List of council camps (Boy Scouts of America)

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There are hundreds of local council camps of the Boy Scouts of America operated by the Boy Scouts of America. Some of these include:

Within the 50 US states[edit]

Alabama[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Alaflo Alabama-Florida Council Dothan Active
Camp Arrowhead Birmingham Area Council Clanton Closed Camp Arrowhead operated from the early 1940s to 1971 and was located on the Coosa River.
Camp Horne Black Warrior Council Cottondale Active Located in east Tuscaloosa County, Camp Horne is a 496-acre facility.
Camp Jack Wright Greater Alabama Council McCalla Active Located in the Roupes Valley, adjacent to Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park.
Camp Jackson Greater Alabama Council Scottsboro Active Camp Jackson is a 515-acre primitive camp located 5 miles east of Scottsboro on the Tennessee River at Jones Cove.
Camp McKenzie Birmingham Area Council Pell City Sold In 2006, when the Birmingham Area Council Boy Scouts was dissolved, Camp McKenzie became an interdenominationali Christian camp named Camp Winnataska.[1]
Camp O'Rear Black Warrior Council Jasper Active Camp O'Rear is a 90-acre primitive-style facility located in Jasper, AL.
Camp Pushmataha Mobile Area Council Citronelle Active Camp Pushmataha is no longer a council camp and is owned by the City of Citronelle. With a reservation from the city, Scout troops are welcome to camp there. It is a primitive camping facility. Pre-1960s it was the Mobile Area Council Camp.
Camp Westmoreland Greater Alabama Council Florence Closed First opened in the 1920s and closing in the 1980s, Camp Westmoreland is located in Lauderdale County. However, it is still widely used to this day for both council and district activities. The camp was once a part of the Tennessee Valley Council, which merged with two other councils to form the Greater Alabama Council.
Camp Zinn Choccolocco Council Anniston Sold Camp Zinn, in Dekalb County, operated from 1931 to 1965. At a September 8, 1966 meeting, the Official Board of Camp Lee, a United Methodist Church organization, purchased the camp from the Choccolocco Council, and renamed it Camp Lee.
Frank Spain Scout Reservation Greater Alabama Council Delta Active Also called Camp Sequoyah, a 1,447 acre camp in east central Alabama, near Cheaha State Park.
Hugh M. Comer Scout Reservation Greater Alabama Council Mentone Active
Maubila Scout Reservation Mobile Area Council Grove Hill Active Camp Maubila is 680 acres.
Warner Scout Reservation Tukabatchee Area Council Prattville Active Warner Scout Reservation includes two camps: Camp Tukabatchee and Camp Dexter C. Hobbs.
White Bluff Scout Reservation Black Warrior Council Demopolis Active A primitive camp located north of Demopolis, Alabama.

Alaska[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Gorsuch Great Alaska Council Mirror Lake Active
Eagle River Scout Camp Great Alaska Council 58.516293,-134.825249 Active
Denali High Adventure Scout Base Great Alaska Council Fairbanks North Star Borough Active
Lost Lake Scout Camp Midnight Sun Council Salcha Active 400 acres, located 58.5 miles south of Fairbanks.

Arizona[edit]

Camp Name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Geronimo Grand Canyon Council Payson Active Located between Payson, Arizona and Pine, Arizona, near the Mogollon Rim. Camp Geronimo incorporates the former Spade Ranch house.
Camp Lawton Catalina Council Tucson Active Located on land, leased from the US forest service since 1921, in the Santa Catalina mountains outside of Tucson, Arizona.
Camp Levi Levi Las Vegas Area Council Kingman Active Located in the Hualapai Mountains 14 miles south of Kingman, Arizona, at an elevation of 7,000 feet.
Double V Scout Ranch Catalina Council Tucson Active Located on 360-acre six miles southwest of Tucson, near Tucson Mountain Park's Cat Mountain. The ranch was acquired on a long-term lease from the Bureau of Land Management in 1969.
Heard Scout Pueblo Grand Canyon Council Phoenix Active Located near 20th Street and Baseline Road in Phoenix, Arizona.
Lake Pleasant Camp Grand Canyon Council Peoria Active An aquatics and nature based camp located at the Desert Outdoor Center at Lake Pleasant 20 miles north of central Phoenix in Peoria, Arizona. It is operated in cooperation with the Maricopa County Parks Department.
R-C Scout Ranch Grand Canyon Council Payson Active Located a half-hour east of Payson, the ranch is available to Boy Scout troops and Cub Scout packs for camping.[2]
Raymond Scout Reservation Grand Canyon Council Parks Active Located 30 miles outside of Flagstaff, Arizona, between the Kaibab National Forest and the Coconino National Forest, along the rim of Sycamore Canyon.

Arkansas[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Cedar Valley Eastern Arkansas Council Hardy Sold This camp served the Eastern Arkansas Council from 1942 to 1966, when it was sold to a developer. It was located 5.5 miles southwest of Hardy, AR on the Spring River. Originally 95 acres, an additional land purchase brought this up to 255 acres.
Camp De Soto De Soto Area Council El Dorado Active Located outside Junction City, AR.
Camp Orr Westark Area Council Harrison Active Camp Orr has been in use since 1955 and covers nearly 600 acres of the Buffalo National River Wilderness Area. It is the only Boy Scout camp situated within a National Park.[3]
Pine Trail Reservation/Camp Cedar Valley Eastern Arkansas Council Viola Sold In 2002, after the merger of the Eastern Arkansas Area Council into the Quapaw Area Council, Camp Cedar Valley was promptly sold to a private owner. It is still an active camp, on 777 acres just south of Viola, Arkansas on U.S. 412, in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains.
Camp Pioneer Caddo Area Council Hatfield Active
Camp Preston Hunt Caddo Area Council Texarkana Active
Camp Quapaw Quapaw Area Council Benton Closed Camp Quapaw opened in 1925 and was located on the Saline River west of Benton in Saline County. In 1976 when Camp Kiwanis was purchased, Camp Quapaw was then closed and the land was later sold.
Camp Spencer Westark Area Council Mountain Home Active A 100-acre primitive camping facility, located on the shore of Lake Norfork, east of Mountain Home, AR.
Gus Blass Scout Reservation Quapaw Area Council Damascus Active Purchased in 1976, the reservation includes Camp Rockefeller and the Donald W. Reynolds Scout Training Center, located west of Damascus, Arkansas. The reservation was named the Cove Creek Scout Reservation and Camp Nile Montgomery until 2001.
Kia Kima Scout Reservation Chickasaw Council AR Active
Rhodes Scout Reservation Ouachita Area Council Bismarck Sold In 2012, after the merger of Ouachita Area Council and the Quapaw Area Council, the Rhodes Scout Reservation, a 16,000+ acre camp on Lake DeGray in Bismarck, AR, was sold to the Ouachita Camp Foundation, in partnership with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Ross Foundation. It is still available for use by the troops of the Quapaw Area Council as a private campsite.
Rogers Scout Reservation Westark Area Council Booneville Active In 1973 the Arkansas State Legislature permitted the Westark Area Council to purchase 2,842 acres of the Booneville Sanatorium, just south of Booneville, Arkansas, which is now known as the Rogers Scout Reservation.[4]

