Whether you dream of heading to one of our national parks, scoring seats to a Broadway play, checking out incredible Girl Scout history in Savannah, Georgia—or even traveling to a whole different country—you can make it happen!
Thinking about planning your own trip with your troop, family, or friends? Start now with these resources made just for you.
If you’re in sixth grade or older, you can travel independently and meet Girl Scouts from around the world on 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 Girl Scouts traveling on Destinations for the first time. Girl Scouts must participate in the Fall Product Program and Cookie Program to qualify.
Check out upcoming Girl Scout Destinations! (New Destinations are typically posted in August.)
The annual deadline to apply for Girl Scout Destinations is November 1. Girl Scouts may apply for up to four Destinations to increase their chances of being selected. Drop off applications at any Girl Scout Service Center, email or mail to: GSWISE Attn. Destinations, 131 S. 69th St. Milwaukee, WI 53214.
You'll soar to new heights on group travel experiences! You'll develop self-confidence and leadership skills by working together to plan the adventure of a lifetime.
To plan a safe and enjoyable trip, refer to the Troop Trip Guidelines and Safety Activity Checkpoints.
For a one-two night trip to a non-council owned site more than 100 miles away from troop’s community or a trip of three or more nights, complete and submit a Troop Trip Application and an Emergency Contact Form.
Additional insurance is required for all participants traveling on an International Trip. Submit a Plan 3PI insurance enrollment form at least three weeks prior to travel.
Use these resources to plan your next adventure.