The Anthony Wayne Area Council has many different program opportunities for the whole family to enjoy annually. Two Family Camp Weekends: a Family Resident Camp and a "Super Scout" Cub-O-Ree, as well as an Adult Weekend Camp.
All events are at the Anthony Wayne Scout Reservation (AWSR), located in northeast Indiana near the town of Pleasant Lake. The reservation boasts 1200 acres of wooded land, three lakes and a river designed to provide a variety of quality camping experiences available to units and families of the Anthony Wayne Area Council. AWSR is home to 3 camps: Camp Chief Little Turtle, Camp Foellinger & Wilderness Camp. Camp Chief Little Turtle also features family-style cabins complete with 2 bedrooms, a living room, kitchens, full bathrooms and electricity that can be rented for an additional fee.
Anthony Wayne Scout Reservation
2282 W 500 S Pleasant Lake, IN 46779
Phone: 260-475-5099 (Summer Only)
Memorial Day & Labor Day Weekend
$45 Per Family (one week before event)
$55 at the door
Submit registration form with payment to Council Office
Paddle Boards*Swimming *Boating *Fishing *Hiking*Cycling *Campfire *Archery *BB Guns *Volleyball
Each family member will receive a commemorative patch
TRADING POST OPEN FOR SNACKS AND SOUVENIRS!!!!
Check-in Fri. 5-8 p.m. - OR - Check-in Sat. 9-10 a.m. Check-out Mon. by 12 noon
You must check in upon arrival to camp for
Medical Checks (with parts A B1 & B2) & Registration.
You may not go to your campsite until you have checked in.
No early arrivals without permission.
Swimming/Boating permitted only during scheduled time WITH adult supervision. Please do not send children to the Waterfront without adult supervision. Lifeguards will be provided. Adults are asked to help supervise.
Families are welcome to bring bikes, but all riders must wear helmets. No bikes will be provided.
Quiet Hours: 11:00 pm to 7 am
All families are expected to obey the Scout Oath and Law.
At least one member of the family must be registered with AWAC, BSA
All families must check-in at the Camp Trading Post upon arrival.
Every participant (youth & adult) must have a BSA Medical Form Parts A , B1 & B2
Trailers, pop-ups, and RVs are welcome, BUT there are NO hook-ups or services provided.
Please remember because of the Zebra Mussel infestation, you cannot launch personal watercraft on Pit Lake.
No motors of any kind are allowed on Pit Lake, Council-owned canoes and rowboats are provided.
Families are responsible for your own supplies, food, & tents for this weekend event.
Reminder – there is a NO pet policy at camp. NO alcohol. NO Fireworks.
Campsites are first-come-first-served (no site reservations will be accepted).
No camp access roads may be blocked by a vehicle. Park well off the roads and/or use the camp parking lot.
Firewood provided. NO firewood may be brought on the reservation because of invasive species.
Family Cabins may be rented separately, but is NOT included in Family Camp fee.
Families renting Family Cabins must also register for Family Camp.