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
  • 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
  • CLICK HERE for instructions on reservation/rental
  • 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 get our council's Short Term Camping Permit. Complete it and return it to our council's office at least 14 days before your trip, along with any forms and fees reserving program areas.

CLICK HERE to see which dates are available 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