There are several types of facility available at Treasure Valley Scout Reservation.
Each platform tent site includes several tent platforms (each sized for either a 2-bunk or 3-bunk tent), hard shelter with picnic tables (called a pavillion at other camps), latrine, fire pit and flag pole. Tents are set up on the platforms only during the summer, and capacities listed are for those tents. All of the platform tent sites are located in the East Camp. In the off-season, only the pit toilets can be used as the water is shut off throughout the camp.
|Site Name||Capacity (# people)||Latrine Type|
|Staff Central||Flush (at shower house)|
Arrow is now a program area and not available for camping.
Proctor is not currently available for camping.
Each leave no trace tent site includes a fire pit. In some cases, the ruins of a latrine are visible. These sites are located in the West Camp, just off the Midstate Trail.
The Adirondack shelters are three-sided structures with a roof. Six Adirondack shelters are available for rental. Each sleeps 6-8 people and has a fireplace right outside the structure.
A few larger fields are available for jamboree style events. Event organizers should arrange for portable toilets. Digging is prohibited in these areas.
Boonesville Plains* - Adjacent to Browning Pond in East Camp.
North Field - Located about a 15 minute hike off Snake River Road along a cart trail. The field is approximately twenty by fifty yards and has one fire pit. A stream confluence is located about fifty yards away.
Jamboree Field* - Next to the Treasure Valley entrance.
Activity Field* - Near Browning Pond in West Camp.
Fires are only permitted off the ground in these areas.
Page updated 6/20/11.