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Winnebago Scout Reservation


Winnebago Scout Reservation
102 Timberbrook Road • Rockaway, NJ 07866
Camp Office: (973) 983-9075   •   Cindy Haak • 973-983-9075
Camp Director: Curt Haak • (973) 765-9322 x415
Camping Services: John Dorn • (973) 765-9322 x238

Winnebago Trails
Boy Scout Historical Trails
Eastern Tour – 10 miles • Northern Tour – 14.5 miles
Western Tour – 10 miles by bike or hike • Southern Tour – 17.5 miles

Cub Scout Historical Trail: Cub Scout Tour – 2 miles

Cub Scout Camps
Boy Scout Camps
CO-ED & Girls Camps
Year-Round Facilities
Send a Kid to Camp
Summer Camp Employment

Winnebago Scout Reservation is situated on nearly 450 acres in the heart of the Copperas Mountains. The reservation is surrounded by a natural preserve of more than 200 acres, all of which is available for weekend hiking and camping. Winnebago Scout Reservation has activities for your unit to have an enjoyable weekend.  WSR is within traveling distance to major ski resorts, a tube park and other area travel attractions.

There are many tent sites and cabins for rent. The bath and shower house is open year round. Year-round water is available at both the north and south ends of camp. All cabins and lean-tos have bunks with mattresses for the stated sleeping capacity.

Things to Do

  • Take a canoe trip to the Splitrock Reservoir. Bring your own canoes, or rent them from Winnebago.
  • Try out the Winnebago Geocache course – See your Campmaster for GPS/Info
  • Call for scheduling our Rifle or Archery Range.
  • Hike the Cubscout Historic Trail.
  • Hike around Winnebago/Splitrock Reservoir.
  • Beaver Day in April – All day event for units and individual volunteers to work on camp improvement projects.
  • Be sure to join us for the Robert Tunnell Memorial Fishing Tournament in May.
North End Cabins and Lean-Tos

Winter Lodge
Sleeps: 24

Contains: Central dining/activity area, wood stove, dining table, two sleeping areas, kitchen area, electric 4-burner stove, refrigerator, electricity, running water from April 15 – October 15.

Kiwanis Cabin
Sleeps: 18
Contains: Wood stove, electric cooking stove, stainless sink & counter, refrigerator, table and benches, electricity, running water from April 15 – October 15.

Winnebago Cabin
Sleeps: 12
Contains: Wood stove, table and chairs, electricity

Little Mahee Cabin
Sleeps: 10
Contains: Wood stove, table with benches, electricity
2 adjacent lean-tos are available separately

Wink Dousa Cabin
Sleeps: 20
Wood stove, table and benches, electricity

Leni Lenape Site
Sleeps: 24
Contains: Six Lean-tos and Pavillion

Onondanga Site
Sleeps: 24
Contains: Six Lean-tos and Pavillion

Shawnee Site
Sleeps: 16
Four Lean-tos

South End Cabins and Lean-Tos

Corwin Center
Sleeps: 40
Contains: Gas heat, tables and chairs, separate kitchen area with large gas range, refrigeration, electricity, year round water and restrooms. Additional propane fees may apply.

Lewis Cabin
Sleeps: 12
Contains: Wood stove, tables and chairs, electricity.

Craig Cabin
Sleeps: 16 in main room + 4 inside room
Contains: Propane heat (fee), tables and chairs, electricity

Garrity Cabin
Sleeps: 12
Contains: Propane heat (fee), tables and chairs, electricity

Searing Cabin/Site
Cabin Sleeps: 4
Lean-to Sleeps: 4

Contains: Wood stove, tables and chairs, electricity, one lean-to

Tent Sites

North End

  • Algonquin *
  • Cayuga *
  • Cherokee *
  • Cheyenne *
  • Chippewa *
  • Comanche
  • Delaware *
  • Iroquois *
  • Leni-Lenape * – 6 lean-tos
  • Little Mahee – 2 lean-tos
  • Onondaga * – 6 lean-tos
  • Shawnee – 4 lean-tos
  • Wacabuc *
  • Witauchsundin *

* Campsite has a covered pavilion

South End

  • CJ Helen
  • Craig Field – large open group site

Frontier Sites (Primitive sites on east side of Durham Pond)

  • Jim Bowie
  • Kit Carson