California[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Ahwahnee Scout Reservation
Cabrillo Beach Youth Waterfront Sports Center Los Angeles Area Council San Pedro Active
Boulder Creek Scout Reservation Pacific Skyline Council Boulder Creek Active
Camp 49’er
Camp Ahwahnee
Camp Anza
Camp Arataba California Inland Empire Council Barton Flats Closed Closed in 1960.
Camp Baxter
Camp Berrysea
Camp Cedarbrook Alameda Council Long Barn Closed
Camp Chawanakee Sequoia Council Shaver Lake, California Active
Camp Cherry Valley San Gabriel Valley Council Cherry Cove Active
Camp Cody Troop 1, Sacramento CA Near Strawberry CA Active Founded in 1937, run by Troop 1 of the Golden Empire Council.
Camp Conestoga
Camp Crescent M San Francisco Council Lake Tenaya, Yosemite Closed 1927-1962. High adventure camp. Non permanent.
Camp Dimond-O Oakland Area Council / San Francisco Bay Area Council Mather, CA Closed 1926-1978. Located outside of Yosemite.
Camp Dimond Oakland Area Council Oakland, CA Closed 1919-1948. Located at the head of Dimond Canyon in Oakland. The property was sold to the Oakland Public Schools. Currently Joaquin Miller Elementary School and Montera Middle School occupy the site.
Camp Echo
Camp Ed Barrer
Camp Emerald Bay Western Los Angeles County Council Emerald Bay Active Has been operating since 1925.
Camp Emerson California Inland Empire Council Idyllwild-Pine Cove Active Operated since 1919.
Camp Fiesta Island
Camp Fleischmann
Camp French Los Padres Council Arroyo Grande Active
Camp Harvey West Golden Empire Council Echo Lake (California) Closed Located on Upper Echo Lake at 7,500 feet in the Eldorado National Forest near the Desolation Wilderness. A summer camp, it had 12 troop campsites, and a staff of around 30.
Camp Helendade California Inland Empire Council Running Springs Active Operated since 1960 and located near Running Springs, California. It was partially burned in the California fires of October 2007.
Camp Herms
Camp Hi-Sierra Silicon Valley Monterey Bay Council Long Barn Active Located in the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. This camp is at a notably high altitude, with the majority of its buildings standing at approximately 4,800 feet and the highest point of the mountain standing over a mile high at 5,300 feet.
Camp High Sierra
Camp Isom Greater Yosemite Council Orestimba Creek Active
Camp John Mensinger Greater Yosemite Council Stanislaus National Forest Active
Camp Josepho Western Los Angeles County Council Active Opened in 1941, the 110-acre camp is located in the Santa Monica Mountains in Los Angeles County.
Camp Jubilee
Camp Kern Southern Sierra Council Huntington Lake Active
Camp Kit Carson
Camp Lassen Golden Empire Council Butte Meadows Active
Camp Lindblad Mount Diablo Silverado Council Boulder Creek Closed Sold in 2017
Camp Lilienthal - Marin San Francisco Council / San Francisco Bay Area Council Fairfax, CA Closed 1929-1973. First all weather camp of the SF Council.
Camp Lilienthal - SF San Francisco Council San Francisco, California Closed 1919-1925. Located in Stern Grove next to Pine Lake.
Camp Loomer Oakland Area Council / San Francisco Bay Area Council Pollack Pines, California Closed 1957-1973.
Camp I-Yee-Que
Camp Mac Bride
Camp Marin-Sierra
Camp McConnell Greater Yosemite Council Livingston Active
Camp Meek Oakland Area Council San Lorenzo, California Closed 1942-1952. Located across the street from current San Lorenzo High School.
Camp Minkalo
Camp Mirimichi High Adventure Base
Camp Mirimichi
Camp Nejedly
Camp Masonite Navarro Redwood Empire Council Active Located near Navarro in Mendocino County, CA.
Camp Myford Orange County Council Closed
Camp Noyo Redwood Empire Council Active Located on the Noyo River in Mendocino County, CA.
Camp O'Hara
Camp Okihi
Camp Oljato Pacific Skyline Council Active Located at Huntington Lake in Lakeshore, CA, and was founded in 1941 as a Jewish boys' singing camp.
Camp Pacifico
Camp Pahatsi Golden Empire Council Soda Springs Active
Camp Pico Blanco Silicon Valley Monterey Bay Council Big Sur, CA Active
Camp Pollock Golden Empire Council Sacramento Closed Sold to the Sacramento Valley Conservancy.
Camp Pomponio
Camp Rokili Orange County Council Closed
Camp Robert L. Cole Golden Empire Council Cisco Grove, CA Active
Camp Royaneh / Camp CC Moore San Francisco Council / San Francisco Bay Area Council Cazadero, CA Active 1925–present. Camp Royaneh was renamed to Camp CC Moore in honor of SF Council President and National BSA Vice-President Charles C. Moore from 1938 until 1950. Its name was changed back to Camp Royaneh in 1950/1951.
Camp Silverado
Camp Tahquitz Long Beach Area Council Angelus Oaks Active
Camp Tamarancho (Cub?)
Camp Three Falls
Camp Whitsett Western Los Angeles County Council Active Located in the Sequoia National Forest.
Camp Winton Golden Empire Council Bear River Reservoir Active
Camp Wolfeboro Mt Diablo Silverado Council Active located in Sierra Nevada Mountains near Angels Camp and Bear Valley. Started operating as a Boy Scout camp in 1928.
Camp Wolverton Western Los Angeles County Council Active Located in the Sequoia National Park.
Cedar Camp
Chesebrough Scout Reservation Silicon Valley Monterey Bay Council Active Also called Camp Chesebrough, this is a 544-acre (2.2 km²) Boy Scouts of America camp in the Santa Cruz Mountains of Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties, California.
Circle B Scout Ranch Old Baldy Area Council Closed Open from the late 1950s until 1974, it was located in the southern Sierra Nevada northeast of Lake Isabella and due west of China Lake Naval Weapons Station.
Circle X Los Angeles Area Council Triunfo Pass Closed
Cutter Scout Reservation Pacific Skyline Council Boulder Creek Active
Firestone Scout Reservation Los Angeles Area Council Brea Active Located just east of State Route 57 in Tonner Canyon between Diamond Bar and Brea, California.
Forest Lawn Scout Reservation Los Angeles Area Council Lake Arrowhead Active Located 3 miles (5 km) east of Lake Arrowhead, California, formerly known as the Lake Arrowhead Scout Camps. The Forest Lawn Scout Reservation consists of five active and one closed Boy and Cub Scout resident camps on more than 2,000 acres in the San Bernardino National Forest. The six camps are:
  • Circle X Ranch at Big Horn
  • Camp Pepperdine,
  • Camp Pitchess, formerly Camp Cedar (closed)
  • Camp Pollock - adjacent to what was once Camp Pitchess
  • John Wayne Outpost - wilderness camping area
  • Northrop Family Camp
Glacial Trails Scout Ranch
Holcomb Valley Scout Ranch San Gabriel Valley Council Active Located north of Big Bear Lake in the old mining district of Belleville in the Holcomb Valley, on the site of the old Hitchcock Ranch.
Holt Scout Ranch San Gabriel Valley Council Closed Closed in 1974.
Irvine Ranch Outdoor Education Center Orange County Council Active
Jubilee Scout Ranch Western Los Angeles County Council Closed Closed in 2003.
Log Cabin Wilderness Camp Los Angeles Area Council Tioga Pass Road Active A high adventure base camp located in the Inyo National Forest, near the Tioga Pass Road on the eastern slopes of the Sierra Nevada, bordering the Hoover Wilderness and Yosemite National Park.
Long Beach Sea Base Long Beach Area Council Long Beach Active
Lost Valley Scout Reservation Orange County Council Active Schoepe Scout Reservation at Lost Valley
Marina Wilderness Camp
Mataguay Scout Reservation
Newport Sea Base Orange County Council Active
Oso Lake Orange County Council Active
Pardee Scout Sea Base Western Los Angeles County Council Marina Del Rey Active
Pendola Sierra Adventure base Greater Yosemite Council Emigrant Wilderness Area Active
Rancho Alegre Los Padres Council Lake Cachuma Active
Rancho Las Flores Orange County Council Closed At Camp Pendelton
Rancho Los Mochos Oakland Area Council / San Francisco Bay Area Council Livermore, California Active 1945–present. Located in the hills south of Livermore. 640 acres. Three camping areas: Blue Oak Ridge, Manzanita Flats, and Deadwood.
Sierra North High Aadventure
Stockton Sea Scout Base
Three Falls Camp
Trask Scout Reservation San Gabriel Valley Council Monrovia Active Located above the Sawpit Dam off of Monrovia Canyon Park.
Verdugo Pines
Wente Scout Reservation / Willits Scout Reservation Oakland Area Council / San Francisco Bay Area Council Willits, California Active 1959–present. 2200 acres located in the hills east of Willits. First camping took place in October 1959, and the first summer camp took place in July 1964. It was renamed to Wente Scout Reservation in 1978 in honor of San Francisco Council Board Member and Bank of America President Carl F. Wente.
Will J. Reid Reservation Long Beach Area Council Closed

Colorado[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Ben Delatour Scout Ranch Longs Peak Council Red Feather Lakes, Colorado Active Encompassing 3,200 acres at Red Feather Lakes, Colorado, it includes four Scout camps.
  • Jack Nicol Cub Scout Camp
  • Camp Charles Jeffrey
  • Camp Ruth Coffin
  • Elkhorn High Adventure Base
Camp Alexander Pikes Peak Council Eleven Mile Canyon Active
Camp Laramie Longs Peak Council Wheatland, Wyoming Active
Camp Patiya Longs Peak Council Boulder, Colorado Active
Chimney Park Scout Camp Longs Peak Council Woods Landing, Wyoming Active
Tahosa High Adventure Base Denver Area Council Ward, Colorado Active Located near Ward, Colorado this was the primary camp for the Denver area until the late 1970s, when it was shut down because of damage caused by environmental factors. The camp was recently re-opened as a high adventure base.
O.A. Greager Scout Ranch Western Colorado Council Closed
Peaceful Valley Scout Ranch Denver Area Council Elbert, Colorado Active Built in the 1960s by the Army Corps of Engineers, the camp is located just outside Elbert, CO.
Rocky Mountain High Adventure Base Rocky Mountain Council Poncha Springs, Colorado Active Formerly Packard High Adventure Base.
San Isabel Scout Ranch Rocky Mountain Council San Isabel, Colorado Active
Spanish Peaks Scout Ranch Santa Fe Trail Council Walsenburg, Colorado Active

Connecticut[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Aquila (formerly Camp Mauwehu) Connecticut Yankee Council Candlewood Lake, Sherman, CT Closed Located on Candlewood Lake in Sherman, CT., the camp was sold in 1982 along with Camp Toquam in Goshen.[5]
Camp Cochipianee Bristol Area Council Goshen, CT Closed The camp was founded in 1928 by the Bristol Area Council and was sold after the New Britain Area Council and the Bristol Area Council were merged in 1972.
Camp Irving Housatonic Council Shelton, CT Closed The camp was located in Shelton in the Birchbank area along the Housatonic River. It was closed in 1945 and the buildings were razed in 1948.[6]
Camp Mattatuck Connecticut Rivers Council Plymouth, CT Active Mattatuck Council purchased 170 acres in 1938 and the camp opened the following year.
Camp Nahaco Connecticut Rivers Council Woodstock, CT Sold Previously called Camp Keemosabee, the camp was purchased by the towns of Woodstock and Eastford on March 3, 2003. The 120 acre site is now permanently protected from development and the Boy Scouts still have use of the property.
Camp Pioneer Long Rivers Council New Hartford, CT Closed Located on the shores of West Hill Pond, adjacent to Camp Sequassen, it was sold in 1985 and has since been developed.
Camp Pomperaug Connecticut Yankee Council Union, CT Active For a time the camp was leased to the Ct Burn Foundation as a summer camp for children with severe burns; however, it has since been changed back into a Scout camp.
Camp Sequassen Connecticut Yankee Council New Hartford, CT Active Located at 791 West Hill Road in New Hartford, Connecticut.
Camp Toquam Connecticut Yankee Council Goshen, CT Closed The camp was sold in 1982 along with Camp Aquila in Sherman.[5]
Camp Workcoeman Connecticut Rivers Council New Hartford, CT Active Established in 1924 and located on the shore of West Hill Pond.
Deer Lake Scout Reservation Connecticut Yankee Council Deer Lake, Killingworth, CT Active It was originally owned by Central Connecticut Council until the merger with Quinnipiac Council. It is currently being upgraded to run the Connecticut Yankee Council's Cub Scout Summer Resident Camp.
Edmund D. Strang Scout Reservation Housatonic Council Goshen, CT Active Formally called Housatonic Scout Reservation.
Ernest Thompson Seton Scout Reservation Greenwich Council Greenwich, CT Active A 249-acre camp located off 363 Riversville Road in Greenwich.
Frederick Sprague Barbour Scout Reservation Connecticut Rivers Council Norfolk, CT Active 106-acre wilderness camp
John Sherman Hoyt Scout Reservation Connecticut Yankee Council Redding, CT Active The 174 acre reservation was donated to the Alfred W. Dater Council by Alice B. Sanford in 1966.
June Norcross Webster Scout Reservation Connecticut Rivers Council Ashford, CT Active Originally opened as Camp Ashford on June 28, 1964, today the reservation occupies 1,200 acres (4.9 km2) of land.
Lake of Isles Scout Reservation Long Rivers Council North Stonington, CT Closed This reservation included Camp Apache, Camp Pequot, and Camp Cherokee. With the construction of the Mashantucket Pequot Casino in 1991-1992, the camp's surroundings had been changed enough that the Long Rivers Council decided to sell the property to the Native American tribe in 1992. The Mashantucket nation has since converted the land into a golf course.
Mark Greer Scout Reservation Connecticut Rivers Council Bozrah, CT Sold It is home to Camp Tadma, a Cub Scout summer resident camp and Camp Wakenah, a Cub Scout day camp previously located on Gardner Lake in Salem. The reservation was known almost exclusively as Camp Tadma until 2004. Camp Tadma was closed in 2013, much to the sorrow of the staff and dedicated Scout troops who had grown to love the camp. The camp was sold in 2014 and is now owned by a church.
Wah Wah Tay See Connecticut Yankee Council North Haven, CT Active

Delaware[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Henson Scout Reservation Del-Mar-Va Council Galestown, Maryland Active Also known as Camp Nanticoke, a 1,500-acre located on the Delmarva Peninsula.
Rodney Scout Reservation Del-Mar-Va Council North East, Maryland Active The reservation includes Camp Lenape, Camp Pathfinder, and Camp Wilderness. It is located on 900 acres at the head of the Chesapeake Bay.
Akridge Scout Reservation Del-Mar-Va Council Dover, Delaware Active Located on 85 acres (0.3 km2) of farmland in Dover, Delaware.

