The Hawk Mountain Scout Reservation is a 700-acre tract of land dedicated to offering Scouts the chance to experience the beauty of the outdoors. We serve over 2,000 Boy Scouts each summer. We are proud to be involved with the Forest Stewardship Program through the state of Pennsylvania.
Camping is the great outdoor adventure of Scouting. The most crucial element of camping is that each Scout should have the opportunity that the Boy Scout Handbook promises.
Hawk Mountain Scout Reservation offers long-term camping (6 nights) to Boy Scouts from the Hawk Mountain Council as well as other visiting Councils. Our Camp operates 7 weeks during the summer with 20 Campsites available to Troops. The Scouts sleep in platform tents on canvas cots. We offer a variety of programs, merit badges and, of course, a well-stocked Scout Shop.
In addition to our Summer Camp Program, the camp is the center for training adult leaders in the program of Cub Scouting, Boy Scouting, and Commissioner Service. Reservations for Weekend Winter Camping begin on July 1st each year.
Kittatinny Lodge #5 of the Order of the Arrow, Scouting’s honor society, utilizes the Reservation throughout the year for fellowship and service gatherings. Their service, combined with that of the Council Maintenance Committee, provides countless man-hours of up-keep for the Reservation.
If you have any other question about Hawk Mountain Scout Reservation, you may contact Rolland Miner, Director of Camping and Outdoor Programs at 570-754-7552 or using the form below.No Fields Found.