Cedar Point Scout Camp

With woods and water, Cedar Point is a great place for Scouts to experience all that nature and Scouting offers. Camp for a day or for a week.

  • Polaris Lodge features a full kitchen, half bath, fireplace and heating. No bunk beds.
  • Wade Lodge features a full kitchen, half bath, fireplace and heating.  No bunk beds. 
  • Campsites with latrine and water nearby, fire ring, and picnic tables. Shower House with six toilets, six showers and handicapped toilet/shower.

Cedar Point Scout Camp
125 200th Ave
Fairmont, MN 56031

Your Camp Adventure Awaits

Cedar Point Scout Camp Welcomes Your Group

Whether it’s a day of outdoor exploration or a weekend retreat, our facilities offer an ideal setting for your adventure.

Open year-round, our well-kept campsites combine comfort and rustic appeal. Envision a day of exciting team-building games, a nature walk, or a quiet evening around the campfire with your group, all against the backdrop of nature’s beauty.

Our camp is your canvas to create a unique, memorable experience. Whether it’s workshops under the sky or   interactive outdoor activities, you decide. Embark on your journey with us create lasting memories and strengthen your community spirit. Your adventure awaits.

For more information, please contact Twin Valley Council at 507-387-3123 or info@twinvalleybsa.org.

NorselandCedar Point Trifold Brochure


Polaris Lodge

  • Full Kitchen Industrial stove with griddle
    • Microwave
    • Hot & Cold running water
    • Industrial refrigerator
    • There are NO pots, pans, or cooking utensils
  • Toilets (1)
  • Fireplace
  • Games
  • Heated (but no A/C)
  • There is also a separate common camp shower house. See below.
  • No bunk beds; please bring cots
Wade Lodge at Cedar Point

Wade Lodge

  • Full Kitchen
    • Stove
    • Microwave
    • Hot & Cold running water
    • Refrigerator
    • There are NO pots, pans, or cooking utensils
  • Toilets (1)
  • Fireplace
  • Heated (but no A/C)
  • There is also a separate common camp shower house. See below.
  • No bunk beds; please bring cots 
Shower House at Cedar Point

Shower House

  • Toilets (6)
  • Showers (6)
  • Handicapped toilet and shower
  • The shower house is split into 2 halves that can be divided for youth / adult or male / female.


  • Latrine nearby
  • Water nearby
  • Fire ring
  • Picnic table


Want To Make A Reservation At Cedar Point?

All reservations and payments are completed online. You no longer need to contact the Council office to make reservations, it can be done on your time at your convenience! All reservations require payment and payments can be made online as part of the reservation process. Please have your debit/credit card or checking account information available to process your reservation.

Our reservation calendar runs from June 1st through May 31st.  You are welcome to make reservation through May 31 of the current year.  On May 1st the next reservation calendar for June-May will open.

If you need further assistance, please contact the Scout office at 507-387-3123.

To check availability

  • Click the “check availability” bar to the right
  • Click cabin, camp site or program area
  • Click “reserve” next to the appropriate lodge or site
  • Select the appropriate choice from the drop down menu
  • The calendar will appear.  Dates “X’ out are not available.

Camp Maps

Click on the images below to get larger maps of Camp Cedar Point Scout Camp:

Driving Directions to Cedar Point Scout Camp

Follow Hwy 15 south through Fairmont for about 11 miles. If you get to the Iowa border, you’ve gone too far! Turn around, and come back about 1/2 mile. Cedar Point Scout Camp is 1/2 mile west of Hwy15 on 200th Ave.

Need driving directions? Click here for directions from Google Maps.






Cedar Point Fire

Fire Building

Cedar Point Flag Ceremony

Flag Ceremony

Cedar Point Log Throwing Game

Yard Games

Cedar Point Camping

Setting up Camp

Ga Ga Ball Pit Now at Cedar Point

Twin Valley Council is excited to announce we now have a Ga Ga Ball Pit at all three of our Council camps; Camp Cedar Point, Camp Norseland and Cuyuna Scout Camp.

Everyone is “gaga” over Ga Ga Ball.  But what is it?  Ga Ga Ball is a fast paced, high-energy sport played in an octagonal pit.  The more players the better!  Dubbed a kinder gentler version of dodge ball, the game is played with a soft foam ball, and combines the skills of dodging, striking, running and jumping, while trying to hit opponents with a ball below the knees.


SAFE Checklist _ Boy Scouts of America

Area Attractions

Cedar Point Scout Camp offers great activities such as fishing, stand up paddle boards, canoes/kayak and for winter there is a portable fish house and gear.  All can be rented when you make your reservation.  For those wanting to explore the area, there are many area attractions to enjoy.


                             Climbing                                                                   Disc Golf                                                                                    History

Climbing   Located near the town of Luverne, MN, Blue Mound State Park (90 minutes from Cedar Point Scout Camp) offers many great activities including a troop favorite, rock climbing.   Blue Mound State Park

Disc Golf  Center Creek Park is home to three 18 hole disc golf courses and located right in Fairmont, MN.  With three courses in one area, it puts them on a very short list of places in the entire world offering such amenities.  Center Creek Park Disc Golf

History  Located 30 minutes from Cedar Point Scout Camp is Fort Belmont in Jackson, MN.  Explore a unique re-creation of Fort Belmont build by settlers in early 1860’s and hike the trails.  Fort Belmont


                                       History                                                                         Orchard                                                                              Raceway

History   Who doesn’t love the Jolly Green Giant!  And who knew there was an entire museum, 20 minutes from Cedar Point, which is dedicated to his history.  Giant Museum

Orchard   Open weekends in September and October, stop by the Center Creek Orchard for great fall fun.  Center Creek Orchard

Racing   Is your unit into auto racing and like to go to a race?  Check out the Fairmont Raceway!  Fairmont Raceway


                                                                                   Religion                                                                                  Water Park

Religion   The Grotto is frequently considered the “Eighth Wonder of the World” and has been described as a “miracle in stone”.  This attraction is located in West Bend, IA, about an hour from Cedar Point. Grotto of the Redemption

Water Park   Great place to cool off on those hot summer days and located right in Fairmont!  Fairmont Aquatic Park

Note:  These businesses are not affiliated with Twin Valley Council or the Boy Scouts of America.  Being included on our website is not meant to be an endorsement of the business.  This list is put together simply to aid in planning.  All questions or reservations must be made directly with the business and not through Twin Valley Council.