What It's AboutThe Frank Childress Scout Reservation, located near Diamond, Missouri, sits on 1,000 acres. It is complete with a year-round multipurpose building that can be utilized by Scouts and Scouters for training and fellowship.
The camp includes campsites named after the characters of Rudyard Kipling’s “Jungle Book”, a large swimming pool, dining hall, Pirate Ship, Old West Fort, Old Mine, Indian Village, and a stocked trout pond for fishing. FCSR is also home to many hiking and biking trails, and abounds with native plant and animal life.
Packs and Troops can utilize the camp’s facilities year-round. Cub Scouts can stay in teepees, fish the trout pond, check out the mine and pan for gold and a lot of other outdoor fun and adventure. The Fort and Pirate Ship are also open and available for exploration
For more information or to make reservations, contact the Ozark Trails Council at (417) 883-1636.
Directions to Camp
FCSR is located 4 miles south of I-44 and west of Diamond, MO on V Highway