Cradle of Liberty Council, BSA owns and operates Musser Scout Reservation and Resica Falls Scout Reservation for use by Packs, Troops, Crews, and Ships for weekend camping and events.
Cub Scout Approved Camping Locations
Scroll to the bottom of this page to see the latest information about council-approved Cub Scout camping locations.
Scouting units can rent canoes from both Musser and Resica Falls for use off-property. Contact Camping with any questions or to schedule your rental.
Resica Falls Scout Reservation
Situated in the beautiful Pocono Mountains, Resica Falls Scout Reservation is a 4200+ acre Scouting Paradise. Set in what seems like an endless track of mountain trails, clear streams, and waterfalls is an amazing program of activities for Scouts to enjoy for their summer camp experience.
The Musser Scout Reservation is located along the Unami Creek on over 1,400 acres of Marlborough Township, Pennsylvania. It is part of the largest contiguous forest in Southeastern Pennsylvania. It now includes Camp Hart, Camp Delmont and Camp Garrison.
You may cancel up to 60 days prior to your reservation and receive a full refund. Any cancellations made within 60 days of your stay will be refunded 75% unless the facility is re-booked. If the facility is re-booked, a full refund will be made.
In the event camp must be closed due to inclement weather, a full refund will be issued.
Approved Cub Scout Camping Locations
Cub Scout camping is an excellent activity for all Packs. It is an essential
component of delivering the promise of Scouting to your members young
and old. Cub Camping is to be introductory in nature to all Cub Scouting
Participants. To achieve this goal, camping should occur a relatively short
distance from each Pack’s meeting place at a location that is familiar to the
leaders of the campout and takes into account the skill level of all
The guide to safe scouting limits Cub Scout camping to council designated
locations. To meet this need, the The Cradle of Liberty Council Camping
Committee has approved the following sites for Cub Scouts to camp:
• BSA Council-owned camps and programs
• State and County Parks located within the Delaware Valley
• Overnight stays at established museums and sport facilities that are
designated program partners and organizations that advertise
though our program calendar. These include: the Battleship New
Jersey, Camden Aquarium, Franklin Institute, Reading Phillies,
Beach Jam, etc.
Additionally, the following facilities have been reviewed and approved by our
Camping Committee as acceptable for Cub Pack Camping:
• Troop 108 Campground in East Greenville
• Alverthorpe Park, Abington Township Park
Approvals are based on general requirements and do not represent an
endorsement to utilize that facility. Facilities described and listed are
generally acceptable for pack camping but each unit needs to review the
facility in light of the needs and skill levels of your Pack’s participants.