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Beaumont Scout Reservation

The 2,400 acre Beaumont Scout Reservation is our multi-use facility close to the St. Louis metropolitan area.

Camp May and Cub World will be closed from November 2, 2020 through March 6, 2021. Phillips 66 currently has an easement for three buried  pipelines that run roughly parallel to the main camp road from the entrance past Emerson, Sverdrup Lodge, through Orrick camp site then up toward the challenge course access trail and eventually off of the property. They will be burying a fourth line during the time these sections of camp are closed.

Work on the project takes place Monday through Saturday each week. The amount of construction traffic on the main camp road and the extent of operating machinery next to the camp road has led us to the decision to close Beaumont, Mondays through Saturdays, through February 28, 2021.  We do expect to offer some access for small group day use on Sundays and are working quickly to define potential program usage. We will be publicizing these opportunities as soon as possible.

We apologize for this inconvenience. Phillips 66 has the right of eminent domain. The original project schedule was throughout much of 2021. They very recently suggested this project schedule change, which allows us to operate our summer camps at Beaumont in 2021.

Directions to Camp

To find the camp simply take exit #269 from Interstate 44, proceed west on the outer road leading down a long hill (Antire Rd.) At the bottom of the long hill, the Reservation is immediately on the left and within site of Highway 44. 6480 Beaumont Reservation Dr., High Ridge, MO 63049

6480 Beaumont Scout Reservation
High Ridge, Missouri 63049

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Nagel Adirondacks
Tent Camping
Cub Campsite
Cub World Camping
Climbing & Challenge
Council Ring
Day Pass

Camp Use Policy Back to Top

Those persons using camping facilities can help to preserve the properties and Scouting's favorable image by observing the points listed.

LEADERSHIP FOR HIKING AND CAMPING - All Cub, Scout, Venturer, and Explorer groups using our facilities must be supervised by at least one registered Scouter, 21 years of age or older, and one leader 18 or older who are in attendance full time.
Co-ed crews or posts must have a male and a female leader both 21 years old or older and approved by the sponsoring institution and the parents of the Explorers or Venturers.
A minimum of 2 Scouts and 2 leaders are required for any Scouting activity.

CHECK-IN AND CHECK-OUT - All units must check in and out of camp with either the Camp Director or Camp Ranger on duty, and fill in the attendance blank, which is part of the permit form. A weekend is considered to start at 5:00 p.m. on Friday and end by 4 p.m. on Sunday.

FIRES - Build fires in a cleared area and put out all fires with water. Do not dig holes for fires. If rocks are used for fireplaces they must be returned to the edge of the camping area, to provide safety for mowers.

WOOD - Use only dead wood for fires. Do not cut down any trees. Chainsaw use is prohibited.

GARBAGE - TIN CANS, TRASH - bag all unburnables and bring to dumpsters. Do not burn any refuse.

MOTOR VEHICLES - Motor vehicles are to be parked in the areas provided. The speed limit at Beaumont, Lewallen, Joy, Warren Levis, Vandeventer, Rhodes France, and Pine Ridge is 15 miles per hour and at S bar F the speed limit is 20 miles per hour. Do not drive into camping areas.


  • Firearms
  • Any alcoholic beverage or non-medically prescribed drugs.
  • Fireworks
  • No open flame lanterns or candles in tents.
  • Pets
  • Bicycles

Violators will be asked to leave the property.

CAMP BOUNDARIES - All Cubs, Scouts, Venturers, and Explorers must stay within the camp's boundaries.

GUESTS - Any arrangements for guests must be approved in advance and noted on your reservation.

CAMP ENTRANCE GATES - will be locked between 5 p.m. and 8 a.m. Sunday through Thursday.

WATERCRAFT - Persons using watercraft are subject to the Boy Scouts of America Safety Afloat rules. Before making any plans to use either Council canoes or your own boat, contact the Camping Service. Watercraft is restricted to daylight hours. Use of personal watercraft must be approved in advance. Privately owned gas motors are not allowed at S bar F Ranch or Camp Lewallen.

FISHING - Fishing is available to registered members of our Council when their stay in camp is directly related to a unit or district outdoor event involving Cub Scouts, Scouts, Venturers, or Explorers. There must be as many Scouts as leaders on fishing trips. All fishing must be done in accordance with the current regulations of the Missouri and/or Illinois Conservation Commissions. The use of live minnows for bait is prohibited on Council owned lakes. For fishing at S bar F Ranch or Camp Lewallen, all personnel between the ages of 16 and 65 must possess a current Missouri State Fishing License.

DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT AND CABINS - All cabins, campsites, and equipment used by a unit will be inspected by the unit leader and Camp Director or Camp Ranger before being occupied or used. Any damages that occur are to be paid for when checking out. This includes defacing equipment and buildings, discharging fire extinguishers, destroying or defacing trees, etc.

SHOOTING RANGE - Qualified instructors must supervise all use of shooting ranges by Scouts, Venturers, and Explorers. To qualify, a leader must be at least 21 years of age and hold the appropriate instructor's certificate, .22, shotgun, or blackpowder, from the National Rifle Association. Only Camp furnished rifles and ammunition may be used.

PRESSURIZED FUEL - Leaders must follow the polices set forth in the guide to safe scouting regarding the use of chemical fuels and equipment. 

SWIMMING - Swimming is permitted in designated areas. Units are responsible for providing trained supervision as described in BSA Safe Swim Defense. 

We reserve the right to refuse property access at Council discretion.

Check In Procedure Back to Top
All units must check in and out of camp with either the Camp Director or Camp Ranger on duty, and fill in the attendance blank, which is part of the permit form.
Check Out Procedure Back to Top
All units must check in and out of camp with either the Camp Director or Camp Ranger on duty, and fill in the attendance blank, which is part of the permit form.
Cancellation Policy Back to Top

Full refunds will be given for all day, overnight, and program reservations when they are canceled one week, or more, in advance of the visit. If reservations are canceled in the week prior to the start of the reservation, no refund will be given, but the funds can be transferred to a future reservation, if desired.   In the event of severe weather that cancels a program reservation like boating, swimming, horseback riding, and climbing, full refunds will be given or transferred to future event, if desired.  To request a refund, email where you will be asked to submit a refund request form.