Girl Scout Camp

Spring 2022 Troop & Family Self-Led Outdoor Activities

The weather is getting better and we know it is not always easy to attend programs with your troop or to work around your busy schedules, so we have put a few self-led activities together to carry you into spring.


Outdoor Badges: Earn them with your troop or solo!

Trail Adventure Badge Series: These badges encourage girls to safely explore various types of trails and to continue to challenge themselves. These are great for girls that are brand new to hiking or even the most advanced hiker. We highly suggest keeping track of your adventures to use towards the GS Love Hiking mileage badges listed below as well.

Eco Badge Series: These badges will teach girls how to “Leave No Trace” (low to no impact on the land) during their outdoor adventures. With the recent overuse of public lands, leaving no trace is more important than ever.

See the newest badges using the Badge Explorer!


2022 WNY Hiking Challenge

WNY Hiking Challenge: We’re continuing to partner with Outside Chronicles to offer the extraordinary WNY Hiking Challenge to Girl Scout families at a discounted rate of $15! The 2022 patch design and challenge are coming soon! Click here to visit the page. Be sure to bookmark it. The challenge will run from May 1 to Nov. 19, 2022.

WNY Hiking Challenge Rider Patch: Once you’ve completed the WNY Hiking Challenge, use these questions to reflect on your experience and order your Rider Patch.

GS Love Hiking: Planning on doing some hiking this year? Keep track of your mileage on this form and then order your patches. There are 5, 10, 50 and 100 mileage patches. Use them individually or collectively to add up the miles you have hiked. Keep on hiking and showing others how your work has paid off. Other mileages may be available upon request.


Girl Scout Tree Promise

Join our mission to protect the planet from the effects of climate change. In partnership with the Elliott Wildlife Values Project and American Forests, Girl Scouts are setting out to plant five million trees in five years, and to protect and honor new and existing trees. Not only is this great for wildlife, it will also help ease the effects of climate change. Girl Scouts have planted thousands of trees in all 50 states and globally. Let’s keep going! Track your trees here!

Upcoming GSWNY Outdoor Programs
DateEvent NameLocationLevels
April 9Trail Adventurer 1Camp TimbercrestDaisies, Brownies
April 9-10Trail Adventurer 2Camp TimbercrestJuniors, Cadettes
April 23Earth Day All About Trees Camp Seven Hills LakesideCadettes
April 24Earth Day Pollinators & PerennialsCamp Seven Hills LakesideBrownies, Juniors
April 30 – May 1Conquer Camping 1 Camp PiperwoodDaisies, Brownies, Juniors
April 29 – May 1Conquer Camping 2 Camp PiperwoodJuniors, Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors
May 7Whitewater Rafting Letchworth State ParkJuniors, Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors
May 14-15Conquer Camping 1 Camp Seven Hills LakesideDaisies, Brownies
May 13-15Conquer Camping 2Camp Seven Hills LakesideJuniors, Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors
May 20-22Ready, Set, CampCamp TimbercrestJuniors, Cadettes
May 21-22Tents Up Camp TimbercrestBrownies
May 20-22Ready, Set, CampCamp Seven Hills GoodyearJuniors, Cadettes
May 21-22Tents UpCamp Seven Hills GoodyearBrownies
June 3-5Ready, Set, CampCamp Seven Hills GoodyearJuniors, Cadettes
June 4-5Tents Up Camp Seven Hills GoodyearBrownies
June 10-12Ready, Set, CampCamp PiperwoodJuniors, Cadettes
June 11-12Tents UpCamp PiperwoodBrownies
June 12Paddle Explorer 1Camp TimbercrestDaisies, Brownies, Juniors

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