Camp Sycamore Valley

Camp Sycamore Valley consists of 160 acres of land in Tippecanoe County on SR 26, 7.5 miles east of Lafayette, IN on Wildcat Creek.  The camp is located approximately 58 miles northwest of the Indianapolis service center.

Camp Sycamore Valley offerings

Troop cabin: The heated troop cabin is located at the bottom of the hill (sleeps 30 people). Main floor: room with tables and chairs, a fireplace, and a modern kitchen. Kitchen: range, oven, refrigerator/freezer, microwave, sink (pots and pans, plates, eating utensils are not provided) and a restroom w/o shower. Upstairs: loft-style sleeping area where girls sleep on the carpeted floor in sleeping bags on mattresses (mattresses are provided). Cubby holes are provided for storage of clothing and gear. An outdoor fire ring is available at the cabin. Available year-round with air conditioning for the summer and heat for the winter.

Unit I - A frames: Unit I is located on the slope to the east of the lodge (sleeps 20 people). It has four A-frame cabins, each with 4 cots and mattresses. This unit also has portable restroom facilities with washstand, a fire ring, shelter with fireplace, tables, benches, and electricity. Water is usually available April 1-October 31 (depending on weather/temperature).        

Unit II - Eagles Nest on stilts: Unit II is located directly south of the troop cabin (sleeps 24 people). This unit has a fire ring, shelter with electricity, fireplace, tables and benches, portable restroom facility, and a washstand. It has five Eagles Nest cabins on stilts (stairs leading up and a fire pole), including one that is handicap accessible w/ramp, with cots or bunk beds and mattresses.  Water is usually available April 1- October 31 (depending upon weather/temperature).

Graham Hall: Sleeps 10 people. Includes heat, A/C, and water for year-round use. Consists of: small kitchenette with a mini fridge, microwave, mini convection oven, and small sink; 4 bunk beds; 2 single beds; single restroom w/shower. No Fire ring.

Lodge with or without kitchen: The Lodge inclues a dining area available to seat up to 100 people and institutional-style kitchen .  The lower level of the Lodge also includes a shower room with 8 shower stalls (one handicapped accessible), craft room, and 2 modern restrooms.  No heat or water in winter.  Water is usually available April 1- October 31 (depending upon weather/temperature).

Primitive camping site: Has portable restroom facilities, wash stand, shelter, and fire ring.