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MONTHS OPEN TO CAMPERS: April 1st - November 15th   

CONTACT INFORMATION:                                                                             Camp Phone Number: 606-768-2629                                                     Address: 1487 Camp Judy Layne Rd., Wellington, KY 40387

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Click here to download a Camp Reservation Request

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Some of our camp properties may be temporarily closed intermittently for renovations and safety improvements for our campers. Camp Richard Clark will be unavailable for day and overnight use this spring and Camp Shawano, Camp Judy Layne, Camp Cardinal and Camp Whippoorwill will have limited reservations during 2019. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause your group.

Please call us at 800-475-2621 or email us at camp@gswrc.org to see if your dates are available!

Steps on how to reserve a unit for Troop Camping:
  1. How do I reserve a unit for my troop? Email camp@gswrc.org  or call us at 859-293-2621 EXT 2170 to check for availability. When sending an email or leaving a message, please give us the following information. Your name, troop number, phone number, camp you want to stay at, unit you are interested in, and your requested reservation dates. We will contact you if the date you have requested is available.
  2. How do I make my reservation final? Once we have confirmed that the unit you requested is available you will download the Camp Reservation Request Form. Fill out the form and either email the written form to camp@gswrc.org or mail/bring into the Lexington Girl Scout office. The address is Lexington Service Center 2277 Executive Drive Lexington, KY 40505. Please make sure to lable the envelope Camp Department when mailing in the form. Please make sure to include your payment when mailing/bringing in your reservation request form.  
  3.  How do I pay for my unit? All payments can be made over the phone. Please call the Lexington shop at 859-293-2621 and be ready to give the front desk your camping information (your name, camp, unit, and dates.) If you wish to not pay over the phone please mail in your check to the Lexington Girl Scout office. All troops must mail/bring in a $50 deposit check that is only cashed if any damage has been done to the unit after your stay. Please make sure that you write a seperate check for the $50 deposit!
  4. How do I know that my reservation is final? Once we recieve your reservation request form, payment, and $50 deposit check you will then recieve a confirmation letter. All confirmation letters are sent through email.   
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FROM I-64: Take Exit 133 towards Farmers, then follow 801 to 1274, then left at 2023 Camp Judy Layne Road and camp will be at the end of the road.

Camp is approximately 77 miles from the Lexington Service Center.

About Camp Judy Layne: Camp Judy Layne is 183 acres nestled in Eastern Kentucky in Morgan County. It is surrounded by the Daniel Boone National Forest and just a few miles from Cave run Lake. We offer weeklong stay away camp (summer resident camp) during the summer, weekend adventure opportunities and self-direct activities. The overnight capacity at this camp is 154. 

Lookout Tent Unit

Description - 

Five tent platforms (sleeps 4 each), water spigot, main bathouse, fire circle, and shelter.

Each tent has four cots and mattresses. Each tent sleeps four campers. Tents do not include bedding. Campers must bring their own pillow, sheets, blanket and or sleeping bag. 

The shelter has electirc with picnic tables and benches. 

The main bathouse has four private shower stalls and four private toilet stalls. Includes two handicap stalls with shower, toilet and sink. This building serves as the camps storm shelter during inclement weather. The main bathouse is available to all campers. You are responsible for cleaning the bathouse after usage.  

Sleeping Capacity - 20

Girl Scout Fees - $15/night

Non-Scout Fees - $25/night

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Whippoorwill Bunkhouses

Description - 

Two bunkhouses (sleeps 8 each,) bathouse with three bathrooms and showers, kitchen attached to the bath house, fire circle, and shelter. 

Each bunkhouse has eight cots and mattresses. Each Bunkhouse has electric to plug in floor fans and heaters. Bedding is not included. Campers must bring their own pillow, sheets, blanket and or sleeping bag.

Shelter has electric with picnic tables and benches.

Bathouse includes three individual bathrooms with toilet, shower and sink. The kitchen is attached to the bathouse and includes a stove, refrigerator, microwave, and sink. Cooking utensils not included. Please bring your own cooking untensils.  

Sleeping Capacity - 16

Girl Scout Fees - $35/night

Non-Scout Fees - $50/night

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CIT Tent Unit

Description - 

Six tent platforms (sleeps 4 each), fire circle, water spigot, Bathouse with three bathrooms and showers, kitchenette and shelter.

Each tent has four cots and mattresses. Each tent sleeps four camper. Tents do not include bedding. Campers must bring their own pillow, sheets, blanket and or sleeping bag. 

The shelter has electric with picnic tables and benches. 

Bathouse includes three individual bathrooms with toilet, shower, and sink. The kitchen is attached to the bathouse and includes a stove, refrigerator, microwave, and sink. Cooking untensils not included. Please bring your own untensils.  

