Picturesque Camp Meriwether specializes in English horsemanship for all ages. Sleepaway camp only.
Activities: Archery, canoeing, crafts, hiking, horseback riding, kayaking, swimming, Drama and Dance, Leadership Development, teambuilding, climbing wall and challenge course.
Location: 653 Meadows Boone Rd, Luthersville, GA 30251
          

          
The rolling hills of Camp Misty Mountain are perfect for long horseback trail rides and adventures on the lake Sleepaway camp only.
Activities: Canoeing, sailing, wind surfing, crafts, hiking, horseback riding, trail riding, archery, riflery, swimming (pool and lake), teambuilding, climbing wall and high ropes challenge course, and leadership development.
Location: 490 Lake Marvin Rd NE, Armuchee, GA 30105
          

          
Nestled among the trees, right in the middle of Cobb County, Camp Timber Ridge is best known for its convenient day camp, and CIT leadership sessions.
Activities: STEM lab, archery, canoeing, kayaking, paddleboards, challenge course, environmental education, Creation Station/entrepreneurship, crafts, swimming, swim lessons, zipline and giant swing (4th grade+).
Day Camp: Drop off is 7:45-8:45am and pick up is 4:45-5:15pm. Early and after care is available for an additional charge. Campers receive breakfast snack, lunch, and afternoon snack each day.
Location: 5540 North Allen Rd, Mableton, GA 30126
          

  
  
  
 

Q: How will my child be supervised?
A: Camp professionals are trained to supervise campers to make sure girls have a safe and fun camp experience. This covers everything from using proper safety equipment to making sure they are changing their clothes every day, drinking water, and applying sunscreen. Girl Scouts places a high priority on safety and train staff in all aspects of camp life.

Q: How are camp staff selected and screened?
A: Camp staff include homegrown Girl Scouts who have many years of experience in scouting, as well as students from local colleges and universities. All counselors are required to have an interview with the Camp Director, provide references and pass a criminal background check. The most important trait we are looking for in our camp staff is the desire to create a lasting experience for your daughter.

Q: How will I communicate with her at camp?
A: In general, we work to promote independence and group cohesion in campers and discourage telephone contact while the Girls are at camp. We ask that all cell phones remain at home. The Camp Director will contact the guardian if a camper is having trouble adjusting to camp life after 24 hours onsite or if there is a health concern. Parents may virtually visit their camper daily by viewing photos on the camps Facebook page at no charge. Campers also love “real” letters and care packages mailed to them during their stay.

Q: What if she has special needs?
A: In order to lay the foundation for success, parents and Camp Directors must partner in sharing information about your daughter’s health history. While Girl Scout camp can accommodate 95% of all girls, the other 5% require a different environment with staff trained to meet their needs. With this in mind, please contact camp@gsgatl.org prior to registration if you question whether your daughter’s needs can be met at our camp. If this isn’t the best camp environment for success, we will assist you in the search for a camp setting that is setup to provide a great experience for your daughter.

Q: How will my daughter's special dietary needs be handled?
A: We can accommodate a variety of special dietary needs. Examples of diets we accommodate for regularly include: nut free, gluten free, no pork, no seafood/fish, vegetarian, lactose free, and no red meats. If you have a camper with more extensive allergies or combination allergies such as no wheat/egg/dairy we might ask you to bring items that are safe for her to consume.
Dietary restrictions must be on your camper’s health history. Please email or call the camp director as well at least 2 weeks prior to your camper’s arrival. We appreciate parents that touch base with us prior or immediately following the registration for camp to make sure we are all on the same page if the allergy is complicated. The most important thing to ensure the camp can accommodate your camper’s food restrictions is to communicate with them directly.

Q: What if the pick up or drop off times do not work for us?
A: Sleepaway campers
Scheduled drop off and pick up times are listed in your ‘What to Expect’ Packet. If you need to arrive later then the scheduled time contact the camp director 1 week prior to the start of her camp session and let them know what time she will be arriving.
Because camp staff are preparing for your camper, she will not be able to arrive prior to the start of the published arrival time.
If you need to pick up your camper prior to the stated pick up time, let the camp director know when you drop her off. There is no late pick-up option.

Day Campers
There are additional options to choose early drop off or late pick up for each day camp week for an additional fee.
Before Care: $35/wk 6:45-7:45am

Aftercare Options:
Basic Aftercare: $35/wk 4:45-6pm
Basic Aftercare with swim lessons: $75/wk 4:45-6pm
Extended Aftercare: $60/wk 4:45-7pm
Extended Aftercare with swim lessons: $110/wk 4:45-7pm

Q: Can my camper have a buddy at camp?
A: Campers are welcome to sign up for camp with a friend or two who are within one grade of each other and interested in the same session of camp. If camp buddies are different grades (for example: fourth and fifth grade), they will be placed in a living unit or group, based on the younger camper’s grade.
Even the best of friends need time to explore their individual interests and make new friends while at camp. Camp buddies stay in the same cabin or group, but may or may not select the same camp activities. Campers registered for horseback riding are grouped according to riding skills, camp buddies in the riding program may be at different skill levels and may not be placed in the same riding period. If they choose different activities or are placed in different activities due to horseback riding, they will still be together again in the cabin or group, during unit time, at meals and all-camp activities.
Many girls come to camp without a buddy. Camp is a wonderful place for girls to make new friends. Our annual outcome survey of campers tells us that 99% of girls make new friends at camp.

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For questions or assistance registering, please contact Camp@gsgatl.org. Happy camping!

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