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Troop and Family Camps

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Troop camping is a unique opportunity for girls to connect with each other while discovering and exploring the outdoors.

Property Options: Camp Meriwether, Camp Misty Mountain, and Camp Timber Ridge.

Housing Options: Choose from setting up your own tents in a primitive campsite to sleeping in an air-conditioned cabin with a full kitchen, hot shower, and flush toilets.

Steps to Troop Overnight Camping Registration

Complete Adult Troop Camping Training

Training is available in-person at camp or online through LARC. Troop Camper volunteers can earn the Troop Outdoor Certificate to complete their training.

The following courses are accepted for the adult training requirement.

Decide Which Camp Property You'd Like
Check Availability & Register

For Girl Scout membership year 2022 (Oct. 2021 to Sept. 2022) Troop Camping registration will open on April 30, 2021.

Camp Meriwether
Camp Misty Mountain
Camp Timber Ridge

A deposit for 25% of the fees is due at time of registration.

Confirmation and Payment
  • After successful completion of registration you will receive a detailed confirmation immediately via email
  • Final payment is due no later than 30 days prior to your troops camping date
  • Payments can be made online by logging into your Doubleknot account or you can mail/drop off check, cash or cookie dough to:
    Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta
    Attn. Troop Camping
    5601 North Allen Rd.
    Mableton, GA 30126
Refund Policy
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Cabins & Tents

If written cancellation of a camp site is received at least 30 days prior to the scheduled camp date, the troop is eligible to receive a refund less the deposit. The deposit is non-refundable. After 30 days, a refund is up to the discretion of the Camp Director and Assistant Camp Director.

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Rain

Camps do not close and money is not refunded because of rain. Include rainy day activities in your planning! In the event of severe weather, leaders should evaluate the driving conditions and determine whether they should wait until the next day to travel. The council will notify the leader of record if the camp closes for any reason – a full refund will be issued under these circumstances.​​


Resource Materials
Activity Offerings

Troop/Group Camping Activity Offerings
You can register for activities while registering for troop camping. Just choose Saturday for the activities. Your times will be assigned about a week before your camping date. At camps Misty Mountain and Meriwether we have various horseback riding activities. At camp Timber Ridge we offer the Challenge Course.


Troop Day Only and Family Weekend Camps

Camp Meriwether

Family Cabin Camping Weekends

 

Family Cabin Camping Weekends – Aug 20-22

Girl Scout families are invited to rent a cabin at Camp Meriwether for a family camping weekend (maximum 8 people per family). Families are encouraged to check in on Friday at 5 p.m. and are welcome to stay until 2 p.m. on Sunday. Kitchens and program buildings are not available, but families may bring a grill, camp stove or borrow a coffee maker, crockpot and a griddle to prepare your own meals. Camp will provide access to hiking trails, letterboxing, and Archery (2nd grade+) or canoe, or an age appropriate camp activity for Daisies.

Horseback riding can be added for an additional $25/person based on age and availability. Registration for horseback riding will take place after booking your troop camping day by calling 770-702-9103 or email: camp@gsgatl.org to register. Face coverings must be worn while participating in Horseback Riding.


Family Cabin Camping Weekends – Aug 20-22


Family Cabin Camping Weekends – Sept. 3-5

Girl Scout families are invited to rent a cabin at Camp Meriwether for a family camping weekend (maximum 8 people per family). Families are encouraged to check in on Friday at 5 p.m. and are welcome to stay until 2 p.m. on Sunday. Kitchens and program buildings are not available, but families may bring a grill, camp stove or borrow a coffee maker, crockpot and a griddle to prepare your own meals. Camp will provide access to hiking trails, letterboxing, and Archery (2nd grade+) or canoe, or an age appropriate camp activity for Daisies.

Horseback riding can be added for an additional $25/person based on age and availability. Registration for horseback riding will take place after booking your troop camping day by calling 770-702-9103 or email: camp@gsgatl.org to register. Face coverings must be worn while participating in Horseback Riding.


