Rent a Campsite or Property
GSEP Facilities Guide
The Facilities Guide provides you with important information including site usage, site descriptions and maps, usage and rental policies and procedures, consultant information, information on Camporees, emergency procedures, and nearby attractions. Before reserving a site be sure to check it out!
Facilities Guide 2013-2014 (THE 30% OFF DISCOUNT FOR CAMPOREES IS NO LONGER VALID)
GSEP Online Campsite Rental Information and Instructions
Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania (GSEP) operates eight sites for troop camping and outdoor program. Each site offers a unique outdoor opportunity for exploration, education, and an exciting camp experience. To rent a GSEP camp site, click on its link below.
Site rental requests are also accepted via mail, fax, or walk-in at any GSEP Service Center (form links below). It is important to review full details in the GSEP Site Rental Terms & Conditions.
Site Rental Forms
Mail application payment and 100% non-refundable site rental to: Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania, P. O. Box 309, Lafayette Hill, PA 19444. You may also register and check availability online at www.gsep.org. Click on Camps,then Rent a Campsite. Reservations will not be accepted over the phone. Please Note: It is the policy of Girl Scouts of EasternPennsylvania to re-deposit checks returned for non-sufficient funds (NSF) automatically and without notice. A $10 processing fee maybe charged for NSF checks and closed accounts. When a check is returned by the bank twice, the Council reserves the right to require payment by cash or certified funds.
All groups renting any site or facility should adhere to GSEP standards and rules at all times while on site. These rules should be shared with all persons in your party prior to arriving at camp.
1. Every girl and every adult volunteer participating in Council programs (including group camping) shall be a registered member of GSUSA. Adults participating in overnight programs must comply with the GSEP Volunteer Policy and complete a criminal background check and child abuse clearance. The troop/group should purchase additional non-member insurance for any girl under the age of 5 years, and boys under the age of 18 years.
2. Each group camping will have an adult accompany them with appropriate GSEP overnight training (18 years or older) and current First Aid & CPR. NO EXCEPTIONS. Safety Activity Checkpoints require that men be given separate sleeping quarters and restroom facilities when camping with girls (pg. 88, Group Camping Checkpoints in VIP). A list of appropriate sites is available from the Troop Camping Registrar at 215.564.2030, ext. 1028.