Treasure Valley Scout Reservation is a 1600 acre Scout camp in the Massachusetts towns of Rutland, Spencer, Oakham, and Paxton. It is operated by the Heart of New England Council (product of the 2018 merger of Mohegan Council and Nashua Valley Council).
* The reservation map was created by Chris Paquin from Pack 106.
Treasure Valley is home in summer to the Mohegan Council's camps:
Boy Scout Camp (troop, provisional resident and provisonal day)
Webelos Resident Camp
Cub Scout Day Camp.
The rest of the year, for weekend camping, Treasure Valley offers cabins, platform tent sites, leave no trace sites, adirondack shelters and open fields, providing perfect settings for any camping event.
All visitors arriving by car enter through the main gate. Except for certain large events (when posted), visitors stop at the King Cottage (first building on the left) to check in with the campmaster. During summer camp, the Magee Cabin serves as the camp office.
Treasure Valley is divided into an East Camp and a West Camp. The Magee building is located in the East Camp. The West camp is accessed by turning right at the Magee building onto Snake River Road.
The Midstate Trail runs through Treasure Valley, making it a backpacking destination or trailhead as well.
Page updated 8/5/18