Mah-Kah-Wee Program Center
Reservations for Troop/Group Camping and Camporee’s will open July 1st, 2021, for the fall of 2021.
We are very excited to welcome girls, volunteers, and staff back on our properties. This Summer we will have a variety of Summer Camps and programs at Mah-Kah-Wee, Riverpoint and Pine Castle!
Property reservations are now open on a rolling calendar 6 months from now:
All properties will also host a variety of Council Sponsored trainings, programs, and events.
At this time Celia Lane is closed until further notice.
Before attending any type of event or activity always be sure to review and inform all participants about specific health and safety guidelines. Follow all guidelines and paperwork submissions.
This 250-acre site is located in Chuluota, just east of Orlando in Seminole county. Purchased in 1970, Mah-Kah-Wee, which means “Earth Maiden,” received its name as a result of a troop contest and was dedicated on March 7, 1971.
Located on Merritt Island in Brevard County, this 24 acre site includes the Alford Lodge, built before 1880, that was renovated by Citrus Council in 1976. The lodge faces the Banana River while the west side of the property faces Sykes Creek.
With beautiful views of the Banana River and Sykes Creek on both sides of our Riverpoint property, it makes outdoor activities look like luxury.
The Alford Lodge is located on Merritt Island in Brevard County and
offers Girl Scouts and our community partners a serene outdoor
Eustis Scout House is located in Lake County and is a great facility
for meetings and small events.
The quaint one room house is air conditioned and has tables and chairs. The kitchen has a stove, microwave, refrigerator, sink, limited counter space and cooking equipment. There is one bathroom and one shower available. Mops, brooms, toilet paper and garbage bags are provided. Troops must bring cleaning supplies for kitchen, bathroom and floors.
The Eustis Scout House sits adjacent to Sunset Park in Eustis. The park has covered picnic tables, playground, basketball court and plenty of green space for activities
In 1940, the Melbourne Rotary Club made an incredible contribution to the Girl Scout experience of Citrus Council with the donation of the Melbourne Scout House.
More than 60 years later, major renovations have added to the security and comfort of this Brevard property.
There is an air conditioned common area with tables and chairs and a large screened porch with picnic tables with a portable grill for troop use. Air mattresses/mats can be brought in or girls can sleep in sleeping bags on the floor. Tent camping is not permitted. The kitchen has a stove, refrigerator, sink, cabinets with limited counter space and cooking equipment. There are two bathrooms, each with a toilet and a sink.
There are NO showers available. Mops, brooms, toilet paper and garbage bags are provided. Troops must bring cleaning supplies for the kitchen, bathrooms and floors.
Grills are not available in the park. Troops may fish from the park's pier with an adult present that has the required Basic Water Safety training or equivalent. Cane poles are provided but troops need to bring their own tackle and must provide their own bait.
Located in Orange County, this Scout House was donated to Girl Scouts of Citrus by the Lillian D. Wells estate in 2009. Its large backyard and beautiful old oak tree make it perfect for outdoor events.
There is an air conditioned common area with tables, chairs and picnic tables. The kitchen has a stove, refrigerator, sink, limited counter space and cooking equipment. Air mattresses/mats can be brought in or girls can sleep in sleeping bags on the floor.
Tent camping is permitted. There are two bathrooms, each with a toilet and sink. There is only one shower available. Mops, brooms, toilet paper and garbage bags are provided.
Troops must bring cleaning supplies for kitchen, bathrooms and floors. There is a big backyard with a grill, picnic tables and a fire circle.
The Celia Lane Little House has been a second “home” to many girls
since 1940. It is located near downtown Orlando, just 10 minutes from
the Council Service Center near Dickson Azalea Park.
There is a large air conditioned common area that has a fireplace, tables and chairs. Air mattresses/mats can be brought in or girls can sleep in sleeping bags on the floor. There is a supply of wood available for the fireplace; you will need to provide your own approved fire-starters. Cooking is not permitted in the fireplace.
There is a full kitchen with limited cooking supplies. There is also an induction oven that only specific induction pots can be used on it (there is a set on location) Mops, brooms and garbage bags are provided. Troops must bring their own cleaning supplies for kitchen, bathroom and floors. There are two bathrooms: one with two toilets, two sinks and one shower and one with wheelchair accessible toilet, sink and shower. There are also grills and a fire circle in the backyard. Troops must bring ice.
Thank you for your understanding and if you have any questions please feel free to contact Aimee Beauchamp at email@example.com.