Ransburg Scout Reservation
Ransburg Scout Reservation is 624 acres of adventure, beautifully situated on Lake Monroe, one of the state’s largest lakes. Sailing, water skiing, horseback riding, hiking, nature trails and more await each Scout who spends a memorable week or more at Ransburg every summer. Summer programs are provided for Boy Scouts as well as Venturing youth.
2014 Boy Scout Camp Flyer
For registration information for Ransburg Scout Reservation, visit the Camping Forms page.
Each year nine weeks of programs are offered, with a wide variety of Merit Badges as well as other High Adventure activities. Activities include:
Camp has 19 campsites in main camp as well as two outpost camps at Adventure Point. Each half of a camp site is set up for 16 campers, so troops can reserve part of a campsite or several campsites depending on the size of the troop. The camp dining hall provides food for the majority of campers, but Outpost, Hill Top and Adventure Point are designed so troops can cook in the camp site if they wish.
Reservations for in-council troops begin the first business day of May the year prior to camp. Out-of-council units can begin making reservations June 1 of the year prior to the summer they plan to attend. Be sure to reserve your spot at the premier summer camp program in the midwest today while sites are still available.
Additional information is available on the Ransburg website www.ransburgbsa.org or by calling any of the Crossroads of America Council offices, (317) 813-7125