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Silverbrook Program Center Facilities and Fees

Silverbrook Program Center is less than five miles west of Hwy. 45 in West Bend, WI. The 265 -acre program center surrounds pristine Lucas Lake, a crystal clear 80-acre body of water fed by Silver Creek. The Lucas Lake Trail (2.5 miles) follows the shoreline and crosses Silver Creek.

Three spacious troop houses and a variety of seasonal camping units provide lodging for troops year-round.  In the summer, Silverbrook Program Center hosts day camp and a variety of events, led by a seasonal resident staff for girls of all ages.

To begin the reservation process for a program property, first check availability for the site and unit. Then complete and submit the Site Rental Interest form.

For site specific questions, or to arrange an on-site visit, contact Lisa at 262-689-5288.


Jo Ann Mann Lodge
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Building Capacity: The Jo Ann Mann Lodge may be used for events for 60 to 80 total campers. Using both upper and lower levels, the planned overnight capacity is 60 campers (up to 20 in each of the two bunk areas, and an additional 20 campers sleeping on the floor). Day program and maximum dining capacity is 80 campers.


Jo Ann Mann Lodge - Upper Level
Indoor troop house
Capacity: 16 girls, 2 adults
Fee for GSWISE Girl Scout troops: $90/night or $170/2 nights
Fee for other nonprofits: $272/night Non-Member groups must pay for entire building.
Availability: September through May
Amenities: Bunks for 16 girls and 2 adults, commercial kitchen, indoor bathrooms w/showers, and multipurpose program/dining space for up to 60 campers. Outside activity deck overlooking lake. Wood burning fireplace. ADA compliant.

Jo Ann Mann Lodge - Lower Level
Indoor troop house
Capacity: 20 girls, 2 adults
Fee for GSWISE Girl Scout troops: $90/night or $170/2 nights
Fee for other nonprofits: $272/night Non-Member groups must pay for entire building.
Availability:
September through May
Amenities: Bunks for 20 girls and 2 adults, galley kitchen with residential appliances and serving island, indoor bathrooms with showers and multipurpose program dining space for 20 campers with access to lakeside patio. Gas fireplace. ADA compliant. Note: Primary entrance is stair access. Secondary entrance is grade level at rear of building.
 

Sandy Point

Indoor troop house
Capacity: 26 girls, 4 adults
Fee for GSWISE Girl Scout troops: $80/night; $150/2 nights
Fee for other nonprofits: $121/night
Availability: September through May
Amenities: Multi-purpose room for dining/program/girl sleeping area, fireplace, kitchen with electric stove, microwave, 2 refrigerators, small chest freezer, 4 leader bunks, central heat, flag pole, picnic tables, fire scar, lakeside, wheelchair accessible. Building has hot/cold water and central heat. Two indoor bathrooms with flush toilets and showers.

 

North Star

Indoor Troop House
Capacity: 16 girls, 4 adults
Fee for GSWISE Girl Scout troops: $70/night or $130/2 nights
Fee for other nonprofits: $106/night
Availability: September through May
Amenities:  Cabin sits on a ridgetop with panoramic view of the lake. Small kitchen, stove, refrigerator with freezer, microwave, central heat, fireplace, carpeted sleeping area for girls, 4 leader bunks, full basement for program activities, wheelchair accessible. Indoor bathrooms, flush toilets, hot/cold water, shower.


Lookout Peak

Adirondack shelters; 9 shelters per unit, each sleeps 2
Capacity: 18 people
Fee for GSWISE Girl Scout troops: $40/night; $70/2 nights
Fee for other nonprofits: $60/night
Availability: May, September, and October
Amenities: Recently remodeled in 2008. Each cozy cabin sleeps 2 on single bunks with mattresses. Cabins are fully enclosed with screened windows and doors. Enclosed kitchen shelter features electricity,  lights, outlets, refrigerator, microwave, picnic tables, cabinets with basic campfire cookware. Latrine, hand water pump, cold water.


Badger A or B

Each unit has the same type of tents and similar kitchen shelters.
Platform tents; 6 tents per unit, each sleeps 4
Capacity: 20 girls, 4 adults each unit
Fee for GSWISE Girl Scout troops: $25/night or $40/weekend
Fee for other nonprofits: $38/night
Availability: Summer use only
Amenities: 8x10 cabin tent with screens and zipped doors and windows on wood deck with stormfly. Shared kitchen shelter equipped for both units, mattresses provided for sleeping on tent floor, separate fire scars, refrigerator with freezer compartment is at the new Day Camp Pavilion located on the sports field. Latrine, hand water pump, cold water.


Dell Unit

Platform tents: 6 tents, each sleeps 4
Capacity: 20 girls, 4 adults
Fee for GSWISE Girl Scout troops: $25/night; $40/weekend
Fee for other nonprofits: $38/night
Availability: Summer use only
Amenities: 8x10 cabin tent with screens and zipped doors and windows on wood deck with stormfly; cots and mattresses provided; equipped kitchen shelter with picnic tables and fire scar; freezer located in Lucas cabin garage; pit latrines (lighted).


Eagle Pavilion

Primitive tent camping
Capacity: 24
Fee for GSWISE Girl Scout troops: $15/night
Fee for other nonprofits: $23/night
Availability: Summer use only
Amenities: Kitchen shelter; tent area only; latrine and hand water pump.
 

Silverbrook is closed between Memorial Day and Labor Day to accommodate summer camp programming.