Welcome to Camp Tuscazoar
Almost 100 years ago, Camp Tuscazoar was created as a Boy Scout Camp by scouts and leaders who recognized that the beauty and history of the land offered a valuable place for boys to learn, grow and become young men. Now, as a non-profit group, the Camp Tuscazoar Foundation, Inc. owns and operates the same property in much the same way, for all the same reasons. With over 600 acres of forested hills and valleys along the banks of the Tuscarawas River, rich with Indian lore and local history, Camp Tuscazoar is Ohio's most historic camp. In rustic cabins and wilderness campsites young people can spend weekends surrounded by nature, endure the elements, explore the heritage of the pioneers who settled the lands and blazed trails, and discover the Indian wisdom of ages past. Learning to work together and to work for themselves, our campers enrich their hearts and strengthen their bodies so that, as men and women, they will remember the lessons well.
We invite you to join us as we "Keep The Spirit Burning" at Camp Tuscazoar. The Camp Tuscazoar Foundation is comprised of dedicated volunteers, many of whom were scouts that camped at Camp Tuscazoar as children or as leaders. We donate our time to maintain the camp and its facilities so that more children, like us, can grow here and carry the lessons on into life.
Our camp needs your help to "Keep the Spirit Burning" and new members are always welcomed! We survive on donations, grants and bequests, with only the goal of perpetuating the camp and its operation for use by scout groups, church groups, schools and other youth organizations. With regularly scheduled events and year-round camping we raise some funds, but donations are always encouraged and welcome!
Visit us and join in our excitement! Use the links below to learn more.
Location, Mailing Address, Hours of Operation and Phone Number
Board of Directors
History of Camp Tuscazoar
Tribute to Camp Buckeye, our sister camp