With four camps, two cabins and an education center, there is something for everyone, and we welcome you!
Attend a camp program, go troop camping, get away for a few days, plan a special event or participate in a team building experience. We schedule fun Girl Scout programs throughout the year, but keep plenty of rental dates open for troops and groups.
Reserve your next getaway with an outing at one of our challenge course locations! Our challenge courses provide exciting team-building opportunities for groups and individuals to develop confidence, a collaborative spirit, and problem-solving skills. Led by ACCT-certified facilitators, activities are suitable for Girl Scout groups as well as churches, families, corporate groups, and sports teams.
Our low and high ropes courses at Camp Catron, Camp Cosmo, and Camp Maha present fun and unique challenges. Catch air on the Flying Squirrel at Camp Cosmo or with the five-station Soaring Hawk Zip Line Tour at Camp Crossed Arrows! Test your bravery and skills among the treetop on Eugene's Adventure Course then race your friends on the Dual Racing Zip Lines at Camp Catron.
Eugene’s Adventure Course is an exhilarating outdoor attraction at Camp Catron where Girl Scouts and the public can test their bravery and skills among the treetops.
The adventure course takes you to heights of about 35-feet and features 16 elements suspended along two levels—including rope bridges, swinging logs, angled pipes, a cat walk, and more. Get ready to enjoy the forest view as you face your fears, sharpen your focus, grow your confidence, and strengthen bonds with your friends and teammates!
The course is named for the late Girl Scout benefactor and outdoor enthusiast, Eugene Catron, brother of Robert Catron. Be like Eugene and make happy memories in nature as you boldly step into new adventures!
Depending on group size, please plan for up to three hours to complete one level of the course and up to six hours for both levels. Up to fifteen people can be on the course at a time. For safety reasons, participants must be at least 10 years old and weigh between 65-275 pounds.
Eugene's Adventure Course
Eugene's Adventure Course and Low Ropes Course Combo Package
Camp Crossed Arrows is home to Nebraska’s first zip line tour! Open to the public, the five-station Soaring Hawk zips riders across prairies and through the woods. Zip lines are gaining in popularity in the United States after thrilling travelers for years in far-flung vacation spots—and Girl Scouts is excited to offer the Soaring Hawk to our members and thrill-seekers from across the region!
Not sure how it works? Riders are connected to a cable by a harness, which zips from one station to the next. Each run differs in height and length, providing riders a variety of thrills and views. Together, all the zip lines total about 1,950 feet. With walks in between zip line stations, total tour distance is about 3,590 feet.
Riders should plan for two to three hours to complete the tour, depending on group size. Groups may include a maximum of ten people. For safety reasons, riders must be at least 10 years old and weigh between 65-275 pounds.
Soaring Hawk Zip Line Tour
Soaring Hawk Zip Line Tour and Low Ropes Combo Package
Ready for a full day of zipping and fun on a low ropes course? Elevate your Camp Crossed Arrows experience by signing up for a combo challenge. Special pricing is available for adventurers who aim to test themselves on our low ropes and soar over the treetops in the same day! Time slots are 9 a.m.–4 p.m. and 1–7 p.m.
CORPORATE, NON PROFIT, AND GROUPS
Please note groups intending to rent a Spirit of Nebraska property will be required to provide:
Insurance is available for Girl Scout groups taking extended trips (longer than three days and two nights) and for non-members who participate in Girl Scout activities. Contact your area Troop Support Specialist to purchase additional insurance.
If minors will be on site, a First Aid/CPR-certified person must be on site and provide proof of certification.
FORMS AND DOCUMENTS
Please complete the "Group or Troop Attendee Roster" and provide to camp staff upon arrival and check-in.
Need assistance or have questions? Contact us by email or call 402.558.8189.