WHO ARE WE?
Settler’s Camp - Trexler Scout Reservation is located on 900+ acres of beautiful Pine-Crested land, donated by decorated war hero Harry C. Trexler in 1928.
Today, premier attributes include separate Boy Scout and Cub Scout Resident Camps, two lakes, a pool, a new fully featured Campfire Circle, one of NEPA’s Largest COPE Courses, varied Merit Badge offerings, an unrivaled Scouting Program, age-specific tailored programs for First Year Campers, and more seasoned Scouters, as well as over 25 miles of hiking, orienteering and mountain biking trails for you to explore.
With three separate ranges, a rifle, a shotgun, and an archery range, a Disk Golf Course, a massive Gaga Ball Pit, eight program areas filled with activities, a Music and Arts Program, a Trade Skill Based Program area titled “This Old Camp”, a fully stocked Waterfront, a Whitewater Program, and a premier C.O.P.E. Course, there is much to experience during your week here at Camp!