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GSHH Properties

Whether you love forest trails and lakes, or you’re looking for a meeting space, our properties have you covered!   See below for the list of Camp properties, Girl Scout Houses, and Program Centers.  Enjoy your stay.

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Property rentals are also available for non-Girl Scout groups at some locations.  For information, please email customercare@girlscoutshh.org.   

CAMP PROPERTIES

Camp Addisone Boyce, Tomkins Cove

30 Mott Farm Road
Tomkins Cove, NY 10986

Camp Addisone Boyce (CAB) is the perfect place to get back to nature. CAB boasts a large lake which can be used for pond studies, boating, swimming, frog counts, and fishing. This camp also has multiple trails for hiking, a letterboxing course, a low ropes course, a large game field, and outdoor program spaces.

Accommodations:

  • Four units, each with one cabin and a number of platform tents. Cabins have stovetop cooking and refrigerators. Water and bathroom facilities are in a separate building a short distance from the cabin. Each cabin has a capacity of 18. Tent capacities range from 30-42. Each unit also offers a sheltered eating area with picnic tables, running water, and a fire circle.
  • A centralized washhouse with flush toilets and hot showers
  • Dining Hall, Arts and Crafts Shelter, and Nature hut can be used during the day as program spaces

Tents are open for reservation from April through Mid-October when summer camp is not in session. An on-site camp ranger is available year round. 

Camp Ludington, Holmes

156 Paine Road
Holmes, NY 12531

Camp Ludington is a 150-acre site, located just north of Lake Carmel in Dutchess County.  Its undisturbed natural beauty boasts of an extensive hiking trail that intersects with the Appalachian Trail and provides spectacular views of the surrounding area.  Camp Ludington also has a lake for boating or fishing, an established letterboxing course, playfields, and a screened in the dining hall that overlooks the lake.  In the winter, it is a great space for snowshoeing. Camp Ludington is recommended for troops that have been camping before.

Accommodations:

  • Four units each with platform tents hosting 30-45 people, a kitchen shelter with picnic tables, and fireplaces. Latrines are in each unit.
  • Sheltered areas for badge work, troop meetings, or arts and crafts activities

Click here for Camp Ludington Map

Camp Ludington is primarily used for troop and community camping, and outdoor programming, and can be rented for a day or overnight use. Day use is permitted during the winter for outdoor programming.

Camp Wendy, Wallkill

149 St. Elmo Road
Wallkill, NY  12589

Camp Wendy has 56 acres of gently rolling hills, winding trails, beautiful forests and a 13-acre lake nestled in the foothills of the Shawangunks in the hamlet of Wallkill, Ulster County. It is also the home of the GSHH Archive Museum. The large lake can be used for boating or fishing, and there is an established letterboxing course on site.

Accommodations:

  • One platform tent unit with kitchen shelter and picnic tables, fireplace, and potable water. Unit capacities range from 15-30.
  • Martin Lodge is available year round. There are nearby latrines. No water inside the lodge. Can sleep up to 20.
  • A central washhouse with flush toilets
  • A central dining hall, letterboxing course, large playing field, and lake.

Click here for Camp Wendy Map

Camp Wendy is primarily used for troop and community camping, and outdoor programming, and can be rented for a day or overnight use. Selected spaces are available for rental year round.

Rock Hill Camp, Mahopac

300 Wixon Pond Road
Mahopac, NY  10541

Rock Hill's 190 wooded acres provide the perfect setting for a variety of activities allowing you and your girls several different ways to enjoy being outdoors!  In addition to a lake for boating and swimming, there are hiking trails, an archery range, low, mid, and high ropes courses, letterboxing, a large game field, and plenty of program spaces for troop meetings, badge work, crafts, or games.

Accommodations:

  • Four winterized cabins with a kitchen, fireplace, flush toilets and showers. Three of these cabins sleep 28 each, the fourth sleeps 15.
  • Four platform tent units with flush toilets and hot showers, a kitchen shelter with picnic tables, and a fire circle. Each unit sleeps, 40 people.
  • One platform tent unit with latrines, kitchen shelter, picnic tables, and a fire circle. Sleeps 40.
  • Dining Hall is also winterized and can hold up to 200 people for daytime activities.
  • Open-air pavilion attached to a large playfield

Click here for Rock Hill Map

Rock Hill is available year-round for troop and community camping, troop and leader meetings, after-school programs, and special events. Rock Hill is used for GSHH resident camp in the summer. There is an on-site camp ranger year round. 

 

GIRL SCOUT HOUSES AND PROGRAM CENTERS/REGIONAL OFFICES 

Click here for a full list or see below for details on each location.

Betty Taubert Girl Scout House, Scarsdale

Betty Taubert Girl Scout House
37 Wayside Lane Scarsdale, NY 10583

Named after Betty Taubert, a volunteer who worked tirelessly to advance Girl Scouting in Scarsdale, This house has 2 kitchens, a large meeting space with fireplace, and an overnight sleeping area. A caretaker lives on the property.

