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Come to Camp Roundelay for adventure, learning and fun! Boating, bog walking, swimming, horseback riding, archery, trips to faraway places and traditional Girl Scout camping, camp fires and crafts await girls of all ages. Camp Roundelay is, and has been, the epicenter for troop and resident camp fun and excitement for over 50 years.
Located in the Gordon-Wascott area of Wisconsin, near Minong, Camp Roundelay is located on 620 acres. It has two private lakes, a shower house, established waterfront and boating area, miles of hiking trails, amphitheater, and a horse ranch.
Year-round troop camping and summer troop camp with core-staff provide ample opportunity to enjoy the wonders and beauty of the north woods. Camp Roundelay offers resident camp opportunities for all age levels and has a strong older-girl program. Blacksocks Coffeehouse program gets girls excited about performing and speaking in front of their peers. The program was developed and happens at Camp Roundelay at least once a week during the summer.
Specialized programs include an established horse program, wilderness trips, troop camping, specialized resident camp sessions and a strong Counselor in Training (CIT) leadership program and general camp fun.
Andresen is our winterized facility that can accommodate 36 people for overnights and provides a nice base for day use. Over twenty cabin units are available in the warmer months for troop, family or community activities.
Interested in working at camp? Visit our Work at Camp Page.
Interested in renting? Visit our Property Rental Page.
Girl Scout volunteers bring members of their troop to enjoy the great outdoors. Our experienced, trained staff assist volunteers with specialty activities, such as horses, archery, waterfront, and outdoor skills. View the Troop Camp Guide...
Camp Roundelay is accredited by the American Camp Association.
Girls find new adventures and friends along the way! Our trained staff chaperone and guide girls, plus we've got a few sessions for families/adults to attend with girls. Plan now to make Girl Scout Camp a special part of your summer, and ours! View the Resident Camp Guide ...
Bring a friend
Girl Scouts can bring friends, even if they are not currently Girl Scouts. The friend's camp session costs the registration fee plus $15 and registers them as a Girl Scout. To bring a friend, complete separate registrations and mail in the same envelope. Girls must put each other's name on the registration form and register for the same session.