Special event/wedding

Properties and special event rentals

We have a variety of beautiful and spacious program sites available for troop and service unit use throughout the year. Click on a name below to "jump" to detailed information about each property including cost and availability. For site reservations and questions, call (800) 338-5248 x6834 or email afitzgerald@girlscoutsosw.org.

See a map of GSOSW properties (as of 12/13/13) »

For the safety of our members, we do not publicly list the addresses of our properties with the exception of our service centers.

Day-use for properties is half of the overnight fee listed.


Special event rentals
If you wish to rent Camp Cleawox or Homestead Outdoor Program Center for your wedding, corporate retreat or other special event, please visit our Venues page for more information. 

     

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Albany Program Center

Camp Arrowhead

Camp Cleawox:

Girl Scout or non-profit use

Special event/wedding

Homestead Outdoor Program Center:

Girl Scout or non-profit use

Special event/wedding

Lebanon Program Center

Mountaindale Outdoor Program Center

Newport Program Center

Ruth Hyde Outdoor Program Center

Seaside Program Center

Camp Whispering Winds

Winema Program Center



Trefoil Albany Program Center  

Located in a residential section of Albany, Oregon.

Description Capacity Fee
This site includes a large meeting room with fully stocked kitchen and restroom facilities. The fenced yard has a cement patio and grassy area. 30 Girl Scout use: $50/night; general public: $100/night


Trefoil Camp Arrowhead  

Located in the Gorge near Stevenson, Washington, Camp Arrowhead has 260 acres of forest, meadows, trails, and a lake. Get more information about summer resident camp programs »

Camp Arrowhead is located at the base of Dog Mountain and Wind Mountain and has an endless supply of fantastic hiking trails. It's also a great place to setup base camp for many other adventures in the Columbia River Gorge such as mountain biking, climbing, wind surfing, kayaking and more!

Area

Description

Capacity

Fee

ENTIRE CAMP (not including Celilo)

About 250

 

Girl Scout use: $500/night

General public: $750/night

BIRDHOUSE HILL Includes three Birdhouses (a wooden tent with metal cots), a Staff House and a Director's Cabin. Flush toilets, showers, a refrigerator and an electric hotplate. Room for three tents nearby. Birdhouses (3) – 4 each, 12 total; Staff House – 4; Director’s Cabin – 2
 

Girl Scout use: $75/night

General public use: $100/night

LODGE & AREA

Lodge includes 2 showers, 2 toilets, folding tables and chairs. Large circular fireplace and an industrial kitchen (refrigerator, oven, microwave, and dishwasher) with service for 150. The Infirmary (Mazama) and Guest House have flush toilets and showers. A 38’ x 46’ covered area is near the Lodge with 18 picnic tables.

Lodge – 40; Infirmary –4; Guest House – 2; Bird House – 4

Girl Scout use: $150/night

General public use: $250/night



UNIT HOUSES

There are four unit house areas: Tyhee, Klickitat, Tahoma and Wa-Nee-Ya. Each area includes 7-9 cabins, 1 staff house and a fire pit. The staff houses have refrigerators, cook tops, showers, toilets, hand sinks, electricity and hot water. 

Cabins (9) – 4 each, 36 total
taff House – 16 

Girl Scout use: $75/night

General public use: $150/night



SEMI-PRIMITIVE AREAS

Cheesiah - Currently unavailable
Seven  12’ x 14’ platform tents with metal cots and two adirondacks (three-sided buildings). Includes a fire pit and 1 biffy (biffy = bathroom in forest for you).

28 

Girl Scout use: $50/night

General public use: $60/night



Celilo - Currently unavailable
Includes a wood cook stove, electricity, refrigerator, range and a biffy. Water currently unavailable.

20

Currently unavailable


OTHER AVAILABLE AREAS 

The below must be requested when making the reservation and are subject to Safety Activity Checkpoints.

Canoes: Girl Scout use: $20 per boat/per day; General public use: $25 per boat/per day.

Archery: Girl Scout use $20/day; General public use: $25/day.

Lake swimming.
  



Trefoil Camp Cleawox  

Located two miles south of Florence in the Oregon Dune National Recreation Area, this 47 acre site is situated on a freshwater lake. Unavailable from June through August. Please note: Special event rates apply for weddings, retreats and other events - visit our Venues page for more information. Get more information about summer resident camp programs »

Area Description Capacity Fee
ENTIRE CAMP See below.

360 view of the campfire circle:

144 

Girl Scout use: $475/night

Nonprofit use: $950/night

Special events/weddings:
see venues page.

THE LODGE
(Winterized)
This fully winterized building includes a large dining area that seats 150, a commercial kitchen, bathrooms, separate meeting rooms and a fireplace. Sleeping is available on the floor and mattresses are provided. The building is wheelchair accessible.