Family Cabin Camping Weekends – Sept. 3-5


Family Primitive Camping Weekends

 

Family Primitive Camping Weekends –
Aug 20-22

Girl Scout families are invited to rent a primitive camp site at Camp Meriwether and pitch your own tent for a family camping weekend (maximum 8 people per family). Families are encouraged to check in on Friday at 5 p.m. and are welcome to stay until 2 p.m. on Sunday. Kitchens and program buildings are not available, but families may bring a grill, camp stove or borrow a coffee maker, crockpot and a griddle to prepare your own meals. Camp will provide access to hiking trails, letterboxing. Families can schedule either an archery (2nd grade+) or canoe session (all ages).

Horseback riding can be added for an additional $25/person based on age and availability. Registration for horseback riding will take place after booking your troop camping day by calling 770-702-9103 or email: camp@gsgatl.org to register. Face coverings must be worn while participating in Horseback Riding.


Family Primitive Camping Weekends – Aug 20-22


Family Primitive Camping Weekends –
Aug 27-29

Girl Scout families are invited to rent a primitive camp site at Camp Meriwether and pitch your own tent for a family camping weekend (maximum 8 people per family). Families are encouraged to check in on Friday at 5 p.m. and are welcome to stay until 2 p.m. on Sunday. Kitchens and program buildings are not available, but families may bring a grill, camp stove or borrow a coffee maker, crockpot and a griddle to prepare your own meals. Camp will provide access to hiking trails, letterboxing. Families can schedule either an archery (2nd grade+) or canoe session (all ages).

Horseback riding can be added for an additional $25/person based on age and availability. Registration for horseback riding will take place after booking your troop camping day by calling 770-702-9103 or email: camp@gsgatl.org to register. Face coverings must be worn while participating in Horseback Riding.


Family Primitive Camping Weekends – Aug 27-29


Family Primitive Camping Weekends –
Sept 3-5

Girl Scout families are invited to rent a primitive camp site at Camp Meriwether and pitch your own tent for a family camping weekend (maximum 8 people per family). Families are encouraged to check in on Friday at 5 p.m. and are welcome to stay until 2 p.m. on Sunday. Kitchens and program buildings are not available, but families may bring a grill, camp stove or borrow a coffee maker, crockpot and a griddle to prepare your own meals. Camp will provide access to hiking trails, letterboxing. Families can schedule either an archery (2nd grade+) or canoe session (all ages).

Horseback riding can be added for an additional $25/person based on age and availability. Registration for horseback riding will take place after booking your troop camping day by calling 770-702-9103 or email: camp@gsgatl.org to register. Face coverings must be worn while participating in Horseback Riding.


Family Primitive Camping Weekends – Sept 3-5


Troop Day Camping Programs

 

Troop Day Camping Weekends – Aug 21

Troops are invited to meet at camp, schedule hikes, explore letterboxing, play field games, and participate in other self-guided activities. Troops can schedule either an archery (2nd grade+) or Canoe (all ages) session for their one staff led activity while here at camp. Daisy troops will work with the camp staff to determine an age-appropriate badge/camp activity at the time of registration.

Horseback riding can be added for an additional $25/person based on age and availability. Registration for horseback riding will take place after booking your troop camping day by calling 770-702-9103 or email: camp@gsgatl.org to register…Face coverings must be worn while participating in Horseback Riding.

In keeping with Council guidelines, troops will be assigned an outdoor pavilion and restrooms. There will be no indoor meeting spaces. Any snacks must be brought from the girls’ homes or pre-packaged as a single serving. We will also be providing sanitation support.

Space is limited. Limited to 25 participants per troop.


Troop Day Camping Weekends – Aug 21


Troop Day Camping Weekends – Aug 28

Troops are invited to meet at camp, schedule hikes, explore letterboxing, play field games, and participate in other self-guided activities. Troops can schedule either an archery (2nd grade+) or Canoe (all ages) session for their one staff led activity while here at camp. Daisy troops will work with the camp staff to determine an age-appropriate badge/camp activity at the time of registration.

Horseback riding can be added for an additional $25/person based on age and availability. Registration for horseback riding will take place after booking your troop camping day by calling 770-702-9103 or email: camp@gsgatl.org to register…Face coverings must be worn while participating in Horseback Riding.

