Girl Scout Camp Tuckaho

Camp Tuckaho

This is a personal page & is not related to the Girl Scouts of Eastern MO.  Be sure to look around the website and leave us a testimonial or sign our guestbook!

Camp Tuckaho Overview

Developed to represent the heritage of this area.

Units include covered wagons, log cabins, tree houses, five lodges, five permanent tent units, one primitive unit and a day outing area.

A recreation facility, Tuck Hall, is available for all camp indoor programs.

Fossil hunting is popular activity in nearby creeks.

Sycamores that measure 14 feet in circumference are found near the northern bluffs.

The Charlotte Davis Lake (8 acres) provides boating and fishing.

Camp Tuckaho Summer Info. Overview

Camp Tuckaho encompasses more than 600 acres of rolling forested hills near Troy, MO. All sessions offer boating, campfires, cookouts, games, singing, crafts, swimming and lots of fun while making new friends. Some girls will have the opportunity to participate in the
Outdoor Adventure Course, a team building program that utilizes both low and high ropes course activities.
Session lengths vary from 3 days/2 nights to 1 week in length.

Summer Camp Sessions

Some of your old favorites are back along with LOTS of exciting NEW camp programs for the Summer of 2016!

Hope to see familiar faces returning along with lots of new campers and staff for one of the best summers yet to come at Girl Scout Camp Tuckaho!! 

Be sure to check out the Camp Adventure Guide for all of the great opportunities this summer.

(more detailed info. is located on the sessions tab)

Memories from Summer 2011~Care of Bam Bam and Henni

Ad Staff:








  Thank you Ad Staff for ALWAYS being there, to motivate, encourage, and help us to overcome fear!

Health Lodge:

  LuLu you're always there, this shows us that you care.  At each and every little flare you're always there to comfort and care.

  Lifesaver you are a dime and come whenever we chime.  You always give us some of your time.

  Thumper we thank you for mending our bumper and always making sure there is never a lumper.

  So, thanks to the Health Lodge for all you do, we will always remember to drink and poo.     


  It has been nice getting to know you through and through.  Never in our lives have we talked so openly about poo.  We started off so unaware and now we can laugh and share.

  We have had our ups and we have had our downs, but we have managed to turn those frowns upside down. 

  It is sad the summer has come to an end, but we are happy to know we have made so many new friends.

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  • "I used to go to Camp Tuckaho every year from the time i was 5 until i was 10. So 5 years. It was always a blast. Unfortunately one year my troop leader suddenly up and quit and ..."
    Erin Dennison
    Long Lost Camper
  • "I have been going to girl scout camp for 9 years as a camper. This year, my tenth year, was my first year as Camp Staff and my first year at Tuckaho. It was definitely the best ..."
    Maddie "George" Moran
    Tuckaho Counselor