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Mountain Jubilee Registration Opens July 8!

Dates | Prices & Registration | Accommodations | Activities

 

Enjoy a Fun Filled Weekend

Dads have a unique bond with their daughters, yet many of them spend less than an hour per day with their special girl.

Invest in a strong relationship and sign up for a quality nature outing, just dad and daughter, at Mountain Jubilee! Spend the weekend at beautiful Camp Misty Mountain in Armuchee, GA. Come just the two of you or get all the troop dads in on the action.

Girls and their dads, uncles, grandfathers, or other special men in their lives will be able to choose their accommodations and enjoy preparing meals together at their site. Learn how to cook and dine al fresco using traditional camping equipment or your own grill/smoker.

Make lasting memories while trying fun activities like archery, canoeing, square dancing, screen printing, candle-making and outdoor games. Additional activities are offered for a small fee, including horseback riding and the challenge tower.

Also enjoy a traditional campfire night, the extremely popular talent show, and wrap things up with an optional tasty Sunday breakfast buffet to reflect on the lasting memories made together.


Dates
Choose one of the four weekend sessions available:

  • September 18-20
  • September 25-27
  • October 2-4
  • October 9-11

Price: $25 per person (Male Adult & Daughter)
Registration Fees Include

  • A “Bring Your Own Tent or Camper” site
  • A Mountain Jubilee patch
  • Arts and crafts supplies
  • Insurance and staff to assist with activities

Additional activities are available for a small charge including equestrian* and adventure* activities as listed below.
*grade restrictions will apply for these activities.

Troop Cabin Reservation Opens: Thursday, June 17, 2015 at 9 a.m.
Mark your calendars to call 770.702.9140 to reserve a troop cabin for your group of 16-28 people. Reservations will be taken until all cabins are full. Please note cabin fees below.


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NEW eBiz Registration Details
For the first time, we are using eBiz to register for events. So please use this "How To" steps document to easily guide you through the new process.

 

Accommodation Options

 

Troop Cabin
PRICE: $200, for a group of 16–28 people
How to Reserve: Call 770.702.9140 starting June 17 at 9 a.m.

Three cabin units are available for each weekend, which have a complete kitchen (dishes, utensils, pots/pans, etc.), a family room and a shower/bathroom with multiple stalls.

 
 

Bunkhouse Cabin
PRICE: $10 per bed
How to Reserve: During the online event registration starting July 8 at 10 a.m.

The fourth cabin unit will be dedicated to individual dad and daughter pairs. Dads will use the bunkroom on one side and daughters will be on the opposite side. A family room and kitchen separates the bunkrooms. There are two bathrooms with the smaller being dedicated to dads. Max 24 people.

 
 

Platform Tents
PRICE: $2.50 per person
How to Reserve: During the online event registration starting July 8 at 10 a.m.

Platform tents in Beeches, Oak Ledge, Pasture Ridge, Sweet Gum Hollow & Windy Hill units are large walled canvas tents with wooden floors and five cots and mattresses. There are 25 platform tents within our five units.

 
 

Bring Your Own Tent or Camper
PRICE: No Additional Charge
How to Reserve: During the online event registration starting July 8 at 10a.m.

Three open fields are dedicated to guests who want to bring their own tent or camper:

Pear Tree Pasture: A smaller pasture near canoe beach and the archery range –very popular and just a short bike or walk away from activities.

Lower Pasture: Reserved for our larger RV’s and anyone with a generator – next to the Farmhouse, also a short walk or bike to activities.

Open Pasture: The largest of the three fields where most of our campers pitch tents, right in the middle of all the action.

PLEASE NOTE: You may not pitch a tent in a cabin or platform tent unit. If you have a large recreation vehicle or any vehicle with a generator, there are location restrictions and time frames for generator use. We are not a campground and do not have power, water or sewer hookups for RV’s. Small campers, such as pop-ups and pick-up trucks, are allowed in pasture.

 

Additional Fee Activities

 

Sunday Breakfast Buffet
PRICE: $10 per person (girl or adult)
Top off the weekend with a delicious breakfast buffet in the camp dining hall. Menu options will include several hot entree choices as well as cereal, yogurt, fresh fruit, assorted pastries, bagels and cream cheese, milk, juice, hot chocolate and coffee. Breakfast is available from 8-10 a.m.

