Camp Baker is 375 acres of heavily wooded land leased from the Army Corps of Engineers. Located on the northeast side of the juncture of the Albemarle Chesapeake Canal and Centerville Turnpike, in Chesapeake, Virginia, Camp Baker is open for short-term camping. Many scouting activities such as camping, hiking, pioneering, wilderness survival, nature, and bird study can be conducted here.
Thanks to the Associated General Contractors, the camp includes an activity shelter and latrines. Campers will need to supply their own water. It’s a great place to
bring your troop and get “back to the basics.”
Camp Moonyah ( Info Sheet )
Camp Moonyah is 37 acres of densely wooded land leased from the Army Corps of Engineers. Located at the end of Greenwing Drive on a point of land along the south side of the Gilmerton Deep Creek Canal and along the north side of Deep Creek in Chesapeake, Virginia, Camp Moonyah is a great place for primitive camping. For over 50 years Tidewater Council Scouts have enjoyed the convenience of Camp Moonyah for working on camping skills, advancements and just enjoying time around a campfire. Campers will need to supply their own water.