Mary Ann Beebe Center is 295 acres located between Harvard and
Woodstock. Pockets of water spread out across the property, providing
habitats for various wildlife. Water fowl love the area! From whooping
cranes to wood ducks, the camp has many resident feathered friends.
The woodlands are populated with burr, white, and red oaks, great open
grasslands, and a high-quality managed wetland of about 25 acres.
Troop camping is an essential part of the Girl Scout Leadership
Experience. Spending time outdoors at camp lets Girl Scouts try
different things, strengthen new skills, build confidence, and ignite
their interest in environmental stewardship. Whether earning badges,
working on a Journey, or just having fun, Girl Scout
troops are in for a fun time when they go to one of our camps!
If your troop is ready to go camping, or you need more information
about all of our camp properties then check out our GSNI
Troop Camp Guide!
Ready to visit Mary Ann Beeve? You will need to have an Active Net
Account in order to make a reservation. We suggest reading the
following guides to assist you:
When you are ready to make your reservation click on reserve today below.
A few reminders before you head out on your adeventure:
- Always confirm your resevation a week before you arrive by
calling the ranger.
- Make sure to read the facilities
- Print your camp confirmation
packet and bring the roster located on the back page.
- All facilitated and non-faciliated activities require a site
Click on an amenity below to learn more!
All recreation activities must be booked no later than three weeks
from desired date. Please review Safety
Click on each activity below, for more information.
us or call 1-844-GSNI-4-ME (1-844-476-4463).
Due to popular demand by GSNI troops and groups, and upcoming work
towards our Long Range Property Plan, GSNI will no longer be
accepting 3rd party reservations at our sites. Find out all the