Girl Scout Faire: Medieval Magic Frequently Asked Questions

We've pulled together a list of FAQs to help you get ready for the biggest event of the year!


Is there required training for Troop Leaders?

  • Yes, if you are camping overnight, each troop is required to have at least one leader trained in Blended Outdoor Skills and First Aid. If you are attending for the day, one troop leader must be trained in First Aid only. Register here for the following: 
  • March 2 10 am – 2 pm Camp Meadowbrook
  • April 13 10 am – 2 pm Camp Is-Sho-Da
  • April 13 10 am – 2 pm Camp Woodhaven
  • April 14 10 am – 2 pm Camp Is-Sho-Da
  • April 27 10 am – 2 pm Camp Meadowbrook

Are background checks required for attendees?

  • Yes, all registered Girl Scout members should have updated background checks on file. If you’re bringing your family members who are not registered Girl Scouts, they must also complete a background check.

I registered in the month of February, when will I receive my free t-shirt?

  • Shirts will be distributed upon check-in June 7th and 8th.

My family would like to camp, is that allowed?

  • Yes, we have added a family camping area this year. Please specify your request when you register.

Check- In

Is there a cut off for arrival time on Friday?

  • Yes, Friday registration ends at 8pm.

Can girls of the same troop arrive at separate times or does a troop need to check-in together?

  • Girls of the same troop may arrive at separate times; however, a troop leader must be present.

What should I wear?

  • It’s your choice, however no open toed shoes are allowed. And please dress comfortably for the elements.

What is needed to check-in?

  • Troop Roster and confirmation of registration.


Do RV sites have full hook-up?

  • Yes, RV site has water, sewage and electrical hook-up.

Are pets allowed on site?

  • No pets allowed on the fairgrounds at any time.
  • Service Dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for persons with disabilities, will be admitted. ***All service dogs must have PROOF of rabies vaccination to enter the grounds.

Are camp fires, or open flames of any kind allowed?

  • Camp fires and open flames are NOT allowed.

Can I bring a grill?

  • Coleman type gas stoves are allowed. No charcoal grills allowed.

Are Coleman type gas stoves allowed?

  • Yes, Coleman type gas stoves are allowed.

Are there tables available in the camping area?

  • Each Troop will be allowed one picnic table. You are also free to bring a potable table.

Camping areas: We have designated three camping areas. Girl only, family and male camping area. The male camping area is for troop with male leaders.

Electronic Devices: Girls are strongly encouraged to leave devices at home.

Cookie Rewards

My daughter qualified for the VIP Faire Experience with her cookie sales. Does this include admission?

Programs & Activities

Is there a schedule of activities?

Yes, you can view all the sessions and activities here.

What is Cobblestone Way?

Cobblestone Way is a designated area for demonstrations of candle-making, leather-working, nalbinding, calligraphy, and more! These demonstrations are drop-in but will begin at the top of every hour.