Non-Profit Services

Facilities
Staffed Program Activities

Creek Bunkhouse

  • Accommodations: 10 Dorm-style rooms with central heat & air
  • Capacity: 60
  • Sleeping Arrangements: Bunk beds, 6 beds per room
  • Bathroom Facilities: Inside the main building
  • Cook Shelter: No
  • Inside Kitchen: Yes-Homestyle kitchen with stove, refrigerator & sink
  • Fee per Day/Night: $275 for use of bunkhouse, lodge & kitchen

Creek Lodge

  • Accommodations: Meeting space only, central heat & air, wood-burning stove
  • Capacity: 25-30
  • Sleeping Arrangements: NONE, Day use only
  • Bathroom Facilities: Inside the main building
  • Cook Shelter: No
  • Inside Kitchen: Yes
  • Fee per Day/Night: See bunkhouse rates

Chickasaw Bunkhouse

  • Accommodations: 10 Dorm-style rooms with central heat & air
  • Capacity: 40
  • Sleeping Arrangements: Bunk beds, all in one room
  • Bathroom Facilities: Inside the main building
  • Cook Shelter:  No
  • Inside Kitchen: Yes-Home-style kitchen with stove, refrigerator & sink
  • Fee per Day/Night: $250 for use of bunkhouse, lodge & kitchen

Chickasaw Lodge

  • Accommodations: Meeting space only, central heat & air, wood-burning stove
  • Capacity: 25-30
  • Sleeping Arrangements: NONE, Day use only
  • Bathroom Facilities: Inside the main building
  • Cook Shelter: No
  • Inside Kitchen: Yes
  • Fee per Day/Night: See bunkhouse rates

Choctaw

  • Accommodations: 3 Small cabins with window air conditioning, room heaters
  • Capacity: 12
  • Sleeping Arrangements: Bunk beds
  • Bathroom Facilities: Separate building, 2 toilets, 2 sinks, 2 showers
  • Cook Shelter: Yes
  • Inside Kitchen: No
  • Fee per Day/Night: $75
  • *Closed from late October to mid-March.

Cherokee Shelter

  • Accommodations: Picnic Shelter overlooking lake
  • Capacity: 18-25
  • Sleeping Arrangements: NONE, Day use only
  • Bathroom Facilities: Inside building, 2 separate bathrooms each with 1 sink & 2 toilets
  • Cook Shelter: Yes-Equipment inside bathroom
  • Inside Kitchen: No
  • Fee per Day/Night: $50

Osoonee Shelter

  • Accommodations: Picnic shelter beside lake with refrigerator & ice machine
  • Capacity: 18-25
  • Sleeping Arrangements: NONE, Day use only
  • Bathroom Facilities: Nearby facilities
  • Cook Shelter: No
  • Inside Kitchen: No
  • Fee per Day/Night: $50

Conference Center-Training Room

  • Accommodations: Large meeting room with viewing screen & covered porch, central heat & air
  • Capacity: 36-60
  • Sleeping Arrangements: NONE, Day use only
  • Bathroom Facilities: Within conference center
  • Cook Shelter: Yes-Charcoal grills on deck
  • Inside Kitchen: No
  • Fee per Day/Night: $175 per day

Conference Center-Common Area

  • Accommodations: Informal meeting space with wood-burning fireplace, central heat & air
  • Capacity: 44 with or 94 without furniture
  • Sleeping Arrangements: NONE, Day use only
  • Bathroom Facilities: Within conference center
  • Cook Shelter: Yes-Charcoal grills on deck
  • Inside Kitchen: No
  • Fee per Day/Night: $100 per day

Conference Center-Small Meeting Room

  • Accommodations: Small meeting space with sink, central heat & air
  • Capacity: 15-20
  • Sleeping Arrangements: NONE, Day use only
  • Bathroom Facilities: Attached with toilet, sink, shower
  • Cook Shelter: No
  • Inside Kitchen: No
  • Fee per Day/Night: $160 per day

Dining Hall

  • Accommodations: Large room overlooking lake with access to deck & screened porch, central heat & air
  • Capacity: 167 with or 350 without furniture
  • Bathroom Facilities: Within conference center
  • Cook Shelter: No
  • Inside Kitchen: Yes
  • Fee per Day/Night: $225

