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In Southwestern St. Louis County, sits 2,400 acres of wooded, rolling hills and adventure called the Beaumont Scout Reservation. This multi-use property is located just off Highway 44 at the Beaumont-Antire Road exit.

Beaumont Scout Reservation offers countless activities and facilities for Scouts, featuring Cub World, Nagel Explorer Base (home of the council’s horses), cabins, a climbing tower, mud cave exploration and a swimming pool.


Important Note

Camp May and Cub World will be closed from November 2, 2020 through March 6, 2021. Phillips 66 currently has an easement for three buried  pipelines that run roughly parallel to the main camp road from the entrance past Emerson, Sverdrup Lodge, through Orrick camp site then up toward the challenge course access trail and eventually off of the property. They will be burying a fourth line during the time these sections of camp are closed.

There will be access to the camporee fields and the Nagel Base throughout the project. We apologize for this inconvenience. Phillips 66 has the right of eminent domain. The original project schedule was throughout much of 2021. They very recently suggested this project schedule change, which allows us to operate our summer camps at Beaumont in 2021.

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Location Details

Beaumont Scout Reservation
6480 Beaumont Reservation Drive
High Ridge, MO 63049
(at Highway 44 and Beaumont/Antire Road)


Cabins

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic overnight indoor accommodations are not available to units but are available to families (members of the same household).

Beaumont has eight cabins for unit use. From November through March we restrict their use to troops, crews, and posts. From April through October, Webelos dens may reserve them.

Cabin A and B: These log structures near the Camp May Parade Field are our newest additions. They each house 20 in bunks and are joined by a breezeway.  Each have a wood-burning fireplace, stove, refrigerator, and sink. A and B have indoor plumbing and showers. Units provide their own firewood and cooking gear.

Cabins McBride, Jordan, Lantz, Mallinckrodt, and Third Baptist: These five cabins have enough bunks to accommodate 20 people in each cabin. Each cabin contains a fireplace, woodstove, refrigerator, cookstove and dry sink. Water and latrines are outdoors.  McBride and Jordan cabins are side-by-side should your unit need room for more than 20.

Beckett Cabin: This cabin is right behind the Emerson Center and houses 14 people in bunks. The smallest cabin available, it is only heated by a furnace. The cabin has indoor plumbing, refrigerator, cookstove and sink. It does not have a fireplace or woodstove.

Wohl Lodge: This lodge is located next to the Emerson Center. It has a flushable toilet, a shower, and a full kitchen. This sleeps 22 people total.

Camps

Camp May

Camp May hosts summer camp each year at Beaumont. It includes the Emerson Center, swimming pool, and program areas.

Camp Grizzly Cub World

Camp Grizzly Cub World is a favorite for Scouts and parents alike. Designed specifically for Cub Scouts and families, the area contains:

  • Akela’s Council Ring: This ceremonial site is a great facility
    for pack and den awards ceremonies, or for having a
    fun‑filled Scout‑type campfire.
  • Cub World Activity Building: A large meeting room is
    available for pack meetings.
  • Cub World Pavilion and shelters
  • Cub Scout Family Camp: There are campsites available
    for dens and packs to enjoy tent camping. Each campsite
    has a picnic table, fire ring with cooking grate, and trash
    can. A shower facility with indoor toilets is also available
    year round.

Activity Areas:

  • Eagle’s Nest Tower: Located on one of the highest points
    of Beaumont Reservation is the Eagle’s Nest Tower. A
    three‑level tower more than 20‑feet high offers a spectacular
    view of the surrounding countryside.
  • Fort Hussmann: This area provides Scouts the chance to
    dream about life in a frontier fort. The area contains a fort,
    fire ring, and picnic tables.
  • Lost Beaumont Mine: Sand and tunnels abound in this
    unique area. A miner’s cabin with a potbelly stove is a major
    feature, along with an ore wagon and panning for gold in
    Antire Creek.
  • Sea Wolf Pirate Ship: Relive the days of Blackbeard the
    Pirate. The ship contains cannons, a deck, and a lower level.
  • Sports Field: A sports field exists for softball or other
    sports activities in which your Cub Scout pack or den wants
    to participate.
  • Play Area: Swing sets, rope climbing, boulder wall climbing,
    and playground equipment.

