Located in Southeast Missouri, in the shadow of Mt. Logan, is Camp Lewallen, 580 acres of first-rate Scouting experience. Lake Potashnick and the St. Francis River provide Scouts with endless water-based activities while the hundreds of acres of forest provide Scouts and their units with the ultimate camping environment.
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Anpetu-We Lodge Legacy Brick Plaza
The Anpetu-We Lodge of the Order of the Arrow is constructing a “legacy brick plaza” where Scouts and Scouters- both present and past, living and deceased- can be permanently recognized. The brick walkway and plaza will be located in front of Jarvis Dining Hall. Purchase a brick today.
All reservations are made through the council’s online camp reservation portal.
1588 Wayne Route K
(Located at the end of Hwy K, 2 miles west of Hwy 67 and 30 miles south of S bar F Scout Ranch)
Map to Camp Lewallen
Summer camp office (summer camp only):
Year-Round Camping for Troops, Crews and Posts
Year-round tent camping is available in the Camporee Area for Scout troops, Venture crews and Explorer posts. Outdoor pit toilet facilities are conveniently located near the fields.
Logan Lodge features bunks for 14, a refrigerator, range and wood-burning stove. Formerly known as the Health Lodge, this cabin was renovated by the Camp Lewallen Quartermaster Corps and is ready for action. Year-round water is available at the ranger station and portable toilet facilities are provided. The lodge is currently under renovation, it will be open for reservations soon.
Beautiful lodge located on Wappapello Lake. It is available to Scout troops year round (except during summer camp).There is indoor plumbing and lodge is equipped with a fireplace, stove, refrigerator, and showers. The lodge can accommodate 30 campers.
Webelos dens may use Logan Lodge from April through September with the exception of summer camp.
Kyle Davidson Climbing Tower Complex
This great weekend program lets Scouts experience the thrill of high adventure while instilling composure and confidence in situations involving heights. The tower is available year-round for Scouts, Venturers and Explorers. The bouldering wall is available year-round for Cub Scouts. Units must provide a trained leader.
A ten mile trail that offers an extraordinary hiking experience through the Camp Lewallen property. The trail is available year-round for Boy Scouts and Venturers.
Led by a trained instructor, this one-of-a-kind program is designed to take a troop from basic knot tying to large building projects in the span of one day. The course promotes and develops Scouting skills and leadership. A pioneering kit is available for weekend use by Scout troops. Trained leadership must be provided by each troop.
Both Boy Scout Summer Camp and Webelos Mini-camp are available at Camp Lewallen.
For more information, visit the Boy Scout Summer Camp and Webelos Mini-camp pages on this site.