Welcome to the Great Outdoors!

Camp Fleischmann is much more than camping. It’s a place to build character, build teamwork skills, and grow as a leader.

Located at the base of the Cascade Mountains near Mount Lassen Volcanic Park in Northern California, Camp Fleischmann offers a full scouting program, outdoor adventure, and plenty of fun. It sits on the shore of beautiful Fleischmann Lake, which is fed by a hot spring making water temperatures perfect for summer day swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding, and more.

ACTION FOR EVERYONE
Experience a variety of activities, from aquatics to shooting sports to environmental studies to climbing. The Scout Handbook comes alive at our commissioner sites where you learn essential camping and everyday life skills. High Adventure additions offer something new and challenging for everyone.
 
FANTASTIC FOOD
Camp Fleischmann boasts serving up tasty meals provided by a specialized catering company. The company is experienced in camp cooking to create delicious eats that fuel your adventures.
 
WE’RE MAKING HISTORY
Camp Fleischmann is now open to girl troops and boy troops. Get ready for some serious Fleischmann fun!
 
 

Scout Equipment Checklist

Here is a list of personal equipment for an enjoyable experience at Camp Fleischmann. We recommend your name and Troop number be marked on all clothing and equipment. Lost and found is cleaned out each week.

The Scout Uniform is worn for retreat, evening meal and closing ceremony. The rest of the time, you will wear shorts and T-shirt and closed toed shoes. Pack accordingly. Please do not bring t-shirts bearing inappropriate messages.

Check out the full list here.

 

How to get to Camp Fleischmann

Camp Fleischmann is located eight miles north of Chester, CA. (approximately 2½ hours northwest of Reno, NV, 133 miles)

Take Route 395 North from Reno towards Susanville, CA. Take Highway 36 into Susanville and continue to Chester CA on Highway 36.

On the East side of Chester turn right (NW) onto Feather River Drive. Go .6 miles and turn right at the sign that says Juniper Lake. Follow the paved road 5.4 miles to the end of the pavement. Take the left fork for 1 mile, turn right at the “+” in the road and follow the Boy Scout signs 1 mile to Camp Fleischmann.

GPS Coordinates:
40.23.437 N        
121.17.870 W
 
 

Parking at Camp

All vehicles must display a “Camp Fleischmann Parking Permit”, provided by the Commissioner, listing the Troop number and camp site should we need to contact the owner during the week.

All vehicles must park in designated parking lots and be backed in. Vehicles not parked in accordance with Camp Fleischmann and Forest Service regulations are subject to removal from camp. Parking will be in the lots behind Juniper Creek, Thunderbird, and south end of lake. Scouts are not to park in the Service Lot by the camp office area. The service lot is reserved for daily visitors, check-in, emergency and service vehicles, and handicapped parking.

 

Emergencies and Emergency Procedure

EMERGENCY CONTACT
If someone needs to contact a camper in the event of an emergency, contact the Council Service Center at 775-787-1111 and a message will be given to the requested party as soon as possible. Cell phones do work sometimes, depending on where you are standing in camp and your wireless carrier, outgoing emergency calls can be placed from camp without delay.
 
IN CASE OF A CAMP EMERGENCY
The camp siren will be sounded, When the siren is sounded, everyone is to proceed immediately to the parade grounds and await further instructions and direction from the camp staff. You will line up with your troop for roll call. When you hear the siren you must go. There are no drills.
 
 

Central Kitchen and Special Dietary Needs

Our kitchen serves three meals a day. Scouts will dine under our al fresco dining hall or on our redwood deck and adjacent tables. We serve delicious home cooked meals.

If there are Scouts or leaders that require special dietary needs, please contact the Nevada Area Council office by email to: linda.brant@scouting.org 2 weeks before attending camp so our kitchen staff can make preparations. Please note on your medical form any allergies.

 

Visitors

Parents and friends are always welcome at camp to look around and see what the Scouts are up to. While visitors are welcome any time, we suggest certain times over others as they coincide with camp activities that would allow visitors to see some special activities.

We require all visitors to check in upon arrival at the camp office and check out before departure.

Visitors are welcome to purchase meal tickets at the camp office.

Breakfast and lunch tickets: $6
Dinner ticket: $8
Full-day ticket: $20

Visitors who wish to participate in camp and overnight visitors of less than 48 hours must have Medical forms parts A and B completed. Participation will be subject to pre-scheduled programs and events.

Please be advised that pets are not permitted in camp.


For questions, please contact Linda at 775-787-1111 or e-mail:  CF@nevadabsa.org