Historical Walking Tours
In 1921, Juliette Gordon Low came to Lookout Mountain and personally chose the location for Camp Juliette Low—a training facility for Girl Scout leaders, which would also provide a wilderness camping experience for young girls. The Juliette Low Lodge, which was constructed in preparation for the first camping season in 1922, is on the National Register of Historic Places and remains the center of camp activity.
Take a free guided tour of Camp Juliette Low and let us share its wonderful history with you—see the historic lodge, explore the original 10 acres, and take in the natural beauty that attracted Juliette Low to this location. The tours are usually scheduled in the fall, are free to the public, and last about 45 minutes. The walking tour highlights the 100-year history of the camp, and a number of historical photographs and documents will be available for viewing as well. Members of the Board of Trustees will be on-hand to lead the tours and answer your questions.
There are no Historical Walking Tours scheduled at this time.
Contact the camp office for more information—info@CJL.org.