The C.W. Post Memorial Scout Ranch, the closest of our summer camp options and a popular camping and training destination throughout the entire year, is nestled between rugged ravines and scenic hiking trails at the edge of the West Texas Caprock system. It features a wide variety of facilities with a unifying and scenic Western adventure theme. It has a newly renovated dining hall, a swimming pool, modern showers and training facilities. In the summer the camp boasts a horsemanship program, and year round our high and low ropes course is avalable for Scouts and community members alike to hone leadership and teamwork skills.
Plenty of outdoor adventure is available here in climbing and rappelling, mountain biking, short-range hiking, archery (including a new 3-D archery range) and shooting sports, including an NRA-approved rifle range, Shotgun shooting facilities, and a Western-themed BB range for younger Scouts.
This well-equipped camp also offers aquatic excitement through canoeing, kayaking, and swimming.
Camp Post is also home of Commissioner's Corner, a highly praised First Class Emphasis program. This feature makes it a great place to bring your beginning Scout for a good start in the outdoors. Scouts of all ages can enjoy an ice cream or snack at our western-themed Mercantile Building or visit our Blacksmith Shop for a look at old-time livestock care.
The rugged scenery of the Caprock provides a beautiful backdrop for higher-adventure exploration and hiking. The facilities of Camp Post are suitable for use by units at all levels, and the large, rugged site provides plenty of challenge for more advanced units.
Evening campfires at our newly constructed amphitheater-style Council Ring always provide a memorable highlight of summer camp.
You can explore the wide range of facilities available in our Camp Post Map. Need more detail? Try this topographic map link or the aerial view at this link.
More information about summer camping at Camp Post is also available in our Camp Post Leaders Guide.
Please also check out our detailed guide to Summer Camp Preparation and Resources.
Camp Post Schedule 2013
Boy Scout Camporee:
Spring Cub Camp:
Staff Training Week
June 3-8, 2013
June 9-15, 2013
June 16 - 22, 2012
Fall Cub Camp
COPE Course (Ropes Course):
contact us at the South Plains Council office to sign up your unit!
When the time comes to travel to your camp adventure, here's a map of how to get there.
Wake up to sunrise at Camp Post ... a beautiful sight!