Camp Chapman Hills

Thank you for your interest in visiting Camp Chapman Hills with your troop or group!


As we have shared with our members this past fall, Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois has been in the process of selling Chapman Hills over the course of this year. While it is sad to have to sell this camp, Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois is pleased to announce that The Nature Conservancy has officially purchased the Camp Chapman Hills property on September 27th.

Harry Hill, the Camp Chapman Hills Ranger, has purchased his home property near the camp, and can continue to reside near the land that he tended to and cared for in his 38 years of service to Girl Scouts – Sybaquay Council, and to Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois Council. Harry has supported many girls and volunteers in learning more about fostering the environment and developing outdoor skills. Harry is truly a part of the Girl Scout family.

We know that The Nature Conservancy will be good stewards of the property that has been impactful to the lives of the girls and volunteers of Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois. The Mukwonago River Watershed restoration project that Camp Chapman Hills will be a part of ensures that this land will be cherished and responsibly maintained for the local ecosystem. In the future, once the property has been prepared by The Nature Conservancy, girls, volunteers, and their families can continue to visit the lovely wetland reserve of the Mukwonago River and enjoy the nature that has been a part of Girl Scout history.


Camp Chapman Hills

Thank you for your interest in visiting Camp Chapman Hills with your troop or group!


As we have shared with our members this past fall, Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois has been in the process of selling Chapman Hills over the course of this year. While it is sad to have to sell this camp, Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois is pleased to announce that The Nature Conservancy has officially purchased the Camp Chapman Hills property on September 27th.

Harry Hill, the Camp Chapman Hills Ranger, has purchased his home property near the camp, and can continue to reside near the land that he tended to and cared for in his 38 years of service to Girl Scouts – Sybaquay Council, and to Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois Council. Harry has supported many girls and volunteers in learning more about fostering the environment and developing outdoor skills. Harry is truly a part of the Girl Scout family.

We know that The Nature Conservancy will be good stewards of the property that has been impactful to the lives of the girls and volunteers of Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois. The Mukwonago River Watershed restoration project that Camp Chapman Hills will be a part of ensures that this land will be cherished and responsibly maintained for the local ecosystem. In the future, once the property has been prepared by The Nature Conservancy, girls, volunteers, and their families can continue to visit the lovely wetland reserve of the Mukwonago River and enjoy the nature that has been a part of Girl Scout history.

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