Welcome to Kerr Scout Ranch at Slippery Falls, the premier Boy Scout camp of the Last Frontier Council. Located on the pristine spring-fed Pennington Creek, Slippery Falls is near the town of Tishomingo in the heart of the Chickasaw Nation of south-central Oklahoma.
The first summer camp was held at Slippery Falls in 1967. We will celebrate our 50th Anniversary in the summer of 2017 with weekly campfires, time capsules, and special recognition of troops attending camp each week. Scoutmasters and Senior Patrol Leaders reserving a campsite by December 31, 2016 will receive a limited edition gold 50th anniversary patch.
Campsites are open for reservation for all troops. To reserve a campsite for summer 2017, complete the Campsite Reservation Form (161 kB Adobe Acrobat .pdf) and submit it to the Last Frontier Council office.
Slippery Falls uses an online registration system for merit badges and programs. Units up to date on payments may register for merit badges beginning March 1, 2017. Access the site here.
Print our informational flyers to hand out to your troop and parents. Encourage all of your Scouts to attend summer camp!
Download a map of the main part of camp to prepare for your explorations!
We have also produced a detailed topographic map for orienteering and detailed explorations. It is 11" x 17" but you can scale it down and print it on smaller paper.
Four buildings include two air-conditioned dining halls, a cookhouse, and a headquarters building. The headquarters includes the camp office, health lodge, trading post, and two technology merit badge rooms.
"Best camp food ever. Really good quality, taste, and variety." -Troop 310
Watch a video about the new Chesapeake Energy Camp Center below:
With over $4 million in completed improvements, Slippery Falls continues to improve service to Scouts and volunteers. The Last Frontier Council volunteer board decided to re-dedicate the camp with a name change in 2013. View the video and the story behind the name change. Construction is complete on four new buildings in the camp center to replace the old dining hall, kitchen, program office, trading post and health lodge.