The Lodge at Camp Greene

A scenic, rustic and secluded event space

Rustic and secluded, but comfortable and within easy reach of Yellow Springs, Dayton, and Springfield, Camp Greene sits atop a slope overlooking the Little Miami River where it meets Glen Helen and John Bryan State Park.


This former Girl Scout Camp, now part of Glen Helen, is home to a 1920s lodge with a host of recent improvements. Large enough to easily accommodate 200 people, it features finished wood floors, high ceilings, fireplaces on either end, plus heating and air conditioning.  A screened-in porch runs the length of the structure. Lofts on either side provide additional space.  Outdoors, guests find an open-air platform perfect for ceremonies, plus two covered pavilions and trails around the property and down to the river.  With its variety of indoor and outdoor spaces, Camp Greene is a natural choice for retreats, weddings, and receptions, or other functions.  

Camp Greene is located at 3452 Grinnell Rd, Yellow Springs, OH 45387



Booking and showings are arranged through Elegant Fare: 513-552-1340 

  • Ample parking nearby

  • Private, limited access

  • Close to Glen Helen and John Bryan State Park trails


  • Heated and air-conditioned

  • Hardwood floors

  • Premier restroom trailer on site

  • Twin fireplaces

  • Two private meeting/prep areas

Dorm and pavilion

  • Furnace heated and shade cooled

  • Pavilion includes picnic tables and fireplace​


Availability Calendar

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Book your Event Today!

All private events at Camp Greene are managed and catered by Elegant Fare. For more information, event capacities and pricing, please call (513) 552-1340 ext 101 or 102.

About Camp Greene

Acquired by the Glen Helen Association in 2015, this former Girl Scout Camp is located on the State and National Scenic Little Miami River adjacent to Glen Helen and John Bryan State Park. The Association is actively working to restore habitats on the property by planting native trees.