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Camping
Cabins-Adirondacks-Tent Sites
Zoar Valley 
Trail

Schoenbrunn to Ft. Laurens
Zoarville
Station Bridge

Preservation & Restoration

Camping at Tuscazoar

As a camp for youth groups, and catering strongly to organized Scouting, Camp Tuscazoar has a large set of facilities to meet many types of group needs and challenges. Groups can attend our organized events or arrange their own outings, and will find our camp accommodating and inviting. Please read our Camp Rules of Use and click to view a map of Camp Tuscazoar. To make camping reservations, visit our camping reservations page.

Primitive Camping

Camp Tuscazoar's wilderness provides wonderful primitive areas, some with clearings, and one with a shelter. Tent sites dot the main camp.

Cabin Camping

With a variety of cabins and lodges of different sizes, with fireplaces and electricity and drinking water nearby, Camp Tuscazoar has housing for camping and programs. These are available to appropriate groups for a fee and with restrictions. ...just contact us to request more information.

R.V. Park

If you have a camper or recreational vehicle, now you have a place to stay. Camp Tuscazoar has opened an R.V. park, offering another alternative for spending time in the outdoors. The park is located across from the camp entrance, near the Stone Lodge. Sites are available for daily, weekly or long-term rental. 

Organized Group Camping / Events

By reserving multiple cabins or sites, and with the availability of large Kimble Dining Hall, groups can make arrangements for weekend events through the Foundation. Several latrines have been constructed throughout camp to improve our facilities. A shower house stands near Keppler Lodge, and it was fully renovated in 1998. An open air Amphitheater provides wonderful outdoor staging for skits and sing-a-longs, meetings or ceremonies. Tom's Chapel is a beautiful sheltered place for worship nestled on a wooded hillside. Once again, contact us to find out more.

W. C. Moorhead Museum

Constructed as the result of a generous bequest from Trustee Emeritus Cecil Moorhead's estate, the W. C. Moorhead Museum houses many exhibits of Camp Tuscazoar's history and items donated by friends of the camp. The museum also houses our Trading Post, and serves as the monthly meeting place for the Board of Trustees.

Area Attractions

A wide variety of attractions and historic locations surround Camp Tuscazoar. From historic settlements to swimming or canoeing, a host of fun and educational activities are available within a modest drive from the camp.