150 for day use; 40 for overnight

Girl Scout use: $250/night

Nonprofit use: $600/night


STAFF HOUSE
(Winterized)
A winterized building that has a residential kitchen with a sink, stove, refrigerator, ADA bathrooms with toilets and shower, and laundry. Some furniture, but sleeping only available on the floor. Wheelchair accessible. Unit also includes three non-winterized, enclosed cabins.
20

Girl Scout use: $100/night

Nonprofit use: $200/night

BUCCANEERS' UNIT Includes three yurts that sleep 8 each, a staff cabin that sleeps 4, outdoor toilets, running water and two fire pits. 28 Girl Scout use: $75/night; Nonprofit use: $150/night
CLIPPERS' UNIT Includes four small cabins with 6 bunks in each and a staff house with another 4 bunks, outdoor lavatories, a wash station, 2 picnic tables and a fire pit. 28 Girl Scout use: $75/night; Nonprofit use: $150/night
PIRATES' UNIT Three Adirondacks with 8 bunks in each, outdoor toilets, cold running water and a fire pit. 24 Girl Scout use: $75/night; Nonprofit use: $150/night
EXPLORERS' UNIT Two Adirondacks with 8 bunks in each, a Trinidad with 10 bunks and a staff house that sleeps 4.  Also available are 2 picnic tables, a fire pit and a wash station. 30 Girl Scout use: $75/night; Nonprofit use: $150/night
OTHER FACILITIES AVAILABLE

Canoes:  Girl Scout use: $20 per boat/per day; Nonprofit use: $25 per boat/per day
Must be requested when making the reservation and use is subject to Safety Activity Checkpoints.

Archery: Girl Scout use $20/day; non-profit use: $25/day.

Lake Swimming: The freshwater lake is equipped with a dock and overlooks the sand dunes.



Trefoil Homestead Outdoor Program Center  

Located on the historically significant Creighton Homestead in Rhododendron, OR at the base of Mt. Hood. We encourage small groups to share the facilities and expenses with other troops. Special event rates apply for weddings, retreats and other events - visit our Venues page for more information. Program resources available:

Trail information -  Please call or ask the ranger (John Amschler at 503-622-4285) for an accurate trail map and descriptions.  We will be more than happy to help you select a trail that aligns with your time frame and abilities including hiking through old growth forests and nature studies.

Snow Play - Skiing, snowshoeing, tubing and sledding are available within a 15-mile drive. Call Mountain Tracks Ski Shop in Government Camp for ski and weather conditions. They also offer a discount to Girl Scouts who make rental equipment reservations in advance. Call (503) 272-3380.

Nature Study - Hiking can be done both on and off the property. For off property hikes, call the US Forest Service Zigzag District Office at (503) 622-3191 or visit their office located at 70220 E Highway 26 in Zigzag. They have current information on trails and conditions and can recommend the perfect hike for your group’s level of experience and interest. The Homestead is along the Barlow Road, an overland route at the end of the Oregon Trail. USFS staff can point out places to "find" bits of the trail. The Wildwood Recreation Area, managed by the Bureau of Land Management, is also nearby. One of the trails, the Cascade Streamwatch Trail, is ADA accessible, winds past large covered picnic areas, smaller picnic areas, artwork and ends at a salmon viewing window along the Salmon River.You can also visit the Mt. Hood Information Center website at mthood.info for other activities in the area. 

Historical - Learn about the Creighton family who settled here in 1912 from on-site exhibits or tour the Mt. Hood Museum and Cultural Center in Government Camp. Admission is free. Call (503) 272-3301 for hours.

Description Capacity Fee

Sleeping is on the floor (mattresses provided). Fireplace (wood provided), showers, flush toliets, basic cooking and eating utensils in the kitchen. There is also a covered picnic area, covered play area and tent area. ADA accessible.

40

Girl Scout use: $150/night

Nonprofit use: $200/night



Trefoil Lebanon Program Center  

A converted school house located in Lebanon, Oregon. This property is available for rental by registered Girl Scout members exculsively.

Description

Capacity

Fee

The hut has a large meeting room with a small kitchen and restroom. 

25

$50/night



Trefoil Mountaindale Outdoor Program Center

Located off Sunset Highway in North Plains, Oregon. Mountaindale has 50 acres of woods filled with hiking trails, native plants, birds and other wildlife. The large meadow is ideal for games and a nearby pond is great for environmental study. Unavailable mid-June to mid-August. Available for rental by registered Girl Scout members exculsively.

Area

Description

Capacity

Fee

ENTIRE CAMP

See below

About 250  $475/night
 
THE PAVILLION
("Pavy's")
A large one-room building with a fireplace, wood stove (wood supplied), sinks, refrigerator, microwave and stove. Sleeping is on the floor (mattresses are provided) and there is a building with flush toilets and showers. Wheelchair accessible. 30 $100/night
MARILYN'S PLACE Modern lodge with 74 bunk beds and restrooms with showers. Bunks surround the upper floor which leads to a deck overlooking the pond. An industrial kitchen equipped with 2 refrigerators, a freezer, 2 stoves, microwave and cooking and eating utensils. Baseboard heat and large fireplace with wood provided. 74 $300/night
THE RAFTERS An open-sided building primarily used for day activities. During warm weather it can be used for sleeping on a concrete floor. It has an enclosed kitchen with an electric stove, refrigerator, sink and half barrels for outdoor cooking. Outdoor toilets and room for eight tents nearby. 40 $50/night 
THE ADIRONDAKS (2) A roof with three walls; open at the front door. No power. Covered eating and cooking areas and fire pit nearby.  Water and outdoor toilets in the area. 16 $25/night
PRIMITIVE SITES Tent camping only. Outdoor toilets and fire pits for cooking. Water must be carried in. Depends upon site $5 per tent per night
OTHER FACILITIES AVAILABLEArchery: Girl Scout use $20/day.

