Yes; the Girl Scouts do ban men from being troop leaders but in contrast to that ban, they do encourage fathers to be involved with their programs. Particularly the the field and wilderness events. Had a hell of a lot of fun with both my son and daughter. Taught them how to do things that their troop leaders didn’t particularly care for or think were very nice.
I did the leader thing for four years girl scouts and pack thing for four years boys. In our very large girl scout troop, there was only one father that was involved. (single dad). My ex-husband did very little for boy scouts and nothing for the girl scouts. I wish more parents had showed up for the meetings. We didn’t get very many. Kudos to you for doing that!