Camp Rolling Hills is located near the Stillwater River in Miami County. With a variety of unit types available, troops and groups can experience everything from dormitory style camping with all the requirements of the modern world, to primitive camping along the banks of the Stillwater River.
Rolling Hills has nearly 74 acres of land complete with hills, large open grassy areas, mini-marsh area, and extensive woods. Program opportunities are enhanced by an indoor program building, a nature walk, a fitness trail, orienteering opportunities and open play fields that offer volleyball and archery. There is also a pool and challenge course.
In addition to the camp activities, more opportunities can be found outside of Camp Rolling Hills. In Troy, Ohio, you can visit the Brukner Nature Center which has a variety of hands-on programs designed for Girls Scout troops. Additionally you can visit the Troy Aquatic Park, go to a Trojan Hockey game or take your troop ice skating. In West Milton, visit Stillwater Falls or Ludlow Falls in Ludlow. In Piqua , visit The Rossville Museum or within a half hour drive, travel to Dayton and visit the Dayton Cultural Center or Boonshoft Museum of Discovery.
Adventure Challenge Education Programs offer an experience to participants to increase their communication skills while becoming effective at group problem solving. Attempting and succeeding in these activities often gives one a feeling of accomplishment, self-worth and recognition that seemingly impossible situations are in fact quite possible. Spend time scaling the approximate 35 foot climbing wall, participate in team initiatives programs, challenge the High Ropes, Low Ropes or for the thrill seeker zip along the 350-foot zip line.
Additional opportunities include Orienteering programs where you can explore using your map and compass to find hidden treasures around camp.
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, used year round, is a large multi use wheel chair accessible building with full kitchen facilities, great room with wood burning fireplace and vaulted beam ceiling and an upstairs loft for sleeping, a bathroom with showers is available on the first floor. There is plenty of space to seat 200 persons for program activities and banquets or to sleep 25 persons on mattresses. Outside is a covered porch with picnic tables and rocking chairs.
, located on the north side of camp, is a mirror image wheelchair accessible building with dormitories that sleep 32 persons on each side of the building. In the center is a large open meeting area perfect for program activities. Additionally there are kitchenettes on both sides with a folding dividing wall down the center of the building.
, located on the northwest side of camp, has eight platform canvas tents that each sleeps four persons. The tents are spread out through the camp site with a large grassy area and fire ring with bench seating available. Nearby is a kitchen shelter with fireplace cooking facilities, refrigerator and picnic tables. Additionally there is a latrine and shower building within the campsite.
Tall Oaks, (Blue or Green), nestled in the woods, is located to the right of the Prairie Area and has six cabins with five beds in each. There are two screened kitchen shelters within the unit that each have a fireplace, refrigerator and picnic tables. There is also a latrine nearby.
Conestoga Wagons Unit, located on the northeast side of camp is a secluded and quiet unit. There are five covered wagons each capable of sleeping five persons. Also nearby is a latrine and screened shelter with fireplace, refrigerator and picnic tables.
The Adirondacks Unit
found on the east side of camp, is made up of four sleeping shelters that each sleeps four persons. Set in the woods, this unit has a large screened kitchen shelter with fireplace, refrigerator and picnic tables. Outside of the shelter is a fire ring with bench seating and a nearby latrine.