Woodfield Scout Preservation
491 Woodfield Scout Trail Asheboro, NC 27203

Application For Use of Facilities (online version) - Complete and submit - must be submitted at-least 10 days in advance to be considered.

Please click here for the Woodfield facility policy.

What's available?   To view the facility calendar, from the catagories drop down menu labled "Old North State Council", choose "Camp Property Reservations". Click here to open the calendarFrom the catagories drop down menu, choose the camp you are interested in.

 Woodfield Scout Preservation is a fun short-term stay camp for primarily Cub Scouts and parents alike.  This camp is located approximately 10 miles from the award winning North Carolina State Zoo and features picturesque rolling hills, 3 beautiful lakes and lots of family friendly activity.  There are 15 huge campsites with running water to accommodate the largest of Packs for any year round week-end camping.  Parents will feel right at home with flushing toilets, running water and backyard like amenities.  Woodfield Scout Preservation is the perfect place for action, adventure and advancement.

Within Facility

  • Headquarters Building
  • Camp Directors Quarters
  • 15 Campsites (running water)
  • Centrally Located Health Lodge
  • Pioneer Fort Fun Area (year round)
  • 2 BB Shooting Ranges (year round)
  • 150 Seat Chapel
  • Fly Fish Lake with Pirate Activity Ship
  • 50 seat Training Center
  • Hiking Trails
  • Council Ring Amphitheater
  • 2 Archery Ranges (year round)
  • Long House / Sleeps 20 (Executive Bunk Housing)
  • Multiple Program Shelters
  • Swimming Pool & Shower House (Seasonal)
  • 300 person Dining Hall / Trading Post


From Greensboro or High Point, follow new I-85 South to Hwy 311 South. Then follow Hwy 311 South to State Road 1577 East. Take State Road 1577 East to Hillsville and bear right on Hoover Hill Road. Follow Hoover Hill Road to Hwy 64 and take a right on Hwy 64. Get in the middle lane immediately and turn left on Tabernacle School Road. Go approximately one mile and turn left into Woodfield Scout Preservation.

From Asheboro, follow Hwy 64 about eight miles past Hwy 220 to Tabernacle School, turn left onto Tabernacle School Road and continue approximately one mile to the Woodfield entrance on the left.


Map of Woodfield (PDF)

Map of Woodfield West Woodfield Scout Preservation (PDF)

Webelos Camp Web site

Facility Rental Fees:

Old North State Council Units & Out of Council Units: These Fees begin June 1, 2019
Campsite: $3 per person per night
Headquarters: $25 per day
Dining Hall & Kitchen: $175 per day
Kitchen only:$100 per day
Dining Hall Only: $100 per day
Shelter: $10 per day
Training Center: $45 per day
Long House: $100 per day
Westside Kitchen: $50 per day
Canoes or Row Boats: $15/boat/weekend
Pool June-September: $4 per per person/per day

Non-Scout Groups:
If you are not with the Boy Scouts and would like to use our facilities please contact the council office at 336-378-9166 for more details.

Facility Use Fees (PDF)


Cub Scout Shooting Sports: $3 per person per day 
Cub Dates are scheduled in Nov., March, April and May.  Usually a total of 4 Packs can be accommodated.

Cub Scout Shooting Sports Dates & Info.

Woodfield Cub Scout Shooting Reservation Form


Helpful Hints:
Woodfield Cub World is reserved for Cub Scout Camping only.  Water is not available at the showers in Cub world during the winter.  It is only available at the Longhouse, Training Center, Headquarters, and Dining Hall. 

Fishing is permitted in the 3 ponds only in Woodfield.  Fly fish lake is the best because it is not deep.  Adults must accompany youth at all times when fishing.
There is no swimming in any of the lakes or ponds.  Swimming is only allow in the swimming pool when it is open.

Woodfield East and West  Map of Woodfield West Woodfield Scout Preservation (PDF)
427 Rush Mountain Road Asheboro, NC 27203
This camp is rustic and primitive only intended to be used by adventurous Boy Scout Troops and Ventures.  Woodfield West Scout Camp offers solitude in a mountain base setting.  Located in between the base of Mary’s Mountain trail and Lake Reese this camp gives all Scouts a bit of the wilderness and adventure they seek. The Camps activity field and Campfire area are perfect for troops and crews working on the Pioneering Merit Badge as well as many other Merit Badges.    Woodfield West does have water.  Latrines, showers and shelters are available. 
Water is available in the Longhouse, training center, main building and designated showerhouse. Woodfield West only has power at the large program shelter.  Water is turned off in the winter,  Units will need to bring their own water or get it from Cub World.

Services & Amenities:
Within Facility

  • Assembly Area
  • Program Center / Shelter
  • 3 Latrine Structures
  • Multiple stall Shower Building
  • Camp Masters Quarters / Kitchen, Living Area, Bedroom
  • Hiking Trail (Mary’s Mountain Trail)