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Camp Warren Levis, located just north of Alton IL offers 285 acres of outdoor fun, including boating and fishing on a well-stocked private lake, a swimming pool in the summer months, and plenty of camping and hiking opportunities.

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Camp Warren Levis
5500 Boy Scout Lane
Godfrey, IL 62035

Ranger Station Phone: 618-567-4407
Ranger: Jim Goeken

Camping Opportunities:

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

  • Seven campsites in camp, available all year.
  • Two lodges, the more primitive Winter Lodge (space for 25), and Swaim Lodge that has a full dining hall and kitchen, and is heated in the winter (space for 150).

Program Opportunities:

  • Boating
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Pool (available in the summer)
  • Shooting sports ranges
  • Amphitheater
  • Chapel

Interested in using camp for your personal or corporate event?  Contact the Greater St. Louis Area Council Camping Department at 314-361-0600 or camping@stlbsa.org.

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