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Camp Dale Resler

Camp Dale Resier Is a 64 acre property situated In the Lincoln National Forest In the Sacramento Mountains, and located near Cloudcroft, New Mexico. This camp has provided continuous service to the Yucca Council since 1958 and contains a variety of trees and vegetation. The camp combines the lore of the old West with the thrill and boldness of the mountains to offer action-packed fun and adventure. The camp Is at 9000 feet altitude and offers a cool summer climate and fun winter snow days. Wildlife abounds at Camp Dale Resier and Is a great place for hiking and camping. Camp Dale Resier borders the city of Cloudcroft on Its northwest side, and Is surrounded by thousands of acres of the Lincoln National Forest on all other sides.

Ranger Notes

There is no Ranger for this Camp. Please keep constant communication with your assigned Camp Master.

Directions to Camp

Travel on Highway 70 or Highway 54 to Alamogordo. Take Highway 82 up the mountain for 16 miles towards Cloudcroft. Pass through Cloudcroft and the camp entrance is on the right 1.5 miles from the center of town.

P.O. Box 77
Cloudcroft, New Mexico 88317

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Training Center

Camp Use Policy Back to Top

Please make camp reservations online to schedule your event at least 30 days in advance. Once the event is scheduled the Council Campmaster Coordinator will make arrangements to assign a trained Campmaster for your unit.

The designated Campmaster will contact the unit leader who made the reservations online to confirm your camping dates.

The Campmaster and unit leader should communicate with each other 1-week prior to the check-in date and 24-hours prior to confirm all arrangements.

On the check-in day, the assigned Campmaster will receive your Scout unit and will remain on-site during your stay. The Campmaster is responsible for overall camp operations.

Please turn in a roster of participants including adults upon check-in.

Bring a completed BSA Medical Form (parts A&B) for every participating Scout and adult

All units must follow all Yucca Council and National BSA policies.

At least one adult leader MUST be BALOO/IOLS trained for Scout activities.

Parking is restricted to the parking lot only. ADA parking can be accommodated by contacting the Ranger or Campmaster on duty.

We recommended you bring a wagon or hand cart to transport camping gear from parking lot to campsite.

Any trash or signage must be removed from camp; do not leave anything on camp.

Ground fires are prohibited, with exception of the campfire area. Propane camp stoves are recommended vs charcoal.

ATVs, Mules, Gators, Rhinos, tractors, mowers are prohibited.

Check In Procedure Back to Top

Please check in and out with Campmaster on Duty

Check Out Procedure Back to Top

Please check in and out with Campmaster on Duty

Cancellation Policy Back to Top

As of January, 2024, Cancellation should be made 3-business days prior to the check-in date for a 100% refund. After that, no refunds.