Chief Logan Reservation is nestled among the rolling hills of southeastern Ohio, about 20 miles southeast of Chillicothe and five miles north of Route 35. Chief Logan Reservation is one of Simon Kenton Council’s most rustic camps. This picturesque scenery is framed by ridges where Simon Kenton and other frontiersmen walked and boasts over 250 acres of natural wonders. Sproat Lake, a beautiful, spring-fed twelve acre lake, is perfect for boating and swimming. There is also a beaver pond that supports a variety of roaming wildlife and a gorgeous wetland plant life, including willows, and bald cypress trees.
Chief Logan Scout Reservation is dedicated to continuing the strong history of a youth focused program and preserving the tradition of Chief Logan Reservation.
Chief Logan Reservation includes plenty of tent camp sites, newer dining hall, archery and rifle ranges, cabins that can hold 20+ people, a brand new climbing wall and beautiful scenery with hiking trails.
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.
3600 Scout Camp Road, Ray, Ohio
The camp is located approximately 5 miles off of U.S. Highway 35 between Chillicothe and Jackson, Ohio. If you are
approaching from the west (via Chillicothe) exit left onto Elam Road. After 1 ½ miles and turning onto Bronx Corners
Road, turn left onto Boy Scout Road. If you are approaching from the east (via Jackson), exit right onto Bronx
Corners Road. After ½ mile, turn right onto Boy Scout Road. Once on Boy Scout Road, travel 2 ½ miles, and the road
ends at John W. Barbee Road. Turn left onto John W. Barbee Road and proceed 1.2 miles to a hairpin turn. Stay to the
right through the hairpin, and cautiously proceed another 1 ½ miles to the camp gateway. The parking lot is straight
ahead past the Ranger’s residence.
Information coming soon…