Bouldering wall.

Geocaching / letterboxing.
  



Trefoil Newport Program Center  

Located in residential Newport, Oregon just a few blocks from the beach and minutes from the Oregon Coast Aquarium. Available for use year around.

Description Capacity Fee

Sleeping is on the floor (mattresses provided). Fully stocked kitchen and bathroom (small shower). Fenced yard includes a fire pit.

15

Girl Scout use: $50/night

General public use: $100/night



Trefoil Ruth Hyde Outdoor Program Center  

This 90 acre camp is about seven miles west of Grants Pass.

Description Capacity Fee
There is a covered table area, large barbeque, volleyball court, fire circle, gaga pit, 14 campsites, and 4 latrines. Each campsite has water. A mobile home has a flush toilet, electricity, and kitchen. Air-conditioned first-aid room, refrigerators, and assorted equipment available. Electricity and PA system for entire property. 100 Girl Scout use: $50/night; general public: $100/night


Trefoil Seaside Program Center  

Located in residential Seaside, Oregon just a few blocks from the beach. Available for rental by registered Girl Scout members exculsively.

Description Capacity Fee

Sleeping is on the floor (mattresses provided). Has a kitchen and ADA bathroom with shower.

15 $50/night

 

Trefoil Camp Whispering Winds  

Located in the forested hills of Kings Valley, northwest of Philomath and Corvallis. The camp includes 220 acres and a central lake. Unavailable from mid-June through July. Get more information about summer resident camp programs »

Area Description Capacity Fee
ENTIRE CAMP See below. 150 

Girl Scout use: $350/night

General public use: $500/night                      

RICHARD'S LODGE
(Winterized)
This building has an open room for sleeping on the floor and a side room with four bunks. There is a kitchen, but equipment and utensils are not provided. There is also an indoor lavatory for limited use and outdoor latrines. A wood stove heats the building. Covered decks overlook the lake and there is a covered area beneath the lodge for games, crafts and other outside activities. 34

Girl Scout use: $75/night

General public use: $100/night
THE OAKS LODGE
(Winterized)
Includes covered decks, water heater, refrigerator and range (no cooking equipment provided). There is an indoor lavatory and outside latrines. A wood-burning fireplace heats the building.  There is a small side room with one bunk. 26

Girl Scout use: $75/night

General public use: $100/night
ASH GROVE Eight 12’ x 14’ tent houses with four bunks in each.  There are outdoor latrines, cold running water, a fire circle and a large covered open-air shelter. 32

Girl Scout use: $50/night

General public use: $75/night
MAPLE VALLEY Same as Ash Grove, but may be rented separately. 32

Girl Scout use: $50/night

General public use: $75/night
ALDER VIEW Four Adirondacks (three-sided cabins; open at the front) with six bunks in each. There are outdoor latrines, cold running water and a fire circle. 24

Girl Scout use: $50/night

General public use: $50/night
COVERED WAGONS UNIT

Includes five “wagons” with four bunk platforms in each and one 12’ x 14’ tent house with four bunks. Outdoor latrines, cold running water, fire circle and a large sheltered open-air area nearby.

24

Girl Scout use: $50/night

General public use: $50/night
OTHER FACILITIES AVAILABLE The below must be requested when making the reservation and use is subject to Safety Activity Checkpoints

Archery: Girl Scout use $20/day; General public use: $25/day.

Outdoor Pool: Girl Scout use: $75/day; general public user: $100 per day.

Canoes/Rowboats: Girl Scout use: $20 per boat/per day; general public use: $25 per boat/per day.

Industrial Kitchen and Dining Hall: Girl Scout use: $75/day; General public use: $100/day.

Kitchen includes stove, ovens, convection oven, large mixer, refrigerator, large freezer, dishwasher, cooking equipment and table service. Dining hall seats 150.



Trefoil Winema Program Center  

Available for day use, workshops and perfect for a first overnight experience. 

Description Fee Reservations
Includes an auditorium with full kitchen, restrooms, shower and fireplace. A fire station is nearby and there is a large fenced area that can serve as an activity center or outdoor game field. Can accomodate up to 130 for day use; sleeps 30. Girl Scout use: $50/night; general public: $100/night  Contact Karen Kelly:
(541) 773-8423 or
kkelly@girlscoutsosw.org

 

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