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Registration Process Confirmations Cancellation Policy and Refund Policy. Registration Process, 1 Decide what day or overnight use camping unit your troop group would like to reserve. 2 Read the appropriate Safety Activity Checkpoints for the activities planned All overnight. camping events require one trained facilitator in Outdoor Camp Skills At Camp and a CPR FA. trained facilitator for each unit reserved, 3 Troops can purchase and complete the online registration for property reservations 3 months. in advance in Doubleknot, Confirmation Process, 1 Once your property reservation has been processed through Doubleknot with full payment. you will receive an automated email notification for your purchase. 2 Council will send an email confirmation on the Wednesday prior to your camp date which will. contain the gate codes and equipment depot codes, Cancellation Process. The total fee and deposit are refunded if the event is cancelled by GSGCF staff Please note all. property reservations are rain or shine unless cancelled by GSGCF staff. Refund Process for Troops, 1 30 days prior to camp date full amount paid will be refunded.
2 29 15 days prior to camp date half amount paid will be refunded. 3 14 days or less prior to camp date NO REFUND, Refund exceptions are handled on a case by case basis To request a refund please email. property gsgcf org or call during business hours Tuesday Friday 941 921 5358 or. 800 232 4475 ext 301, Property Assistance property gsgcf org or call during business hours Tuesday Friday. 941 921 5358 or 800 232 4475 ext 301, Customer Care if you need assistance you may email or contact Customer Care at. customercare gsgcf org or call 941 921 5358 or 800 232 4475 press 8 for online assistance. Business hours are Tuesday Friday 7 30am 5 30pm, SERVICE UNITS. Registration Process, 1 Service units can reserve camp up to 6 months prior to reservation date After December 1st.
use the Service Unit Camp Site Reservation Form, 2 Submit the reservation form along with a 100 deposit to reserve the date s by presenting or. mailing the reservation form to Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida Inc 4780 Cattlemen Road. Sarasota FL 34233, 3 Balance due must be paid in full 30 days prior to the reservation date. 4 Failure to pay the balance due will result in cancellation of the reservation and loss of the. Confirmation Process, 1 When the requested dates are approved the event coordinator contact will receive a. confirmation receipt via email, 2 The week prior to the camp date s a confirmation email will be sent to the event coordinator. contact that contains the gate codes and equipment depot codes. Cancellation Process, The total fee and deposit are refunded if the event is cancelled by GSGCF staff Please note all.
property reservations are rain or shine unless cancelled by GSGCF staff. Refund Process, 1 60 days prior to the reserved date full refund of amount paid. 2 59 45 days prior to reserved date half of the amount paid will be refunded. 3 44 days prior to reserved date NO REFUND, 4 Less than two weeks prior to the reserved date service unit will be charged a cancellation. fee 150 as this does not allow others to reserve, Refund exceptions are handled on a case by case basis To request a refund please email. property gsgcf org or call during business hours Tuesday Friday 941 921 5358 or. 800 232 4475 ext 301, Property Assistance property gsgcf org or call during business hours Tuesday Friday. 941 921 5358 or 800 232 4475 ext 301, Customer Care if you need assistance you may email or contact Customer Care at.
