Camp Woodland is located near the north shore of Oneida Lake in Constantia, New York. Woodland is available year-round, with cabins for the cold winter months. During the summer months Camp Woodland is the home of the Longhouse Council’s Cub Scout Resident Camps and National Youth Leader Training.
Site Reservation Information
Woodland Unit Information Packet for weekend camping: Camp Woodland Off Season Rental Information.
To check availability or reserve a cabin and other facilities please contact the Longhouse Council Office at (315) 463-0201.
Cabin Facility Capacity Fee Scout Groups Non Scout Groups
Kings Cabin 32 coed $120.00 $240.00
Ullman Cabin 32 $120.00 $240.00
Kiwanis Cabin 16 $75.00 $150.00
Oneida Cabin 12 $50.00 $100.00
Mohawk Cabin 12 $50.00 $100.00
Venture Cabin 20 coed $130.00 $260.00
(Furnace Heat and lights provided in Venture Cabin only)
All above cabins have electricity and are furnished with bunks, mattresses, woodstove and supplied with wood for your stay. Latrines are located near each cabin. No cooking equipment will be furnished and must be supplied by your group. Please bring your own water. Water is available for refills.
Main Camp Facility Fee Scout Groups Non Scout Groups
Tenting sites / Cub Pavilion $2.00 per person for a weekend stay.
Stickley Training Center $50.00 per day. $100.00 per day
Owens Hall $50.00 per day. $100.00 per day
Kitchen $150.00 per day $300.00 per day
Kitchen, Owens Hall and shower house closed from November 15th thru April 15th, weather permitting.
The use of the waterfront maybe reserved by special request. The fee will be $250.00 per day. The leader in charge must be a BSA Aquatics Instructor and all lifeguard ratios must be met.
Cub Scout Summer Camps at Camp Woodland
For more information on Cub Scout Resident Camps at Camp Woodland this upcoming season, please visit our cub scout camping page.
Getting to Camp Woodland
Use the Google Map below to get directions to Camp Woodland. Camp Woodland is located just north of the village of Constantia, a small community on the north shore of Oneida Lake.