Girl Scouts Outside

With the weather turning, we hope to see all our G.I.R.L.s Get Outside!

Be sure to check out the Spring Outdoor Challenge. If your troop does something fun and exciting, please email us at

On May 22nd, all GSHPA SU 416 members are invited to attend a CRPR Scavenger Hunt.

In June, we will be having Outdoor Fun days at Bald Eagle State Park for Daisies, Brownies, and Juniors. Cadette Outdoor Fun will be July 17 with more details about this event released in May.

Senior and Ambassador families should expect to receive an email from Service Unit leadership about coordinating an event for your girls.

In September we will be holding a Back to Basics camporee at Camp Anderson.

June Outdoor Fun Days (Daisy/Brownie/Junior)

Participants for the June Outdoor Fun Days will pick either the morning or afternoon session and earn one of the outdoor themed badges for their level. There will be no out of pocket costs for participating girls.

Participation for these events is limited and advanced registration is required. Registration will open in May and end 1 week prior to the event date. When registering, you will pick either “Morning” or “Afternoon”. Morning sessions will run from 9:30AM to 11:30AM and afternoon sessions will run from 1PM to 3PM.

All participants will be required to provide health forms and the required GSHPA COVID waiver and pre-screen as well as abiding by all GSHPA required COVID mitigation requirements (face masks).

If you are bridging and register for both your current level and your next level, you will be waitlisted so that we can ensure all girls have an opportunity to attend one event. You can indicate your preference in the registration comments.

Daisy Outdoor Fun is June 5th. Participating girls will be able to choose between the Daisy Trail Adventure and the Outdoor Art Maker badges.

Brownie Outdoor Fun is June 12th. Participating girls will be able to choose between Letterboxer and Outdoor Art Creator.

Junior Outdoor Fun is June 26. Participating girls will be able to choose between Geocacher and Outdoor Art Explorer.

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