Dining Hall Air conditioned with seating for 180; full commercial kitchen, ice machine, walk-in cooler and freezer, outdoor grills & covered patio; big screen TV/DVD; nearby swing sets, lighted sand volleyball, lighted basketball, tether ball, horseshoes and box hockey.
|Lake Phillips 12 acre lake with designated swimming area and floating trampoline & blob; canoes, row boats & kayaks; stocked with bass, bream and catfish (Scouts may keep their catch; others are catch and release only).|
Campsites Nine sites around camp for tent camping; most have fire rings, wooden platforms, pit latrines, cold shower and running water.
|COPE Lodge Air conditioned with 24 beds split in two rooms, six showers and four restrooms; common room has pool table, foosball, ping pong and big screen TV/DVD.|
|Project COPE Robert Boland, Jr., Memorial Challenging Outdoor Personal Experience ropes course offers initiative games, 15 low elements and 50 foot climbing/rappelling tower to build teamwork and trust in any group. The popular course has drawn groups from across three states and six universities. A new set of high course elements is expected to be built by 2007.|
|Activity Field Multi-purpose area for sports or games; shelter available.|
|Gladden Brooks Shooting Sports Area Features a 50 foot small arms range, shotgun range and archery range. Adopted for maintenance by MSU Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity.|
|Obstacle Course A quarter-mile trail with two dozen challenges and usually a good bit of mud. Adopted for maintenance by MSU Air Force ROTC.|
|Chakchiuma Nature Trail This 2.5 mile trail follows most of the camp perimeter; well marked by reflective signs for night hikes. Adopted for maintenance by MSU Forestry Club.|
|Tradin' Post The camp store is stocked year-round with t-shirts, souvenirs, camping gear and snacks.|
|Nita Chito Scout Museum Visit the ever changing museum of Scouting photos, patches, uniforms and memorabilia of Pushmataha Area Council's history. Created and maintained by Curator Donald 'B3AR' Ellis.|