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Camp Green Dickson

Camp Description


  • 335 acres
  • 17 campsites
    • 10 campsites have 12’x21’ pavilions
    • 3 remote wilderness campsites
  • Medical Lodge for council events
  • 6 latrines and two central shower facilities with power
  • Drinking water is available.
  • 6-acre private pond
  • Home of our summer, spring break and winter National Youth Leadership Training
  • Texas History Trail is in nearby Gonzales

Program Areas


  • Fishing
    • Largemouth Bass, Catfish, Sunfish
  • Hiking
    • Trail System combines for a 4-mile loop
  • 3 large program pavilions:
    • Lakeside Pavilion $50/weekend
    • Learning Center Pavilion $50/weekend
    • Hank Deschner Pavilion $100/weekend

Map of Camp Green Dickson campsites and facilities
Map of Camp Green Dickson hiking trails
Map of Camp Green Dickson hiking trails elevations

Directions to Camp

Near Historic Gonzales, Texas (between Gonzales and Shiner)
Directions: Google
Map of camp:
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Co Rd 354
Gonzales, Texas 78629

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665Capacity
455Sleeping

Day
Check-In
08:00 AM
Check-Out
10:00 PM


Night
Check-In
05:00 AM
Check-Out
10:00 AM


Campsite

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Campsite Policy and Rules


All units must satisfy BSA two deep leadership standards

All program area fees must be paid in advance to the Capitol Area Council office

Capitol Area Council Scouting units must pay $3 per person for use fee.

Out of council Scouting units must pay $5 per person for use fee.

Please camp in the campsite reserved.

Hammocks are prohibited.

A well does provide drinking water but is not reliable.  It is advised you bring your own water.

Bathroom facilities and portable toilets are available.

Clean your campsite and take all trash with you when you leave the camp.

No ranger is on-site.  Please behave according to the Scout Law and the Outdoor Code. 

All units must follow all Capitol Area Council and National BSA policies

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Camp Check-In Procedure


There is no ranger on-site.  The gate code will be emailed to you prior to your arrival date.  Use the gate code to access the property and proceed to your reserved campsite.   

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Camp Check-Out Procedure


If the Council property you are using does not have a campmaster or ranger on duty, please remember a Scout is Clean, and leave the area better than you found it. Clean the restrooms if available, and pack out all trash. Do not leave piles of firewood in areas that need to be mowed.  Please close and lock the gate as you leave.

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