Located on Lookout Mountain, Camp Juliette Low (CJL) is a residential summer camp for girls that fosters self-confidence, independence, teamwork, and leadership. At CJL, campers will find a place where they can be themselves and learn new skills like archery, horseback riding, canoeing, sailing, paddle boarding, swimming, ceramics, zip-line, challenge course, climbing wall, backpacking and outdoor cooking. Our experienced counselors are alumnae of CJL and provide a safe, nurturing, inclusive environment for girls to grow and thrive.
Founded in 1922 by Juliette Gordon Low, founder of the Girl Scouts, CJL is one of Georgia’s oldest summer camps and maintains its rustic camp setting and time-honored traditions. Today, CJL operates independently from the Girl Scouts and is open to all girls ages 7-17.
The following sessions are for girls ages 7-15, unless otherwise noted.
Session 1 (1 week): June 4 – 10
Session 2 (2 weeks): June 12 – 24 (FULL)
Session 3 (1 week): June 26 – July 2
Session 4 (2 weeks): July 3 – July 15
Session 5 (2 weeks, ages 10-15): July 17 – 29
Gypsy Week (1 week, ages 7-10): July 23 – 29
The following Counselor-in-Training Sessions are for girls ages 16 and 17.
CIT Session 1 (3 weeks): June 4 – June 24 (FULL)
CIT Session 2 (3 weeks): July 3 – 23
1 week session– $915.00
2 week session– $1800.00
CIT Session– $1350
For more information about CJL or to register online, please visit our website: www.CJL.org
Phone 1: 770-428-1062
Minimum Age: 7
Maximum Age: 17
Year Established: 1922
Lodging Available: Four-person platform tents
Average Cost Per Week:
Camp Length: One-week and two-week sessions
Season Starts: June 4, 2017
Season Ends: July 29, 2017
Camp Activities: Archery, Arts & Crafts, Hiking, Horseback Riding (Western), Kayaking, Music, Nature & Environmental Studies, Other, Performing Arts, Recreational Swimming, Sailing, Swimming, Wilderness
Financial Aid: Yes
Camp Accreditation: ACA