Our camp is proud to offer quality facilities for all those attending our summer camp program. Our council each year requests money through various grants and donations so that we can continually upgrade and improve our facility offerings.
Currently we have 11 campsites at San Isabel Scout Ranch. Each campsite is a little different, but the amenities are all the same. All campsites come equipped with the following:
- Canvas wall tents
- Platforms for each canvas tent
- Picnic tables
- Fire extinguisher
Along with the program and activities, meals are included with your registration. Each day you and your Scouts will be treated to delicious food prepared by our experienced kitchen staff.
In 2017, we completed an addition to our dining hall. Our outdoor patio is a wonderful place to enjoy a meal or even just hang out for the afternoon. Between the patio and our dining hall, you and your Scouts will have plenty of space to enjoy each of your meals at camp.
Soon to come! Keep an eye out for our 2021 camp menu. We will post links to it on this page.
While we may be at camp, we must always remember that, “A Scout is clean.” Our 16 stall showerhouse has sufficient space for Scouts and adult leaders to be able to get themselves clean after a long day of fun and adventure.
When we built this showerhouse, we understood that times had changed from when the camp had first been built in the 1960’s. So, we made sure to keep privacy in the front of our mind while designing it. Each shower is an individual room with a door that locks. This gives each camp participant the peace of mind that they can shower in private.
For those needing an ADA accessible shower, please speak with a member of our administrative staff as we do have an ADA shower room available for those who need one.
The Dr. Matthew T. Sumpter Medical Lodge
Our new medical lodge was completed in 2020 through the generous donations of volunteers and community members. This facility acts as a resource for camp participants when it comes to first-aid. Scouts are encouraged to handle simple cuts and scrapes in their campsite using the skills they have learned while in Scouting. When it goes beyond that, our camp health officer will be available in this building to assist.
Scouts will also come to this building each day to receive any medications they have brought with them to camp.
On the backside of this building are 2 flushing toilets. These are available for camp participants to use as needed.
Bathrooms are located throughout camp so that they are easily accessible at any time. The majority of our restrooms are vault or pit toilets. These are cleaned on a regular basis to help make them a more enjoyable experience.
Completed in 2020, the Dr. Matthew T. Sumpter Medical Lodge features 2 flushing restrooms on the west side of the building. These are open for participants to use as needed.