In keeping with Council guidelines, troops will be assigned an outdoor pavilion and restrooms. There will be no indoor meeting spaces. Any snacks must be brought from the girls’ homes or pre-packaged as a single serving. We will also be providing sanitation support.

Space is limited. Limited to 25 participants per troop.


Troop Day Camping Weekends – Aug 28


Troop Day Camping Weekends – Sept 4

Troops are invited to meet at camp, schedule hikes, explore letterboxing, play field games, and participate in other self-guided activities. Troops can schedule either an archery (2nd grade+) or Canoe (all ages) session for their one staff led activity while here at camp. Daisy troops will work with the camp staff to determine an age-appropriate badge/camp activity at the time of registration.

Horseback riding can be added for an additional $25/person based on age and availability. Registration for horseback riding will take place after booking your troop camping day by calling 770-702-9103 or email: camp@gsgatl.org to register…Face coverings must be worn while participating in Horseback Riding.

In keeping with Council guidelines, troops will be assigned an outdoor pavilion and restrooms. There will be no indoor meeting spaces. Any snacks must be brought from the girls’ homes or pre-packaged as a single serving. We will also be providing sanitation support.

Space is limited. Limited to 25 participants per troop.


Troop Day Camping Weekends – Sept 4


Camp Misty Mountain
Family Fest Sept 4

Come enjoy a family friendly day at Camp Misty Mountain! You can spend time canoeing or kayaking on the lake, fishing from the dock, swimming in our pool, hiking miles of trails, shooting archery, or just lounging in hammock village.

This day might look different when compared to other weekends at Misty Mountain because of GSGATL’s guidance regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, but we will still have an amazing day at camp! We still love giving girls the chance to experience camp and the outdoors and are striving to make this an experience you’ll love, while keeping everyone safe.

Girl Scout Levels: Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Senior, Ambassador, Adult and siblings


Family Fest Sept 4


Camp Timber Ridge

Family Cabin Camping Weekends

 

Family Cabin Camping Weekends – Aug. 13-15

Girl Scout families are invited to rent a cabin at Timber Ridge for a family camping weekend (maximum 8 people per family). Families are encouraged to check in on Friday at 5 p.m. and are welcome to stay until 2 p.m. on Sunday. Kitchens and program buildings are not available, but families may bring a grill, camp stove or borrow a coffee maker, crockpot and a griddle to prepare your own meals (or sneak out to one of the local eateries). Camp will provide access to hiking trails, letter boxing, and a choice between an archery (2nd grade +), canoe session (all ages), or pool session (all ages).


Family Cabin Camping Weekends – Aug. 13-15


Family Cabin Camping Weekends – Aug. 20-22

Girl Scout families are invited to rent a cabin at Timber Ridge for a family camping weekend (maximum 8 people per family). Families are encouraged to check in on Friday at 5 p.m. and are welcome to stay until 2 p.m. on Sunday. Kitchens and program buildings are not available, but families may bring a grill, camp stove or borrow a coffee maker, crockpot and a griddle to prepare your own meals (or sneak out to one of the local eateries). Camp will provide access to hiking trails, letter boxing, and a choice between an archery (2nd grade +), canoe session (all ages), or pool session (all ages).


Family Cabin Camping Weekends – Aug. 20-22


Family Cabin Camping Weekends – Sept. 17-19

Girl Scout families are invited to rent a cabin at Timber Ridge for a family camping weekend (maximum 8 people per family). Families are encouraged to check in on Friday at 5 p.m. and are welcome to stay until 2 p.m. on Sunday. Kitchens and program buildings are not available, but families may bring a grill, camp stove or borrow a coffee maker, crockpot and a griddle to prepare your own meals (or sneak out to one of the local eateries). Camp will provide access to hiking trails, letter boxing, and a choice between an archery (2nd grade +), canoe session (all ages), or pool session (all ages).