customercare gsgcf org or call 941 921 5358 or 800 232 4475 press 8 for online assistance. Business hours are Tuesday Friday 7 30am 5 30pm, Troop Camping Service Unit Camping Day Use. Please remember that the use of Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida s properties is regulated by. governmental agencies including the local fire and county health departments Some of the following. site use regulations keep the council in compliance with their direction others are necessary for health. and safety of those using the property We also comply with all guidelines set forth by Girl Scouts of. the USA GSUSA including the Safety Activity Checkpoints Volunteer Essentials Risk Management. as well as the American Camp Association ACA standards. Troops service units groups planning to reserve camp units must have the required trained and. certified camp volunteers, Troop Camping, Currently registered troops are eligible to register for camping at both of our camps Camps are open. year round and are available for troops to reserve up to 3 months in advance to the reservation date. For overnight camping each troop must provide a trained First Aid and Child Adult CPR adult and an. adult trained facilitator who has completed the Outdoor Camp Skills At Camp Training per unit Online. reservations are for troops only, Service Unit Camping. Council service units are eligible to reserve the entire camp or units at both of our camps Camps are. open year round and service units must submit the Service Unit Reservation Form with a 100 00. deposit to reserve by presenting or mailing the reservation form and deposit to Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast. Florida 4780 Cattlemen Rd Sarasota FL 34233 For overnight camping the service unit must provide. a trained First Aid and Child Adult CPR adult and an adult facilitator who has completed the Outdoor. Camp Skills At Camp Training per unit Service units can place reservations up to 6 months in. advance using the downloadable form Service Unit Camp Site Reservation form. Council Golf Cart Use Service Units only This item is not available to troops. 1 The volunteer will be given the location of the golf cart and key in camp confirmation. 2 The assigned volunteer has responsibility for keeping track of the key during the camp stay. ensuring only assigned adults 18 and up are driving and that it is used properly as well as left. cleaner than found, 3 The cart will already have gas in it for use If there is a need to add gas you will need to contact. the Girl Scout Council at 921 5358 push 3 emergency line and then push 2 property line to. reach a staff member to assist you, 4 The cart can ONLY be driven by adults age 18 and over.
5 One additional person can ride the cart on the front seat with the driver Please insure that this. individual is secure before moving cart, 6 Cart can be utilized to transport your items in the back cargo box Passengers are not permitted. to ride in the cargo box, 7 When not in use the key should be positioned to OFF or assigned volunteer keeps key. 8 The cart must be completely emptied of trash debris at end of use. 9 The cart should be wiped down if anything is spilled on it during use. 10 The cart should be parked on the driveway in between the back of the lodge and the lodge. restrooms upon departure from camp, 11 The cart can be driven only on camp roads and cannot EVER be driven off site. 12 The key should be placed under the front seat seat lifts at the seat bars. 13 PLEASE discontinue use of cart if you hear a noise or it does not seem to run properly Report. any problems with it on your Checkout List for Camp form. Day Use and Tours, Most camps have buildings that troops and service units can reserve for daytime events Troops groups. must provide adults to meet Safety Activity Checkpoints requirements including an adult trained. facilitator in First Aid and Child Adult CPR, To schedule a tour please send an email to property gsgcf org for approval.
Sleeping Arrangements, At camp as on all trips it is recommended that all adults sleep separately from girls For Girl Scout. Daises and Brownies as long as there are two female adults who are not married blood related or. sharing a household and a minimum of two girls in any sleeping quarter troops groups may create their. own sleeping arrangement within their unit Please read the section in Volunteer Essentials and. Pathway Troop Group Policy on adults in sleeping areas with girls All volunteers must adhere to. Volunteer Essentials and Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida Inc Volunteer Policies Guidelines and. Procedures for all overnight activities, Ensure the safety of sleeping areas Always provide separate sleeping and bathroom. facilities for the adult males, Ensure the following. Each participant has her own bed, Parent guardian permission must be obtained if girls are to share a bed. Adults and girls never share a bed, It is not mandatory that an adult sleep in the sleeping area tent cabin or.
designated area with the girls If an adult female does share the sleeping. area there should always be two unrelated adult females present. During He and Me overnight events in which girls share sleeping. accommodations with males ensure the details are clearly explained in. parent guardian permission slip, Males In an Overnight Setting. A male can sleep in a cabin tent or room with his wife. A male can sleep in a cabin tent or room with his wife and child. Males must sleep separately from the girls, Males must have separate bath shower facilities from the girls. Family Camping is not permitted as camp is designed for multiple troop groups. Sharing Units, To serve as many girls as possible units activities and program spaces may need to be shared or. combined at times to allow for everyone to participate If this is required by your group we will contact. you ahead of time to make you aware of the details If for some reason your troop activity does not lend. itself to sharing the unit you have the option to reserve and purchase the entire unit If you have men. staying the night you must reserve and purchase the entire unit. Getting Ready to Camp, Make sure you have an adult trained facilitator in First Aid and Child Adult CPR. Outdoor Camp Skills At Camp adult trained facilitator. Review Safety Activity Checkpoints, Review Camp Rules.