Florida[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Baden Powell Scout Reservation
Bronson Charter Camp
Camp Alafia
Camp Big Heart
Camp Chautauqua
Camp Clear Lake
Camp Coacoochee
Camp Dark Hammock Gulfstream Council Active (leased) Located outside of Okeechobee, FL.
Camp Echockotee
Camp Elmore South Florida Council Davie, FL
Camp Everglades South Florida Council Homestead, FL
Camp Flying Eagle Southwest FL Council Bradenton, FL Active Located as part of the Harry Sudakoff Scout Reservation.
Camp Howard Closed Open in the 1960s, Camp Howard was located in Longwood, Florida, close to, if not exactly where the upscale community of Heathrow is located today.
Leonard and Marjorie Williams Family Scout Reservation Central Florida Council Active Leonard and Marjorie Williams Family Scout Reservation and Camp La-No-Che are located on the north shore of Lake Norris in Paisley, FL on 1,480 acres adjacent to the Ocala National Forest. The camp has brand new aquatics, and adventure camp facilities that include the zip line/Adventure Tower, two lighted swimming pools with slide and diving board, and two lakefront aquatics areas.
Camp Lone Oak
Camp Loxahatchee
Camp Miles Southwest FL Council Active Located outside of Punta Gorda, Florida.
Camp Oklawaha Gulfstream Council Active Located outside of Sebastian, Florida.
Camp Osprey
Camp Owen Brorein
Camp Reed
Camp Sawyer South Florida Council Big Pine Key, FL
Camp Sebring
Camp Semialachee
Camp Shands
Camp Soule
Camp Stine
Camp Tanah-keeta
Charles H. Topmiller Canoe Base
Flaming Arrow Scout Reservation Gulf Ridge Area Council Active Located outside of Lake Wales, Florida.
Florida National HA Sea Base
La-No-Che Scout Reservation
McGregor Smith Scout Reservation Closed Also known as Camp Lone Oak, in 2004 the 4,964-acre site, located at East Boy Scout Road in Inverness, Florida was purchased and managed as part of the Southwest Florida Water Management District. In 2012 the camp was closed and dismantled.
Negro Camp
Rocky Pine Scout Camp
Ro-Pa-Co
Sand Hill Scout Reservation West Central Florida Area Council Active 1,212 acres in the central Florida region, located near Brooksville, Florida.
Snapper Creek Camp
Spanish Trail Scout Reservation Gulf Coast Council DeFuniak Springs, Florida Active Opened in 1961, the Spanish Trail Scout Reservation included the Yustaga Lodge.
Tanah Keeta Scout Reservation Gulfstream Council Active Located outside of Tequesta, Florida.
Wallwood Boy Scout Reservation
Winn-Dixie Scout Reservation

Georgia[edit]

Camp Name Council Location Status Notes
Bert Adams Scout Reservation Atlanta Area Council Covington, GA Active
Blythe Island Scout Camp
Camp Allatoona
Camp Benjamin Hawkins
Camp Blue Heron
Camp Broken Arrow (cub)
Camp Frank G. Lumpkin Chattahoochee Council LaGrange, GA Active Camp Frank G. Lumpkin-(FGL) is part of the Chattahoochee Council Scout Reservation.Located on West Point Lake, the camp is 600 acres with over 26 miles of lake shore.
Camp James G. Gallant Chattahoochee Council LaGrange, GA Active Camp James G. Gallant was dedicated in April 1983. It is part of the Chattahoochee Council Scout Reservation. It consists of over 300 acres with 28 campsites.
Robert E. Knox Scout Reservation Georgia-Carolina Council Lincolnton, Ga Active Knox Scout Reservation has over 500 acres with 7 miles of shoreline.
Camp Pine Mountain Chattahoochee Council West Point, GA Active Camp Pine Mountain is a historic Scout camp that first opened in the 1923. It is one of the oldest continually used Scout camps in the country.
Chase S. Osborn Scout Reservation South Georgia Council Active Also known as Camp Osborn and Camp Patten. Camp Osborn is located near Sylvester, GA, and Camp Patten is located in Lakeland, GA.
Scoutland Northeast Georgia Council (NEGA) Gainesville, GA Active Located in Gainesville, Georgia on Lake Lanier. It offers primitive camping with 50 campsites; restrooms with showers and electricity; a C.O.P.E. course, an open field for games; three program shelters; a swimming dock; two boat docks; a wide assortment of boats: motor, sailing, canoeing, and rowing; a BB gun/air rifle range; and Cleveland Hall for activities and meals.
Camp Rainey Mountain Northeast Georgia Council (NEGA) Clayton, GA Active Located near Clayton, Georgia, Camp Rainey Mountain's High Adventure Outpost offers 10 campsites featuring adirondack shelters, 12 campsites featuring tent platforms, four centrally located hot showers, a family camping area, three townhouse cabins, an 1800s style pioneer village, two waterfront areas, a rifle and shotgun range, an archery range, an air-conditioned dining hall, two chapels, 11 program shelters, a climbing and rappelling tower, and a C.O.P.E. course. There are miles of mountain trails, including the Bartram Trail in the Chattahoochee National Forest, and the camp is only 30 minutes from Appalachian Trail access.
Camp Rotary Northeast Georgia Council (NEGA) Hartwell, GA Active Located in Hartwell, Georgia on Lake Hartwell. Offers primitive camping with 15 campsites, restrooms with shower and electricity, a swimming dock and a council ring for campfires.
Camp Sidney Dew Northwest Georgia Council Active Located on 600 acres, Camp Sidney Dew was founded in 1939 and is located in a valley between John's Mountain and Horn Mountain, with the Chattahoochee National Forest to the north and John's Creek to the south.
Camp Strachan
Camp Thunder
Camp Tolochee
Gerald I. Lawhorn Canoe base and Training Center
Rainey Mountain Reservation
Thunder Scout Reservation
Woodruff Scout Reservation

Hawaii[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Alan Faye Aloha Council Active Located in Koke'e State Park on the island of Kaua'i, adjacent to Waimea Canyon State Park, 13 miles from the town of Waimea, HI.
Camp Honokaia Aloha Council Active A 210-acre site, located between Honokaa and Waimea (Kamuela) above Waipio Valley, known as the "Valley of Kings" on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Camp Maluhia Maui County Council Active Located on 212 acres on the windward slopes of West Maui, 15 minutes from Wailuku, HI.
Camp Pupukea Aloha Council Active Located on Oahu, a 65-acre camp 3 miles above Sunset Beach on Pupukea Road and roughly situated an hour's drive from downtown Honolulu and Waikiki.
Camp Pohoiki Kilauea Council

Idaho[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Bartlett Scout Reservation
Camp Aspen Ridge Trapper Trails Council Near Preston, Idaho. Active
Camp Bartlett Trapper Trails Council Southeastern Idaho Active Located 4 miles from Cache National Forest.
Camp Bradley Snake River Council Near Stanley, Idaho. Active
Camp Easton Inland Northwest Council Between Coeur d'Alene and Harrison, Idaho. Active
Camp Grizzly Inland Northwest Council Near Harvard, Idaho. Active
Camp Little Lemhi Grand Teton Council Near Palisades Reservoir , Idaho Active
Camp Morrison Ore-Ida Council Near McCall, Idaho. Active
Camp Ram's Head Teton Peaks Council near Arco, Idaho, held in late 1950's Inactive
Hull Valley Scout Reservation
Island Park Scout Camp Grand Teton Council Near Island Park, Idaho. Active
North Idaho HA Base
Salmon River HA Base Grand Teton Council Northeast of Salmon, Idaho Active
Treasure Mountain Grand Teton Council East of Driggs Idaho, barely over border of Western Wyoming Active

Camp Pineview / Teton Peaks Council / Island Park, Idaho - 1926-1927 / Inactive

Illinois[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Akela Hunt TX ?[7]
Camp Am-Wa-Co
Camp Big Timber Three Fires Council Elgin Active
Camp Bunn Abraham Lincoln Council Hettick Active
Camp Cahokia
Camp Dan Beard Northeast Illinois Council Northbrook, IL Under renovation Now under the jurisdiction of the Forest Preserve District of Cook County.[8]
Camp Delavan West Suburban Council Delavan, WI Closed
Camp Eastman Mississippi Valley Council Quincy, IL Active Located near Nauvoo, IL.
Camp Heffernan Corn Belt Council Normal Sold Easter Seals Central Illinois renamed Timber Pointe Outdoor Center.
Camp Henry C. Warner
Camp Illinek Abraham Lincoln Council Chatham Active
Camp Joy Greater St. Louis Area Council Carlyle, IL Active
Camp Ki Shau Wau W.D. Boyce Council Carlyle Sold Sold in 1989.
Camp Lakota Pathway to Adventure Council Woodstock Active
Camp Lowden Blackhawk Area Council Oregon Active
Camp Mansur Moline Area Council Carbon Cliff / Silvis Sold
Camp Napowan Northwest Suburban Area Council Wild Rose,WI Active
Camp Na-Se-Us-Kuk Fort Armstrong Area Council Illinois City, IL Active Camp changed name to Loud Thunder, currently used by Illowa Council
Camp Paden
Camp Pearl Tennessee, IL see patch, "Camp Pearl", "Prairie Council BSA" Troop 315 ref camping in 2011
Camp Robert Drake Prairielands Area Council Fairmount, IL Active
Camp Robert Faries Decatur Lincoln Trails, can find patches with 1979 paper[9]
Camp Sauk Trails Camp Manitoqua, FrankFort, IL, is off of Sauk Trail Road.
Camp Saukenauk Mississippi Valley Council Mendon Active
Camp Shabena
Camp Tawasentha Viola, Illinois found ref to 1936 patch
Camp Vandeventer Greater St. Louis Area Council Waterloo, Illinois Active
Camp Walton ? Izaack Walton Summer Camp, 8669 E. Morning Star Hwy, Astoria, Illinois 61501
Camp Warren Levis Greater St. Louis Area Council Godfrey, Illinois Active
Camp Wokanda W.D. Boyce Area Council Closed Closed in the 1990s. Camp Wokanda was located just north of the city of Peoria, Illinois.
Canyon Camp Blackhawk Area Council Stockton, IL Active Located just 30 minutes from Historic Galena, IL
Chin-be-gota Scout Reservation Birnamwood, Wisconsin last ref found 1986
Corn Belt Council Boy Scout Reservation
Detroit Area Council Camps
Ernest Thompson Seton Reservation Greenwich Council Greenwich, Connecticut Active
Fellheimer Scout Reservation Prairie Council Gilson IL Sold owned by Seventh-day Adventists renamed Camp Akita ref
Fort Dearborn Scout Camp Park Ridge Closed Part of forest preserve
H. Earl Hoover Scout Reservation Yorkville ref
Ingersoll Scout Reservation W. D. Boyce Council London Mills, Illinois Active
Loud Thunder Scout Reservation Illowa Council Illinois City Active
Namekagon Scout Reservation Northwest Suburban Council Sold Sold in 1977[10]
Pine Ridge Scout Reservation Greater St. Louis Area Council Makanda Active
Portland Arch Fountain, IN Closed Now a nature preserve.[11]
Rainbow Council Scout Reservation Rainbow Council Morris Active
Rhodes-France Scout Reservation Lincoln Trails Council Pana Active
Tomo-chichi Knolls West Suburban Council (now DesPlaines Valley Council) Gilberts, Illinois Sold Kane County owned facility for Scout and youth camping
West Suburban Council Camps

