As one of the ten methods used in training our youth, camping will always be a fundamental building block of the Scouting program. Along with National camping opportunities, every Council has it’s own BSA camp facility. Tuscarora Council has two properties for the use of camping. Before you camp, be sure to visit our “Before You Camp” page to view and complete the required camping forms.
Our Camp is a nationally accredited 1,100 acre camping facility owned and operated by the Tuscarora Council. Camp Tuscarora is located at 965 Scout Road in Four Oaks, NC. Most Council activities take place at this location. Camp Tuscarora Policies and Procedures can be found here. For more information, or to make camping reservations, please contact Camp Ranger Tim Wuertzer at email@example.com or (919) 921-1750.
Skate Park: Four quarter-pipes, rails, stairs and a specially designed picnic table for skaters to hone their skills.
Updated Waterfront: Large waterslide, white sand beach, renovated program shelter, new docks and more.
Other facilities: Brand new shower house facilities, upgraded handicraft shelter, air-conditioned dining hall, Trading Post, areas for first year campers, basketball court, newly refurbished shooting areas, climbing tower, new Scout Craft area, and much more!
Our camp property at Kerr Lake is a primitive base camp consisting of over 100 acres located on the 50,000 acre John H. Kerr Reservoir in Virginia. Our camp has one of the only natural beaches on the entire reservoir and is popular for fishing, water activities and camping. Get Directions.
Contact our Council Office at (919)734-1714 for details on reserving this beautiful facility!
BSA Medical Forms
Health forms MUST be on file with our camp’s First Aid personnel for all members of your unit the entire length of your stay at camp. All forms will be returned to the unit leader upon check-out. Use forms A and B for stays less than 72 hours. Use forms A, B and C for all trips over 72 hours in length.
Camp Activity Waivers
A parent-signed waiver is required for activities offered at Camp Tuscarora, such as skateboarding, and climbing.
The Tuscarora Council strives to make the summer camp experience possible for all boys in our Council. Camperships are need-based and will be offered if the candidate meets certain criteria.
Please contact, Kirk Mayes, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.