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Year-round, troops can conquer our high ropes challenge courses and camp in lodges and tents, enjoy water play, learn outdoor and survival skills, and discover nature. We also open our properties to corporate groups for team-building retreats and conferences, and to families for weddings and other celebrations. 


GSWNY owns and maintains nearly 2000 acres of wooded land. Each of our properties has their own unique characteristics, facilities, and activities.

GSWNY Council Map

Under the following guidelines, effective September 1, 2021, we will be allowing Troops and Rental Groups to stay overnight on our properties.

COVID-19 Guidelines
Council COVID-19 Guidelines

All rental groups must adhere to the most up-to-date COVID-19 council guidelines.

Sleeping Capacity

Seasonal Units (cabin tents/platform tents) can be utilized at full capacity, but individuals in beds should be arranged head to toe. Flaps should remain slightly open to allow airflow. 

Lodges (winterized buildings) can be utilized at half capacity. Renters should strive to have six feet between each bed. Please note that the new unit at Seven Hills falls into this category.


We are now allowing full-use of our kitchen spaces. To the greatest extend possible; minimize the number of individuals handling/serving food. Some suggestions include:

  • Utilizing individual servings.
  • Designating one server per table, rather than passing platters to each individual.
  • Larger groups should consider decreasing the number of individuals eating in indoor dining spaces at one time by splitting/rotating groups.
Health Checks

As per our Council Guidelines, groups should be administering health checks prior to arrival. Additionally, checks should be continued throughout your stay. We highly suggest that groups take temperatures in the morning and again in the evening.

If anyone displays symptoms of COVID-19, please follow the below steps:

  • Depart- Individuals displaying symptoms should arrange to leave the property as soon as possible.
  • Isolate- If the individual is unable to immediately depart, than they should be isolated in a well-ventilated room with access to a bathroom.
    • If the individual is a minor, then they will still need adult supervision. An adult should wear a mask and gloves and remain within site of the child.
  • Test- Individuals should be tested as soon as possible. If the case is positive, please follow the guidelines laid out here:
Insurance/Girl Scout Membership

If a family member will be chaperoning other girls, the family member must be registered and background checked as a Troop Helper/Chaperone.

If a family member is only accompanying her/his own child and will not be chaperoning other girls, the family member must either be a current Girl Scout member or the troop must purchase additional non-scout Girl Scout Accident/Incident insurance.

For all non-scout rentals, the insurance standards remain the same.

Camp Property Locations

Girl Scouts of Western New York Camp Property Locations

Camp Seven Hills
(Lakeside) 10299 Savage Rd., Holland, NY 14080
(Goodyear) 10150 Olean Road (Rt 16) Holland, NY 14080

Camp Piperwood
2222 Turk Hill Rd., Fairport, NY 14450

Camp Windy Meadows (Click here to see a map of the property.)
5000 Cambria Rd., Lockport, NY 14094

Camp Timbercrest (Click here to see a map of the property.)
11169 Moore Rd., Randolph, NY 14772

Leave it Better Than You Found It

Renting a facility on our properties is very similar to renting a vacation home. It’s important that you work with your girls to clean as you go and leave the space better than you found it.

Our Property Managers work hard to keep the facilities and activities well-maintained, but we do not have cleaning staff. Kaper charts are an important tradition in Girl Scouting that can help you and your troop organize chores during your stay and teach your girls responsibility. 

Questions? Contact Customer Care at 1-888-837-6410 or