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Warner Scout Reservation

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Warner Scout Reservation
Warner Scout Reservation
Location 2109 Co Rd 59, Prattville, AL 36067
Founded 2000
Website
http://camptuk.org/

Warner Scout Reservation (AKA: Camp Tuk), operated by Tukabatchee Area Council ( BSA) is home to major boy scout facilities

  • Camp Tukabatchee - Boy Scout Summer Camp
  • Camp Dexter Webbs - Cub Scout Camping

Camp Tukabatchee

Camp Tuk is one of two scout camps located on the 1000-acre Warner Scout Reservation a modern lakefront scouting facility in Autauga County, Alabama. It first opened in the summer of 2000.

Facilities include:

  • 50-acre recreational lake for swimming, sailing, and fishing
  • C.O.P.E course and climbing/rappelling wall
  • The Dawson Environmental Trail
  • shooting sports center
  • mountain biking course
  • handicraft center
  • Scoutcraft center
  • nature and environmental centers.


Camp Dexter Hobbs

Camp Dexter C. Hobbs is on the site of the old Camp Tukabatchee (1950-1999). From 1999 to 2005 the old camp was transformed into a Cub Scout and family camp. Visit the large pavillion and several sleeping cabins.

  • Webelow II Camporee = Camp Hobbs is home to the annual Webelos resident camp each summer, used for Arrow of Light Advancement. Be a part of the Camporee designed just for WE-BELOS II Scouts. You will have fun camping “Patrol Style” right along side of Boy Scouts. You will see what it is to really be a Boy Scout learning Pioneering Skills, Fire Building, Navigation, Patrol Cooking and much more.