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Camp Reservations

Camp McKee Aerial View

From troop camping trips to corporate retreats, the beautiful Camp McKee is ready to host your next event. The camp property offer thirteen campsites, a large dining hall that seats 380, a training lodge that can support 100, and a small retreat lodge which is perfect for 20. In addition, nearly every program area is available for rent, including a high ropes course, climbing tower, hiking trails, shooting ranges, and waterfront.

McKee's rental prices are very reasonable for this type of facility and include a sizable discount to Scouting groups. The camp rules and a table of fees can be found here. The reservation form for Scouting groups can be found here, and the reservation form for non-Scouting groups can be found here.

Before submitting a reservation form, please check the current reservations list to ensure that the facility you want to reserve is available. Once your reservation is processed, it will appear on the current reservations list. You can confirm that your reservation was processed simply by checking the list—we don't send email confirmations.

Please note that the use of certain program areas requires the presence of BSA-approved personnel. For the low COPE course, high ropes course, and climbing tower, a BSA National Camping School (NCS) approved COPE or climbing director (Level II) must be present. For the shooting ranges, an NRA or BSA approved range safety officer must be present. For the waterfront, a BSA Lifeguard and an adult (21+) with Aquatics Supervision training must be present. All personnel must show their certification card to the camp ranger before operating any camp facilities.

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The Blue Grass Council receives support from the Cumberland Trails United Way, United Way of Franklin County, United Way of South Central Kentucky, and United Way of South Eastern Kentucky.

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