Family Camping at Misty Mountain
Date: Tue Jul 02 2024, 12:00 PM EDT - Fri Jul 05 2024, 2:00 PM EDT
  • 3 Seasons Camp Events
Level:
  • Juniors,
  • Cadettes,
  • Seniors,
  • Volunteers,
  • Ambassadors,
  • Brownies,
  • Daisies,
  • Pre-K

Family Camping is a unique opportunity to get the whole family to experience Camp Misty Mountain! We are excited to offer this festival-style camping event for the whole family. Family Camping will accept registrations from men, women, girls, and boys. Of course, you can attend as a “Dad and Daughter or Mom and me” duo for this event as well. Choose to camp in your own tent, reserve a room in a cabin, or a platform tent for your family. Fire rings, shelters, water spigots, picnic tables, pit latrines, and showers are also available. Bring your own traditional camping equipment (portable grill/smoker, propane stove) or go old school and build a campfire to make your meals (fire rings are not provided for this; we do have some for rent). We will provide a picnic dinner on July 4th, including traditional favorites.

Activities for the week include but are not limited to crafts, STEM, watercraft, target sports, campfire, and fireworks just to include some at no additional cost. You can also sign up to participate in a Horseback Riding Trail Ride (grades 6th - 12th and adults), Arena Ride (grades 4th - 12th), Adult-Led Pony Ride (grades K-12th), Groom-A-Pony (grades K - 12th) or Challenge Tower (grades 4th-12th and adults) for an additional charge.

Accommodations:

Family Cabin Room $150 per person - Cabins are limited to family members/family pods. 8 cabin/room units are available for each weekend with 4-12 beds in each cabin. Kitchen areas are shared between 2-4 families using the cabins in the unit. You are welcome to bring a grill or camp stove for food prep. There is a shared family room and a shower/bathroom with multiple stalls.

Platform Tents $110 per person - Platform tents in Pasture Ridge and Sweet Gum Hollow units are large walled canvas tents with wooden floors and four cots with mattresses. There are 10 platform tents with 4 beds in each tent within our three tent units. Platform tents can only be shared by people who request to share in the buddy section when registering. 

Screened-In Cabin $120 per person - Magnolia View has 6 cabins. Magnolia View A has on cabin that sleeps 10, Magnolia View B has 5 cabins with 4 bunk beds in each that sleep 8 people. While they have electricity, they do not have heat or air conditioning. This option has more shelter than a platform tent but less than a cabin. You will have access to a shared shower/bathroom with multiple stalls. Hill Top has three screened-in cabins with 8 beds in each one. Each screened-in cabin can only be shared by people who request to share in the buddy section when registering.

Bring your Own Tent $100 per person - Three open fields are dedicated to guests who want to bring their own tent or camper. Choose where you want to stay when you arrive at camp:

  • Pear Tree Pasture: A smaller pasture near canoe beach and the archery range. This is a very popular location and just a short bike or walk away from activities.
  • Open Pasture: The largest of the three fields where most of our campers pitch tents.
  • Lower Pasture: Reserved for our larger RVs and anyone with a generator. This space is next to Farmhouse and the farthest from the camp activities area.

PLEASE NOTE: We are not a campground and do not have power, water, or sewer hookups for RV’s. Small campers, such as pop-ups and pick-up trucks, are allowed in the lower pasture. If you have a large recreation vehicle or any vehicle with a generator, you will be restricted to Lower Pasture. There are specific time frames for generator use. You may not pitch a tent in a cabin or platform tent unit.

Questions about the event:

Contact: Andi LaPolt: cmmdirector@gsgatl.org or (404) 323-9390

Questions about registration:

Contact: Jessica Burgett or MaryEllen Waiting Email:  camp@gsgatl.org Phone: (770) 702-9103