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Our Camps

Get away with your friends and stay at one of Girl Scouts of Central Illinois’ camps.

Sleep under the stars in a tent or have a slumber party in a cabin. Come for summer camp or on the weekend with your troop. A variety of experiences awaits you at each camp. Read about what our different camp properties have to offer and see which one is right for your outing. We are proud to offer such beautiful natural places for girls to discover.


Camp Kiwanis
Camp Kiwanis is a 55-acre forested camp facility adjacent to Lake of the Woods Forest Preserve and the American Heritage Museum. Located 12 miles from Champaign, it features three lodges. Environmental education, creative arts, canoeing, and archery are highlights of the programs offered here. Camp Kiwanis is ACA Accredited.



Camp Tapawingo
Camp Tapawingo is a 640-acre camp facility located 15 miles from Peoria. The cornerstone of this property is its Equestrian Center, where girls learn horseback riding skills and horse care. The Center includes state-of-the-art stables with an indoor air-conditioned classroom, and a barn classroom, along with an 80’x160’ indoor riding arena with an observation area. A large outdoor riding arena completes the Equestrian Center. Mary Morgan Lodge, a 12,000 square-foot multi-level, air-conditioned dining hall, trading post and program center, is the point where all campers gather for meals. Camp Tapawingo also features an in-ground pool, adventure course, ropes course, archery, canoeing, and miles of hiking trails. Campers utilize three main rustic living units - Setting Sun, Shining Star, and Spirit Cabins. All units have indoor bathrooms and running water. Camp Tapawingo is ACA Accredited.



Camp Widjiwagan
Camp Widjiwagan, a 67-acre camp facility on Lake Springfield, is located six miles south of Springfield. The facility features an adventure course with a 40–foot climbing tower and zip line, three main lodges, an in-ground swimming pool, lake access for boating, platform tents, covered wagons, and an arts and crafts shack. Programming highlights include swimming, canoeing, creative arts, outdoor living skills, archery, and environmental education. Camp Widjiwagan is ACA Accredited.


Camp Kiwanis, Camp Tapawingo and Camp Widjiwagan are accredited by the American Camping Association.