  • Overnight Capacity: 24 – downstairs only
  • Day Capacity: 100 upstairs and 50 downstairs
  • Parking: Unlimited
  • Available weekdays after 3 pm and weekends
  • Not available  Monday – Friday 9 am – 3 pm
Crestwood Cabin, Yonkers

Crestwood Cabin
360 Parkview Avenue
Yonkers, NY 10710

This year-round cabin has a kitchen with appliances and a large meeting room.

  • Overnight Capacity: 15-20
  • Day Capacity: 40
  • Parking: 6 cars
  • Availability: year-round for meetings, training classes, programs,
  • Available weekdays or and weekends
Fanny Fay House, Beacon

Fanny Fay House
1 John Street
Beacon, NY 12508

Named in memory of Fanny Fay Morrison, this house was originally built as a barracks by the Civilian Conservation Corp in the 1930’s and has been in our possession for over 70 years.

This 4-room building has 2 meeting rooms, a kitchen with appliances as well as pots, pans, dishes, microwave, coffee pot, and a popcorn maker.

  • Overnight Capacity: 22
  • Day Capacity: 35 in the large meeting room; 15 in the small meeting room 
  • Parking: 5 cars in the lot across the street
  • Availability: year-round for meetings, training classes, programs
  • Available weekdays or weekends. 
Larchmont Girl Scout House, Larchmont

Larchmont  / Mamaroneck House
90 Harmon Drive
Larchmont, NY 10538

Until 1938, this building served as the little brick railroad station for the “Bump and Wobble” or the Boston-Westchester commuter train.  Since then, the Larchmont Mamaroneck House has been well used by Girl Scouts.

This space has one large meeting room, a large kitchen with appliances, and an indoor and outdoor fireplace.

  • Overnight Capacity: 25-30
  • Day Capacity: 60
  • Parking: 10 cars
  • Availability: year-round for meetings, training classes, and programs
  • Available weekdays and weekends. 
New Rochelle House, New Rochelle

New Rochelle House
971 North Avenue
New Rochelle, NY 10801

This house was built by the Girl Scout community in 1951. It includes two large rooms with fireplaces (one on each floor), a kitchen with appliances, and a stage on the main level.

  • Overnight Capacity: 30-35
  • Day Capacity: 70
  • Parking: 3 cars in driveway; street parking permitted
  • Availability: year-round for meetings, training classes, programs
  • Available weekdays or weekends 
Pleasantville Program Center, Pleasantville

Pleasantville Program Center  (also GSHH Regional Office) 
2 Great Oak Lane
Pleasantville, NY 10570

Also used as the headquarters for Girl Scouts Heart of the Hudson, the Pleasantville Program Center has 13 offices, and a council shop in addition to 2 small kitchens, a stage, a meeting room, and a 4,500 sq. ft. gymnasium. 

  • Overnight Capacity: 24
  • Day Capacity: 20 in meeting room; 90 (sitting) – 170 (standing) in gym 
  • Parking: 45 cars on site. Street parking is available, however, the village requests that we use the nearby public lots for additional parking.
  • Availability: year-round for meetings, training classes, and programs 
  • Available weekdays or weekends 
  • Not available during Cookie Season or GSHH Programs
Port Chester House, Port Chester

Port Chester House
64 Parkway Drive
Port Chester, NY 10573

The Port Chester House has a large room with fireplace and kitchen with appliances upstairs and a large meeting room downstairs.

  • Overnight Capacity: 25-30
  • Day Capacity: 60 on each level
  • Parking: Street parking only
  • Availability: year-round for meetings, training classes, and programs
  • Available weekdays or weekends
Rumsey Road House, Yonkers

Rumsey Road
350 Rumsey Road
Yonkers, NY 10705

This Girl Scout space was acquired with the profits from the sale of Girl Scout cookies and was opened in 1961. The House has a meeting room and a kitchen with appliances. There is a tenant in resident in an apartment connected to the house.

  • Overnight Capacity: 20
  • Day Capacity: 50
  • Parking: 2 cars
  • Availability: year-round for meetings, training classes, and programs
  • Available weekdays or weekends 
Tuckahoe Eastchester House, Eastchester

Tuckahoe Eastchester (Tuck-East) House
119 Highland Avenue
Eastchester, NY 10709

Built in 1958, this house was made possible by the profits from Girl Scout cookies. Tuck-East has meeting spaces on booth floors, kitchen facilities with appliances, two fireplaces, and a downstairs stage.

The outdoor steps are similar to the “Singing Steps” at Edith Macy National Conference Center. In the summer, it is the site of Rocky Brook Day Camp.

  • Overnight Capacity: 24
  • Day Capacity: 50 on each floor
  • Parking: 15 cars
  • Availability: year-round for meetings, training classes, and programs
  • Available weekdays or weekends
  • Not available during summer camp season

 

Instructions on how to rent our properties

Properties are now available for the 2019 Membership Year!

Our properties fill quickly, so make your reservations as soon as possible.  

Important:  Troops, at least 2 registered adults and 5 girls, must have an active 2019 Membership before reservations can be made.  

First Time Users:  You need to create a profile with a User ID and Password.   Click here to get started.

Returning Users:  Once you have your User ID and Password, please  click here to make future reservations.   

Have a question? Please email us at  property@girlscoutshh.org