About UsThe Adirondack Park consists of nearly 6,000,000 acres with about 130,000 year round residents. It is one of the most unique wilderness camping destinations in the world. Eight Boy Scout councils operate 10 Scout Camps in the Adirondacks offering Wilderness Treks, Mountain and Rock Climbing, Mountain Biking, Canoeing, Sailing, White Water Canoeing as well as basic Scout Camping. These 8 councils have formed a loose association to combine resources for program development, marketing and interface with the Adirondack Park and state agencies.
Scouts and Venturers from across America have the opportunity to experience the Adirondacks. This website provides easy access to information about the adventure programs available through Boy Scout operated facilities. This is the first and primary mission of the AASC – to help you find information and to encourage you to plan a trip to the Adirondacks.