Cary Camp has a wide variety of different facilities. These include:
Cary Camp has four campsites, each with running water, sanitary facilities, and picnic tables under a permanent shelter roof. For more details, please see the campsites page.
Cary Camp has three cabins on the property: Tecumseh Lodge, Shawnee cabin, and Sioux cabin. For more details, please see the cabins page.
There are six shelter houses at Cary Camp. All of them are wired for electricity, and some of them have other amenities as well. For more details, please see the shelters page.
McAllister Scouting Center has large and small meeting rooms, a commercial kitchen, and a set of training rooms with audiovisual capabilities. For more details, please see the McAllister Scouting Center page.
Trading Post/Health Lodge
Located just north of the McAllister Scouting Center is the Trading Post/Health Lodge building. For more details, please see the Trading Post / Health Lodge page.
Recreational Facilities and Equipment
Cary Camp has a swimming pool, a rifle range, a BB range, an archery range, a bouldering wall, miles of trails, and other recreational facilities available. For more details, please see the recreational facilities page.
Located in the midst of the campsites, the Council Ring is where we have our evening campfires. The scouts tell stories and jokes, and perform skits for each other.
Cary Camp has an outdoor chapel located in the center of the camp. For more details, please see the chapel page.
Cary Camp also has a number of support facilities - warehouses, storeroom, and the on-site Ranger's home. Note that these facilities are not for rent, but are included here for completeness. Visitors and campers should not enter them without permisison from the Ranger.