Indiana[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Big Island Camp
Buffalo Trace Council Camps
Camp Louis Ernst Hoosier Trails Council Dupont, IN Active Primitive camping only
Camp Arthur
Camp Bear Creek Crossroads of America Council Connersville, IN Active
Camp Belzer Crossroads of America Council Indianapolis, IN Active
Camp Bradford
Camp Buffalo
Camp Carnes
Camp Chief Little Turtle
Camp Crossland
Camp Kikthawenund Crossroads of America Council Frankton, IN Active
Camp Krietenstein Crossroads of America Council Center Point, IN Active
Camp Little Turtle
Camp Pioneer Trails
Camp Pohoka
Camp Red Wing Crossroads of America Council Muncie, IN Active
Camp Tepicon
Camp Topenebee LaSalle Council Michigan City, IN Active
Camp Wapehani White River Trails Council (Now Hoosier Trails) Bloomington, IN Closed Sold in the early 1950s. Property is currently used as a mountain bike park by the City of Bloomington department of Parks and Recreation
Camp Wildwood Crossroads of America Council Terre Haute, Indiana Active
Camp Wright East Chicago Council Michigan City Indiana Closed Near site of Purdue North Central
Cary Camp
Crossland Scout Reservation
Maumee Scout Reservation Hoosier Trails Council Norman, Indiana Active
Mid-America Council Camps
Old Ben Scout Reservation
Ransburg Scout Reservation Crossroads of America Council Bloomington, Indiana Active
Self Reliant Camp
Southern Indiana Council Camps
Wilderness Camp
Woodlake Scout Reservation LaSalle Council Jones, MI Active

Iowa[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Albert
Camp C.S. Klaus
Camp Ingawanis
Camp Iten Mesquakie Area Council NW of Maquoketa, IA Sold Public Park in Jackson County, Iowa
Camp Minneyata Buffalo Bill Area Council / Illowa Council Near Dixon, IA Sold Public Park in Scott County, Iowa
Camp Mitigwa Mid-Iowa Area Council Active 450 acres located outside of Woodward, Iowa, north of Des Moines.
Camp Osawan
Camp Roosevelt
Camp Wakonda Southwest Iowa Council, Mid-America Council NW of Griswold Iowa Sold 260 acres, NW of Griswold, Iowa. Now serves as the Creighton University Retreat Center. Operated as BSA camp 1948 - 1978
Camp Wapello
Howard H. Cherry Scout Reservation Hawkeye Area Council Active
Mitigwa Scout Reservation
Prairie Gold Scout Reservation

Kansas[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Hammond
Camp Hansen
Camp Jayhawk Jayhawk Area Council Active
Camp Kanza
Camp Naish
Camp Pawnee
Camp TaWaKoNi
Camp Theodore Naish
Jayhawk Scout Reservation
Quivira Scout Ranch

Kentucky[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Cherokee Aq. Base
Camp Crooked Creek
Camp McKee
Camp Roy C. Manchester Lincoln Heritage Council Active Formerly the Four Rivers Scout Camp or Reservation, it is located on the shores of Kentucky Lake, near Aurora.
Covered Bridge Reservation
Kentucky Lake Scout Reservation
Loon Pond Camp
Mammoth Cave Council Camp
McKee Scout Rex.
Powderhorn Reservation
Tunnel Mill Reservation
Wildcat Hollow Scout Camp

Louisiana[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Avondale Scout Reservation Istrouma Area Council Active Opened in 1959, it is a 1,665-acre reservation located in East Feliciana Parish, three miles east of Clinton, on Louisiana Highway 10.
Camp Attakapas
Camp Caddo Norwela Council Closed
Camp Carruth Istrouma Area Council Active Opened the late 1990s, it is located in West Baton Rouge Parish, off Rosedale Road.
Camp Carver
Camp Chenier
Camp Edgewood
Camp Salmen
Camp T.L. James
Camp Thistlethwaite
Camp Yatasi Norwela Council Closed
Kinsey Scout Reservation Norwela Council Stonewall, LA Active Formerly Garland Scout Ranch
Mountain Bayou Lake Scout Camp

Maine[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Bomazeen Pine Tree Council Active
Camp Cumberland
Camp Gustin Pine Tree Council Active Located on Loon Pond, Sabattus, Maine. While closed as a summer camp, the Council keeps the camp as a site for unit outdoor programs.
Camp Nutter Pine Tree Council Active Located on Loon Pond in Acton, Maine. While closed as a summer camp, it is used by the York District for weekend events and Cub Scout Day Camp.
Camp William Hinds Pine Tree Council Active Located on 230 acres on Panther Pond in Raymond, Maine.
Kamp Karawanee
Katahdin Scout Reservation Katahdin Area Council Active The reservation includes Camp Roosevelt and has been in operation since 1921. The camp is in Eddington, Maine, and has over 1800 acres at the base of Black Cap Mountain.
Maine High Adventure BSA Katahdin Area Council Active The area encompasses nearly 3 million acres, including Mt. Katahdin, the Allagash Wilderness Waterway, the Penobscot watershed, the St. Croix International Waterway, and the northernmost 100 miles of the Appalachian Trail.
Norshoco Scout Reservation North Shore Council Alfred, ME Closed Closed c.1972. Located on Bunganut Lake.

Maryland[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Broad Creek Memorial Scout Reservation Baltimore Area Council Active Located in Harford County, Maryland, Broad Creek was opened in 1948 and has over 1,900 acres of land. Broad Creek has three primary camps and two secondary camps:
  • Camp Saffran
  • Camp Camp Spencer
  • Camp Oest
  • Houck Lodge
  • Camp Finney
Camp Cone
Camp Potomac Potomac Council Closed In 2013 the council closed Camp Potomac, which was located in Oldtown, Maryland.
Camp Rodney
Camp Theodore Roosevelt National Capital Area Council Chesapeake Beach, MD Closed The camp was about 8 miles south of Chesapeake Beach. It was sold in the late 1970s.[12]
Camp Tockwogh
Camp Winona
Deep Run
Horseshoe Scout Reservation[note 1] Chester County Council Active [1] Located on the Mason–Dixon line separating Pennsylvania and Maryland. It is divided into two camps: Camp Horseshoe, in Rising Sun, Maryland, and Camp John H. Ware, III, in Fulton Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
Lillie-Aaron Straus Explorer Base
Potomac Council Summer Camp
Rodney Scout Reservation Del-Mar-Va Council Active 900 acres located at the head of the Chesapeake Bay. It has been in continuous operation since 1923.

Massachusetts[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Adams Pond Scout Reservation Boston Council Barnstead, NH Merged Now T.L. Storer Scout Reservation
Camp Buxton Narragansett Council Rehoboth, MA Active
Cachalot Scout Reservation Narragansett Council Plymouth, MA Active Located in the Myles Standish State Forest near Plymouth, Massachusetts. 1 mile south of Camp Squanto.
Camp Child Old Colony Council Plymouth, MA Closed
Camp Collier Nashua Valley Council Camp is now in the ownership of a trust. The land is still available for use by scouts.
Camp Fellsland Minuteman Council Amesbury, MA Closed
Camp Greenough Cape Cod and The Islands Council Active
Camp Massasoit Boston Minuteman Council Council Plymouth, MA Closed The camp closed in 2015. Much of the land has been sold to outside developers.
Camp Mohican
Camp Norse Narragansett Council Kingston, MA Active
Camp Resolute Mayflower Council Bolton, MA Active Part of E. Paul Robsham, Jr. Scout Reservation, (commonly known as just Camp Resolute,) which also includes Adventure Day Camp.
Camp Sachem Minuteman Council Antrim, NH Closed
Camp Sagamore
Camp Split Rock Nashua Valley Council Ashburnham, MA Active Opened in 1945. Started as a Boy Scout resident camp for the Fitchburg Area Council. Now a Cub Scout Day camp for Nashua Valley Council.
Camp Squanto Mayflower Council Plymouth, MA Active Located in the Myles Standish State Forest near Plymouth, Massachusetts. 1 mile north of Camp Cachalot.
Camp Ted
Chesterfield Scout Reservation Western Massachusetts Council Chesterfield, MA Closed
Horace A. Moses Scout Reservation Western Massachusetts Council Russell, MA Active Active, 1947–present. Located on Russell Pond. Formerly composed of Camp Woronoak, Camp (Henry) Knox and Camp Frontier (patrol method camping).
New England Base Camp[13] Spirit of Adventure Council Milton, MA Active Formerly Camp Sayre. Open to the public.
Nobscot Scout Reservation Mayflower Council Framingham, MA Active
Treasure Valley Scout Reservation Mohegan Council Rutland, MA Active Main entrance is on the Rutland/Paxton line. Part is also in Oakham.
Wild Goose Camp Boston Council Barnstead, NH Merged Now T.L. Storer Scout Reservation
T.L. Storer Scout Reservation Spirit of Adventure Council Barnstead, NH Active Part of the Spirit of Adventure Council's Northern NeXus.[14]
Parker Mountain Scout Camp Spirit of Adventure Council Strafford, NH Active Part of the Spirit of Adventure Council's Northern NeXus.[14] Leased to the Beam Center in NYC during summer for a non-scouting related camp.
Wah-Tut-Ca Scout Reservation Spirit of Adventure Council Northwood, NH Active Part of the Spirit of Adventure Council's Northern NeXus.[14]