Review the Registration Process Confirmations Cancellation Policy and Refund Policy. Review Frequently Asked Questions, Review Volunteer Essentials Safety chapter. Leaving Camp, Please remember to use your Kaper Chart and assign girls to clean. Bath houses, Unit houses, Sleeping areas, Fire circle. Ground areas in the unit, When leaving camp please leave the Camp Check Out List for every unit site used in the mailbox by. the front gate, Zika Information, Be sure to familiarize yourself with the information about the Zika virus and mosquito protection that.
appears in the FAQ section of this document, Other Resources. Countdown Checklist, Grocery Planning Chart, Camp Readiness Quiz. WHAT TROOPS MUST BRING, First aid kit, Toilet paper and paper towels wiping towels gloves enough for the whole group. Soap anti bacterial soap is not biodegradable and should not be used. Cleaning supplies, Trash bags recommend 50 55 gallon size. Serving and eating equipment, Mess kits for each participant.
Firewood charcoal and or propane canister size is 16 4 ounces. Note liquid fire starters and Match Lite charcoal are not permitted Only appropriate fire. starters are allowed refer to Outdoor Camp Skills At Camp training resources for more. information, Oil to coat Cast Iron items as trained in Outdoor Skills At Camp. While at camp maintain the Leave No Trace ethics and recycle as many items as possible. Be sure to place all trash in garbage cans do not bury or burn Dispose of all trash in the. dumpster or recycling containers located at both camp properties before leaving. Girl Scouts leave places cleaner than they found them. SITE EQUIPMENT, Equipment is provided for your convenience and is available for all campers to use during their stay. All equipment should be thoroughly cleaned sanitized and prepped for the next users Dutch ovens. cast iron fry pans and griddles should be cleaned and oiled after use Troops are responsible for all. damages repairs and the replacement costs of any damaged equipment. Unit Equipment, Two fire pails garbage cans, Shovel rake. Brooms and dustpan, Loppers and mallet, Propane lantern and two stoves bring your own propane fuel canister size 16 4 ounces. Fire extinguisher, Mattresses for indoor units only.
Picnic tables, Wheelbarrows for assistance in transporting your camping gear to or from your camping unit. Please return the wheelbarrow to its lock site after use Please be considerate and return these. timely 20 minutes as there are only a few wheelbarrows on site with multiple troops camping At. Camp Honi Hanta these are located near the front entrance across from the Lodge At Camp. Caloosa these are located just beyond the front gate Passengers are not permitted to be. transported in wheelbarrows Girls and adults are not to use the wheelbarrows for rides No. Cooking Equipment, Two Dutch ovens, Two cast iron griddles. Two cast iron fry pans, Two aluminum stock pans, Three plastic dishpans. COOKING AND CAMPFIRES, Campfires must be built in designated fire circles only The camps do not provide firewood to. campers so please come prepared If you have leftover wood please leave a neat woodpile for. the next camper, Three choices of cooking per unit.
Fire circle bring own wood and fire starters, Grill bring own charcoal. One propane stove bring own propane fuel canister size 16 4 ounces. Fire pail with water must be used in all fire circles Liquid fire starters and Match Lite charcoal. 1 30 days prior to camp date full amount paid will be refunded 2 29 15 days prior to camp date half amount paid will be refunded 3 14 days or less prior to camp date NO REFUND Refund exceptions are handled on a case by case basis To request a refund please email property gsgcf org

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