Northeast Georgia Council Properites

Council Service Centers

Jefferson Service Center

 

 

Lawrenceville Service CenterLawrenceville Service Center

Street Address

203 Swanson Drive
Lawrenceville, GA 30043
Phone: 770-962-2105
Fax: 770-962-8004

Hours:
Monday - Thursday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

 

 

Council Camp Properties

Camp Rainey MountainCamp Rainey Mountain Sign

Located east of Clayton, Georgia, Camp Rainey Mountain provides year round camping and high adventure activities. Camp Rainey Mountain is home to one of Northeast Georgia Council’s two Summer Camps. Camp Rainey Mountain is available for unit camping mid-August through June 1. Reservation Form

Program Facilities

  • two waterfront areas
  • rifle and shotgun range
  • archery range
  • a/c dining hall
  • two chapels
  • eleven program shelters
  • climbing and rappelling tower
  • C.O.P.E. course
  • miles of mountain trails, including the Bartram Trail in the Chattahoochee National Forest

Camping Facilities

  • 10 campsites featuring adirondack shelters
  • 12 campsites featuring tent platforms
  • 4 centrally located hot showers
  • family camping area
  • 3 town house cabins
  • Pioneer Village - 1800’s style

A full time camp ranger is on duty to assist the volunteer’s needs.

Reservations

To make reservations for weekend use of Camp Rainey Mountains, fill out the reservation form (or available at each of the council Service Centers) and send it to the Camping Department at the Jefferson Service Center.

Questions concerning camp facilities or availability should be directed to the Camping Department.

Directions
Camp Rainey Mountain is 4.2 miles east of Clayton, Georgia on Highway 76. Turn left at the granite sign on the left side of the road marking the entrance to Camp Rainey Mountain. Follow the road approximately 1 mile until it dead ends into the camp’s parking lot.
1494 Rainey Mountain Road, Clayton, GA 30525
Printable Map to Camp Rainey Mountain

ScoutlandScoutland Sign

Located on Lake Lanier, Scoutland provides year round camping and aquatics activities. Scoutland is home to one of Northeast Georgia Council’s two Summer Camps and to Webelos Adventure Camp. Scoutland is available for unit camping mid-August through mid-May. Reservation Form

Program Facilities
  • C.O.P.E. Course
  • Open Field for Games
  • Three Program Shelters
  • Swimming Dock
  • Two Boat Docks
  • Wide Assortment of Boats, Motor, Sailing, Canoeing, and Rowing
  • BB Gun/Air Rifle Range
  • Cleveland Hall for Activities and Meals
Camping Facilities
  • Multi-functional Shower House for all Ages and Genders
  • 50 Campsites
 

A full time camp ranger is on duty to assist volunteer's needs.

Reservations

To make reservations for weekend use of Scoutland, fill out the reservation form (available at each of the council Service Centers) and send it to the Camping Department at the Jefferson Service Center.
Here’s a link to an old out-of-date, but the latest we have, Map of Scoutland.

Questions concerning camp facilities or availability should be directed to the Camping Department.

Directions

Scoutland is located on Lake Lanier near Gainesville, Georgia. From I-985:

  • Take Exit #16 to Highway 53 West. Follow Highway 53 for 2.2 miles.
  • Turn right onto McEver Road (and stay on Highway 53). Highway 53 dead-ends at Dawsonville Highway.
  • Turn left and continue 3.9 miles to Sardis Road.
  • Turn right and continue to first intersection.
  • Bear right (this is still Sardis Road) to stop sign.
  • Continue 0.6 mile on Allison Road.
  • Turn right and continue to Looper Lake Road.
  • Turn right on Looper Lake Road and continue 0.6 mile to stop sign.
  • Turn left and follow the road into Scoutland.
Road signs will aid in finding Scoutland from state highways.

Address:  

3672 Looper Lake Road, Gainesville, GA 30506

Email Scoutland’s Camp Ranger with questions (just don’t try to make reservations with him, go through Jefferson).
Printable map to Scoutland

Camp RotaryCamp Rotary Sign

Located on Lake Hartwell, Camp Rotary provides year round "primitive" camping. This 25 acre camp on the lake was built with funds raised by the Rotary Club of Hartwell, Georgia.

Program Facilities

15 campsites
Large shelter with electricity
Showers and restrooms
Swimming dock
Council ring for campfires

Reservations

Camp Rotary is available for unit camping year-round. To make reservations for weekend use of Camp Rotary, fill out the reservation form (also available at each of the council Service Centers) and send it to the Camping Department at the Jefferson Service Center

Questions concerning camp facilities or availability should be directed to the Camping Department.

Directions

Camp Rotary is located near I-85 in north Georgia.

  • I-85 North to Exit 177 (Hartwell/Elberton)
  • Turn Right on Hwy 77
  • Go to the Royal Food Store - Junction 77 (4.9 miles)
  • Turn left on Junction 77 Rd (toward Payne Creek Campground)
  • When Junction 77 dead ends (2.1 miles), turn Left on Mt. Oivert
  • Continue on Mt. Olivert (there is a sharp right hand curve at 3.9 miles and it changes names to Bolman Hill Rd) to the 4 way stop sign (5.8 miles) (BP Stations on left across Highway 51)
  • Go Straight through the 4-way stop.
  • Take the 1st Left (Crawford Ferry Road) (1 mile)
  • Take the 1st Right (Rainbow Drive) (1.2 miles) (small white Camp Rotary sign)
  • Continue to Camp Rotary (1.2 miles)
  • Parking is 1 quarter mile on Right (across from the Ranger cabin on left)

Map of Camp Rotary

Here’s a map of Camp Rotary use it when reserving camp sites.