Camp Sacajawea sits atop Casper Mountain, high above the city of Casper, Wyoming. The camp consists of 140 acres and is a combination of steep wooded acreage and open areas offering vista views into the distance.
The first Girl Scout camp at Camp Sacajawea was held in 1936. Tents were used for sleeping quarters and one large tent served as a dining room.
Many additions and improvements to the facilities have been made since that first camp and the modern Camp Sacajawea has facilities clustered in the central part of the acreage. A newer lodge forms the central hub of the camp, including the dining hall, office, and infirmary. Girl housing is in various forms — traditional platform tent units, cabins, a bunk house, and several yurts (unique circular wood lattice-framed dwellings).
If interested in reserving Camp Sacajawea, please refer to the following documents: