Camp Holloway exemplifies the rich history of Girl Scouting in Middle Tennessee. The camp, located on 80 beautiful acres just 45 minutes north of Nashville, Tennessee, is named after Josephine Groves Holloway, founder of the first African-American Girl Scout troop in Nashville. Facilities include a pool, shower house, a 40-foot climbing/rappelling tower, low ropes, tree climbing, and sleeping units of cabins and platform tents. The lodge is a beautiful, air-conditioned building where the majority of meals are served. Camper groups are limited to 12 girls with camper capacity at 96 campers.