Robert W. Woodruff Scout Reservation
Located near Blairsville in North Georgia, Robert W. Woodruff Scout Reservation is a 1575-acre (637-hectare) camp property adjacent to Lake Notley and the Chattahoochee National Forest. The beautiful North Georgia Mountains surround most of the camp. Woodruff offers a spectacular 86-acre mountain lake, a climbing/rappelling tower, nature center, trading post, a COPE Course, astronomy, shooting sports, heavily wooded campsites, and great hiking trails. Scouts have the opportunity to enjoy our great aquatic area or visit the nearby Nantahala or Ocoee Rivers for whitewater rafting, canoeing, or tubing. The Appalachian Trail and Cohutta Wilderness is close at hand and offers the opportunity for extended backpacking trips.
Bert Adams Scout Reservation
Located near Covington, Georgia, Bert Adams Scout Reservation provides 1250-acres (505-hectare) for long-term resident and weekend camping, training events, and lots of outdoor Scouting fun. Thousands of Scouts and Scouters come to Bert Adams each year to participate in Boy Scout, Webelos and JROTC Summer Camps, Order of the Arrow Events, Venturing and Explorer Outings, Cub Family Camping, Cub World Events, District Camporee’s, Cub Pack Picnics, ScoutReach Outings, Wood Badge Training, Junior Leader Training, and many other Scouting events. Bert Adams Scout Reservation includes Camp Gorman, Camp Emerson, Cub World and the redeveloped Camp Jamison.
Camp Allatoona Aquatics Base
The Camp Allatoona Aquatics Base is 600 acres (242 hectare) of lakefront property leased from the Army Corps of Engineers by the Atlanta Area Council. The camp is on Lake Allatoona just North of Metro Atlanta. This nearby camp is used throughout the year for weekend camping, day trips, and other scout outings. The main emphasis at Camp Allatoona is aquatics. At the Camp Allatoona Aquatics Base scouts can enjoy aquatic activities including canoeing, rowing, sailing, skiing, swimming, motor boating, and lifesaving.