Winnebago Scout Reservation
Registrations Now Open
Camp Winnebago is looking forward to a summer of Scouting! Register your unit to reserve your campsite!
Winnebago Scout Reservation: 5 One-Week Resident Camp Sessions for Troops
Come join us for our 79th season at one of the finest and longest running Boy Scouts of America summer camps. Winnebago Scout Reservation is located in the heart of the Copperas Mountains in Rockaway NJ. We have large, private campsites with hundreds of wooded acres for a great summer camp experience.
We are proud to offer four one-week sessions of day camp and resident camp to Scouts BSA attending with their troop or by themselves! Campers attending without their troop will be grouped together and form camp troops.
Winnebago Scout Reservation is proud to offer the following for troop:
Ride our 1,000 foot zip lines over Durham Pond. Relax with some bass fishing or star gazing with our ecology staff. Enter an event at the water carnival and take part in our camp-wide games.
Try the batting cage with a pitching machine. Play some basketball, volleyball, or tether-ball.
You can also hike one of our four historic trails (7-18 miles!).
Visit the waterfront for swimming, paddle boats, sailboards and stand-up paddle boards. Blast off on our water trampoline and rocket down Mager Mountain our monster water slide.
Handicraft features a variety of merit badges in an environment perfect for hands-on creativity. Check out our forge for your Metalwork merit badge.
Winnebago’s Outdoor Skills area will bring campers back to the Baden-Powell days of Scouting. Scouts develop basic hiking and camping skills and learn to appreciate and understand the outdoors. The Outdoor Skills area is also the place where Scouts come to learn, practice, hone and test their Scout and survival skills.
Come earn a merit badge, or enter one of our contests at the archery, rifle and shotgun ranges.
Visit our STEM area and take part in one of our engineering challenges.
BSA Annual Health and Medical Record – Medical forms may be submitted to camp at a Camp Orientation, or turned in on the first day of your child’s week of camp.