Camp 175 consists of several acres of undisturbed woodlands and shoreline with camping facilities on Lake Allatoona, just north of Atlanta, Georgia. Camp 175 is available year-round for long-term or weekend camping for young adults and for youth with adult supervision.
The facilities at the camp include:
- Mess Hall
- 7 Adirondack shelters
- 3 latrines
- Hand-pumped well for water
- Fixed dock for boating activities
- Floating dock for swimming
- Flag pole/assembly area
- Winter campsite on the road into the main camp
- 2 small fields for sports, activities, or tent camping
- 2 arena-style tiered seating areas:
- One behind the Mess Hall
- One past the last Adirondack beyond the floating dock
The mess hall will accommodate up to 50 campers for meals. Electric stoves and refrigerators are available for food preparation. Water is hand-pumped from a 120-foot-deep well and must be carried 150 feet to the mess hall for cooking and washing.
Each Adirondack holds an average of 8 bunks to provide at least 55 bunks across the camp.
Camp 175, Inc., was chartered in 1955. All facilities were built and financed by the Scouts and Scouters of Boy Scout Troop 175, Atlanta Area Council, Decatur, Georgia.