Camp Juliette Low (CJL) is a private, non-profit summer camp for girls that celebrates outdoor living and recreation through traditional camp activities like archery, horseback riding, canoeing, paddle boarding, swimming, ropes course, climbing wall, camp-outs, fire-building, water hikes, backpacking and more. CJL campers live in 4-person platform tents, where they can enjoy the outdoors, connect with nature, grow in confidence and independence, and form life-long friendships. Our 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 takes pride in preserving its rustic camp setting, time-honored traditions, and original mission: to provide girls with exciting, outdoor experiences that foster self-confidence, promote teamwork, encourage independence, and develop leadership skills. Today, CJL operates independently from the Girl Scouts and is open to all girls ages 7-17. CJL is located on Lookout Mountain in Cloudland, Georgia, and offers one-week and two-week sessions throughout the summer. Sessions fill early—register soon!