Located on a ridge overlooking a beautiful wooded valley on the 3000-acre Blass Scout Reservation, the Donald W. Reynolds Scout Training Center is available for use by: Scout Groups (Council & District Functions, OA Training, Cub & Boy Scout Leader Training), Youth Groups (church youth retreats, planning weekends), Church Groups and Corporations.
The facilities available include a 320 seat dining hall, a commercial kitchen, 88 person sleeping wing, 2 ADA compliant rooms with private bathrooms and showers, 4 separate bathroom areas with showers, 3 separate meeting rooms, an intimate lobby area with a large fireplace, 2 large terraced areas and additional camping on the adjacent Scout property.
Located on a ridge overlooking a beautiful wooded valley on the 3200-acre Gus Blass Scout Reservation, the Donald W. Reynolds Scout Training Center is the premier location for training in the Boy Scouts of America Southern Region. The Reynolds Center is available for use by Scout Groups for National and Local Council and District Functions including Camp Schools, Order of the Arrow Training, Cub, Boy Scout and Venture Leader Training.
Available facilities include a 320 seat dining hall, commercial kitchen, 102 person sleeping wing, 2 ADA compliant rooms with private bathroom and shower, four separate group bathroom areas with showers, three separate meeting rooms, an intimate lobby area with a large fireplace, two large terraced patio areas and additional camping on adjacent Scout property.
The Donald W. Reynolds Scout Training Center is equipped with state-of-the-art technology including;
- Wireless internet
- Wireless microphones for all rooms
- Satellite television
- Internal/External PA system
- Overhead projectors in all classrooms with laptop connections
- Flatscreen displays and/or televisions in dining hall and lobby
Groups interested in reserving the Donald W. Reynolds Scout Training Center should contact the Quapaw Area Council Program Director at 501-664-4780 ext 280 or email@example.com.
Priority use of the facility is for Scout Groups. Non-Scout groups wishing to use the facility will be required to complete a variety of forms which will include the following:
- Letter of Agreement for Camp Use
- Organizational Hold Harmless Agreement
- Individual Hold Harmless Agreements from each participant
- Booking Sheet
Non-Scout groups are also required to provide a $2 million certificate of insurance naming the Quapaw Area Council Inc., Boy Scouts of America as an additional insured.