Boy Scouts of America Camps

Updated June 2,2013


Camp Ockanickon

Camp Ockanickon Ockanickon Scout Reservation is located in Pipersville, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The camp was founded in 1941 and named after a Lenape chief who assisted William Penn in the exploration of the Bucks Country area. Camp Ockanickon is notable for the GE Betz Science center, its air-conditioned dining hall, and the numerous awards it has received from the BSA National Office for excellence.

Camp Rodney

Camp Rodney Rodney Scout Reservation, operated by the Del-Mar-Va Council, Boy Scouts of America, is located on 900 acres (3.6 km2) of rolling upland woodlands at the head of the Chesapeake Bay and boasts over a mile of prime bay frontage. It has been in continuous operation since 1923.


Camp Tuckahoe
Camp Tuckahoe
Located near Dillsburg, Pennsylvania on the York and Cumberland County border, Camp Tuckahoe has served as the council's summer camp home since 1948. With 1,300 acres of lush wooded hills, Tuckahoe is a Scout camp rich in the purest traditions of Scout camping while offering campers of all ages outstanding challenges and adventures.


Camp Conewago
Camp Conewago
Camp Conewago is a second camping facility of the York-Adams Area Council. It is located approximately 25 minutes East of Gettysburg. It has two cabins with capacities ranging from 10 and 21 people. It also has rothrocks, shelters that offer an alternative to tents in the warmer months..


Hidden Valley
Hidden Valley
Carefully preserved as a primitive camping area, Wizard Ranch is 300 acres of fields and woodlands in eastern York County (Hellam Township) near the western banks of the Susquehanna River and is available for year-round short-term camping or day use.


Wizard Ranch
Wizard Ranch
Carefully preserved as a primitive camping area, Wizard Ranch is 300 acres of fields and woodlands in eastern York County (Hellam Township) near the western banks of the Susquehanna River and is available for year-round short-term camping or day use.


Camp Ware
Camp Ware
A fun and educational Provisional Camp where boys scouts can earn science related merit badges that may be difficult to complete in the home troop environment. The camp is comprised of a Science Merit Badge Camp and a Radio Camp. .
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