We are pleased you have expressed interest in spending some time at Camp Kaleo. It is our desire to provide you the best possible setting for you and your group. We would like for you to know more about Camp Kaleo.
It was established in 1986, and is located just south of Forsyth, Georgia. The facilities are built to be comfortable and rustic while maintaining a wilderness camp atmosphere. Camp Kaleo is a 318-acre wilderness camp with trails cutting through the hardwood forest. Camp Kaleo
also has a 29-acre lake, large swimming pool, activity fields, sand volleyball court, rope course, a regulation size gymnasium and log cabin design buildings throughout the camp.
The primary use of Camp Kaleo is a summer camp, primarily June and July for the Royal Ambassadors, provided by the Men’s Ministries of the Georgia Baptist Convention. Other groups, such as churches, youth, and families, are welcome to use the camp during the summer when space provides.
Camp Kaleo is owned by the Executive Committee of the Georgia Baptist Convention and is operated by it’s Men’s Ministries. Camp Kaleo is open for public rentals. You may schedule a time at camp kaleo during the off-season by contacting at (770) 936-5255.
Michael Flowers, camp director, is responsible for the camp program and promotions. Roger Pearson, camp manager, is responsible for the onsite maintenance and service to those persons using the camp. They maintain a staff to fulfill these responsibilities.
The word “kaleo” pronounced “kal-eh’-o,” is the greek source word, which Bible translators render as “called ones”. therefore, we at Camp Kaleo are called to be in fellowship with one another as we serve to worship and glorify God. We are called to engage our culture with the gospel. we are called to bear Christ’s name, be transformed and renewed. we are called, not by our own choosing but by God’s call alone.