The Ernest Thompson Seton Scout Reservation is a 249 acre property located on Riversville Road in Greenwich and owned by Greenwich Scouting. Camp Seton is available most weekends during the school year for weekend camping by registered members of the Boy Scouts of America. The property offers campsites, lean-tos, and cabins as well as several buildings to meet in, two spectacular lakes, five miles of hiking trails, an Olympic size pool, boating, archery, B.B. Guns, a climbing wall, a Nature Education Center and much more!
Directions ~ Map of Seton Scout Reservation ~ Historical Info Below
**The Reservation is NOT public property! You must be associated with Greenwich Scouting and have made prior plans with the Council office or Ranger to be present on the property**
Procedures-Review facility and pricing information
for availability or call 203-869-8424 x105
Fill out Reservation Application
Send application and payment to:
Greenwich Council, BSA
63 Mason St.Greenwich, CT 06830
*Payment must be received within 2 weeks to hold reservation
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pricing & Info
History of Seton Scout Reservation 2010 marked the 50th Anniversary of the dedication of Ernest Thompson Seton Scout Reservation.
With the help of several devoted Scouters, including Prescott Bush, Jr. as the Camp and Conservation Fund Chairman, and the discovery of gravel at the final location chosen for Camp Seton, the goal of having a Scout Reservation in Greenwich became a reality in 1960! Camp Seton is named after Ernest Thompson Seton, a noted author, wildlife artist, naturalist and one of the founding pioneers of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) as well as the first President of the Greenwich Council, BSA. Read more about the purchase and development of Camp Seton over the last 50 years in the Camp Seton 50th Anniversary Booklet.