Brown Memorial Camp
Brown Memorial Camp
Brown Memorial Camp
Brown Memorial Camp
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What is Brown Memorial Camp?

In 1919, Cleyson L. Brown gave 40 acres of the Brown Memorial Park to the Boy Scouts of America, so that Scouting could grow in Dickinson County. Since 1927, the camp has expanded and provided thousands of youth the opportunity to experience the adventures of camping.

Camp Brown is the setting for many of our events including Cub Adventure Camp, Cub Resident Camp, Cub Scout weekend events, and Scout BSA weekend events.

Brown Memorial Camp Activities

From engaging outdoor adventures to skill-building challenges, Camp Brown provides youth an opportunity to explore, learn, and forge lasting connections with nature and fellow scouts. Whether honing leadership skills, embracing teamwork, or simply reveling in the joy of the outdoors, our camp promises an enriching experience for every participant.

Climbing Tower
Shooting Sports
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Brown Memorial Camp Utilites

From comfortable lodging to convenient amenities, our camp is a versatile destination suitable for both scouting adventures and family retreats. Explore the beauty of nature while enjoying the ease and comfort of our well-appointed facilities, creating an experience that caters to a variety of tastes and preferences.

Tech Center
Shower House
Fishing Platform
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Camp Information

Camp Stewards

Giving thanks to those who make Camp Brown events possible. 

2023 Donors

Monty Hole
Clayton Frakes
George Taplin

2023 Projects

Dining Hall Kitchen Upgrades
Walk in Cooler Upgrades