Michigan[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Bear Lake Scout Camp Summer Trails / Saginaw Bay area / Lake Huron area Kalkaska Sold Sold in 1985
Bruin Lake Camp
Camp Agawam Michigan Crossroads Council Lake Orion Closed
Camp Brady Detroit Area Council (Michigan Crossroads Council) Waterford Sold Sold in 1946
Camp Frank S. Betz Calumet Council Berrien Springs Active
Camp Greilick Michigan Crossroads Council Traverse City Reverted to Rotary Foundation of Traverse City
Camp Haley Summer Trails Council Selkirk Sold Sold in 1947. Was on Henderson Lake near Lupton, Michigan. It is now the Camp Lu Lay Lea Lutheran summer camp.
Camp Hiawatha Bay-Lakes Council Munising Active
Camp Highland
Camp Holaka Michigan Crossroads Council Lapeer Closed Located on 340 acres in Lapeer County. Camp Holaka was scheduled to be closed in 2014.[needs update]
Camp Kanesatake Wolverine Council (Michigan Crossroads Council) Cambridge Township Sold The camp was located on Washington Lake. It was sold in the early 1980s.
Camp Kiroliex Chief Okemos Council (Michigan Crossroads Council) Waterloo Township Closed The camp was located on Clear Lake in Waterloo Township, Michigan.
Camp Kiwanis Michigan Crossroads Council Mason Closed 85 acres located 3.5 miles east of Mason, Michigan on M-36 at Diamond Road.
Camp Neyati Summer Trails/Paul Bunyan Council Lake, Michigan Closed Closed in 1962, and is now owned and operated by Midland Community Foundation.
Camp Madron Southwest Michigan Council (Michigan Crossroads Council) Buchanan Sold Was located on Madron Lake and sold in 1985.
Camp Mills
Camp Munhacke Michigan Crossroads Council Gregory Active
Camp Northwinds Southwest Michigan Council (Michigan Crossroads Council) Eden Township Sold 1,280 camp located in Mason County. Sold in 1991.
Camp Pine Lake Tall Pine Council (Michigan Crossroads Council) Linden Closed
Camp Rotary Michigan Crossroads Council Clare Active The campground is owned by the Saginaw Rotary Club, but leased by the Boy Scouts. Camp Rotary offers 1,180 acres of year around camping just north of Clare, MI, on old US-27.
Camp Shawondasee Whitehall Closed Originally located near West Olive (Port Sheldon) on Lake Michigan (1916-1927) it re-located to Duck Lake, near Whitehall, Michigan, in 1927 the property was acquired by the Nature Conservancy in the early 1970s and is now part of Duck Lake State Park. Gerald R. Ford was a camp staff member there in 1927-28.
Camp T. Ben Johnston Southwest Michigan Council (Michigan Crossroads Council) Augusta Sold Closed in the 1980s and land was given back to the W. K. Kellogg Foundation. It now operates as a YMCA camp.
Camp Tapico Michigan Crossroads Council Kalkaska closed Camp Tapico is located in the eastern region of Kalkaska County just north of M-72 between Grayling and Traverse City.
Camp Teetonkah Michigan Crossroads Council Jackson Active
Camp Wabaningo Evanston North Shore Area Council (Northeast Illinois Council) Whitehall Sold Closed and sold after the Evanston Council and Northshore Area Council merged in 1969.
Camp Weidman Water and Woods Field Service Council Active Located four miles west of Mt. Pleasant, just off M-20.
Charles Howell Scout Reservation Detroit Area Council (Michigan Crossroads Council) Brighton Sold Located on Brighton Lake. Sold in 1986.
Cole Canoe Base Michigan Crossroads Council Alger Active
D-Bar-A Scout Ranch Michigan Crossroads Council Metamora Active
Gerber Scout Reservation Michigan Crossroads Council Twin Lake Active
Lost Lake Scout Reservation Michigan Crossroads Council Lake Closed Closed in 2012.
Northwoods Scout Reservation Michigan Crossroads Council Lupton closed 840 acres located near West Branch in Ogemaw County, Michigan.
Owasippe Scout Reservation Chicago Area Council (Now Pathway to Adventure Council) Twin Lake Active 4,800 acres located near Twin Lake, Michigan. Oldest Boy Scout Camp in continuous operation. Since 1911.
Paul Bunyan Scout Reservation Michigan Crossroads Council Closed Located on 600 acres bordering the Huron National Forest, with water activities on the AuSable River, just north of Rose City on M-33. Paul Bunyan Scout Reservation was closed for the 2013 camping year.
Rota-Kiwan Scout Reservation Michigan Crossroads Council Kalamazoo Active 199 acres located in Texas Township southwest of Kalamazoo. The camp also borders the 741 acre Al Sabo Preserve, which provides numerous hiking triais. The Boy Scout resident camp is Camp Madron and the Cub Scout resident camp is Camp T. Ben Johnston. Both are named after former camps of the Southwest Michigan Council that were sold in the 1980s.
Silver Trails Scout Reservation Michigan Crossroads Council Jeddo Active Located near Jeddo, Michigan, south of Croswell, and about 15 miles (24 km) northwest of Port Huron.
Prevailing Winds II
Wolverine Council Summer Camp
Wood Lake Scout Reservation La Salle Council Jones Active Camp Tamarack is located at Wood Lake Scout Reservation.
Charles Howell Scout Reservation Detroit Area Council Brighton Lake Sold
Camp Silver Lake Detroit Area Council Sold

Minnesota[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Clyde
Camp Hoksila
Camp Neibel
Camp Norseland
Camp Wichingen Headwaters Area Council Active Located south of Hibbing, Minnesota.
Cannon River Scout Reservation
Charles L. Sommers Canoe Base National BSA Council Near Ely, MN Active One of the three bases operated by Northern Tier High Adventure programs that offers canoe treks in the boundary waters of Northern Minnesota, southwest Ontario, and southeast Manitoba.
Crow Wing Scout Reservation
Cuyuna Scout Camp
Kiwanis Scout Reservation Northern Star Council Active 110 acres located on the banks of the St. Croix River near St. Croix. This was a youth camp starting in 1925, and became a Scout camp in 1989.
Many Point Scout Camp Northern Star Area Council Active 2,400 acres located in Ponsford, Minnesota. It has been operating for over 60 years.
Base Camp Northern Star Council Active Located in the century-old Cavalry Drill Hall near Fort Snelling, Minnesota.
Parker Scout Reservation
Phillippo Scout Reservation Northern Star Area Council Active Renamed in 2000, Phillippo Scout Reservation was originally called the Cannon River Scout Reservation. Located on 450 acres near Cannon Falls, Minnesota, it opened in 1964.
Rum River Scout Camp Northern Star Area Council Active Operating since 1957, Rum River Scout Camp is a 167-acre facility on the Rum River located 4 miles north of Anoka, Minnesota.
Stearns Scout Camp Northern Star Area Council Active 1,200 acres located near South Haven, Minnesota.

Mississippi[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Binachi Choctaw Area Council Meridian, MS Active
Camp Currier Chickasaw Council Eudora, MS Active
Camp Kickapoo
Camp Palila
Camp Pine Spring Pushmataha Area Council Closed This is the original council camp, located along the Buttahatchie River north of Columbus, in Monroe County, MS.
Camp Seminole Pushmataha Area Council Active Located near Starkville, MS. This camp was moved from Louisville, what is now Legion State Park, where it was open from 1953 to 1980.
Camp Tiak
Camp Towanda
Camp V-Bar
Camp Wilkes
Camp Yocona Yocona Area Council Randolph, MS Active
Salmen-V-Bar Scout Reservation Southeast Louisiana Council Perkinston, MS Active
Warren A. Hood Scout Reservation Andrew Jackson Council Hazlehurst, MS Active

Missouri[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Beaumont Scout Reservation Greater St. Louis Area Council St. Louis County Active 2,400 acres of wooded, rolling hill is southwestern St. Louis County, contains Camp May and Nagel Explorer Base
Camp Arrowhead Ozark Trails Council Active Located in Marshfield, Missouri. This camp was started in 1924, and is the oldest continually operating Boy Scout camp west of the Mississippi River.[citation needed]
Camp Coronado
Camp Dan Sayre
Camp Famous Eagle Greater St. Louis Area Council Knob Lick, MO Active One of four camps at S - F Scout Ranch, dining hall
Camp Gamble Greater St. Louis Area Council Knob Lick, MO Active One of four camps at S - F Scout Ranch, patrol method cooking
Camp Geiger Pony Express Council Active Located northwest of St. Joseph, in Andrew County, Missouri. It is one of only two Scout camps in the United States to use Mic-O-Say rather than Order of the Arrow exclusively as its Scout honor society. It was first camp in the US to offer Project C.O.P.E.
Camp Hohn
Camp Lewallen Greater St. Louis Area Council Active Opened in 1936, the camp is 580 acres and is located in Silva, Missouri.
Camp Lone Star
Camp Maries
Camp May
Camp Midland
Camp Osceola
Camp Sakima Greater St. Louis Area Council Knob Lick, MO Active One of four camps at S - F Scout Ranch, used for NYLT only
Camp Sunnen Greater St. Louis Area Council Potosi, MO Closed
Camp Thunderbird
Frank Childress Scout Reservation
H. Roe Bartle Scout Reservation Heart of America Area Council Active Located on 4200 acres outside Osceola, Missouri.
Hohn Scout Reservation
Irondale Camp
John S. Swift Explorer Base
Lake of the Ozarks Boy Scout Camps
Lone Dell Camp
Nagel Explorer Base
Order of the Arrow Summer Camp
Pa-He-Tsi Scout Camp
Scudder Explorer Base
S-F Scout Ranch Greater St. Louis Area Council Knob Lick, MO Active Also known as the "S Bar F", sits on 5,200 acres with a 270-acre lake .
St. Louis Adventure Camp
St. Louis Area Council Camps
Swift High Adventure Base Greater St. Louis Area Council Knob Lick, MO Active One of four camps at S - F Scout Ranch, formerly John S. Swift Explorer Base, Venturing Summer Camp

Montana[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Arcola Scout Camp
Camp Melita Island
Camp Paxson
K-M Scout Ranch
Montana Council Camps
Northwest Grizzly Base

Nebraska[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Augustine Overland Trails Council Near Doniphan, NE Active 1945-Present. Camp Augustine is a 160-acre camp along the banks of the Platte River between Grand Island and Doniphan, Nebraska[15]
Camp Butterfield Mid-America Council Near Orchard, NE Closed Camp Butterfield was located 13 miles north of Orchard, Nebraska and composed 160 acres of rolling sandhills[16]
Camp Cedars Mid-America Council Near Cedar Bluffs, NE Active 1939-Present. Camp Cedars comprises the western half of the Covered Wagon Scout Reservation[17]
Camp Cornhusker Cornhusker Council Near Du Bois, NE Active 1956-Present. South of Humboldt, NE[18]
Camp Eagle Mid-America Council Near Cedar Bluffs, NE Active 1963-Present. Camp Eagle comprises the eastern half of the Covered Wagon Scout Reservation[19]
Camp Kitaki
Camp Opal Springs Tri-Trails Council (defunct) Near Wellfleet, NE Closed Site was occupied by Dancing Leaf Earth Lodge until 2016[20]
Camp Wa-kon-da Mid-America Council Bellevue, NE Active Camp Wa-kon-da is in Bellevue, Nebraska and covers 40 acres of wooded bluffs, adjacent to Fontenelle Forest[21]
Little Sioux Scout Reservation Mid-America Council Near Little Sioux, IA Active 1970-Present. Little Sioux Scout Ranch (LSSR) is approximately one hour north of Omaha, Nebraska in Iowa's Loess Hills and covers 1800 acres[22]
Thomas Ashford Scout Reservation Mid-America Council Near Homer, NE Closed 1972-2013. Originally covered over 600 acres[23]

Nevada[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Lamoille
Camp Potosi
Spencer W. Kimball Scout Reservation

New Hampshire[edit]

Camp Name Council Location Status Notes
Adams Pond Spirit of Adventure Council Barnstead, NH Merged Part of T.L. Storer Scout Reservation.
Camp Bell Daniel Webster Council Gilmanton Iron Works, NH Active Part of Griswold Scout Reservation
Camp Carpenter Daniel Webster Council Manchester, NH Active
Camp Manning Daniel Webster Council Gilmanton Iron Works, NH Opened in 1925 and sold in 1949. Daniel Webster Council repurchased the camp in 1990 and opened it under the name of Camp Bell
Camp Monadnock
Camp Onway Yankee Clipper Council Closed Open from 1929 to 2007. Onway was sold to the LDS Church and is now known as Zion's Camp.
Camp Quinapoxet Closed Open from 1925 to 2003 (closed for a few years in the late 1980s). "Quinny" was sold to the Audubon Society in 2003.
Camp Wanocksett Nashua Valley Council Dublin, NH Active Opened in 1924. Located at the base of Mount Monadnock.
Hidden Valley Scout Camp Daniel Webster Council Gilmanton Iron Works, NH Active Part of Griswold Scout Reservation. Formerly owned by the Norumbega Council.
Pierre Hoge Scout Camp Daniel Webster Council Walpole, NH Active
Indian Pond Scout Reservation Bay Shore/North Bay Council Piermont, NH Closed Open 1962 to 1979. Composed of Camp Weston and Camp Waskeche (patrol method camping).
Lone Tree Scout Reservation Spirit of Adventure Council Kingston, NH Active
Mead Wilderness Base
Parker Mountain Scout Reservation Spirit of Adventure Council Barnstead, NH Active Part of the Spirit of Adventure Council's Northern NeXus.[14] Leased to the Beam Center in NYC during summer for a non-scouting related camp.
T.L. Storer Scout Reservation Spirit of Adventure Council Barnstead, NH Active Part of the Spirit of Adventure Council's Northern NeXus.[14] Formerly composed of Wild Goose and Adams Pond camps.
Wah-Tut-Ca Scout Reservation Spirit of Adventure Council Northwood, NH Active Part of the Spirit of Adventure Council's Northern NeXus.[14]
White Mountain HA Base

