Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta operates five camp properties that are used for outdoor activities, day camp, summer overnight camp and troop camping throughout the year. Each camp has its own unique personality which stems from its location, facilities, activities offered, camper age groups, camp administration and its traditions passed on through the years.
Camp Timber Ridge was founded as Camp Civitania in 1924. As one of the South's oldest girls' camps still in operation, the camp has a very rich heritage combined with the best in modern resident camping philosophy. More than 220 acres of forest and streams offer many opportunities for hiking, nature lore, outdoor cooking and other camp craft skills. There are units for beginning, intermediate and advanced campers, a swimming pool, small lake for canoeing, archery range, high and low adventure courses and day use areas for after-school fun as well as weekend outings.