BLUE RIDGE COUNCIL CAMP OFF SEASON RESERVATIONS ARE NOW OPEN NO LESS THAN SEVEN DAYS before the event as follows: Camp Arrowhead is open. These sites/cabins at Camp Old Indian are open August - December (except during council events): Anderson cabin, Big Rock, Cely, Chapman, Greenville, Greenwood, Oconee, and Seaborn. Museum, Underwood and Windy Hill are closed in the off season due to access issues. Water is available in camp but only the rest rooms on the first floor of the Trading Post are open to campers (November - March).
Welcome to Blue Ridge Council's camp and facility reservation system!
After reading the Information above, below and reviewing fees at the bottom of the page, start by clicking the "BRC Camps" tab above and scrolling to the camp to see what is available for your outdoor adventure.
Scouts: All Cub Scout packs, Scout BSA troops, and Venture crews can utilize the camps for hiking, camping, fishing, and a variety of other activities. Please note that Cub Scout packs may NOT reserve any of the ranges as per The Guide to Safe Scouting. A unit using any range MUST have a certified instructor and Range Safety Officer (rifle and shotgun ranges only) as noted in price structure below and as outlined in the Guide to Safe Scouting AND Scouts BSA Shooting Sports: https://www.scouting.org/outdoor-programs/shooting-sports/scouts-bsa-shooting-sports/
Major facilities available are campsites with adirondacks, cabins for small troops, program shelters for day use, and the CAMP CANOES. Note: All have a usage charge except the "No Program Shelter-Day use only" option under Program Areas where NO shelter is reserved but allows the unit to come to camp for the day to backpack overnight, do day hiking, orienteering, or camp service at NO CHARGE; it notifies the camp that you are coming. You can download both the Camp Old Indian map and hiking map from the RESERVE FACILITIES page.
ALL reservations must be made before seven days out (for example, no LATER than the Friday BEFORE the Friday you arrive!)
Non-Scouts: Due to liability issues, the camps and their facilities cannot be reserved by non-Scouting groups.
CAMP OLD INDIAN fees:
Campsites per night: $25
Cabins per night: $25
Shelters per day including chapel and amphitheater : $10
Activity Building per day: $25
No facility-day event only: $0
Archery range per day: $25 (includes equipment; bows and arrow); Unit must provide Instructor with current USA Archery Level 1 Instructor certification. See https://www.scouting.org/outdoor-programs/shooting-sports/scouts-bsa-shooting-sports/
Rifle Range per day: $100 (includes firearms and ammunition); Unit must provide Instructor who must have current certification as an NRA Instructor and also a Range Safety Officer (RSO) who must have current certification as an NRA Range Safety Officer. All youth participants are required to have written permission from their parent or guardian before they can take part in the program. See https://www.scouting.org/outdoor-programs/shooting-sports/scouts-bsa-shooting-sports/
Shotgun range per day: $125 (includes firearms and ammunition); Unit must provide Instructor who must have current certification as an NRA Instructor and also a Range Safety Officer (RSO) who must have current certification as an NRA Range Safety Officer. All youth participants are required to have written permission from their parent or guardian before they can take part in the program. See https://www.scouting.org/outdoor-programs/shooting-sports/scouts-bsa-shooting-sports/
Canoes: contact council office to rent at $20/day and $100 deposit for Trailer
CAMP ARROWHEAD fees:
Shelter and camping per night: $25 per night
CAMP WHITE PINES fees:
Camping and shelter/bathroom access per night: $35