Located in the heart of Appalachia in beautiful Dunmore, WV, Buckskin Scout Reservation sits on 2000 acres that borders the Greenbrier River, Seneca State Forest, and National Forrest land. The Allegheny Trail crosses the property along with other hiking trails, and a 17 acre lake sits in the middle of camp. The camp offers a multitude of programs for Scouts of all ages. BSR is only a short drive from Mount Hope, WV, the new site for National Jamboree and High Adventure Base. Buckskin Scout Reservation offers many of the same High Adventure Activities that will eventually be part of the program at the Summit.
BSR Donations and Service Needs
BSR currently has the following needs:
Experienced mason to repair the flagpole area
Experienced electrician to support the West Virginia National Guard’s work to extend electricity in the staff row, scoutcraft and waterfront areas
Metal roofing materials
Lumber and construction supplies
Hand and power tools (chainsaw, circular saw, table saw, cordless drills)
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Buckskin Scout Reservation (Dilleys Mill) directions.
Take I-64 to White Sulfur Springs Exit. Turn left at base of exit. Go to stop sign turn right. Go straight through White Sulfur Springs to Rt. 92. Turn left on to Rt. 92, go to the end. Turn left on to Rt. 39. Follow Rt. 39 through Mini Ha Ha Springs and Huntersville. Just after passing through Huntersville, turn right on to Rt. 28. Go 5 to 7 miles and camp will be on the right sign reads, “Buckskin Scout Reservation”. Fallow the drive entrance to the right, to the office and parking area.
Google maps get directions by searching: “Buckskin Scout Reservation, Marlinton, WV
Call the Scout Service Center for more information.