Camping and Outdoor Programs
Anthony Wayne Reservation (AWR), located in northeast Indiana near the town of Pleasant Lake boasts 1200 acres of wooded land, three lakes and a river designed to make year-round quality camping experiences available to units and families of the Anthony Wayne Area Council. AWR is home to 3 camps: Camp Chief Little, Camp Foellinger and Wilderness Camp.
Please review the Weekend Camping Booklet for the following:
Weekend Camping booklet: http://www.awac.org/Camping/BoyScout/Resources/
Includes facility information, COPE and Shooting Range information, map of AWR
Check-In Procedures, Cancellation Policy, BSA Adult Leader Policy, Cub Scout/Webelos Leader Policy, Vehicle/Parking Policy, No Smoking Policy, Camp Rules/Guidelines and the BSA Rules & Policies.
Reservations are now available online. Please note, all online registrations require online payment with a debit/credit card or eCheck. Forms are also available for download (see below) or by contacting the council service center (260-432-9593).
Applications for camp facilities must be received at the Scout Center at least one week prior to the date requested. No reservations will be accepted after this date (one week prior to use). Appropriate reservation fees must accompany the Reservation Application. Paid reservations are accepted on a “first come-first served” basis. Deposits will be returned if no damage is reported by the Campmaster. A service request form MUST be signed and dated whether you have special requests or not. See "Documents" when making your reservation.
Use the links below to search for and make your reservation online.
Camp Chief Little Turtle (www.ccltbsa.org) the most developed area of AWR includes an air conditioned Dining Hall (seats 291), 3 heated lodges, several campsites w/latrines, wash stands, fire rings and picnic tables, Shooting Ranges for BB, RIfle, Shotgun and Archery, Tomahawk Range, 4 hiking trails, bike trail, Pit Lake for fishing and boating.
Camp Foellinger includes DeVoe Shelter w/latrines, wash stand, fire ring and picnic tables. Fort Cooper, Covered Wagons, Teepees.
Wilderness Camp includes both the High and Low COPE Coures and Climbing Tower. Campsites: Orion or Oaks.
EFFECTIVE January 1, 2016: FOELLINGER-SITES TRAINING CENTER (A-frame). Is undergoing re-modeling. When available it will be re-posted to the online registration.
Hiking Trails - See the Pokagon-Kekionga Trails link listed below for information on the following hikes at CCLT: Camp Chief Little Turtle Trail (10 mi), Pit Lake Trek (5 mi), Deer Hollow Trek (5 mi), Mastadon Trek (5 mi) and the Me-She-Kin-No-Quah Mountain Bicycle Trail (10 mi). Interested in trail patches or medals? Call the Council Office - 260-432-9593..
Thousands of Scouts, leaders and families utilize Camp Chief Little Turtle and Pit Lake every year in the following programs:
Camping and Outdoor Program Information
Camp Properties and Facilities