Dripping Springs Camp Directions, Last Frontier Council, Oklahoma
ß To Elk City, OK & Texas I-40 West, Exit 71
Dripping Springs consists of 80 acres of woods, water, and wild things. A great idea for tracking, track casting, star study, compass work, fishing, or tree identification. It is a true oasis in the western Oklahoma prairie.
Listen to the night, hear the barred owls hoot as the wild coyote howls.
Camping, nature study, campcraft, and woodcraft activities are all appropriate. There is also a running creek and a fishing pond. For instructional purposed there is a covered pavilion and a teaching area. There is also a water-side chapel.
Drinking water is available at five locations, and there is one central latrine and five outlying latrines.
Adult training can be conducted inside the air-conditioned Roark Training Center equipped with electric stove, refrigerator, kitchen area, television and VCR, tables and chairs, indoor toilets, and a shower.
13 camping troop/patrol areas are available for use. USE IS NORMALLY LIMITED TO TWO UNITS PER WEEKEND.
RESERVATIONS MUST BE MADE AT LEAST TWO WEEKS IN ADVANCE WITH THE COUNCIL SERVICE CENTER. SEPARATE RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR USE OF THE ROARK TRAINING CENTER.
For more information about the camp contact the volunteer caretaker, Alvin Williams, at 580-323-1214 during the day or at 580-323-4606 at night before 9:00 PM.
Dripping Springs Reservation Form Facility Rates
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