Lost Pines Scout Reservation
Admin Building: 303-0768
Wooten Lodge: 581-9897
Health Lodge: 303-7164
Commissary: 303-2176
Directions to Lost Pines: 926-6363 ext. 36

Lost Pines Boy Scout Camp 

Near Bastrop, Texas

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Map of campsites
  • Nearly 400 acres, on the northern shores of Lake Bastrop
  • Home to the tallest climbing tower in Texas, DOK’s Tower
  • Excellent Catfish and Largemouth Bass fishing
  • Some campsites located on the water
  • Drinking water and limited restrooms with showers are available
  • Not available for weekend camping in June, July or late December

Program areas

DOK’s Tower
  • $150 charge per group for full day usage (8-10 hours)
  • Must provide your own BSA certified climbing instructor
  • CLICK HERE for unit information packet
  • Must register at least one month prior to usage
  • CLICK HERE to reserve the Tower for your campout
Fishing
  • No council fee
  • Adults should have current state fishing license
Field Sports Ranges
  • CLICK HERE for Lost Pines firearms range rules
  • CLICK HERE for Lost Pines archery range rules
  • Must provide your own NRA certified instructor for firearm use
  • Must provide your own instructor for Archery use, certified by National Archery Association or BSA National Camp School
  • Archery equipment, rifles, shotguns available for rental
  • Canoes
  • Canoes may be available for use at Lost Pines
  • Check with the Campmaster or Ranger for use of canoes
  • Usage is first come, first served; cannot reserve canoes kept at camp
  • No charge for use of canoes while weekend camping at Lost Pines


To reserve campsite(s) for weekend camping:

CLICK HERE to reserve your dates at Lost Pines
  • No camping fees for Capitol Area Council units
  • Out of council units pay $5 per camper
  • Campsites are reserved on a first come, first served basis
  • All units must satisfy BSA two deep leadership standards
  • All program area fees must be paid in advance to the Capitol Area Council office