Conference Center- Deck with Grills

  • Accommodations: PUBLIC USE AREA- Large 2-layered deck overlooking lake
  • Capacity: 16-30
  • Bathroom Facilities: Inside conference center
  • Cook Shelter: Yes-2 Charcoal grills
  • Inside Kitchen: No
  • Fee per Day/Night: $75

Kitchen

  • Accommodations:
  • Capacity:
  • Bathroom Facilities:
  • Fee Per Day: $250 per day
  • Caterers or other individuals using kitchen facilities must be knowledgeable of appliances and their operation.  An orientation of the kitchen is required & scheduled with camp director.

Pool

  • Capacity: 25 per lifeguard, max 88
  • Bathroom Facilities: 2 toilets, 1 sink
  • Fee per Day/Night: $200 + lifeguard fees

NOTE: Dining Hall, Kitchen, and Common Area of Conference Center are designed primarily for large groups. Reservations for these areas are intended for large group activities and are at the discretion of the Council, dependent upon other troops/groups scheduled to be on-site. Areas may be locked if not reserved.

Staffed Program Activities

Program consultants (qualified adults and/or older girls) will lead 2-3 hour workshops geared toward the participants’ skill level.  Workshops may be scheduled mornings beginning at 9:00 AM or afternoons beginning at 1:00 PM.

Archery
Group Size: 10-12 participants
Price: $8/person

The appeal of archery is universal.  Shooting a bow and arrow is as old as the human race. Receive hands-on instruction from a National Archery Association certified instructor.  Learn archery skills or techniques to improve your existing skills.

Kayaks
Group Size: 10-12 participants
Price: $9/person

Canoeing
Group Size: 10-12 participants
Price: $9/person

Develop or improve your canoeing skills as you learn boating safety, paddling techniques, and proper boarding procedures.  Properly qualified American Red Cross Small Craft Instructor OR lifeguard and canoe instructor will be on duty.

Pedal Boats
Group Size: 10-12 participants
Price: $9/person

Climbing Wall
Group Size: 6-12 participants
Price: $9/person

The climbing wall allows campers to learn rock climbing skills in a controlled environment.  As a high ropes element, the climbing wall employs the use of a rope and anchor safety (belay) system but possesses a high level of perceived risk.  With climbs of varying difficulty, the climbing walls offer a challenge to every climber.

High Ropes
Group Size: 10-12 participants
Price: $25/person

The high ropes elements are those which employ the use of a rope and anchor safety (belay) system and possess a higher level of perceived risk.  The high elements are usually the most dramatic and are remembered by participants for a lifetime. The high ropes course is designed to teach participants that the more adventurous and undertaking, the more care and prudence necessary to achieve success safely.  The high ropes experience obviously places participants in situations that are perceived more risky than are their regular daily lives.  The goal is to make the increased risk manageable by preparing the participant to deal with the risk competently.ALL participants mush have previously participated in a low ropes workshop.

Low Ropes
Group Size: 8-15 participants
Price: $13/person

Low ropes activities are designed to provide the foundation for group cooperation.  The ropes course utilizes a progression of structured events and activities that require the group to work together to solve physical problems.  The activities are designed to foster self-discovery, improve self-confidence, and encourage group problem solving and communication.  Thechallenge by choice philosophy is incorporated into the program and allows participants to take part only in activities they feel comfortable with.  As the group develops trust, support and cooperation, participants are encouraged to expand their comfort zone.  Teamwork and communication are essential for the group to successfully complete the activities.  Trained staff facilitators guide participants through discussion of the experience, focusing on personal behavior and group dynamics.

Swimming
Group Size: 25 participants (maximum per 1 life guard)
Price: $7/person + lifeguard fee* 20 Person Minimum

The pool is available in season (Late May to early September).

Pontoon Boat
Group Size: 10-12 participants
Price: $35/group + lifeguard fee

Orienteering
Group Size: 10-60 participants
Price: $7/person

Try our permanent Orienteering Course with instruction! Equipment will be provided.

*Groups providing their own lifeguards and instructors must submit a copy of the certification card and pay an equipment rental fee.

*GSNCA Council lifeguard fee–$50.00 (per 3½ hours)