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JUNE 16 - 22


New for 2024, We are going to Camp Woodruff in Georgia

You'll never forget your summer at Woodruff. With programs designed for maximum fun and achievement, Woodruff offers once-in-a-lifetime adventures for Scouts looking for a pure Scouting experience.

Your typical Woodruff morning is spent knocking out Merit Badge requirements at the class-leading waterfront, nature/STEM center, field sports, handicraft or shooting sports ranges. In the afternoon, Scouts will the have the opportunity to take on adventure challenges like climbing & rappelling, whitewater rafting, mountain biking, mountain boarding, Ga-Ga ball, interpretive programs, and a variety of aquatic activities. Campfires, movie nights, Vespers, and spoof badge sessions fill the twilight hours before taps closes out another great day of camp. 

Located in the North Georgia Mountains, Woodruff's natural environment gives us nearly unlimited opportunities for adventure. And the renowned first-year camper program and quality merit-badge instruction means that every Scout will have the time of their life.


  • Canoeing

  • Kayaking

  • Lifesaving

  • Motorboating

  • Rowing

  • Small Boat Sailing

  • Swimming

  • Water Sports


  • Camping

  • Cooking

  • Cycling

  • Geocaching

  • Orienteering

  • Pioneering

Plus Others...

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  • Archery

  • Rifle Shooting

  • Shotgun Shooting


  • Astronomy

  • Chess

  • Digital Technology

  • Game Design

  • Programming

  • Welding 

Plus Others...


  • Horsemanship 

  • Metalwork

  • Woodwork


  • Climbing


  • Communication

  • Emergency Preparedness

  • First Aid

  • Personal Fitness

Plus Others...


  • Geology

  • Mining in Society

  • Plant Science

  • Reptile & Amphibian Study

Plus Others...


  • Animation

  • Graphic Arts

  • Journalism

  • Textile

Plus Others...

  • Mountaineer "First Year Camper"

  • Woodruff News Team

  • Pathfinder Program

  • Laurel Mountain Program

  • Whitewater Challenge

  • Adult Leader Training / Programs

The troop has 25 spots reserved for summer 2024. If registrations run over that we will see if we can add more spaces. Sign up early to reserve your spot. 

Summer Camp Costs:
Youth Camp Fee = $425

Troop T-shirt = $15

Lunch on the road = TBD

Transportation Costs = TBD

Individual additional Camp Activities = TBD


  • January 15, 2024: $210 - Deadline for GT58 Troop Scouts to Register

  • February 15, 2024: $210 - Deadline for Pack 58 AOL Scouts to Register

  • March 31, 2024: $230 

  • May 15, 2024: TBD (Transportation Fee, Additional Activities, Lunch on the road, etc...)

* Full Reimbursement of Camp Fee Payments if notice received ​by May 15. T-shirt fee is nonrefundable after order placed and transportation fees may be nonrefundable. 

The GT58 treasurer will email invoices to families using the payment schedule above. After your invoice is received, we ask families to submit payments electronically using ZELLE. If you have not connected with our GT58 Treasurer via ZELLE, please email her at and she can help you through that process.  Payments and reimbursements are now being handled electronically


  • We need adults to help us at camp, please consider helping, for more information please contact Mrs. Julie Klapp. Registered leaders get priority. Please let Julie know by January 15 if you would like to chaperone. (

  • A decision on who will be attending will be sent out by January 31

  • Adult Payments will be determined in March 2024


As we get closer to going to camp we will have more information on transportation. We will be traveling as a group which may include carpooling or via a bus. When we know the specifics, we will pass that information and potential cost along as a Third Payment in May 2024 once we know number of scouts attending, so we can divide the costs equally.


  • Each youth participating at Woodruff has, included in their camp fee, one offsite activity. That offsite activity could be either Nantahala river trip, Ocoee river trip, Whitewater MB, or Horse Trail Ride, either as part of the MB or just the ride. Any youth that desires an additional offsite activity will pay a $50 additional fee

  • Class C -Tshirt designed by GT58

  • Lunch on the travel day

  • Transportation Costs

Required Troop 58 Camp Forms
Other Helpful Information


After the May 15, 2024 cancellation deadline, any fees paid are non-refundable. So if you are unable to attend camp for illness, family reason or denied entry to camp due to medical checks then your fees paid would be non-refundable. However, individual trip cancellation insurance is available through several insurance carriers. This insurance will cover all expenses of your trip including fees paid to the troop in addition to the camp fee, with no deductible. The purchase of trip cancellation insurance is the responsibility of each scout/family. No refunds or exceptions will be made due to failure to purchase trip cancellation insurance. For some insurance coverage, you must secure the policy before January – when the first payment is made. The troop is not recommending any particular insurance provider, it is your responsibility to assess the need. Again this is completely optional.

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