New Jersey[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Ames
Camp Carr
Camp Cowaw - Case Scout Reservation Inactive
Camp Cowaw Inactive
Camp Denton
Camp Glen Gray
Camp Grice Garden State Council Active Includes the Pine Tree Education and Environmental Center.
Camp Ken-etiwa-pec
Camp Kimble
Camp Lenape/Lenape Scout Reservation Burlington County Council Medford, NJ Sold in 1988. Purchased in 1943 after Camp Mahalala was taken over by the Air Force to build McGuire AFB.
Camp Lewis
Camp NoBeBoSco Northern New Jersey Council Active Also known as NoBe, it is located in Hardwick Township, New Jersey. It opened in 1927.
Roosevelt Scout Reservation Garden State Council Active The reservation includes Camp Diller.
Camp Sakawawin
Camp Somers
Camp Tamarack Bergen Council [24] Oakland, NJ[25] Closed[26]
Camp Todd Alexander Hamilton Council of Hudson County, NJ. Oakland, NJ Closed 1991 near Ramapo Mountain State Forest
Camp Towadena
Camp Twin Echo
Camp Watchung
Camp Winnebago
Camp Yaw Paw
Joseph A. Citta Scout Reservation
Kittatinny Mountain Scout Reservation
Morris Sussex Area Council Camps
Mt. Allamuchy Camp
Mt. Allamuchy Scout Reservation
Ocean County Council Reservation
Philmont Scout Ranch Boy Scouts of America Active Founded in 1938, it is currently in use as a National High Adventure Base and is the largest youth camp in the world by size and number of participants.
Pine Hill Scout Reservation Garden State Council/Camden County Pine Hill, NJ Active
Mortimer L. Schiff Scout Reservation Boy Scouts of America Mendham, New Jersey Closed This was a major Boy Scout training facility for almost 50 years. It was closed in 1979. It was the location of the first Wood Badge courses held in the United States.
Winnebago Scout Reservation
Wood Lake Scout Reservation
Yards Creek Scout Reservation Closed

New Mexico[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Black Range Cavalcade Yucca Council
Camp Dale Resler Yucca Council
Gorham Scout Ranch Great Southwest Council Formerly Camp Frank Rand
Camp Kidd
Camp Tres Ritos South Plains Council
Camp Wehinahpay Conquistador Council
Dowling Aquatic Base Conquistador Council
Philmont Scout Ranch Boy Scouts of America National CouncilNational Council Active
Wehinahpay Mountain Camp Conquistador Council Active

New York[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Adirondack HA Base
Alpine Scout Camp Greater New York Councils Alpine, NJ
Baiting Hollow Scout Camp
Beech Mt. Scout Camp
Big Moose Scout Camp
Boyhaven Twin Rivers Council Middle Grove Sold
Camp Apello
Camp Aquehonga
Camp Askenonta
Camp Babcock-Hovey Seneca Waterways Council Ovid, NY Active This is the premier Boy Scout camp in the Finger Lakes region. It first opened in 1937.
Camp Barton
Camp Bedford
Camp Boyhaven
Camp Bullowa
Camp Cutler Seneca Waterways Council Naples, NY Active Cub adventure camp
Camp Dittmer Iroquois Trail Council Phelps, NY
Camp Eaton Brook
Camp Gorton
Camp Gross
Camp Hayden
Camp Kingsley
Camp Kunatah
Camp Lee
Camp Loyalty
Camp Merz
Camp Moss
Camp Mountaineer
Camp Nooteeming
Camp Northern Lights
Camp Onondaga
Camp Osborn Westchester-Putnam Council Oscawanna Corners, NY Closed The remaining portion of original 56 acres was sold in 1981.
Camp Portaferry
Camp Pouch Greater New York Councils Staten Island, NY
Camp Purchas
Camp Russell
Camp Sam Wood
Camp Saratoga
Camp Schoellkopf Greater Niagara Frontier Council
Camp Scout Haven
Camp Seneca
Camp Siwanoy Westchester-Putnam Council Wingdale, NY Closed 1926-200? Previously operated by the Siwanoy, Siwanoy-Bronx Valley, and Hutchinson River Councils.
Camp Stonehaven
Camp Syracuse
Camp Tarion Finger Lakes Council Closed 1928?-1938. The camp was on Canandaigua Lake and was only accessible via boat during the summer.
Camp Tioughnioga
Camp Ti-Wa-Ya-Ee
Camp Tri-Mount Rip Van Winkle Council
Camp Turrell
Camp Tuscarora
Camp Twelve Pines
Camp Vigor
Camp Wakpominee
Camp Waubeeka Hutchinson River Council Copake, NY Closed Previously operated by Siwanoy-Bronx Valley, and Bronx Valley Councils.
Camp Wiccopee Hendrick Hudson Council Ossining Closed Closed in 1928.
Camp Wiccopee Hendrick Hudson Council Thompkins Corners Closed 1928-1941, 1948. Closed during war years due to a shortage of manpower and transportation difficulties.
Camp Woodland Longhouse Council Active Summer Cub camp with winter cabins.
Cedarlands Scout Reservation
Crumhorn Mt. BSA Camp
Curtis S. Read Scout Reservation Westchester-Putnam Council Brant Lake, NY Active Includes three camps: Waubeeka, Buckskin, and Summit Base.
Durland Aquatics Center Westchester-Putnam Council Rye, NY Closed
Durland Scout Reservation Westchester-Putnam Council Putnam Valley, NY Active Formerly Clearlake Scout Reservation.
Floodwood Mountain Reservation
Forestburg Scout Reservation
Funkhouser Scout Camps
Henderson Scout Reservation
Henry Kaufmann Scout Camp
Indian Village Camp
Kamp Kamargo
Lake George Island Camp
Massawepie Scout Camps Seneca Waterways Council Piercefield, NY Active Boy Scout camp in the Andirondack Region. It first opened in 1952.
Massawepie Trails
North Star Canoe Base
Northern Lights Scout Camp
Onterora
Ram’s Gulch
Rollins Pond Adventure Base
Rotary Scout Reservation
Sabattis Adventure Camp[27] Patriots' Path Area Council Long Lake, New York Active Located in the Adirondack State Park in New York State.
Sabattis Scout Reservation[28] Longhouse Council Long Lake, New York Active Located in the Adirondack State Park in New York State.
Stratton Mt. Scout Reservation
Ten Mile River Scout Camps Greater New York Councils Narrowsburg, New York
Thunder Rock
Ti-Wa-Ya-Ee
Toad Hollow
Tri-Mount Scout Reservation
Tuscarora Scout Reservation
Wm.H.Pouch Scout Camp
Wolf Creek Camp
Woodworth Lake Scout Reservation

North Carolina[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Bonner Scout Reservation
Camp (John J.) Barnhardt Central NC New London, NC Active
Camp Bob Hardin
Camp Bonner
Camp Bowers
Camp Bud Schiele
Camp Charles
Camp Cherokee
Camp Daniel Boone Daniel Boone Canton, NC Active
Camp Durant
Camp Grimes
Camp Mishemokwa
Camp Noda
Camp Reeves
Camp Rockfish
Camp Sam Hatcher East Carolina Council Newport, North Carolina Active
Camp Steere
Camp Tom Upchurch
Camp Tuscarora
Camp Wenasa
Cherokee Council Explorer Base
Cherokee Scout Reservation
East Carolina Council Scout Camp
Herbert C Bonner Scout Reservation
Occoneechee Scout Reservation
Pamlico Sea Base
Piedmont Scout Reservation
Raven Knob Scout Reservation Old Hickory Council Mount Airy, North Carolina Active Opened in 1955, Camp Raven Knob, as it is commonly called, hosts on average over 5,000 campers a summer and is located on approximately 3200 acres in Surry County, NC.
Schiele Scout Reservation
Shikellamy Scout Reservation

North Dakota[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Chanowapi
Camp Wabaunaquat
Camp Wilderness
Heart Butte Scout Reservation

Ohio[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Beaumont Scout Reservation Lake Erie Council Rock Creek, Ohio operating
Camp Avery Hand former Johnny Appleseed Council Mansfield, Ohio closed 2008
Camp Belden former Greater Cleveland Council Litchfield and Belden, Ohio sold to Ohio Department of Natural Resources Now Camp Belden Wildlife Area
Camp Berry
Camp Birch
Camp Buckeye Buckeye Council Logan, OH Closed
Camp Chickagami former Western Reserve Council Parkman, Ohio Closed Now Chickagami Park
Camp Falling Rock Simon Kenton Newark, OH Active formerly Licking County Council
Camp Friedlander
Camp Frontier
Camp Hook
Camp Hugh Taylor Birch
Camp John A. Owens
Camp Lakota
Camp Lazarus Simon Kenton Delaware, OH Active Cub Day Camp
Camp Longhorn Central Ohio Council Logan, OH Closed
Camp McKinley Buckeye Council Lisbon, Ohio operating
Camp Miakonda
Camp Myron Kahn
Camp Oyo Simon Kenton Active
Camp Stambaugh
Camp Stigwandish Lake Erie Council operating
Camp Tuscazoar Buckeye Council Dover, Ohio closed 1986 replaced by Seven Ranges Scout Reservation
Central Ohio Council Boy Scout Reservation
Chief Logan Reservation Simon Kenton Active
Clendening Scout Reservation former Greater Cleveland Council closed
Cricket Holler
Firelands Reservation
Fort Steuben Scout Reservation
Leveque Scout Reservation Central Ohio Logan, OH Closed changed name to Green Hills Scout Reservation - Closed
Manatoc Scout Reservation Great Trail Council Peninsula, OH operating The Manatoc Scout Reservation is located within the Cuyahoga Valley National Park and contains two camps - Camp Butler and Camp Manatoc.
Muskingum Valley Scout Reservation
Pioneer Scout Reservation Erie Shores Council Pioneer, Ohio operating
Seven Ranges Scout Reservation Buckeye Council Kensington, Ohio operating
Shawnee Council Camps
Stambaugh Scout Reservation
Tinnerman Wilderness Canoe Base former Greater Cleveland Council Hartley Bay, Alban, Ontario sold 2012
Woodland Trails Scout Reservation

Oklahoma[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Cherokee Cherokee Area Council 64600 East 225 Road

Grove, OK 74344

Closed
Camp Dierks
Camp Garland
Camp George Thomas
Camp McClintock
Camp Sasakwa Last Frontier Area Council Closed The camp was established in the early 1920s, and it is now used as a primitive camp.
Camp Simpson
Creek Nation Camp
Hale Scout Reservation Indian Nations Area Council Active Located near Talihina, Oklahoma.
John Zink Scout Ranch
Slippery Falls Scout Ranch
Will Rogers Scout Reservation

