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Camp Rybolt

Camp Rybolt is the northern-most camping area at the Williams Family Scout Reservation.  Rybolt is a "primitive camping" area best suited to large groups who need minimal service/facilities.  It is a favorite location for District Scout Camporees and other large-group activities.  It features two bathroom/shower houses, a small covered picnic pavilion, a flag pole, and a couple fire pits.  There is water filling access in two areas and electrical/lights around the bathrooms.  The majority of Rybolt is open grass area with mixed tree cover.

Campers using Camp Rybolt may have access to program facilities at Camp La-No-Che based on booking and availability.

Camp La-No-Che is the Scout Camp located on the North shore of Lake Norris in Paisley, Florida. It is a part of Central Florida Council of the Boy Scouts of America and is home to Tipisa Lodge of the Order of the Arrow (OA), as well as the greatest Summer Camp Staff in the United States of America. A proven fact due to Camp La-No-Che’s tradition of being a Nationally Accredited Camp for over 25 years. Camp La-No-Che is part of the Leonard and Marjorie Williams Family Scout Reservation.

Camp La-No-Che is 1,480 acres (6.0 km2) and located near the southern border of the Ocala National Forest and on the shores of Lake Norris. It is also on the North side of the Wekiva River Protection Area.

Camp La-No-Che hosts events for a wide variety of groups, including Scout units, JROTC units, school and community groups, international travellers, church youth groups, corporate teams, and more.  Camp is busy year-round with major events often occuring monthly.

41940 Boy Scout Road
Paisley, Florida 32767

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Camp Use Policy Back to Top

A complete summary of Camp Usage Policies are available at

IMPORTANT COVID-19 PROTOCOL: Until further notice, all persons entering Camp property MUST submit to a health check and provide copies of a Health Pre-Screening and At-Risk Letter signed by an adult.  These and other resources are found at:

All bookings can be made up to 30 days before the event/use online; all bookings made within 30 days of the event/use must be made through the Camp Office. 

Camp Usage Minimums:  Your group is welcome and encouraged to use campsites, buildings, and program facilities during your visit.  To ensure the best possible experience and cost effectiveness, we require the following minimums be met: 

  • Tent Campsites:  No minimum for weekend bookings (some minimums may be enforced for District/Council events like camporees or Summer Camp.) 
  • Group Camp:  No minimum for weekend bookings (some minimums may be enforced for District/Council events like camporees or Summer Camp.) 
  • Adirondack Campsites:  Min – 16 youth or 20 total 
  • Bunkhouse/Cabins:  Min – 16 youth or 20 total (Bunkhouse/Cabin area can be booked by multiple groups during a single weekend, provided space is available.) 
  • Camp Rybolt:  No minimum for individual group usage; may be booked by multiple groups in a single weekend, provided space is available.  (Minimums MAY be enforced for District/Council event bookings.) 
  • Dining Hall:  Min – 50 people to reserve space 
  • Meal Service:  Min – 150 meals served* 
  • Rotary Lodge:  Min – 25 people to reserve space (use of meal service would have to meet meal service minimums.) 
  • Ecology Lodge:  Min – 15 people to reserve space 
  • Activity Pavilions:  Min – 10 people to reserve each pavilion 

*Meal Service minimums can be met with the combined counts of multiple groups/diners.  Bookings not meeting the minimum (either on their own or in combination with another group) will be billed according to the minimum meal service cost. 

Campers must check in with the Camp Office between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm on Saturday to verify camper counts and program usage.  Campers who do not check in with updated counts may be assessed an additional fee of $2 per person, per night.

Check In Procedure Back to Top

Campers check in at the Camp Office upon entering camp and before proceeding to their campsite.

For more information, contact the Office at 352-669-8558.

Check Out Procedure Back to Top

Campers must check out with Rangers, Campmasters, or other Camp Staff prior to departure.

Cancellation Policy Back to Top

Any cancellation must be made in writing no less than 14 days prior to the scheduled group arrival. Bookings canceled after that date (13 days or less before arrival) will be subject to a cancellation fee of at least 50% of the total estimate due, unless reasonable cause is explained and documented in writing.

All deposits are considered non-refundable.

Cleaning Policy Back to Top

A SCOUT IS CLEAN!  Please be sure to do the following before departing your campsite/facility:

  • Sweep Activity Shelter, Bathroom, and shelters/tents (if applicable.)
  • Clean all bathrooms and showers.
  • "Police" the area for trash/equipment.
  • Throw all garbage into dumpsters near Camp Office area before departing.

Any Unit campsites found to be left excessively messy/dirty or in disrepair, or with damages not previously shared with Rangers/Campmasters, will result in a $100 cleaning fee and additional damage charges to be decided on by Camp Management.  Failure to pay cleaning/damage fees may result in restrictions on future usage of Camp.

Contact a Ranger or Campmaster if you need any supplies to help in your cleaning efforts.  Thank you for keeping camp CLEAN!