Facilities Available to Rent for Weddings & More
Crossroads of America Council boasts three council offices and seven camp properties. Several of our properties and facilities are available to rent by all groups, organizations and individuals. From primitive campsites to modern cabins to meeting rooms, our properties have all types of facilities to meet any group’s needs. While you may think of Scout camps as a location for a weekend campout, our properties also routinely host community service group meetings, business conferences, parties and weddings. View our Facility Rental Guide for a better understanding of what each property has to offer.
Non-BSA renters must complete a Letter of Agreement, Hold Harmless Statement and submit a Certificate of Insurance within 30 days of making the reservations (and no less than one week before reservation). If these documents are not received by the Crossroads of America Council, your reservation will be canceled.
Are you ready to make a reservation? Use our online system to easily check availability, complete your reservation and make payment. Looking for more information about our camping programs? Please contact the council camping office at (317) 813-7096 or by email. Questions about facility rental? Please contact Reem Okar by email or by phone at (317) 813-7094.
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Camp Bear Creek – 7417 S Scout Road, Connersville, IN 47331 (directions)
Outdoor adventure is the key to fun at Camp Bear Creek. Located 20 miles south of Connersville, this 350-acre property has two small lakes, streams, and hiking trails through beautiful forests and rolling hills. Bear Creek is an outstanding camp for small or large groups. The dining hall can hold 150 people and our nine campsites and four cabins can sleep any size group. Other features of camp are three shelters, an outdoor chapel, and campfire area.
Camp Belzer – 6102 Boy Scout Road, Indianapolis, IN 46226 (directions)
Located on the northeast side of Indianapolis, Belzer is easily accessible from I-465. During the summer, this camp serves as the flagship Cub Scout Day Camp with three swimming pools and multiple program shelters. There are three year-round cabins which can accommodate up to 24 people each. Camping is available for any sized group. Located near the parking area is the 10,000 square foot Activity Center. This building can accommodate groups up to 300 in two large conference rooms with a full commercial kitchen and multiple breakout rooms. All meeting rooms have integrated AV equipment available. Camp Belzer features plenty of parking and is fully wheelchair accessible.
Camp Kikthawenund – 7651 W 500 N, Frankton, IN 46044 (directions)
Fun and excitement rule at Camp Kikthawenund. During the summer, the camp hosts Adventure Camp, our four-day, three-night resident camp for Cub Scouts. During the rest of the year, the 230-acre camp, located 20 minutes north of Noblesville, is available for many other uses. The beautiful Dining Hall is available year round and can easily accommodate 400 for meals. There are three year-round cabins that each sleep 24. Ten primitive campsites and heated central restrooms and showers are available for use. Fun program sites such as the pool, Fort Miami, Dan Beard Tree House, Western Town shelters, Indian Village and the Lake Cherokee Riverboat Shelter can each be rented for use, as well.
Camp Krietenstein – 6443 E County Road 575 N, Center Point, IN 47840 (directions)
An easy one-hour drive west of downtown Indianapolis, Camp Krietenstein has a rich history and excellent camping opportunities. During the summer, Camp Krietenstein hosts one of our two Scouts BSA summer camp programs. During the rest of the year, there are many facilities available for your group to rent. A five-acre lake, program shelters and a brand new dining hall are conveniently located in the center of camp. The year-round dining hall can seat up to 250 people. There are seven primitive campsites located near the main camp area. A fishing pier, hiking trails and campfire area allow you to enjoy all the natural beauty of Camp Krietenstein.
Camp Ransburg – 7599 E Waldrip Creek Road, Bloomington, IN 47401 (directions)
With 624 acres located on Lake Monroe and surrounded by the Hoosier National Forest, Ransburg Scout Reservation is one of the Midwest’s premier camps. A 15-minute drive from Bloomington the camp offers a wide range of opportunities in one of the most beautiful areas of Indiana. In the summer, Ransburg hosts one of our two Scouts BSA summer camp programs. During the rest of the year, there are many facilities available for your group to rent. Two lake-front cabins house a total of 40 per building in three separate apartments. The Inlow Aquatics Center is a lake-front lodge which can sleep up to 20 with a full kitchen. Its grand stone fireplace, soaring windows, loft area and break-out meeting rooms make it perfect for a group retreat. The dining hall seats 420 and is available from September to May. With miles of trails, mountain bikes and canoes, a ropes course, climbing tower and shooting range there is no shortage of activities for your group at Ransburg Scout Reservation.
Camp Red Wing – 5757 E Inlow Spring Road, Muncie, IN 47302 (directions)
Located on the southeast side of Muncie on the White River, Camp Red Wing has been serving Scouts since 1925. Many weeks of the summer are busy at Camp Red Wing as it hosts NYLT Youth Leadership Program and a District Day Camp. The Kiwanis Lodge is the showpiece facility for the camp. It is a multipurpose building that seats 150 people and is available for year-round use. One year-round cabin is available which sleeps up to 24. All campsites, facilities and shelters are conveniently located near to each other.
Camp Wildwood – 5103 E Old Maple Avenue, Terre Haute, IN 47803 (directions)
On the east side of Terre Haute, Camp Wildwood’s year-round meeting hall is an ideal spot for gatherings up to 150 people. Plenty of parking and easy accessibility to I-70 make this location very convenient. An open cabin, shelters and primitive camping are also available. A beautiful gazebo, outdoor chapel, campfire area and parade field provide room to enjoy the natural beauty of Camp Wildwood.
Golden-Burke Scout Center – 7125 Fall Creek Road North, Indianapolis, IN 46256 (directions)
The Crossroads of America Council headquarters building is located on the northeast side of Indianapolis, adjacent to Camp Belzer. Our facility has five well-appointed meeting rooms for gatherings of 10 – 75 people. All rooms have integrated AV equipment available. A kitchenette, large gathering space, outdoor patios and a beautiful campfire arena can also be rented to enhance your gathering.