Year Round Camping
For many Scouts, camping is their favorite part of the Scouting experience. A long hike through wooded hills, telling stories around a campfire, and sleeping out under the stars form the basis for many Scout memories. Crossroads of America Council supports seven world-class camp properties that can be used year-round by units to enhance their unit activities.
Camp and Facilities Rental
From primitive campsites to modern cabins and meeting rooms, our properties boast a wide range of facilities to meet you troop's needs. At many camps, materials are also available to rent to support your unit's advancement or programming activities. These include canoes, mountain bikes, and shooting sports equipment.
Visit the Facilities & Rental page of our website for the location and a general overview of our camps. Are you ready to make a reservation? Use our online system to easily check availability, complete your reservation and make payment.
For more information about our camping programs, please contact the council camping office at (317) 813-7096 or by email.
Cub Scout Fun Day!
You've registered for Scouting. You've attended your first pack meeting. Now it's time to join us at Cub Scout Fun Day for a day of adventure to see what being a Cub Scout is all about at camp!
2019 dates and locations will be posted soon.
Voyageur Canoe and Kayak Rental
Are you looking for activities to enhance your troop's weekend outing? Voyageur trained leaders may rent council canoes and kayaks for use in camp or to transport out of camp on our trailers. See the Voyageur Canoe Rental flyer for more information. Canoe and kayak reservations can be made through our online camp and facility reservation system. Once you have selected the camp of your choice, please click on the "Quartermaster" option to view canoe availability. You may find more information on Voyageur training here.
Pilot Shooting Sports Programs
The Crossroads of America Council is excited to announce that it will be incorporating some of the National Council’s Pilot Programs for Shooting Sports.
Chalk Ball - The chalk ball program is intended to provide a special and unique experience for Boy Scouts and Venturers who are attending summer camp or weekend programming. Scouts will have an opportunity to shoot chalk ball markers at various targets. Youth are given 100 chalk balls and move through a course with specific rules regarding safe handling of the markers and operational equipment. The goal of the program is to teach safe handling, responsibility, and marksmanship through a fun activity.
Cowboy Action Shooting - The program offers a fun and safe introduction to cowboy action shooting with pistols, rifles, and shotguns. While attending camp, Boy Scouts and Venturers 14 years of age or older can take part in a special shooting experience with opportunities to shoot single-action .22-caliber pistols, lever action .22-caliber rifles, and 12-gauge or 20-gauge shotguns
Stay tuned for more information about when and where these exciting programs will be offered this summer and starting this fall as a weekend program option.