Each of the Indian Nations Council's camps has something special to offer your group. Start by clicking the INC Camps menu to see what is available for your outdoor adventure.
All Cub Scout packs, Boy Scout troops, and Venture crews can utilize the camps for hiking, camping, fishing, and a variety of other activities.
Non-Scout groups (i.e. groups not representing registered individuals in the Boy Scouts of America) may want to consider utilizing our camps for their next retreat or camping adventure. Several types of indoor facilities are available as well as rustic campsites.
Graves Scout Reservation
Located on 275 acres in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, Camp Robson, with large pavilions throughout the property and great views of the lake, is the perfect location for Cub Scout and Webelos Day Camp as well as family picnics or Troop outings. The Jack Graves Outdoor Education Center and Outer Limits is an experiential-based learning program, which includes a variety of team-building activities that youth and adults utilize on a year-round basis. The Outer Limits is equipped with 30 high elements and many low team-building elements designed to meet the goals and objectives of youth as well as corporate teams.
Zink Scout Ranch
Babbitt Cub World at Zink Scout Ranch and Jack Zink High Adventure Base (ZBASE) are located about 30 minutes outside of Tulsa, Oklahoma at Skiatook Lake. Babbitt Cub World is a family program area for Cub Scout-aged boy and their families. Themed program areas are available for creative and adventurous weekend campouts as well as at-risk youth programs. Zink Scout Ranch has been the location for many Council Camporees, Webelos Residents Camps, Order of the Arrow events and large District events throughout the year. Thousand of Cub Scouts have had their first camping experience at Babbitt Cub World at Zink Scout Ranch. ZBASE is a premier high adventure base for the surrounding area.
Mabee Scout Reservation
The Mabee Scout Reservation, is 600 wooded acres of camping property located five miles south of Locust Grove, Oklahoma. Nestled along the banks of Spring Creek, the camp proves to be a perfect setting for large District events, training courses, Mom and Me, Dad and Lad, Webelos Woods, Troop camping, Shooting Sports, High Adventure and other weekend activities.
Cherokee Nation Scout Ranch
Camp Fred Darby at the Cherokee Nation Scout Ranch is located on 240-acres southeast of Tahlequah, Oklahoma in a hilly area on Barren Fork Creek, a tributary to the Illinois River. Troops use Camp Darby year-round for weekend camping and canoeing trips down the Illinois River. Many District Camporees and training events are hosted at Camp Darby, as well as Dad-and-Lad and Mom-and-Me programs. Scouts enjoy the natural beauty and historic feel of Camp Fred Darby.