Camp Ada consists of 78 acres of woods and rolling pasture in Henry County just south of New Castle, IN. It is readily accessible from Interstate 70 for Girl Scouts throughout the council jurisdiction. The camp is located approximately 55 miles east of the Indianapolis service center, and approximately 34.5 miles west of the Richmond service center.
Camp Ada offerings
Buildings 1 & 2: Both buildings are winterized for year-round use; each building has three wings that are connected by a large, shared shower/bathroom area. Each wing contains a bunkroom with 12 cots/mattresses, kitchen, and a combined activity/eating area. Doors can be closed to privatize each wing. Kitchen in each wing includes an electric range/oven, microwave oven, refrigerator with freezer, sink, storage area, and countertop work area. Each kitchen contains some pots, pans, and utensils, but it is suggested you bring what you will need to cook your planned meals.
Marcy Manor: Lodge style building winterized for year-round use that includes an institutional kitchen, large meeting/dining space with seating for 150 people, and both men’s and women’s restrooms. The meeting/dining space contains partition walls to separate the space into three separate rooms.
Shelter: A covered shelter (approx. 20 ft. x 40 ft.) and open on all sides. The shelter has a fire pit and picnic tables. Water is located at the south corner of the shelter.