Camp Daisy Hindman is located approximately 20 miles southwest of Topeka, Kansas and has 160 acres of natural beauty with wooded areas, hills, and open fields. Established in 1929, Camp Daisy has been offering girls an opportunity to experience Girl Scouting in the outdoors for 85 years! Camp Daisy has a horse barn, lake for fishing and canoeing, a sprayground, archery field, and lots of trails for hiking!
Living arrangements vary from platform tents to A-Frame cabins to brand new cabins. In some camp programs, girls pitch tents on the ground. A-frame cabins sleep 8 girls on cots. A platform tent is a full canvas tent with a wooden floor that sleeps 4 girls on cots. Camp Daisy’s newest cabins sleep 6 girls on bunk beds. All units have access to storm shelters, latrines and unit houses. Campers shower in warm water showers located by the sprayground. Counselors stay in centrally located cabins or tents near the campers.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Camp Daisy is a place where variety and adventure fill every day! Campers enjoy doing lots of different activities—things like archery, canoeing, crafts, campfires, cookouts, and hiking. Living in a group with girls your own age, planning and cooking a meal, and keeping your area of camp in good shape are all part of the fun! Many campers return year after year and look forward to reconnecting with their camp friends and building leadership skills.