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Camp Timber Ridge
Camp Timber Ridge, established in 1924, is located in Mableton, GA (12 miles west of Metro Atlanta). The property features 220 acres of rolling terrain with both hardwood and pine forests, natural streams, wildflowers and a bamboo forest. The facility consists of air conditioned cabins, platform tents, primitive camp sites, pool, lake, archery range, air-conditioned dining hall with a commercial kitchen, challenge course (low and high elements), several creeks, and natural hiking trails.
Housing: We can house up to 90 people in our air-conditioned cabins, up to 120 in platform tents, up to 40 in our primitive off the grid sessions. Check out Campsite 411 for more details on housing options.
Best Known For:
Arts, Crafts & Music
Creek Side Hiking Trails
Outdoor Skill Development
Offsite Field Trips (for summer camp sessions only)
Rental of facilities to outside user groups
Robust High & Low Challenge Course
STEM Center- Robotics, Engineering, Maker space
Leadership Sessions periodically through the year and summer camp session
Design Lab- Circut lab, 3D Printers, 3D Pens, Glow Forge laser printer
Corporate programing on our Challenge cours
For more information regarding camp facilities or program offerings please contact us:
|Clare-Marie Hannon, Interim||770-702-9113|
|Beth Griffin, Assistant Camp Director||770-702-9072|
|Caitlyn Brune, Assistant Camp Director Weekend||770-702-9071|
Girl Scout founder, Juliette Gordon Low, was a famous lover of nature. Today, we honor her legacy by inspiring girls to develop a lasting commitment to the environment through our Outdoor Education program. Another way we teach Girl Scouts environmental stewardship is by demonstrating “green” practices ourselves.
Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta is a proud recipient of the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta’s Grants to Green Assessment Award which enabled Camp Timber Ridge to receive an assessment from Southface at no cost. The assessment identified opportunities to optimize operations, particularly related to energy and water use. In our efforts to reduce Camp Timber Ridge’s carbon footprint, we have implemented the following eco-friendly practices:
Installing low-flush toilets (or high-efficiency toilets), which uses significantly less water than a full-flush toilet
An off-grid camp site was created for girls to learn about energy usage. This hammock unit has a single solar panel for any lighting or phone charging