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Information:

     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.  With great views and hiking trails Campsites, lean-tos, and cabins are available for groups looking to spend more than the afternoon.  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 and 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.

 

Among Nobscot's advantages:

  • ·         Year-round rental of facilities;

  • ·         Strategically located within the center of the Interstate 495 arc;

  • ·         Within a 30-minute drive from most locations in eastern Massachusetts;

  • ·        Ten minutes away from major shopping centers, yet surrounded by nature’s beauty.

     In the recent past, Nobscot has taken on a new image. Some may have noticed new or renovated cabins, signage to help with your visit and even new flower beds at the camp entrance.

 

     Additionally, you can visit the Andersen Memorial, located near the entrance to find a map and helpful information to assist in your visit. It is our hope that you will enjoy your hike at the reservation, so please sign in and take a printed map to help navigate the trails.

 

Resources:

·         Nobscot Facilities Guide        

 

Directions:

From the East:

Take Mass Pike to exit 13 Natick Route 30 to Route 9 West. Follow Rt.9 to Framingham exit (just past Staples). At the light, take a right onto Edgell Road. Follow Edgell Road for 3.5 miles. Camp entrance is on the left following the Framingham Animal Hospital on the ri

 

From the South:

Take Route 495 North to Route 9. Take Route 9 East to the exit for Framingham State College. At the light, take a left onto Edgell Road. Follow Edgell Road for 3.5 miles. Camp entrance is on the left following the Framingham Animal Hospital on the right.

 

From the West:

Take Mass Pike to exit 12, Route 9 East. Follow Rt. 9 through 3 sets of lights to Framingham State College exit. At the light, take a left onto Edgell Road. Follow Edgell Road for 3.5 miles. Camp entrance is on the left following the Framingham Animal Hospital on the right.

 

From the North:

Take 495 Exit 24 to Route 20 East. Follow Rt. 20 to Nobscot Road, Sudbury (just past Star Market Plaza on the right before Friendly' s). Follow Nobscot Road approximately 1.5 miles. Camp is on the right at 1 Nobscot Road.