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Camp Cedarledge

Camp Cedarledge is approximately 45 minutes south of downtown St. Louis and encompasses nearly 700 acres of wooded hills, accentuated by rocky ledges, cedar trees and grassy meadows. Units include tree houses, small cabins, winterized lodges, permanent tents, primitive sites and two-day outing areas. A swimming pool is available for troop/group use.

High hills and rambling creeks offer invitations to such activities as hiking to Atwood Lake and searching the creek beds for lucky stones, which are stones with holes worn through the center.

The Equestrian Center at Camp Cedarledge provides spring and fall equestrian activities to troops camping (see Lead & Learn) as well as a five-tiered progressive summer resident camp equestrian program.

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Lodge Units

All lodges have heat in the winter, electricity, a small kitchen with refrigerator and stove, outdoor fire pit and access to water both inside and outside the building.

Unit Name Fee Capacity Restroom Information Additional Information
Bright Star $75 Sleeps 24 on mattresses on floor Indoor Restroom Has two small cabins (sleeps 6 each) and one large cabin (sleeps 12)
Gail’s Place (Girl Scout Senior & Ambassador Lodge) $75 Sleeps 34 in bunk beds Indoor Restroom Has a fire place. Has air-conditioning in summer
Luckystone Lodge $65 Sleeps 36 on mattresses on floor Environmental Toilet Has a fireplace
Manor House $65 Sleeps 36 on mattresses on floor Latrine  
Petite Chalet $65 Sleeps 36 on mattresses on floor Environmental Toilet Has a fireplace.
Wohl Lodge $75 Sleeps 24 in bunk beds Indoor Restroom Has air conditioning in summer

Cabin Units

Cabin units have cots and mattress to sleep on, use an environmental toilet in the unit, outdoor fire pit for cooking, kitchen shelters with picnic tables and access to water from a frost free water pump. There is no electricity in the cabin buildings. Cabin buildings sleep 4 to 8 individuals depending on the unit.

 

Unit Name Fee Capacity
Border Village $45 Sleeps 20
Boulder Ledges $45 Sleeps 8
Cliff’s End $45 Sleeps 12
Rocky Ledges $45 Sleeps 16

Tent Units

Tent units consist of a spacious structure with a hard shingled roof, wood floor, canvas sides and four cots with mattresses inside. There is no electricity in the tent structures. Campers use an environmental toilet in the unit, outdoor fire pit for cooking, kitchen shelters with picnic tables and access to water from a frost free water pump. Tent structures sleep 4 to a tent.

Unit Name Fee Capacity
Ahwenasa $45 Sleeps 20
Cypress Meadows $60 Sleeps 24
Daisy Dell $45 Sleeps 18
Glen $60 Sleeps 36
Gypsy Dell $45 Sleeps 16
Kiamecia $60 Sleeps 40
Skyview $60 Sleeps 36
Tanda $60 Sleeps 36
Timber Trails $60 Sleeps 36
Totem Village $45 Sleeps 20

Primitive and Hammocking Tent Sites

Lke to pitch your own tent? How about sleep in a hammock in the trees? Try a primitive camping unit. All primitive camping units have use of an Environmental Toilet or latrine, a kitchen shelter with picnic tables, outdoor fire pit, and access to water from a frost free water pump. The fee for a primitive campsite is $35.

  • Conestoga
  • Prim Lake
  • Whispering Winds

Day Outing

Want to go out to camp just for the day? Try a Day Outing area. Day Outing shelters have access to a restroom (indoor or Environmental Toilet), a kitchen shelter with picnic tables, outdoor fire pit and access to water from a frost free water pump. Reservations for Day Outings are free. Just fill out the Application for Troop Camping At Council-Owned Camps and check “Day Outing” on the form.

Need more information, please contact Kathy Kahn at 314.592.2368 or kkahn@girlscoutsem.org