Since 1961, Spanish Trail Scout Reservation (STSR) has served the scouts of the Gulf Coast Council, BSA. With over 1400 acres, STSR is one of the largest camps in the southeast. It offers a full range of facilities: a 40-acre lake for swimming, canoeing, and fishing; a dining hall; and numerous places to camp.
In addition to being available for scout groups, STSR is used on a year-round basis for Cub Scout Activities, Webelos Weekends, Family Camps, Woodbadge, District Camporees, and of course, Summer Camp.
To learn more about Spanish Trail Scout Reservation, visit gulfcoastcouncil.org/our-camp
Rainwater Lodge Dining Hall
The Rainwater Lodge Dining Hall is named in honor of the Rainwater family.
Stone FireplacesThe Rainwater Lodge Dining Hall features two large stone fireplaces. The stone was originally used as ballast rock for trade ships coming in and out of the nearby ports.