Whether you’re looking for a weekend Camporee site or a simple day trip for your Troop, we’re happy to work with you to meet the needs of your scouts! We offer a number of different sites and programs that can give your scouts an introduction to camping or a backcountry experience. We have miles of hiking trails, multiple fire circles in many of our tenting areas, and a bathhouse and cabin group that is ideal for complying with Youth Protection Guidelines. Let us know the needs of your unit, and we’ll do our very best to serve you!
Weekend Cub Scout Troop Package One (10 Scout Minimum): [CLICK HERE]
This package includes one or two nights of lodging and two hours of programming. Programming options include low ropes, nature classes, canoes, archery, or hayrides.
Cost: The cost for this overnight package is $20.00 per scout for tent camping and $30.00 per scout for cabin camping. The cost for accompanying leaders is $7.00 per night for tent camping (Locust and Pioneer) and $11.00 per night for cabin camping.
Weekend Cub Scout Troop Package Two (10 Scout Minimum): [CLICK HERE]
This package includes two nights of lodging and four hours of programming. Programming options include challenge course with zip wire (zip is only for scouts 5th grade and up), nature classes, canoes, archery, and hayrides.
Cost: The cost for this overnight package is $35.00 per scout for tent camping and $40.00 per scout for cabin camping. The cost for accompanying leaders is $7.00 per night for tent camping (Locust and Pioneer) and $11.00 per night for cabin camping.
Basic Weekend Camporee Package (100 Person Minimum): [CLICK HERE]
This package reserves our entire large Horse Paddock camping area (including Presgrave Fields) for two nights and three days for the use of your Camporee. Camporee planners should provide a water truck, latrines, and trash service to their participants, however Highroad can provide these services for an additional fee.
Cost: The cost for this package is $5.00 per person per night (scouts and leaders)
Deluxe Weekend Camporee Package (100 Person Minimum): [CLICK HERE]
This package includes two nights of lodging in either tents or cabins, indoor activity space, one dinner, and four hours of programming. Programming options for 1st-4th grades include canoes, hayride, archery, challenge course, and nature classes. Older scouts have all of those programs available, as well as the zip line (5th grade and up), climbing wall and mountain boarding (7th grade and up). During the winter, when water is shut off to the cabins, camporee planners should provide a water truck, latrines, and trash service to their participants, however Highroad can provide these services for an additional fee.
Cost: The cost for this package is $55.00 per scout. The cost for accompanying leaders is $30.00.
Deluxe Day Camporee Package: [CLICK HERE]
This package applies to scout units that are connected to, but not staying overnight with, a camporee that is using a Deluxe Weekend Camporee Package. These prices do not apply to groups who are not connected to a camporee with the Deluxe Package. This package includes four hours of programming and one dinner provided by Highroad.
Cost: The cost for this package is $41.00 per scout and $11.00 per accompanying leader.
Frequently Asked Questions: [CLICK HERE]
What is your best camping area for scouts?
An experienced scout master recently informed us that our Locust Grove area is perfect for troop campouts because it is a dedicated group tent site with potable, running water (even during the winter), a pavilion, and multiple patrol fire rings. The Pioneer Units are ideal if you’re looking to split your troop up into different areas, as they posses three self-contained camping areas.
Can you do merit badge counseling on site?
Our Naturalist is happy to design a guided hike or nature class that will help your scouts fulfill requirements towards their nature merit badges. Simply set-up an overnight campout with a nature programming block, and then contact email@example.com to let him know what you would like to focus on.
Do you have hiking trails?
Yes, camp offers five miles of roads and hiking trails that are perfect if your troop is training for a high adventure trek like Philomont or Lenhoskin. Trail maps are available here!
What about firewood?
A load of firewood costs $25.00 per load or you can collect it from the woods. Please make sure that any firewood that your scouts collect is fully dead. Live redbuds and dogwoods don’t burn very well, as some scouts have learned in the past!
How long does it take EMS to reach your camp and what is the closest hospital?
It takes Emergency Services about five minutes to reach Highroad from Philomont, VA where they are located. The closest hospital for medical treatment, not requiring an ambulance, is the Loudoun Hospital Campus located at 224 Cornwall Street NW, Leesburg, VA 20175.
How many people can your camp hold?
Our main camp cabin area can sleep 214 in cabins and other buildings, our lodges can sleep 100, and our tent camping areas (especially the Outback and Presgrave areas used for Camporees) can hold well over 1,000. If your group exceeds these numbers, let us know and we will find a way to meet your needs!
Do you have indoor, rainy-day space?
We have multiple buildings in main camp that we use for indoor activities. Those buildings are included in the Deluxe Weekend Camporee Package and we would be happy to tell you more about them. Give us a call at 540-687-6262 to learn more.
What if we forget to “Be Prepared!”?
Whether you’re in need of a spare sleeping bag, toilet paper or help with site preparation, we pride ourselves on responding to the needs of our guests. We will bend backwards to make your camping experience excellent!