Girl Scout travel is a lifelong journey that builds skills, memories, and friendships.
Every Girl Scout, beginning with Daisies or Brownies, can take the first step on this journey with a group field trip followed by an overnight or weekend trip. Learn travel basics as you plan, budget, and pack.
Girl Scout Juniors and above can take three- or four-night regional trips. And once you’re a Cadette, the world is truly your oyster! Using Girl Scout planning tools, you can make your dream trip a reality, whether it’s exploring the California coast, discovering the Swiss Alps, or visiting any of the WAGGGS World Centers around the globe.
Whether you’re traveling with your family, your troop, or on your own with a group, you’ve got Girl Scout resources and ideas to help every step of the way.
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Check out these curated events hosted by Girl Scout councils and partners. Your troop can just register and go! (Be sure to let your home Girl Scout council know you are traveling.)
There are so many amazing places to explore across the U.S., and there are Girl Scout properties near so many of them! Whether you’re looking for a troop house in a cool, small city, or a campsite in the beautiful wilderness, there are Girl Scout places waiting for your group.
Use this interactive map to explore Girl Scout properties—and contact the site to learn more. Once you have your Girl Scout accommodations booked, use the “Travel in the USA” guide below to plan the rest of your trip.
Start with a day trip and build your experience to plan a big trip in the U.S.—and eventually overseas. Use these resources to start planning your troop’s dream trips.