 
 

Leather Craft
PRICE: $4 per project
Choose a leather craft project at camp: wristbands, bookmarks, coasters or key chains.

 
 

Tote Bags to Silk-Screen
PRICE: $5 per tote bag
These white tote bags are perfect for silk screening. Cost $5 per tote bag. We can only guarantee the first 500. You may bring a t-shirt to silk screen at no charge.

 
 

Challenge Tower & Climbing Wall
PRICE: $20 per person
Girl Scouts in 4th-12th grade for the 2014-2015 school year and their Dads can climb the Challenge Tower. Girl Scouts 6th-12th grade and their dads can take flight on the zip line. One session will be held on Sunday.
Maximum of 75 climbers

Zipline
PRICE: $20 per person
irl Scouts 6th-12th grade and their dads can take flight on the zip line. Sessions may be schedule both Saturday and Sunday.
Maximum of 75 zipliners

 

Additional Fee Activities: Horseback Riding
Horseback riding is a very popular activity and to accommodate as many folks as possible, early morning Saturday and Sunday morning rides are needed. Sign up times are available on a first come first serve basis at check-in. All participants must wear long pants and shoe/boot with a 1/2" heel. Limited loaner boots are available. Helmets are provided.


 

Riding Lesson
PRICE: $25 per girl
Girl Scouts in 4th – 12th grade for the 2014-2015 school year may register for a one hour arena lesson. The hour will include safety orientation, boot and helmet fitting, and ground lesson in addition to riding time.  Due to the busy schedule, Mountain Jubilee’s Riding Lessons are ALL geared toward beginner riders. No intermediate or advanced lessons are scheduled during these events.

 
 

Dad-Led Pony Trail Ride [K-3]
PRICE: $15 per girl
Daisy and Brownie Girl Scouts in grades k-3 will love having their dads lead them, accompanied by staff instructors, on a short wooded trail ride.

 
 

Dad & Daughter Trail Ride
PRICE: $25 per person (girl and adult)
Dads and daughters will have the chance to ride together! Girls who are in 6th-12th grade and their Dads will take a short "how to" lesson in the arena before going out on trail. Due to the mixed abilities in riding groups all rides will be at the walk only.

PLEASE NOTE: This is an very popular activity. Reservations are first come-first serve. If you are not placed initially, ask at check-in if space has become available.

 

Volunteer Opportunities
It takes our whole community working together to make each weekend a success. We ask every family to sign up for at least one volunteer block. There are a wide range of ways to help out, and most are just in a quick hour and fifteen minute blocks.

Activity Areas: Help lead an activity station– stations might include: candle making, leather craft, canoeing, lanyard making, screen printing, tie-dye, weird science, canoeing, challenge tower, equine center, or the backyard carnival! Volunteer assignments last just 75 minutes.

First Aider: Work as part of the first aid team- we generally have 4-6 first aiders on duty each weekend. This involves carrying a radio and first aid kit, and responding to anyone in need near to you throughout the day. You’re able to carry on in normal activities. We welcome those certified in CPR/FA, EMTs, Nurses, Physicians, and other qualified responders. These volunteers remain on call throughout the weekend.

Dining Hall Crew: Help serve breakfast on Sunday morning. 10-15 families are needed each weekend and will eat free. Be prepared to sign up for one of three shifts, each just 75 minutes.

Campsite Captains: Each living area has a Campsite Captain designated. These families are experienced Mountain Jubilee attendees who are happy to provide support, answer questions, and keep an eye out for any challenges in their part of camp and go about their day normally, remaining on call throughout the weekend.

Information Station/Trading Post: Hang out with the staff and other volunteers at Red Tent East or Red Tent West assisting with check in, providing info and directions, checking out equipment, and running the Trading Post (camp store) station. These shifts last just 75 minutes.

Have Questions?
About Registration: Contact the Event Registrar at 770.702.9650
About the Event: Contact the Camp Misty Mountain Director at cmmdirector@gsgatl.org or 706.629.1030