Oregon[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Adventure Cove (cub) Cascade Pacific Council Active
Butte Creek Scout Ranch Cascade Pacific Council Active
Camp Baker Oregon Trail Council Florence, Or Active
Camp Baldwin Cascade Pacific Council Active
Camp Clark Cascade Pacific Council Active
Camp Cooper Cascade Pacific Council Active
Camp Discovery Cascade Pacific Council Active Scouter's Mountain's summer program
Camp Ireland Cascade Pacific Council Active
Camp Lewis
Camp Makualla Crater Lake Council Active
Camp McLoughlin
Camp Melakwa Oregon Trail Council Active
Camp Meriwether Cascade Pacific Council Active
Camp Millard
Camp Morrison Cascade Pacific Council
Camp Pioneer Cascade Pacific Council Active Located adjacent to the Mount Jefferson Wilderness area within the Willamette National Forest in Oregon. The camp is located south of Marion Forks, east of Oregon Route 22.
Camp Tsilcoos
Camp Wallowa Blue Mountain Council Joseph, OR
Canyon Camp
Cascade Pacific Council Challenge Program Cascade Pacific Council
Gilbert Ranch (cub) Cascade Pacific Council Active Butte Creek Scout Ranch's summer program
Scouter’s Mountain Cascade Pacific Council Active

Pennsylvania[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Allegheny Trails Scout Camps
Anawanna Scout Reservation
Bashore Scout Reservation Pennsylvania Dutch Council Jonestown, PA Active
Breyer Training Area Philadelphia Council Cheltenham Closed In 1929, Henry W. Breyer, Jr., purchased the abandoned Lindenhurst property once owned by John Wanamaker in Cheltenham on York Road, below Washington Lane. Breyer donated the former Wanamaker land to the Boy Scouts of America for use as a wildlife preserve.[29] The camp was accessible to city Scouts by taking the train to the Jenkintown station. Camp Henry W. Breyer (40°05′07″N 75°07′52″W / 40.0853°N 75.1311°W / 40.0853; -75.1311) was sold by the Philadelphia Council in 1990 and is now the site of Salus University.
Camp Acahela Northeastern Pennsylvania Council Blakeslee, PA Active This 242-acre camp was founded in 1919 and has offered an annual Cub Scout Resident camping program since 1992. It is located near the confluence of the Lehigh River and the Tobyhanna Creek.
Camp Brule
Camp Bucoco Moraine Trails Council
Camp Chickasaw
Camp Chiquetan
Camp Coffman Colonel Drake Council Oil City, PA Closed
Camp Conewago New Birth of Freedom Council
Camp Ganoga York-Adams Area Council Closed Closed in 1945. Replaced by Camp Tuckahoe.
Camp Karoondinha
Camp Kiondashawa Mercer County Council Sharon, PA Closed Closed. Replaced by Custaloga Town Scout Reservation.
Camp Kline
Camp Lavigne
Camp Minsi Minsi Trails Council Pocono Summit, Pennsylvania Active Founded in 1949, the 1,200-acre Boy Scout camp is located off of Pennsylvania Route 940 along the shores of the 314-acre Stillwater Lake in Pocono Summit.
Camp Mountain Run Bucktail Council DuBois, Pennsylvania Active
Camp Olmsted Chief Cornplanter Council Warren, Pennsylvania Active
Camp Rotawanis Hazleton Area Council Drums, Pennsylvania Closed Closed as a council Boy Scout camp in 1970s after Hazleton area merged with Minsi Trails Council. Occasional Scout unit camping and hiking events are conducted on site. Non-Scouting camping/hiking is also conducted.
Camp Semiconon
Camp Seph Mack Laurel Highlands Council Penn Run, Pennsylvania
Camp Sequoyah Washington Trail Council Erie, Pennsylvania Closed Closed. Property sold in 1984.
Camp Seven Mountains Juniata Valley Council
Camp Sinoquipe
Camp Tionesta
Camp Tuckahoe New Birth of Freedom Council Active The 1300 acre site is located a few miles west of Dillsburg, PA, on the border of Cumberland and York Counties.
Camp Ware Chester County Council Peach Bottom, PA Active [2]
Camp Weygadt
Coffman Scout Reservation
Custaloga Town Scout Reservation French Creek Council Carlton, PA Active
Dale Sea Explorer Base
Eagle Island Philadelphia Council Point Pleasant, PA Inactive See Treasure Island Scout Reservation.
Elk Lick Scout Reserve
Goose Pond Scout Reservation Northeastern Pennsylvania Council Paupack Township, PA Active This 542-acre camp features a glacial lake and has been in continuous operation since 1920.
Hawk Mountain Scout Reservation Hawk Mountain Council Active
Heritage Reservation Laurel Highlands Council Farmington, PA Active Opened in 1980 to consolidate the three council camps onto one property.
Hidden Valley Scout Reservation New Birth of Freedom Council Loysville, PA Active
Horseshoe Scout Reservation[note 1] Chester County Council Active [3] Located on the Mason–Dixon line separating Pennsylvania and Maryland. Divided into two camps: Camp Horseshoe, in Rising Sun, Maryland, and Camp John H. Ware, III, in Fulton Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
Hubbard Reservation
J. Edward Mack Scout Reservation Pennsylvania Dutch Council Newmanstown, PA Active
Memorial Reservation
Musser Scout Reservation Cradle of Liberty Council Active Located along the Unami Creek on approximately 1400 acres in Marlborough Township, PA. The reservation is made up of three camps, Camp Hart, Camp Delmont, and Camp Garrison.
Oak Creek Reservation
Ockanickon Scout Reservation Washington Crossing Council Pipersville, PA Active Founded in 1941, it is located along the Tohickon Creek and adjacent to Ralph Stover and High Rocks State Parks in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
Resica Falls Scout Reservation Cradle of Liberty Council Active Composed of Camp Firestone and Camp Big Springs. It is located north of East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania in the Pocono Mountains.
Rock Hill Scout Reservation
Seven Mountains Scout Camp Juniata Valley Council
Sinoquipe Scout Reservation Mason-Dixon Council Active
Treasure Island Scout Reservation Philadelphia and Cradle of Liberty Councils Point Pleasant, PA Inactive
Trexler Scout Reservation Minsi Trails Council Jonas, PA Active Includes Akelaland Cub Scout resident camp and Settlers Camp.
Valley Forge Council Sea Scout Base
Weygadt Scout Reservation Easton Area Council Delaware Water Gap Closed Operated from 1931 until 1968; replaced by Camp Minsi.
Wizard Ranch New Birth of Freedom Council Hallam, PA

Rhode Island[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Aquapaug Narragansett Council South Kingston, RI Active
Buck Hill Scout Reservation Narragansett Council Pascoag, RI Active
Champlin Scout Reservation Narragansett Council South Kingston, RI Active
Cub World Narragansett Council Pascoag, RI Active Located in the Feinstein Youth Camp in Pascoag, RI.
Sandsland Reservation Narragansett Council New Shoreham, RI Active Located on Block Island in New Shoreham, RI.
Yawgoog Scout Reservation Narragansett Council Rockville, RI Active

South Carolina[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Barstow[30] Indian Waters Council Batesburg-Leesville, SC Active Located on Lake Murray near the mouth of the Saluda River.
Camp Coker Pee Dee Area Council Just outside Society Hill, SC Active Located just outside Society Hill, South Carolina.
Camp Ho Non Wah Coastal Carolina Council Near Rockville, SC Active
Camp Inpaco Pee Dee Area Council Horry County, between Conway and Little River, SC Not active It closed in about 1968.
Camp Old Indian Blue Ridge Council Near Travelers Rest, SC Active
Camp Henry Shelor Pee Dee Area Council Near Manning, SC Not active It was located on Lake Marion, and was open 1949-1999.
Palmetto Area Council Camp Palmetto Area Council Near Saluda, NC Active Its name was changed to Camp Bob Hardin in 1985

South Dakota[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Old Broadaxe Black Hills Area Council Near Nemo, SD Sold
Lewis and Clark Scout Camp Sioux Near Tabor, SD Active Located along the Missouri River on the Lewis and Clark Reservoir. Opened in 1957.
Medicine Mountain Scout Ranch Black Hills Area Council Near Custer, SD Active

Tennessee[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Boxwell Scout Reservation Middle Tennessee Council Lebanon, TN Active
Camp Buck Toms Great Smoky Mountain Council Rockwood, TN Active
Camp Cherokee
Camp Davy Crockett Sequoyah Council Whitesburg, TN Active
Latimer High Adventure Reservation Middle Tennessee Council Spencer, TN Active Trying to achieve national high adventure standards
Camp Mack Morris West Tennessee Area Council Camden, TN Active
Camp Pellissippi Great Smoky Mountain Council Andersonville, TN Active
Camp Tom Howard
Great Smoky Mtn. Aq. Base
Grimes Canoe Base Middle Tennessee Council Linden, TN
Skymont Scout Reservation Cherokee Area Council Altamont, TN Active

Texas[edit]

Sortable table
Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Adobe Walls Scout Reservation
Alamo Area Council Scout Camps
Bear Creek Scout Reservation Alamo Area Council Hunt, TX Active
Buffalo Trail Scout Reservation
Camp Ben Jackson
Camp Bill Stark
Camp Billy Gibbons
Camp Boulder
Camp Cherokee
Camp Constantin Active
Camp Constantin - Jack Furst Aq. Base
Camp Diverson
Camp Don Harrington
Camp Fawcett
Camp Grayson
Camp Hudson
Camp James Ray Circle Ten Council Sherman, TX Active
Camp Karankawa
Camp M K Brown
Camp Perry
Camp Pharr
Camp Pirtle East Texas Area Carthage, TX Active
Camp Post
Camp Sol Mayer
Camp Strake Closed
Camp Tahuaya Longhorn Council Belton Active
Camp Texoma
Camp Tom Wooten
Camp Tonkawa
Camp Urland
Camp Wisdom Circle Ten Council South Dallas Active
Camp Zach White
Chisolm Trail Adventure
Clements Scout Reservation - Camp Cherokee
Cockrell River Camp
George W. Pirtle Scout Reservation
Hamman Scout Camp
Hill Country Ranch
Horizon Scout Reservation
Horshoe Bend Camp
Indian Creek Camp
Laguna Station
Leonard Scout Reservation Longhorn Council Granbury Closed
Lonesome Cedar Ranch
Lost Pines Scout Reservation
Mauritz Scout Reservation
Perkins Scout Reservation
Sid Richardson Scout Ranch Longhorn Council Bridgeport Active
Steele Island Aq. Base
Thunderbird Camp
Worth Ranch Longhorn Council Palo Pinto Active
Yucca Council Camps