Family Cabin Camping Weekends – Sept. 17-19


Family Primitive Camping Weekends

 

Family Primitive Camping Weekends – Aug. 13-15

Girl Scout families are invited to rent a primitive camp site at Timber Ridge and either hammock camp or pitch your own tent for a family camping weekend (maximum 8 people per family). Families are encouraged to check in on Friday at 5 p.m. and are welcome to stay until 2 p.m. on Sunday. Kitchens and program buildings are not available, but families may bring a grill, camp stove or borrow a coffee maker, crockpot and a griddle to prepare your own meals (or sneak out to one of the local eateries). Camp will provide access to hiking trails, letter boxing, and a choice between an archery (2nd grade +), canoe session (all ages), or pool session (all ages).


Family Primitive Camping Weekends – Aug. 13-15


Family Primitive Camping Weekends – Aug. 20-22

Girl Scout families are invited to rent a primitive camp site at Timber Ridge and either hammock camp or pitch your own tent for a family camping weekend (maximum 8 people per family). Families are encouraged to check in on Friday at 5 p.m. and are welcome to stay until 2 p.m. on Sunday. Kitchens and program buildings are not available, but families may bring a grill, camp stove or borrow a coffee maker, crockpot and a griddle to prepare your own meals (or sneak out to one of the local eateries). Camp will provide access to hiking trails, letter boxing, and a choice between an archery (2nd grade +), canoe session (all ages), or pool session (all ages).


Family Primitive Camping Weekends – Aug. 20-22


Family Primitive Camping Weekends – Sept. 17-19

Girl Scout families are invited to rent a primitive camp site at Timber Ridge and either hammock camp or pitch your own tent for a family camping weekend (maximum 8 people per family). Families are encouraged to check in on Friday at 5 p.m. and are welcome to stay until 2 p.m. on Sunday. Kitchens and program buildings are not available, but families may bring a grill, camp stove or borrow a coffee maker, crockpot and a griddle to prepare your own meals (or sneak out to one of the local eateries). Camp will provide access to hiking trails, letter boxing, and a choice between an archery (2nd grade +), canoe session (all ages), or pool session (all ages).


Family Primitive Camping Weekends – Sept. 17-19


Troop Day Camping Programs

 

Troop Day Camping Weekends – Aug. 14

Troops are invited to meet at camp, schedule hikes, explore letter boxing, play field games, and participate in other self-guided activities. Troops can schedule either an archery (2nd grade+), canoe (all ages), or pool session. In keeping with Council guidelines, troops will be assigned an outdoor pavilion and restrooms. There will be no indoor meeting spaces. Any snacks must be brought from the girls’ homes or pre-packaged as a single serving. We will also be providing sanitation support. Space is limited. Limited to 25 participants per troop.


Troop Day Camping Weekends – Aug. 14


Troop Day Camping Weekends – Aug. 21

Troops are invited to meet at camp, schedule hikes, explore letter boxing, play field games, and participate in other self-guided activities. Troops can schedule either an archery (2nd grade+), canoe (all ages), or pool session. In keeping with Council guidelines, troops will be assigned an outdoor pavilion and restrooms. There will be no indoor meeting spaces. Any snacks must be brought from the girls’ homes or pre-packaged as a single serving. We will also be providing sanitation support. Space is limited. Limited to 25 participants per troop.


Troop Day Camping Weekends – Aug. 21


Troop Day Camping Weekends – Sept. 18

Troops are invited to meet at camp, schedule hikes, explore letter boxing, play field games, and participate in other self-guided activities. Troops can schedule either an archery (2nd grade+), canoe (all ages), or pool session. In keeping with Council guidelines, troops will be assigned an outdoor pavilion and restrooms. There will be no indoor meeting spaces. Any snacks must be brought from the girls’ homes or pre-packaged as a single serving. We will also be providing sanitation support. Space is limited. Limited to 25 participants per troop.


Troop Day Camping Weekends – Sept. 18


For questions about any of these events, please contact each camp property.

Misty Mountain: cmmweekend@gsgatl.org
Meriwether: cmwweekend@gsgatl.org
Timber Ridge: ctrweekend@gsgatl.org

To register for all these events and to view other events at our camps, please visit events.girlscoutsatl.org.



If you have any questions please email camp@gsgatl.org or call 770-702-9103