Camp Facilities

Boxwell Reservation

1260 Creighton Lane Lebanon, TN 37087

Literally hundreds of thousands of Scouts of all ages have enjoyed summer and winter camp at Boxwell Reservation on Old Hickory Lake in Wilson County since 1959.


Its beautiful location features rolling hills with numerous campsites and hiking trails over more than 1,100 acres. The surrounding waters are excellent for swimming, canoeing, fishing and other activities. Recently renovated, Boxwell Reservation is nationally accredited with an "A" rating and is one of the premier camps in the South.

To reserve your site or check availability of Boxwell please CLICK HERE

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Latimer Reservation is open to Boy Scout, Girl Scout, Church, School and Corporate Groups. Designed for teen and adult outdoor adventurers. Latimer provides programs of Climbing/Rappelling, Shooting Sports, Mountain Biking, Kayak/Paddle Board, Whitewater Rafting and Backpacking for first time explorers, aspiring enthusiasts, and serious experts.

For more information on Latimer Reservation CLICK HERE

Grimes Canoe Base

767 Boy Scout Rd Linden, TN 37096

With access to over 110 miles of water, Grimes Canoe Base allows Scouts over the age of eight to canoe and camp along the Buffalo River. Located on Highway 13 in Perry County near the town of Flatwoods, Grimes offers campsites with two-person tents including cots. Showers and bathrooms are also available, along with a Trading Post for snacks, T-shirts, and patches.

Grimes is open yearly from April 1 through November 1. Nearly 300 Scouts, leaders and family members can be accommodated on the river each day.

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Parish Reservation

400 Tubb Lane Walling, TN 38587

Located in Rock Island, Charles E. Parish Reservation is available for Troops to use for weekend camping, camporees, fun days, overnighters, and other events. There are two showerhouse/dry pit toilet combinations for use by all Troops, plus plenty of water available at several taps throughout the camp. 

The reservation also features a multi-purpose building, the Walling Lodge, with electricity for night meetings, roundtables,trading post etc. The Camping Committee has agreed to permit camping in the lodge from November through February in order to assist Troops and Webelos Dens that may not have adequate equipment. 

To reserve your site or check availability or Parish Reservation please contact us at camping@mtcbsa.org

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Volunteer your time at Camp

Camp Conservation

Take Pride in our facilities help us with some year-round projects.

Beaver Day is designed for Volunteers to help and give back to our camp, so that we can continue the legacy of the Mid-dle Tennessee Council for our Scouters and Families at Boxwell Reservation. Boxwell is in need of all your help to get ready for Summer Camp, Spring Camporees, Cub and Families and more.


We are needing Volunteers of all ages and skills to give their time and knowledge back to Boxwell; to continue to provide a program for our youth and adults, and provide a stage to make everlasting memories in Scouting. Boxwell is still the Premier Scout Camp in the Southern Region and we need to continue that tradition.

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Jet Potter Scout Service Center

3414 Hillsboro Pike * Nashville, TN 37215 * (P) 615-383-9724(F) 615-297-9916