Nobscot Scout Reservation is located in Framingham / Sudbury, and is available for weekend camping throughout the year. We also conduct an extensive Outdoor Education program for schools, religious youth groups, and community youth groups.
The Nobscot Scout Reservation is full of great hiking trails and local history, including a burial ground used for small pox victims centuries ago. Campsites, lean-tos, and cabins are available for groups looking to spend more than the afternoon enjoying the property’s great views and hiking trails. Nobscot facilities are available for rental by civic, corporate, community, and religious organizations.
Over 480 acres of beautiful forested land makes Nobscot the largest parcel of land inside the Interstate 495 beltway. The grounds are owned by the Knox Trail Council, Boy Scouts of America. Nobscot is rich in Native American and Revolutionary War history. The ecological and environmental importance of the Reservation is unmatched.
Nobscot offers an enjoyable hike up to Tippling Rock, one of the highest points in Eastern Massachusetts. There are views of three states, Boston’s towers, Mt. Monadnock, and more. Nobscot is the IDEAL LOCATION for youth groups to experience an ‘outdoor classroom’ session; and for civic, business, religious and corporate groups to conduct retreats and seminars. Click here for map.