Girl Scouting offers many safe and unique travel opportunities for girls of all ages to see new places, meet new people, and learn about different cultures. Travel Pathway programs offer girls, regardless of previous Girl Scout involvement, leadership opportunities through regional, national and international travel.
Girls are encouraged to explore their world and learn what they can do to make it better through travel program activities and service projects. Whether you are a Brownie going on an overnight, a Junior participating in a trip to the capital or a teen heading off to another country, Girl Scouts are constantly expanding their horizons.
The Travel Pathway: Is available to any girl regardless of previous Girl Scouting involvement.
Offers troop/group, council and GSUSA initiated destinations.
Incorporates the Girl Scout Leadership Experience processes: girl-led, learning by doing, and cooperative learning
Presents girls with opportunities to prepare, plan, money-earn and participate in travel opportunities
Engages and supports both existing and new volunteers
Kentucky’s Wilderness Road is recruiting enthusiastic volunteers who want to mentor girls in the travel pathways. Love to travel – this may be the pathway for you! For more information on how you get involved, contact Susan Miller, Program Services Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Troops can travel too! For help traveling to another state, Juliette Gordon Low’s Birthplace in Savannah, International World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts Centers, etc, please contact Susan Miller. Troops that travel are required to complete an Extended Troop Trip Packet.
Please check out the Volunteer Training page on the website that has to do with Travel and Field Trips.
Girl Scout Destinations is a Girl Scout activity for girls 11-17 that goes beyond the troop or group experience. These special events are sponsored by Girl Scout councils around the country, Girl Scouts of the USA and other collaborators, and are open to all Girl Scouts who meet the qualifications. Check out the Girl Scout Destinations page and read all about it!
GSUSA Website has information about the destinations offered each year. The application and reference forms are on this website. In most cases girls apply for destinations in the early fall and travel in the summer.
For a more complete listing of our Girl Scout trips, check out our program calendar.
Check the program calendar frequently as trips are constantly being added!
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