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Reservation Facilities

This floor is full of the facilities that have made Horseshoe Scout Reservation memorable for all who have camped there.

Room Map

Camp Ware consists of a number of buildings that are instrumental in delivering the quality program that we all have come to expect.  Some of the structures have been around since the Explorer Base was founded, but many of the large structures have been added in the last decade.  Step into this room to learn more about each building's unique purpose and history. 

Chester County Council has always vowed to make camping at Camp Ware a positive  outdoor experience.  In this room you will find the history of the outdoor facilities that been delivering on that promise.

Camp Horseshoe consists of a number of buildings that are instrumental in delivering the quality program that we all have come to expect.  Some of the structures predate the Camp while others have been added in the last decade.  Step into this room to learn more about each building's unique purpose and history. 
Chester County Council has always vowed to make camping at Camp Horseshoe a positive outdoor experience.  In this room you will find the history of the outdoor facilities that been delivering on that promise.

A mixture of adirondacks, cabins and tent sites, Horseshoe Scout Reservation has something for everyone. Since 1928, many campsites have been added and the occasional few taken away by the elements, but each is the bedrock by which the troop and patrol program flourishes.  Come and experience memories from the many campsites that are home for a few thousand Scouts each summer. 

When digging into what makes Horseshoe Scout Reservation that wonderful experience that we all remember, one should not forget the supporting infrastructure that is often overlooked.