Camping is a great way to build new skills, make new friends, and develop a deep appreciation for nature. Whether girls go for a day, a week, or longer, Girl Scout camping gives girls the opportunity to grow, explore, and have fun.
Camp Adahi is located on 900 wooded acres atop Lookout Mountain. The camp features a junior Olympic-sized pool, a lake, six miles of hiking trails, and an equestrian center. Shelter Rock, a natural amphitheater, has been a popular place for girls since the camp was built.
Camp Tanasi is located near Andersonville on Norris Lake. Camp Tanasi is 461 acres of beautiful wooded property with cabins and tents, a waterfront program area, pool, archery, hiking trails, climbing tower, and a challenge course.
Camp Wildwood in Johnson City is located on 12 acres of woodland held in trust by The Harris Foundation. The camp is next to the service center, so it's easy to access and close to everything. Camping in the platform tents and single cabin is offered seasonally.
New this year, you can reserve camp properties, activities, and MORE all online. Whether your troop wants to stay for a day or your service unit is looking for a weekend of fun, this is your new one stop shop for everything Girl Scout camps!
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