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.
More than $1.5 million has been spent on new facilities and other camp improvements since 2014. Improvements include: shower house in campsite, fishing area, parking area, shooting sports facilities, 5 heated and cooled cabins, technology center, ranger's residence, ball fields, campsite improvements, bmx course, council ring renovation, and a new Cub Scout shooting sports complex.
Camp Brown is the setting for many of our events including Cub Adventure Camp, Cub Resident Camp, Chuckwagon Skills Day, and Christmas on the Prairie.
Camp Brown is available for organizations or groups to rent and is open year round.
Click HERE to make a reservation at Camp Brown.