Troop Camper Certification
Who should take Troop Camper Certification?
One adult per troop participating in:
a. Outdoor campfires or activities using indoor fireplaces
b. Camping when meals are not provided
c. Camping when meals are cooked using propane, butane, charcoal, solar cooking,
wood fires, or hibachi.
d. Camping at campgrounds on your own, not part of a community encampment
- Overnight Orientation Self-Study must be completed 2 weeks before taking this course.
Troop Camper Certification is a two-part course. Part 1 is a 3-hour planning session for Part 2, covering skills, planning, safety and outdoor cooking methods. Part 2 is a 6-hour outdoor experience that covers propane stoves, fire building, outdoor cooking, camping skills and hiking.
What to Wear: Please wear comfortable shoes and dress for the weather when attending
Part 2 at camp.
Cost: $9.50 covers the cost of a copy of Outdoor Education in Girl Scouting. Please make check payable to GSNNJ or you may pay via credit card on your registration form.
Troop Camper Certification, Part 1 & 2 must always be taken together. You will be part of a patrol formed during Part 1 and this patrol will work together during Part 2. These modules may NOT be mixed and matched.
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