Plan your next annual meeting, corporate or special event at one of our beautiful Tennessee business retreat campsites. Our camp facilities can support your business goals for developing teamwork, leadership skills and enhancing group dynamics. Our state-of-the-art Tennessee business retreat accommodations cater to groups of all sizes and are perfect for any upcoming event. Contact us to explore which facility best meets your needs.

Camp Holloway

Site Manager: Meredith Banaszak
Email: | Phone: (615) 947-3220

Camp Holloway is where girls can take part in a variety of outdoor adventures and take advantage of first-rate accommodations. Girls can experience archery, obstacle course, rappelling tower, rock climbing, swimming, team adventure, swing by choice and tree climbing. It’s also home to one of the two summer resident camps. Come discover the rich history Camp Holloway has to offer!

Camp Piedmont

Site Manager: Paul Parker
Email: | Phone: (615) 427-8740

Throughout the acres of wooded trails, campers are always just minutes way from base camp. The lodge boasts an activity room that is large enough to accommodate an entire troop. Campers can also use the 18-hole disc golf course as part of their activities. Activities include archery, team building and camptivities.

Camp Sycamore Hills

Site Manager: Dewayne Barnes
Email: | Phone: (615) 495-3113

Camp Sycamore Hills is our largest camp and is often used for troop and service unit camping. It offers many opportunities to experience the great outdoors including archery, bluff rappelling, canoeing, cook outs, funoeing, high challenge, obstacle course, team adventure, tree climbing and wagon rides. Our more than 40 horses live on site and are available for programs throughout the year. It’s also home to one of the two summer resident camps.


  • Troop Camping

    Generally the third weekend of each month is reserved for troop camping. Troops may also request other open dates.

    Troops may travel to Camp Holloway, Camp Piedmont or Camp Sycamore Hills to experience cooking, team building and the beautiful properties we as Girl Scouts own. Your troop will need to complete required Outdoor Skills Training and First Aid/CPR to reserve a tent, cabin or lodge at one of our properties. This is a wonderful experience to introduce your Girl Scouts to the many offerings around her!

    Step 1: Check Your Dates
    Decide on a date and check E Council, Property tab, for availability.

    Step 2: Property Reservation
    Visit the E Council registration page. Troops may reserve a unit 90 days prior to the date of the camp out.

    Step 3: Payment
    Once you have registered, E Council will send you an invoice by email or by mail from our council registrars. Deposits are due within 30 days of reservation. All final payments are due no later than 30 days prior to your event.

  • Service Unit Camporees and Events

    The first weekend of every month is reserved for Service Unit Camporees. Your Service Unit has two chances a year to enter an Annual Camporee Drawing. Camporee requests are due April 1 or October 1.

    • April 1: Camporees in September – December
    • October 1: Camporees in January – August

    Information: Service Unit Camporees or Events may reserve half of the property or more depending on the total number of girls registered. You will be charged for the entire property at the time of reservation unless you change your reservation 3 months prior to your Service Unit Camporee or Event date.

    Consider reserving the commercial kitchen when cooking for Service Unit Camporees or Events! The kitchens in each unit are designed to cook for the maximum capacity for each specific cabin. The Service Unit Camporee or Event will be assessed the full fee of the industrial kitchen if you cook for more than the capacity of the unit.

    To be considered a Service Unit Camporee or Event you must meet the girl minimum below:

    • Camp Holloway – 50 participants
    • Camp Piedmont – 30 participants
    • Camp Sycamore Hills – 100 participants