Tukabatchee Area Council #005

Camping & Council Camps

Year round camping is very important in our council. Warner Scout Reservation is home to Camp
Tukabatchee and Camp Dexter C. Hobbs. Both camps offer multiple opportunities for year round camping.

Camp Tukabatchee opened in the summer 2000. The camp features a 50-acre lake for swimming, rowing, canoeing, sailing, and fishing. A complete C.O.P.E course and climbing/rappelling wall are located along the Dawson Environmental Trail at camp. Check out our Camp Tukabatchee site for more information including summer camp.
Download a Map of Camp Tukabatchee here.
Summer Camp and Adventure Camp!
Participants will be able to work on Merit Badges and Rank Advancement requirements. For more information click here.

ARROW OF LIGHT / WEBELOS II CAMPOREE

Be a part of the Camporee designed just for WE-BELOS II Scouts. You will have fun camping “Patrol Style” right along side of Boy Scouts. You will see what it is to really be a Boy Scout learning Pioneering Skills, Fire Building, Navigation, Patrol Cooking and much more. Click here for more details. 

Winter Camp is typically held during the last week of December each year. Winter Camp is a 4 day cold weather camping experience at Camp Tukabatchee. Participants will be able to work on merit badges or rank advancement while enjoying the beauty of the campgrounds in the winter.
Camp Dexter C. Hobbs is on the site of the old Camp Tukabatchee (1950-1999). From 1999 to 2005 the old camp was transformed into our Cub Scout and family camp. A large pavillion and several sleeping cabins are some of the features of camp. Camp Hobbs is home to the annual Webelos resident camp each summer. More information can be found on the Camp Hobbs page.
Both camps are available for weekend and off season use by packs, troops and other groups. Check out the weekend use page or contact Denise Miller at the council service center at 334-262-2697 for reservations. Download a usage permit for Camp Hobbs here! Download a usage permit for Camp Tukabatchee here!

Hiking trails are now open at Camps! Work was recently completed on two hiking trails at Camp Hobbs and Camp Tuk. Now hikers have a choice of the 5 mile First Class Trail at Camp Tuk or the shorter 2.4 mile trail at Camp Hobbs. Download a map and written directions here.

Notice Regarding use of Camp Hobbs or Camp Tukabatchee
In recent weeks some scout units and individuals or families have arrived at camp unannounced and without a camp use permit. Situations of this type present difficulty for those assisting at camp like our campmasters and Camp Ranger and also create concerns related to those campers who have pre-planned their weekend outings. While our camps and camp properties are available for our members most weekends this is not always the case and in some instances the entire property is reserved. We must assure that ALL those who go to camp first follow the procedure of completing and submitting a camp use permit. Permits for camp use and instructions for filing permits may be found on this website. Please help us make the outdoor experience the best possible by following the prescribed rules.

Last Updated on April 15, 2014

Tukabatchee Area Council #005
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