Camp Facilities

Ingersoll Scout Reservation (ISR)

Ingersoll Scout Reservation is the perfect place to camp with your Den, Pack, Troop or even your family. Or hold a retreat for your business, church or other group.

There are facilities for all types of weather, which means you can camp out in the winter and stay warm the whole time! In the summer you can set up your tent and enjoy the fresh air, plus an amazing view of the sky.

If you are interested in using Ingersoll as your next campout or retreat location, visit the following page for more details and complete your reservation online:

Six campsites are available for tent camping:

  • Arrowhead
  • Gunflint
  • Illini
  • Musket
  • Sauk
  • Winnebago

Click here for more information and ideas for things to do while camping at ISR.   

Wilderness Counselors

Do you enjoy camping, climbing, shooting sports, STEM, or climbing and want to share your passion with Scouts throughout the W. D. Boyce Council and at Ingersoll?  The W. D. Boyce Council’s Outdoor Program Committee is the group for you!  The OPC is a group of program-specific sub-committees that specialize in activities like Shooting Sports, Climbing, Aquatics, STEM, Scout Skills and more to help run program and training, work on creating new programs, and train the ISR Summer Camp Staff.   Check out some of the projects that Wilderness Counselors have worked on at  If you would like to join the Outdoor Program Committee contact Collin Martis at 309-673-6136 ext 128. 

Ingersoll Scout Reservation
33 Knox Road, 650 E.
London Mills, IL 61544
309-673-6136 (Peoria Scout Service Center)

 Cache Lake (Canada)

Cache Lake Camp is a Boy Scout camp owned by the W. D. Boyce Council, in Ontario, Canada. The camp is located 670 miles north of Bloomington, Illinois, approximately 8 miles via water, northeast of Crane Lake, Minnesota. This camping opportunity was started in 1963 – with all of the start-up and annual maintenance work conducted by dedicated volunteers.