Celia Lane Little House
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.
The Celia Lane Little House is available for troop camping and various day activities and events by reservation from September through the 2nd week of May.
Troops can request troop camping 6 months outto the date. In the summer, the Celia Lane Little House hosts our Day Camp programs.
The Celia Lane Little House recognizes the same holiday schedule as the Council Service Center
The maximum capacity is 50 people per day and a maximum capacity of 20 for overnight use. Tent camping is not permitted.
Tent camping is not permitted.
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.
Gaga Pit: Gaga is a fast paced, high energy sport played in an octagonal pit. The more players the better! Dubbed a kinder gentler version of dodge ball, the game is played with a soft foam ball, and combines the skills of dodging, striking, running, and jumping, while trying to hit opponents with a ball below the knees. Players need to keep moving to avoid getting hit by the ball. Fun and easy, everyone gets a serious workout. Instructions and balls are located on site.
Beatrice the Butterfly: This is one of the many Environmental patches that can be earned by visiting GSC properties. Girls will learn about Butterflies and other insects that are native to Celia Lane as well as other activities. A digital copy of the manual will be sent 2 weeks prior to arrival. Instructions and supplies for all the activities are provided on location. Each session runs approximately 3 hours.
Mailbox Trails: Are a unique outdoor educational opportunity with activities at each mailbox. These trails are a great way to get familiar with the camp grounds and learn about environmental science. Each mailbox includes instruction and materials for self-led activities. Completion time for each trail varies based on: age of the group, size of the group and weather. Please allow at least 1-2 hours per trail.