Located 11 miles north of Newark, Ohio, Camp falling Rock sits on more than 600 acres of land with rolling hardwood forests, streams and waterfalls, and scenic meadows. Large rock formations provide a beautiful backdrop to a historic covered bridge.
Camp Falling Rock’s facilities include: A large Dining Hall, plenty of lodges and tent camping sites, a pool, a rifle range, a climbing tower and an activity field.
All of Simon Kenton Council camps offer year-round camping experiences for individual Scout units, families, organizations and businesses. We offer buildings and space of various sizes to accommodate your needs. Let us know if you need help finding a space that works for you or would like programming provided for your group at an extra fee.
The link above is not intended for Boy Scout Summer Camp site savers.
12637 Houdeshell Rd, Newark, OH
Take either St. Rt. 161 or St. Rt. 16 east to Newark. Turn north on St. Rt. 79. Go approximately 11 miles on St. Rt.
79 until you reach Township Road 210 (Rocky Fork Road). At the intersection of St. Rt. 79 and Township Road 210
there is a white barn and a sign for Camp Falling Rock. Turn left onto Township Road 210, follow this to Houdeshell
Road. Turn left and proceed on it to the camp entrance.
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