Camping Areas

Lane, Shippey, Laemmli, and Nusser: areas with water and latrine facilities.

Outpost Camps

Blackberry Hollow and Toad Hollow for troop hikes.

Nagel Explorer Base

The Nagel Explorer Base is the home of the council’s popular horse program.  Packs can come out and enjoy a picnic before boarding the wagons for horse-drawn hayrides.

Troops, crews and posts can schedule a horseback trail ride. Additionally, units can take advantage of 14 adirondacks shelters for rent.  Adirondacks are three-sided structures that each have four bunks. Units can also choose to tent camp.

The Nagel Rec Hall is available for rent to all units. Use it for pack meetings or rent it out for the weekend. The hall includes 12 bunks, a refrigerator, cookstove, fireplace, and dry sink. Water and latrines are outdoors.

Mud Cave

Take a self-guided tour through one of the most popular spots on the property- Mud Cave! This natural cavern will take your unit into the cool depths of beautiful rock formations and limestone deposits. Mud Cave is kept locked when not in use so be sure to make a reservation through the camping department.

Ranges

  • Archery
  • BB guns
  • Rifle
  • Shotgun

Program Areas

  • Challenge Course
  • Climbing tower
  • Hayrides
  • Hiking
  • Horseback riding (August-May)
  • Orienteering course (map & compass)
  • Pioneering kit
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Hear about how Scouts teamed up with their local government to tackle an important conservation issue.
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#TBT Who remembers 2017 Solar Eclipse Totality? We sure do!😎 We got to experience this incredible moment with our scouts and their families at Beaumont Camp. What an amazing experience!
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#tbt ¿Quién recuerda la Totalidad del Eclipse Solar 2017? ¡Nosotros seguro que sí! 😎 Tuvimos la oportunidad de vivir este increíble momento con nuestros exploradores y sus familias en el Campamento Beaumont. ¡Qué experiencia tan maravillosa!
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#TBT Who remembers 2017 Solar Eclipse Totality? We sure do!😎 We got to experience this incredible moment with our scouts and their families at Beaumont Camp. What an amazing experience!  
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#TBT ¿Quién recuerda la Totalidad del Eclipse Solar 2017? ¡Nosotros seguro que sí! 😎 Tuvimos la oportunidad de vivir este increíble momento con nuestros exploradores y sus familias en el Campamento Beaumont. ¡Qué experiencia tan maravillosa!

In Scouting we teach the importance of participating in government and preserving the natural world around us. Some local Scouts recently did both.

Tune in to our Facebook Live Stream today at 6:30pm to hear how Scouts partnered with their city to tackle an important conservation issue in their area.
#scoutsstandout
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In Scouting we teach the importance of participating in government and preserving the natural world around us. Some local Scouts recently did both.

Tune in to our Facebook Live Stream today at 6:30pm to hear how Scouts partnered with their city to tackle an important conservation issue in their area.
#ScoutsStandOut

Our 36th Annual Scouting For Drive is here! ✨

To ensure that this year's Scouting for Food drive is safe and beneficial for everyone in our community, all of our volunteers and scouts will be practicing social distancing and wearing masks when dropping and picking up bags.

Scouts will be dropping off bags at local neighborhoods on 11/14/2020, so stay alert!

For virtual donations text "SCOUTFOOD" to 91999
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¡Nuestra 35ª edición anual de Scouting for Drive ya está aquí! ✨

Para garantizar que la campaña Scouting for Food de este año sea segura y beneficiosa para todos en nuestra comunidad, nuestros voluntarios y scouts practicarán el distanciamiento social y usarán máscaras al dejar y recoger bolsas.

Los Scouts dejarán las bolsas en los vecindarios locales el 14/11/2020, ¡así que manténgase alerta!

Para donaciones virtuales, envía "SCOUTFOOD" al 91999
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