Treasure Valley Scout Reservation sits on approximately 1,600 acres of forest, and is located in four towns, Rutland, Spencer, Oakham, and Paxton. It is available from the beginning of September through the end of May for both scouting and non-scouting groups to rent. Treasure Valley offers a variety of locations for rental including heated buildings, Adirondack shelters, and tent camping.
For more information including prices download the Facility Usage Booklet available in pdf format.
An illustrated camp map of Treasure Valley Scout Reservation is available here.
For availability be sure to call the Council Service Center before making any plans, in order to make sure the building or site you would like is open. (508)-752-3769
If you would like to reserve a spot fill out the Rental Form and bring it to the Council Service Center. Reservations can be taken over the phone or by fax using a credit card. If you are renting boats or a boat trailer please fill out the agreement form and bring it with you when you pick up the boat or trailer.
Interested in becoming a CampMaster?
We are always looking for new members. A Campmaster is a trained, and registered Scouter, Approved by the Scout executive or his designee. They serve at Treasure Valley Scout Reservation one or two weekends a year, whenever scouting or non-scouting groups are using any part of the camp property, when summer camp is not in session. When serving they stay at the Magee Building, complete with heat, kitchen, bed, cable tv, and even internet access.
There will be a training session for new campmasters on Saturday March 9, at the council office from 9Am to 1PM. If you would like to join, please click here for the brochuer application.
The Adirondack shelters are three-sided buildings with a roof. We currently have six Adirondack shelters available for rental. They sleep 6-8 people, and have a fireplace right outside the building.
The Conference Center (additional pictures) is a fully heated building with running water and a small kitchen. It has bunks and can sleep up to 28 people. It has several rooms in it for sleeping. These rooms hold between 4 and 8 people each. In addition it contains two bathrooms equipped with showers, and two conference rooms.
The Council Ring is an outdoor amphitheater with a fire ring in the front. It overlooks Browning Pond, and is located right down the hill from the East Lodge.
The East Lodge is a building that contains a large hall capable of holding 200 people. Depending on the time of year, it also has a kitchen, running water, and bathrooms available.
The Probus Building (additional photos) is a small cozy building that can sleep 10 people. It is one room, has electricity and also contains an indoor wood burning stove, and an outdoor fire pit. It is located very close to the Magee Visitor Center. There are nearby pit latrines and running water is available near the Magee Visitor Center
In addition to the buildings Treasure Valley contains a variety of tent camping locations depending on your needs. All tent camping is "No Trace" camping. We have the "North Field" if your looking for a field, "Katahdin" if you are looking for a wooded area, and we also offer several of our summer camp campsites for off season rental.
The West Lodge is a fully heated building with running water and a full kitchen. Upstairs contains a large hall, two bathrooms, and a small office with two bunks. The downstairs has bunks and can sleep up to 22 people.
The Commissary is a rustic building that can sleep 26 people. It is two rooms, electricity and also contains an indoor wood burning stove. There are nearby pit latrines and running water is available near the Magee Visitor Center.
Treasure Valley also contains a variety of other rental areas, such as Boonsville Plain or the Council Ring if you are looking for a single day event. We also have several hard roof shelters, the area known as Pine Point, and many other locations available throughout the 1,600 acre Reservation.
The Mohegan Council schedules several Family Camping weekends at Treasure Valley Scout Reservation. Families will enjoy an outdoor camping experience, other than resident camping, that involves Cub Scouting, Boy Scouting, or Venturing program elements in overnight settings with two or more family members, including at least one BSA member of that family. Parents are responsible for the supervision of their children, and Youth Protection guidelines apply.
When publicized units can come as a Troop, Pack, Den, or family & Enjoy Treasure Valley
The average cost for these events normally runs about $25.00 per family with a 5 person maximum and an additional $5.00 per person. Exact pricing for each Family Camping weekend will vary depending on what program opportunities are offered.
Tenting consists of 2-man tents w/bunks or bring your own tent or Trailer (Water, Electric, and Dumping hookups NOT available)
Families are asked to bring their own food, planned activities, and supplies
Available council activities sometimes include:
Waterfront for swimming (No Lifeguard on Duty)
Bring your own canoe/kayak/rowboat (For safety purposes, no motorized boats or jet skis)
Fishing in designated areas
Bring the entire Pack, family members, and friends out to Treasure Valley for an exciting Family Camping Weekend with activities inspired by the adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn. Team up to lash together a raft and attempt to race in the lake, participate in a fishing derby, try your hand at the sling-shot range, go on a scavenger hunt, build a model boat, cook over a campfire, and more! Come with the whole family and enjoy the fun TOGETHER! Registration forms and pricing information will be available at the end of April.