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Pine Tree Education & Environmental Center

Located in the heart of the unique and beautiful Pinelands National Reserve, is Pine Tree Camp. Our camp provides programs for canoeing, BB gun and archery, orienteering, and trail biking.

Nearby attractions include historic Batsto Village (where cannonballs were made for George Washington's army), canoeing on the Mullica, Oswego, Batsto, or Wading Rivers, and hiking and Biking the many trails in Wharton State Forest. We can help you set up a hiking, biking, and/or canoe trip to explore the wonders of the vast Wharton State Forest.

Pine Tree welcomes all groups, regardless of Scouting membership.  Questions?  Call (609) 261-5850


110 Butterworths Bogs Road
Tabernacle, New Jersey 08088

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08:00 AM
10:00 PM

06:00 PM
10:00 AM

Tent Site
Tent Site - Outback
Program Area Multi-Use

Camp Use Policy Back to Top

Information and Procedures for your stay,

Vehicles and Trailers: All vehicles must remain in either of our parking lots. Trailers are to be parked in the parking lot with some exceptions by the Ranger. Any unit wishing to park a car in their campsite for the health reasons of a troop member must ask for a medical authorization pass from the Campmaster on duty. During arrival you may use one vehicle to move personal gear from the parking lots to your campsites. There are also carts available to take gear from the parking lot to your site. Note: Any vehicle moving through camp at anytime must have hazards on.

Trash and Trash Bag Disposal: Each unit is responsible for their own trash and trash bags. For disposal of trash either during or at the end of your stay please dispose in the dumpster located near the front of our entrance. This dumpster has been noted on your map.

Water Access: Each campsite is fitted with a faucet for easy access to water. However, during our winter months campsite water is turned off and units must rely on our three frost free water pumps located throughout camp. These points are noted on your map.

Hazardous Weather and Fire Safety: In the case of hazardous and unsafe weather, the Campmaster will contact units and have them moved to a safe location with hard cover. If at anytime there appears to be a fire safety concern on camp property an alarm in camp will sound. In the event that this alarm sounds all units are to report to the main parking lot immediately for safety and to make sure each camper is accounted for.

Smoke and Drug Free Camp: Pine Tree Educational & Environmental Center is a smoke and drug free camp and this is strictly enforced. Units found in violation of this policy will be asked to leave camp.

Check In Procedure Back to Top

Check In Information: 
We look forward to hosting you at Pine Tree Education and Environmental Center. When you arrive please park in the main entrance parking. 

Please arrive as a group and wait there of our Camp Master will be there to greet you. Have your roster ready and know parking is only in the approved parking lot.  

Units are encouraged to arrive at camp between 6:00pm and 9:00pm. Units requesting early or late arrival should call the Garden State Council Service Center at 609-261-5850 or email at at least 1 week prior to check in.

Check Out Procedure Back to Top

Check out with Ranger at departure.

Check-Out Time: Units should schedule their check-out time with the Camp Master upon arrival.

Cancellation Policy Back to Top

A reservation may be canceled. However, Garden State Council must receive notice of the cancellation 30 days prior to the check in day for a full refund and 14 days prior to check in for a 50% refund.