Your next adventure awaits at one of our beautiful Girl Scout camp properties!
When not in use by the council for scheduled programming such as summer camp, both of our resident camp properties are available for rent for all events including, but not limited to troop and service unit gatherings, company retreats, family reunions, and vacations.
Camp Elliott Barker in Angel Fire - On the eastern slopes of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, in Angel Fire, Barker offers 536-acre for camping and hiking, and is near Carson National Forest and Eagle Nest Lake for off-site explorations! Camp Elliott Barker is home to a pond, high and low ropes course, a small historic dining hall, gaga ball pit, plenty of hiking trails, New Mexico’s oldest working horse barn, and one primitive outpost. Housing Units include platform tents and cabins with cots or bunk beds with mattresses. Each unit has campfire circles and wash areas with sinks and latrines. Camp Elliott Barker celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2013. A brand new shower and bathroom facility was installed in the Aspen Glen cabin unit in 2017.
Rancho del Chaparral is 45 minutes outside of Cuba, NM
Located in the Santa Fe National Forest in the Jemez Mountain range between Jemez Pueblo and Cuba, NM Rancho is a traditional, rustic camp with a four (4) sleeping units ranging from platform tents to Adirondacks and Hogans. Each unit has a pavilion or shelter for group activities, a campfire circle, and a wash area with sinks and latrines. A dining hall with a commercial kitchen and other small buildings can be rented to fill all your needs. Most restrooms are waterless vault style. With more than 1,100 acres, there miles of trails for hiking and horseback riding trips, a stream for “river” stomping and science exploration, multiple fields for outdoor games, and is in close proximity to Fenton Lake and Valles Caldera for day trips. Campers will experience the beauty and wildlife like deer, elk, and a variety of native wildlife that can be spotted near camp. Rancho is home to the Wengard Art Center (aka “Crafty’s Closet” after a former staff member), four outpost campsites, a section of the Rio de las Vacas, and our resident burros – Maisy, Gladys, and Betty.