Girl Scout travel opportunities are a chance for girls to develop self-confidence and leadership skills by working together to plan the adventure of a lifetime.
To plan a safe and enjoyable troop trip, refer to the Troop Trip Guidelines
and Safety Activity Checkpoints
For a 1-2 night trip to a non-council owned site more than 100 miles away from troop’s community or a trip of 3 or more nights, complete and submit a Troop Trip Application
The Troop Trip Budget and Itinerary
can be used to help plan the troop trip. The medicine permission form
will be helpful while away on your adventure.
Whether traveling locally or globally, girls and adults can work together to start creating their dream adventure right now with these trip planning tools:
Girl Scout Destinations
Girl Scout Cadette-Ambassadors can travel to amazing places, try new things, and meet sister Girl Scouts from around the globe through Girl Scout destinations.
Girl Scout destinations generally happen during summer, range from a few days to two weeks, and focus on a variety of topics. Past Girl Scout destinations have included dog sledding in Minnesota, kayaking in Alaska, engineering in Missouri, astronautics in Alabama, and a service challenge in Costa Rica.
Financial assistance may be available. Priority is given to girls participating in Destinations for the first time. Girls must participate in the Fall Nut Sale and Cookie Program Activity to qualify.
next summer's Girl Scout Destinations, the Explore It! Your Guide to Girl Scout destinations, and an application.
The annual deadline to apply for a Girl Scout destination is November 1. Mail applications to: GSWISE, P.O. Box 14999, Milwaukee, WI 53214-0999.