Willow Springs Program Center

Willow Springs Program Center is a modern program center located in the Prescott National Forest, covering 190 acres at an elevation of 6,000 feet. The mountainous terrain is full of boulder fields, pine and some deciduous trees, and an intermittent creek runs through the camp. The wildlife in the area includes deer, mountain lion, javelina, coyote, snake, raccoon, skunk, birds and other small animals. Camp facilities include multi-use buildings, dormitories, tent units, a sports field and hiking trails. Willow Springs can provide weekday program support as well as pre-planned activities for troops and groups.

All buildings have electricity and water, except as noted. Heat is provided in buildings that are open for the winter season unless otherwise noted.

 Building descriptions and capacities for Willow Springs Program Center.


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