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With multiple weekend and long-term experiences throughout the year, your Cub Scouts will constantly be asking to come back!


From Summer Camp to Weekend Programs, we have everything a Scout could want!


From Venturing to ROTC to school trips,
Camp La-No-Che has everything to make your next outing the most memorable!

Providing Unparalleled Experiences for more Youth!
Camping Facilites

Camp La-No-Che

Camp La-No-Che is the premiere Boy Scout Camp in the Southern Region. With over 1600 acres of natural Florida forests, camp is home to many different kinds of wildlife as well as many different programs on weekends as well as our World Famous Summer and Winter Camp Programs!

Camp Rybolt

Camp Rybolt is a large group camping area, commonly used for district campouts, special events, and troop camping. Rybolt features a large, flat area for camping, bathrooms, and a pavilion.

Scout Ranch

Scout Ranch is an incredibly large field primarily used for council wide events and camporees. The Scout Ranch has enough space to fit over 5,000 campers and various activities. Scout Ranch is also the home to several gopher tortoises!

Adventure Camp

Adventure Camp provides an unparalleled high adventure experience! Consisting of low COPE and high COPE areas, be sure you don’t miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity! Just down the road are the Adventure and Alpine Towers. Both have multiple static courses and challenges, even with dual zip lines that fly across Lake Pooh Bear! Adventure Camp is also home to the ATV program, offered throughout the year!

Camp Pooh Bear

Camp Pooh Bear on Pooh Bear Lake is a primitive campsite. Secluded from the rest of camp, utilizing this camping area has no bathrooms, you’re out in the wilderness. Camp Pooh Bear is located in our Adventure Camp area.

What Units say about Camp

This weekend was our first time, and definitely not the last. We attended Tiger Growl and my son had an amazing time! Probably the most memorable weekend of his life! The staff was outstanding! The food was wonderful! The place is absolutely beautiful! Thank you for an unforgettable weekend and we will see ya next time!

Angela Danner

Our Troop just attended Winter Camp at Camp LaNoChe! Best one yet! The whole experience from start to finish was awesome! We registered for 2017 before we left and our Scouts can’t wait to return!

Christy Stephens Mahoy

The staff at the camp were all great! I witnessed 3 different staff members tending to children who were either lost or hurt and they did such a nice job with them. Very well run organization! We had a great time!!

Karla Rollins Carta

Meet our Staff

Matt Ragan, Director of Support Services/Camp Director

Matt has been the Camp Director for over 20 years at Camp La-No-Che, and is always working to improve the program so that it caters to all scouts and adults. Questions? Contact him at!

Mike Evano, Director of Camping Services

Mike is the newest member of the La-No-Che family, moving all the way from Nebraska. Mike is working with our Council Program Directors to provide an “Unparalleled Experience for more Youth”. If you have any questions for Mike, you can email him at

Mark Spencer, Council Program Director – Boy Scouts, Venturers, Explorers

Mark is our Council Program Director overseeing Boy Scouts, Venturers, and Explorers. He’s also our Summer Camp and Winter Camp Director. If you have any questions for Mark, you can contact him at

Leigh Taylor, Council Program Director – Cub Scouts

Leigh has recently taken over the business aspect of Camp La-No-Che. Along with that, she is the lead on all Cub Scout programs at Camp. Questions for Leigh? Contact her at

Pam Falconer, Activities Coordinator

Pam loves working with others. Her responsibilities include handling reservations, checking in, and of course, coordinating activities on camp. If you have any questions for Pam, you can contact her at

Art Shippee, Camp Ranger

Art is the ranger in charge of the Hendrick Camp side of Camp La-No-Che (East Side). If you need to contact Art, you can email him at

Sam Bostic, Camp Ranger

Sam is the Camp Ranger in charge of Stine Camp (West Side).

Tim LaBar, Camp Ranger

Tim is the Camp Ranger in charge of the Dr. Phillips Park region of camp. He maintains the pools, the dining hall, and everything in between.

Camp La-No-Che is located on the Leonard and Marjorie Williams Family Scout Reservation in Paisley, FL.

The Camp Office is open Tuesday through Saturday, 9 AM to 5 PM.

The office can be reached at (352) 669-8558 by phone.

Our mailing address is 41940 Boy Scout Road Paisley, Florida 32767