About Camp

The Robert E. Knox Scout Reservation (K.S.R.) is located near the Georgia-Carolina border, along the Savannah River and 71,000 acres of Clarks Hill Lake. Distinguished by its 7 miles of shoreline, K.S.R. offers a one-of-a-kind camping experience on 535-acres. While many BSA camps have a lake on property, K.S.R. is a camp that branches outward into one of the largest lakes in Georgia and South Carolina: Clarks Hill Lake/Lake Strom Thurmond—a lake 39 miles in length with a shoreline of 1,200 miles. Such a location affords K.S.R. beautiful lakefront views and a stellar location for aquatic program activities. Equally impressive are our other program areas, including one of the best Shooting Sports programs in the southeast! Situated in a picturesque region in Georgia, K.S.R. lies near the Sumter National Forest, Mistletoe State Park, Hampton Branch State Park, and Baker Creek State Park.

K.S.R. is nationally accredited through the Boy Scouts of America's National Camp Accreditation Program (NCAP).