Girl Scout Guide to U.S. Travel — A guide from GSUSA that can help you, your girls, and their parents to assess travel readiness.
Traveling with Girl Scouts — A consolidated packet of all troop travel information and forms. Individual documents can be found below.
Individual Travel Documents and Forms:
Determining Your Trip Tier & Travel Basics — Descriptions and requirements of the different travel tiers and other basic information.
Troop Activity and Quick Trip Checklist — For Tier 1-3 trips. Use this checklist to ensure you are adhering to all council policies and guidelines regarding troop trips and activities that will last 2 nights or less and/or are less than 4 hours away.
Single Event Permission Slip — For Tier 1-5 trips. Parental permission for a single use, one-time event or activity. This form can be used by the troop leader or parent who prefers to complete a single-use permission form for each event or activity in which troop members participate.
Timeline for Domestic Extended Trips — For Tier 4 trips. Use this checklist for any trip that is longer than 2 nights and/or is more than 4 hours away.
Timeline For International Extended Trips — For Tier 5 trips. Use this checklist for any trip that is longer than 2 nights and/or is more than 4 hours away, is outside of the United States, and requires documentation to enter another country.
Intent to Travel Form — For Tier 4-5 trips. This form is due 4-6 months prior to travel dates for domestic travel and one year prior to travel dates for international travel.
Checklist for Troops Going on an Extended Trip — For Tier 4-5 trips. A checklist that must be completed by both girls and adults in the troop. Submit with initial trip paperwork 4-6 months prior to a domestic trip and 1 year prior to international travel.
Troop Trip Budget Worksheet — Required for Tier 4-5 trips, and helpful for all other tiers. A budget worksheet to help troops plan for their trip. This form must be submitted at least 4-6 weeks prior to the trip and resubmitted if the budget changes.
Planning and Holding a Parent Meeting for an Extended Trip — For Tier 4-5 trips. A checklist for keeping parents/guardians informed and involved in the trip planning process.
Sample for Participant Code of Conduct — For Tier 1-5 trips. A sample Participant Code of Conduct document for any trip. Troops should create their own with input from troop members.
Girl Health History Form for Extended Trips — For Tier 5 trips. This girl form should be used for International Extended Trips in place of the standard Girl/Adult Health History Form.
Adult Health History Form for Extended Trips — For Tier 5 trips. This adult form should be used for International Extended Trips in place of the standard Girl/Adult Health History Form.