Utah[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Bacon Memorial Park Utah National Parks Council
Bear Lake Aquatics Base Great Salt Lake Council Active
Beaver High Adventure Base Utah National Parks Council Active
Blue Mountain Scout Camp Utah National Parks Council Active
Buck Hollow Scout Reservation Utah National Parks Council Active
Bryant S. Hinckley Scout Ranch Great Salt Lake Council Active Originally named East Fork of the Bear Scout Reservation.
Camp Browning Trapper Trails Council Huntsville, UT Active
Camp Evergreen Great Salt Lake Council Subsumed Former camp at East Fork of the Bear Scout Reservation.
Camp Fife Trapper Trails Council Active Located on the Bear River near Cutler Dam, just outside Fielding, Utah.
Camp Frontier Great Salt Lake Council Subsumed Former camp at East Fork of the Bear Scout Reservation. It was replaced with Hinckley Scout Ranch sub-camps North Slope and Trail Head.
Camp Hunt Aquatics Base Trapper Trails Council Active Located on the shores of Bear Lake in Garden City, Utah.
Camp Jeremiah Johnson Utah National Parks Council Active
Camp Kiesel Trapper Trails Council Active Located about 25 miles east of Ogden, Utah.
Camp Steiner Great Salt Lake Council Active
Camp Tomahawk Great Salt Lake Council Subsumed Former camp at East Fork of the Bear Scout Reservation. It was replaced with Hinckley Scout Ranch sub-camps Pinnacle and Riverview.
Camp Tracy Great Salt Lake Council Active
Camp Wilderness Cache Valley Area Council Closed
Del Webb High Adventure Base Las Vegas Area Council
Entrada High Adventure Base Utah National Parks Council Active
High Uintah Scout Camp Utah National Parks Council Active
Horse Trek at Granite Ranch
Maple Dell Scout Camp Utah National Parks Council Active
Quail Creek Utah National Parks Council
Scofield Scout Camp at Frandsen Scout Ranch Utah National Parks Council Active
Thunder Ridge Scout Camp Utah National Parks Council Active
Tifie Scout Camp at Mountain Dell Scout Reservation Utah National Parks Council Active

Vermont[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Sunrise Green Mountain Council Active
Green Mountain Council Camps
Long Trail Indian Camp
Mt. Norris Scout Reservation Green Mountain Council Active

Virginia[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Albright Scout Reservation Heart of Virginia Chesterfield Active
Blue Ridge Mountain Reservation Blue Ridge Mountain Council Hiwassee Active
Camp Baird (Lenhok'sin Program) National Capital Area Council Goshen Active
Camp Bowman National Capital Area Council Goshen Active
Camp Brady Saunders Heart of Virginia Goochland Active
Camp Chickahominy
Camp Eagle Point Heart of Virginia Boydton Active
Camp Lions
Camp Marriott National Capital Area Council Goshen Active
Camp Okee
Camp Ottari Blue Ridge Mountain Council Hiwassee, Virginia Active
Camp Powhatan Blue Ridge Mountain Council Hiwassee, Virginia Active
Camp Rock Enon Shenandoah Area Council Gore Active
Camp Roland
Camp Ross National Capital Area Council Goshen Active
Camp S. Douglas Fleet Heart of Virginia Richmond Active
Camp Shenandoah Stonewall Jackson Area Council Swoope Active
Camp Siouan
Camp T. Brady Saunders
Camp Washington
Camp Waters
Chesapeake Bay HA Sailing Experience
Claytor Lake Aq. Base Blue Ridge Mountain Council Hiwassee, Virginia Active
Goshen Scout Reservation National Capital Area Council Goshen Active
High Knoll Trail Camp Blue Ridge Mountain Council Hiwassee, Virginia Active
Camp Olmstead National Capital Area Council Goshen Active
Peninsula Scout Reservation
Pipsico Scout Reservation[31] Tidewater Council Active
Camp PMI National Capital Area Council Goshen Active
Camp William B. Snyder National Capital Area Council Haymarket Active
Wilson Scout Reservation

Washington[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Anawanna
Camp Baldy
Camp Black Mountain
Camp Bonaparte
Gilbert Ranch at Butte Creek Scout Ranch Cascade Pacific Council Scotts Mills, OR Active
Camp Chinook
Camp Cleland
Camp Currie
Camp Delezene
Camp Fife
Camp Fire Mountain
Camp Hahobas
Camp Meany (cub)
Camp Parsons Chief Seattle Council Brinnon, WA Active
Camp Sheppard Chief Seattle Council Greenwater, WA Active
Camp Thunderbird
Camp Werner
Cascade Scout Reservation Chief Seattle Council Monroe Active The six camps are:
  • Rocking T-H Ranch, open
  • Camp Omache (closed)[32]
  • Camp Brinkley
  • Camp Pigott
Central Washington Summer Camp
Cowles Scout Reservation Inland Northwest Council Diamond Lake, WA Active
Fire Mountain Scout Reservation
Hahobas Scout Reservation
Mount Rainier Council Camp
Pacific Northwest HA Treks
Summit Lake

West Virginia[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Buckskin Scout Reservation
Camp Arrowhead Tri-state Area Council Ona, WV Active
Camp Chief Logan
Camp Kootaga Allohak Council Walker, WV Active
Camp Mahonegon
Camp Mountaineer Mountaineer Area council Morgantown, WV Active
Central West Virginia Council Summer Camp
James C. Justice National Scout Camp National Council Glen Jean, WV Active At the Summit Bechtel Reserve
Thomas S. Monson Leadership Excellence Complex National Council Glen Jean, WV Active At the Summit Bechtel Reserve
Minter Scout Reservation
Paul R. Christen National High Adventure Base National Council Glen Jean, WV Active At the Summit Bechtel Reserve

Wisconsin[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Bear Paw Scout Camp Bay Lakes Council Mountain, WI Active Boy Scout resident camp
Camp Carlson
Camp Castle Rock renamed as Ed Bryant Scout Reservation|
Camp Decorah Gateway Area Council Holmen, WI Active
Camp Freeland Leslie Three Fires Council Oxford, WI Active
Camp Indian Trails Glacier's Edge Council Janesville, WI Active Climbing tower
Camp Jax Bay Lakes Council Active Rustic Boy Scout camp, located in Door County.
Camp Long Lake Potawatomi Area Council Active Located in Northern Unit of Kettle Moraine State Forest.
Camp Mach Kin O Siew West Suburban Council (now DesPlaines Valley Council) Elcho, WI Active
Camp Offield
Camp Oh-Da-Ko-Ta Three Harbors Council Active Cub Scout camp
Camp Phillips
Camp Rokilio Bay Lakes Council Kiel, WI Active Formerly operated as a Boy Scout resident camp. In the late 1990s, it transitioned to Cub Scout World.
Camp Shin Go Beek Thatcher Woods Council (now DesPlaines Valley Council) Waupaca, WI Active
Camp Sinawa Formerly Bay Lakes Council Valders, WI Privately owned Located on Pigeon Lake
Camp Tichora
Camp Twin Lakes Bay Lakes Council Active Webelos resident camp
Cherry Camp
Gardner Dam Camp Bay Lakes Council Active
Ed Bryant Scout Reservation Glacier's Edge Council Mauston, WI Active Climbing tower
Fred C. Andersen Scout Reservation Northern Star Council Active Located on the banks of the St. Croix River near Houlton, WI.
Indian Mound Scout Reservation Three Harbors Council Active Cub Scout camp
L.E. Philips Scout Reservation
LeFeber Northwoods Camps Private Laona, WI Active
Ma-Ka-Ja-Wan Scout Reservation Northeast Illinois Council Pearson, WI Active Ma-Ka-Ja-Wan consists of over 1,500 acres of beautiful forest, six spring-fed lakes, and a natural creek. The reservation is home to two full-service camps, a wilderness camp, a high adventure base, and a horse ranch.
Maywood Wilderness Scout Camps Bay-Lakes Council Inactive
Napowan Adventure Base Pathway to Adventure Council Active
Northern Wisconsin High Adventure Base Boy Scouts of America Boulder Junction, WI (White Sand Lake) Inactive
Region 7 / Northern Wisconsin Canoe Base Boy Scouts of America, Region 7 Boulder Junction, WI Became Northern Wisconsin High Adventure Base.
Region 7 Air Camp
Robert S. Lyle Scout Reservation Three Harbors Council Inactive
Shin-go-beek Scout Reservation
Tesomas Scout Camp Samoset Council
Tomahawk Scout Reservation Northern Star Council Active 3,100 acres located near Long Lake, WI.
Two Bear Scout Reservation

Wyoming[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Camp Buffalo Bill
Camp New Fork Trapper Trails Council Active Located on the lower New Fork lake just outside Cora, Wyoming.
Camp Jack
Camp Laramie Peak
Camp Loll Trapper Trails Council Active Located on Lake of the Woods in Wyoming near Yellowstone National Park.
Camp New Fork
Chimney Park Scout Camp
Rendezvous HA Base
Teton HA Base

Outside the 50 US states[edit]

Camp name Council Location Status Notes
Cache Lake Scout Camp W. D. Boyce Council Sand Point Lake, Ontario Active
Guajataka Scout Reservation Puerto Rico Council Guajataca Lake, Puerto Rico Active
Camp Howard M. Wall National Capital Area Council Christiansted, Saint Croix Active
Camp Tama Far East Council Tama, Tokyo Active

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

  • Fairbank, Paul. "Scout Camps USA". Retrieved 6 June 2013.
  • Malcolm, Kelley (2016-03-16). "Finding a Place to Camp This Summer Will Be Harder for Many Boy Scouts". Nonprofit Quarterly. Retrieved 6 March 2016.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Horseshoe Scout Reservation is located in both Pennsylvania and Maryland.
  1. ^ "Camp Winnataska - Our Heritage". winnataska.org.
  2. ^ http://www.grandcanyonbsa.org/OpenRosters/View_Homepage.aspx?orgkey=1263
  3. ^ "Camp Orr". Westark Area Council. Retrieved 12 March 2013.
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  6. ^ Oscar, Johnson, The Trials and Tribulations of Starting a Scout Camp (PDF), Housatonic Council, p. 3, archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-10-21
  7. ^ "Camp Akela For Webelos". www.alamoareabsa.org.
  8. ^ "Camp Dan Beard - Forest Preserves of Cook County".
  9. ^ "Camp Robert Faries".
  10. ^ "Heartwood Conference Center & Retreat - Heartwood's History- Trego, WI". www.heartwoodconferencecenter.com.
  11. ^ "Portland Arch Nature Preserve in Fountain". 17 July 2012.
  12. ^ "Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Group Shot: 1925". Shorpy.com. 1925-07-09. Retrieved 2014-01-21.
  13. ^ New England Base Camp
  14. ^ a b c d e f "The Northern NeXus Of Adventure".
  15. ^ "Camp Augustine".
  16. ^ "Camp Butterfield".
  17. ^ "Camp Cedars".
  18. ^ "Camp Cornhusker".
  19. ^ "Camp Eagle".
  20. ^ "Former Camp Opal Springs".
  21. ^ "Camp Wa-kon-da".
  22. ^ "Little Sioux Scout Reservation".
  23. ^ "Beloved Boy Scout Camp Thomas Ashford Closing".
  24. ^ "Garden State EnviroNet - EnviroNews". 11 July 2002. Archived from the original on 11 July 2002.
  25. ^ "New Page 1". www.camptamarackbsa.org.
  26. ^ http://www.users.nac.net/axtell/Tamarac.html
  27. ^ "Adirondack Treks - Patriots' Path Council - Boy Scouts of America". www.camps.ppbsa.org.
  28. ^ "Sabattis Scout Reservation". www.cnyscouts.org.
  29. ^ Cheltenham Township, Montgomery County PA, Elkins Park, 19027
  30. ^ "Indian Waters Council BSA, Columbia South Carolina - Camp Barstow". www.indianwaters.org.
  31. ^ http://www.pipsicobsa.con
  32. ^ "CSR". seattlescouting.org.