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Camp Frank G. Lumpkin Jr. is a part of the Chattahoochee Council Scout Reservation. It is located approximately 15 miles northwest of LaGrange, Georgia, on beautiful West Point lake. The camp is 600 acres with over 26 miles of lake shore it sits on Lake West Point with direct access to the Chattahoochee River. It is the location of our annual summer camp program and is available for year-round use by Scouting units. It is also available for use by outside organizations for corporate retreats, youth retreats, or community organizations.

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Camp James G. Gallant, our first camping facility on West Point Lake, was dedicated to the memory of James G. Gallant on April 16, 1983 during the first spring camporee to be held on the property. A dream of Mr. Gallant and Abe Tipton, it has become a favorite short term camping facility with Scouts and Scouters through out the Council and has hosted numerous camporees, council events, and is home of the annual Freeze-O-Ree held on the fourth weekend of January. The camp consists of over 300 acres with 28 campsites and has bathroom facilities.



Camp Pine Mountain is a historic Scout camp that first opened in the 1920’s it is one of the oldest continually used Scout camps in the country. Located approximately 1 mile south of the city of West Point, Georgia, off State Road 103. Camp Pine Mountain offers historic cabins as well as primitive camping site. The camp has a modern bath house with private hot showers and several flushing toilets.

The camp is the premier camping facility for Cub Scout family camping and adult outdoor leader training. It is also a perfect place weekend camp outs for Packs, Troops, or Scout families.




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