Rotary Scout Reservation

Twin Rivers Council, BSA



Where Summer Adventures Begin!

Rotary Scout Reservation

279 Davitt Lake Road

Averill Park, NY 12018

Phone: (518) 283-4794

Fax: (866) 766-9378

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Twin Rivers Council, BSA

253 Washington Ave, Ext.

Albany, NY  12205

Phone: (518) 869-6436

Fax: (518) 869-6439

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Welcome to Rotary Scout Reservation, a 1,300 acre wilderness adventure area in Upstate New York.  RSR is owned and operated by the Twin Rivers Council, BSA, and offers six weeks of Boy Scout summer camp programs and year round cabin and campsite rentals.

The experienced staff members at Rotary Scout Reservation are trained to provide the most exciting, high quality outdoor program for Scouts.  Highlights include:

  1. Climbing and Rappelling

  2. Sailing and Canoeing

  3. Kayaking

  4. Shotgun and Rifle Shooting

  5. Project COPE high ropes course

  6. Wilderness Survival, Geocaching and Scoutcraft skills

  7. Chillicothe mountain man adventure area

  8. Handicrafts

  9. Archery

  10. Ecology and Conservation

Are you ready for the adventure?  Take a look around for all the details.  We look forward to seeing you at camp!

Summer Camp Dates 2016

The dates for Summer Camp 2016 have been announced as follows.

Week 1    July 3 - 9, 2016

Week 2    July 10 - 16, 2016

Week 3    July 17 - 23, 2016

Week 4    July 24 - July 30, 2016

Week 5    July 31 - August 6, 2016

Week 6    August 7 - 13, 2016

Register your troop for Summer Camp 2016 today!  Please download the 2016 Summer Camp Reservation Form - RSR.pdf.  Until August 15, 2015 reservation forms and payments will only be accepted at camp.  After August 15th, all reservations should be mailed to the Twin Rivers Council (253 Washington Avenue, Ext., Albany, NY 12205) or call (518) 869-6436.

Remember that eligible units that register for camp by November 1, 2016 are eligible for the TRC Loyalty Program and will receive 2015 camp pricing in 2016!  Register your troop today.

Merit Badge Prerequisites

The merit badge program at RSR is specifically designed to reflect the outdoor experience of camp.  As a result, nearly all merit badges offered may be completed entirely at camp.  In some cases, however, a requirement may be more easily or necessarily completed at home.  In such cases the Scout is asked to bring evidence of completion for review by his merit badge counselor. 

The 2015 Merit Badge Prerequisites list may be found here.

2016 Campsite Availability

Updated on November 17, 2015

The following chart details campsite availability for the 2016 Summer Camp season.  If the campsite you are looking for appears to be occupied, please contact us, as many of our sites are large enough to comfortably accommodate two small to medium size troops.  If the site you are looking for is unavailable, we will work with you to identify another site to meet your needs.

Download the full color camp map here: Rotary Camp Map