. For testing information in Kentucky click here and Indiana click here. At home test kits can be purchased from
pharmacies such as Walgreens or online on Amazon. This is a
recommendation not a requirement.
To make a reservation:
- Click the "Overnight Use" tab.
- This brings
you to a drop-down menu that will allow you to select which unit you
would like to reserve.
Troop leaders are required to have taken Camp In training to sleep
in buildings and Camp Out training to sleep in screened seasonal
cabins and any type of tent.
Troops have the option to ask attendees to complete a Health Attestation Form.
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