Properties & Facilities

Our properties are situated on some of the most beautiful land in Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. From lakeside to prairie, meadows to pine forests, a unique GSNWGL property awaits you.

All properties (except the Marquette Business Office) are available to rent for meetings, retreats, getaways, parties, receptions, reunions, and more! For further details, contact our Property Department at 888.747.6945 or propertyreservations@gsnwgl.org. Reservation forms: Girl Scout group | Non-Girl Scout group | View availability calendar

Our Properties

Appleton Service Center & ShopAppleton Service Center

4693 North Lynndale Dr.
Appleton, WI

Features: Two large rooms which can be divided into smaller rooms if necessary, a large commercial kitchen, WiFi, overnight accommodations and showers, two courtyards (each with fire pits).

Situated between native prairie land and pine forest, the Appleton Service Center is adjacent to Bubolz Nature Preserve and has many unique features. With access to several miles of hiking trails which are groomed in the winter for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, this is the perfect choice for group outings, business meetings, weddings, and reunions!

Green Bay Service CenterGreen Bay Service Center & Shop

112 N. Adams St. Suite 101
Green Bay, WI

Features: Coming soon.

With a number of nearby activities such as Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary and Bay Beach Amusement Park, our Green Bay Service Center is a great spot to convene with your group before hitting up all the local attractions!

Eau Claire Service CenterEau Claire Service Center

4222 Oakwood Hills Pkwy.
Eau Claire, WI

Features: Program/conference room, kitchen, overnight accommodations, backyard fire pit.

With easy access off Highway 53 and I-94, this service center is ideal for meetings and events! It is located in the heart of Eau Claire’s shopping district, just across from the Oakwood Mall, with access to many restaurants and entertainment venues.

Schofield Service Center & Shop Schofield Service Center

3511 Camp Phillips Rd.
Schofield, WI

Features:Large program/conference room, small catering kitchen

Located in the beautiful Wausau Homes Scout Center, which is shared with the Boy Scouts’ Samoset Council, our Schofield Service Center is tucked away in a wooded area just off Highway 29 and along the Eau Claire River. Conveniently located near Yellow Banks Park and various restaurants and shops, this the perfect place for meetings and group activities.

MarquetteMarquette Business Office

3020 U.S. 41 West, Suite 321
Marquette, MI

This property is not available to rent.

Our Marquette Business Office is located in the Westwood Mall and includes staff offices and a staff-only conference room. This property is a resource for Girl Scout information in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.

Camp Birch TrailsCamp Birch Trails

Irma, WI

Features: Surrounding Lake Olivotti, Camp Birch Trails (CBT) is GSNWGL’s largest camp. CBT features a main lodge, platform tents, cabins, yurts, a large dining hall, and a swimming area with a sandy beachfront and large dock. In the winter, a sledding hill and groomed trails with a limited number of snowshoes are available for use.

Camp Cuesta Camp Cuesta

Bailey’s Harbor, WI

Features: Located in breathtaking Door County and adjacent to the Door County Land Trust’s 647 acre Kangaroo Lake Preserve, Camp Cuesta features a heated lodge, tent cabins and tent sites, a screened pavilion, and an open playing field.

Camp Del O'ClaireCamp Del O’Claire

Wausau, WI

Features: Bordered by the Eau Claire River and near Yellow Banks Park, Camp Del O’Claire’s main lodge is available for comfortable overnight accommodations. This camp is conveniently located just between Weston and the hustle and bustle of downtown Wausau.

Camp Nawakwa Camp Nawakwa

Cornell, WI

Features: Overlapping with about a mile of the Ice Age Trail, Camp Nawakwa contains three lodges, a dining hall, a multi-purpose room, yurts, platform tents, tent cabins, and an amphitheater. There are also hiking trails, a large playfield, waterfront area on Picnic Lake, ponds, and a glacial kame.

Camp Pow-LowCamp Pow-Low

Gwinn, MI

Features: Camp Pow-Low features 1,200 feet of frontage on tranquil Mehl Lake and a number of hiking trails, canoes, kayaks, and rowboats to make your visit memorable! Facilities include a large heated lodge, platform tents, Adirondack cabin, and a pavilion. In the fall of 2013, a shower house and indoor plumbing is planned for Camp Pow-Low.

Camp SacajaweaCamp Sacajawea

Wisconsin Rapids, WI

Conveniently located on the outskirts of Wisconsin Rapids, Camp Sacajawea’s small private lake, creek, and hiking trails are a must-see. Camp Sacajawea also has three lodges, a program center, dining hall, cabins, platform tents, and tent sites for your group to enjoy!

Camp Winnecomac Camp Winnecomac

Kaukauna, WI

Features: A hidden gem surrounded by trails of the 1,000 Island Nature Preserve, Camp Winnecomac offers an expansive, versatile property in a secluded setting. With excellent hiking and groomed cross-country skiing trails, two main lodges, tent cabins, yurts, and unit shelters, this is the ideal choice for those in the nearby Fox Valley and Green Bay metro area.

Long Range Property Plan

In 2009, our Council conducted a survey to determine what our stakeholders need from our properties. The survey’s results helped determine what changes will take place at our properties in the coming years. Review the latest updates or get additional information by contacting 888.747.6945 or meetinggirlsneeds@gsnwgl.org.