• Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument

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Programs for Girl Scouts


A living historian from Palo Alto Battlefield National Historic Site (TX) teaches Girl Scouts about the Battle of Palo Alto.

Participate in a Girl Scout Program! Discover your national parks; learn about the mission of the National Park Service; help protect the nation's natural, cultural, and historical resources.

Earn a certificate or patch by participating in educational programs or volunteer service/action projects.

Girl Scout Gold Award Certificate of Recognition


Parks with Girl Scout Opportunities
Many individual parks offer trails, programs or patch programs for Girl Scouts.

Bandelier National Monument (NM)
Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area (MT, WY)
Chiricahua National Monument (AZ)
Coronado National Memorial (AZ)
Cowpens National Battlefield (SC)
Cuyahoga Valley National Park (OH)
Fire Island National Seashore (NY)
Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument (CO)
Fort Davis National Historic Site (TX)
Fort Necessity National Battlefield (PA)
George Rogers Clark National Historical Park (IN)
George Washington Carver National Monument (MO)
Guadalupe Mountains National Park (TX)
Gulf Islands National Seashore (FL, MS)
Homestead National Monument of America (NE)
Hopewell Culture National Historical Park (OH)
Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve (LA)
Jefferson National Expansion Memorial (MO)
Jewel Cave National Monument (SD)
Kings Mountain National Military Park (SC)
Montezuma Castle National Monument (AZ)
Palo Alto Battlefield National Historical Park(TX)
Petroglyph National Monument (NM)
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore (MI)
Rocky Mountain National Park (CO)
Saratoga National Historical Park (NY)
Voyageurs National Park (MN)
White Sands National Monument (NM)

Please note: This is a working list of parks. Not all parks offering opportunities for Girl Scouts may be included in this list. If you are interested in a particular park, contact the park directly.

Journeys Program
The NPS is involved with other federal agencies in the Journeys program, which represents a new way that girls can experience Girl Scouting. It is fun and challenging experience spread over a series of sessions. Girl Scouts have the opportunity to discover their world; connect both locally and globally; and make the world a better place.

Girl Scout Program Frequently Asked Questions

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