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Woodfield Scout Camp

427 Rush Mountain Road Trinity, NC 27370
This camp is rustic and primitive only intended to be used by adventurous Boy Scout Troops and Ventures.  Woodfield Scout Camp offers solitude in a mountain base setting.  Located in between the base of Mary’s Mountain trail and Lake Reese this camp gives all Scouts a bit of the wilderness and adventure they seek. The Camps activity field and Campfire area are perfect for troops and crews working on the Pioneering Merit Badge as well as many other Merit Badges.   

Woodfield Scout Camp does have water.  Latrines, showers and shelters are available. Woodfield Scout Camp only has power at the large program shelter.  Water is turned off in the winter,  Units will need to bring their own water when winterized. 

427 Rush Mountain Rd
Asheboro, North Carolina 27203

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Camp Use Policy Back to Top

Woodfield Scout Camp

Woodfield Scout Camp property is open to all Troops, Ships, Crews, and Exploring Post. There are bathrooms, showers, and a HQ building for cover if needed. The building can be rented for use if a kitchen is needed. Woodfield Scout Camp is not suitable for Cub Scout camping.

Check In Procedure Back to Top

Arrival and departure hours are from 7:00am to 9:00pm Monday through Saturday and 7:00am to 1:00pm on Sunday, unless special arrangements are made with the Camp Ranger.

Each unit will check – in as follows:

  • Contact Ranger at least 3 days prior to event.
  • Inspect campsite and confirm with Ranger/Campmaster/Wagonmaster any issues or damage.
  • Confirm departure time and procedures with Ranger.
  • Ensure to read and follow camp policies (provided on council website).
Check Out Procedure Back to Top

Each unit will check-out as follows:

  • Ensure campsites are clean of all trash (use dumpsters or take trash with you). If you brought in material (such as bamboo for gateways or other projects) – take it with you when you leave.
  • Ensure bathrooms and any building used are cleaned.
  • Working with the Ranger/Campmaster/Wagonmaster, return any borrowed equipment to appropriate location.
  • Extinguish campfires. Ashes should be moved around to ensure there is no heat left in fire ring.
  • Confirm with Ranger/Campmaster/Wagonmaster unit is cleared from campsite.
Cancellation Policy Back to Top

If you need to cancel your reservation please do so as quickly as possible. This will allow any other units to fill your spot.

Cleaning Policy Back to Top

A scout is CLEAN. Keep your body and mind fit. Help keep your home and community clean. Take any trash to the dumpsters. Some camps do not have a dumpster so you will need to haul your trash out of the camp.