The Campmaster Building, also known as the 'Log Cabin,' is divided into two sections. The cabin is open on the inside. The first section, located off the front door, covers over half the cabin. Across from the front door is the wood stove for heat.
The next section, leading out to the back door, is a smaller room.
There is a small kitchen area with countertops and running water. There is no cooking untensils, so you will need to bring your own. No cooking is allowed in the cabin. However, there is a grill in the back and a half barrel on the side of the cabin to do any grilling or dutch oven cooking. The water is rural water, so it is safe to drink.
The Central Plains Clinic Shelter is located at the back of camp and has room for 20-25 people. There are two picnic tables inside along with a wood burning stove. Tents can be set up in site "Friendly" site (14). There is a fire ring outside by the parking lot.
There is a latrine and wood piles located by both cabins to be used for the wood burning stoves.
Reservations and Fees (Forms can be found in the menu to the right)
Advance reservations and fees are required. The Sioux Council charges units $1.00 per camper per weekend. Fees are double for non-Scout groups and out-of-council units. Please submit fees with application or be sure your unit account has adequate funds. Absolutely No reservations will be taken over the phone or e-mail without a filled out reservation form.
Refund Policy: A cancellation less than 60 days in advance will result in only a 50% reduction of fees based on the number of persons reserved.