Girl Scouts of Southwest Indiana, Inc. | Programs | Camp Koch


Resident Camp | Day Camp

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Girl Scouts of Southwest Indiana's resident camp facility, Camp Henry F. Koch, covers approximately 500 acres of rugged 
woodland in the hills along the Ohio River, near Cannelton, IN. It is maintained and protected by a year-round resident Ranger, Frank Spangler.

Since 1942, girls and adults have been enjoying all that Camp Koch has to offer. Several hiking trails to points of natural beauty within the camp provide an opportunity to explore nature. The developed area of the camp includes a small lake, divided into swimming and boating areas, a dining hall, a play field, a central shower house, and four living units, each with 6-8 platform tents, with four cots in each tent.

Camp Koch is available for day use and group camping year-round (except during resident camp sessions). For more details on the sites and cost, click here; and to make a preliminary reservation or find out if the property is available, click here. 


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Camp Koch bridge and lake   Camp Koch dock with canoes    Camp Koch Dining Hall