- Three large meeting/activity rooms, two of which may be used for sleeping (max. 36 ppl)
- Kitchen with stove/oven, refrigerator, small appliances, basic cooking equipment and dinner service for 20
- Two-stall bathroom downstairs and a barrier free bathroom upstairs (no shower facilities)
- Fireplace in main meeting room Folding tables and chairs Ramp for handicapped access to the main floor
Grand Haven Little House
The Girl Scout "Little House", located in downtown Grand Haven, has been in use since 1942. It was erected specifically for the Girl Scouts, and was built as a community effort on property donated by local citizen Eleanor Griffin-McNett.
Over the years, thanks to the contributions of many supporters of Girl Scouting, additions and improvements have continued to make the Girl Scout House an ideal place for meetings, trainings and overnights. It is available for use by any registered Girl Scout troop or group.