Sleeping Capacity - 24

Girl Scout Fees - $25/night

Non-Scout Fees - $50/night

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Keeneland Cabin Unit

Description - 

Three pod Cabins (sleeps 8 each with one cabin the sleeps 10), water spigot, fire circle, shelter, and latrines.

Each cabin has four bunkbeds and sleeps eight each. One of the three cabins has an additional room for the leaders. The leaders room is located in the back of the cabin and has one bunkbed that sleeps two. A refrigerator and microwave is included in the leaders room. Each cabin has electricity and is heated by wall heaters and cooled by floor fans. 

The shelter has electric with picnic tables and benches. There is a stone fireplace in the shelter that can be used for cooking meals. 

The latrines are your bathroom facility for this unit but you are welcome to use the bathouse. 

Sleeping Capacity - 26

Girl Scout Fees - $35/night

Non-Scout Fees - $50/night

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Charlotte's Web Cabin Unit

Description - 

Three pod Cabins (sleeps 8 each with one cabin that sleeps 10), fire circle, water spigot, shelter, and latrines. 

Each cabin has four bunkbeds and sleeps eight each. One of the cabins has an additional room for the leader. The leaders room is located in the back of the cabin and has one bunkbed that sleeps two. A refrigerator and microwave is included in the leaders room. Each cabin has electricity and is heated by wall heaters and cooled by floor fans. 

The shelter has electric with picnic tables and benches. Theres is a stone fireplace in the shelter that can be used for cooking meals. 

The latrines are your bathroom facility for this unit. 

Sleeping Capacity - 26

Girl Scout Fees - $35/night

Non-Scout Fees - $50/night

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Bath House

Description -

The main bathouse has four privet shower stalls and four privet toilet stalls. Includes two handicap stalls with shower, toilet and sink. This building serves as the camps storm shelter during inclement weather. The main bathouse is available to all campers. You are responsible for cleaning the bathouse after usage.

Girl Scout & Non-Scout Fees - Included

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ABC Lodge/Infirmary

Description - 

Lodge with kitchen, bathroom & shower, leader’s room, open area, heat and air conditioning.

Lodge includes and open area for eating and sleeping. The open area includes ten cots with mattresses, a couch, and a small table with chairs. The leaders room has two cots with mattresses. Bedding is not included. Campers must bring their own pillow, sheets, blanket and or sleeping bag. The unit has one bathroom with toilet, shower and sink. A small kitchen area is included with refrigerator, oven, stove, two sinks, and cooking utensils.  

Sleeping Capacity - 12

Girl Scout Fees - $50/night

Non-Scout Fees - $100/night

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Climbing Tower

Description - 

40 foot tall climbing tower & 200 foot zip line (Requires certified facilitator for use). For information contact the Camp  Director at 859-293-2621 or camp@gswrc.org.

Girl Scout Fees - $15/person

Non-Scout Fees - $25/person

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Potential Other Activities

Description-

Hiking trails, archery, amphitheatre, jumping pillow, and canoing. Some of the activities require certified facilitators. For more information contact the Camp Director at 859-293-2621 or camp@gswrc.org.

The listed activities are free to all campers except for canoing and archery. You must have a certified facilitator for canoing and archery. 

Girl Scout Fees: $5 a person/day

Non-Scout Fees: $10 a person/day

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Dining Hall & Kitchen

Description-

Large open space with stone fire place. The dining hall is heated by the fireplace and cooled by vent fans. Equipped with fold out tables and benches. Includes bowls, plates, cups, and untensils. The dining hall can serve up to 120 at one time. 

Large industrial kitchen equipped with walk in cooler, commercial dishwater, large prep area, and cooking equipment. Includes a bathroom in the back with toilet and handwashing sink.  

Girl Scout Fees: $25/day

Non-Scout Fees: $50/day

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Cross Lake

Description-

Pond with canoeing (Requires certified lifeguard for use. For more information contact the Camp Director at 859-293-2621 or camp@gswrc.org). NO SWIMMING!

Girl Scout Fees: $5 a person/day

Non-Scout Fees: $10 a person/day

Barrett Craft House

Description-

Craft and activity building with water and electric. Includes tables and chairs. Art supplies is not included. You must bring your own art supplies.

Girl Scout Fees: $20/day

Non-Scout Fees: $40/day

Day Activity Use

Description -

Use of camp without overnight stay. 

Girl Scout Fees - $2.00 a person per day

Non-Scout Fees - $5.00 a person per day

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DESIGNATED STORM SHELTER AREA IS UNDERNEATH THE KITCHEN AT THE DINING HALL – please familiarize yourself and your campers with all safety procedures on arrival.

Due to camp property improvements we are not offering the climbing tower, archery, canoeing or teams course to individual troops camping this spring or renting to non-scout groups. Please check the TAP calendar for Fall Adventure Days.