Camp Alexander is located in the beautiful Elevenmile Canyon in the Pike National Forest approximately 45 miles west of Colorado Springs, and two miles south of Lake George, in Park County, Colorado. Camp Alexander is between 8200 and 8600 feet elevation. The camp area consists of hills, low mountains, and valleys covered by a mix of Ponderosa pine forests, high-altitude grasslands, and wetland vegetation along the lake and stream. There is abundant wildlife including black bears, raccoons, skunks, rabbits, squirrels, deer, elk, coyotes, snakes, and bald eagles.
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We firmly believe that summer camp is an opportunity to do more than earn merit badges. It is also a time for a boy to learn more about himself, develop his leadership skills, build character, and enjoy our mountain environment.
Your troop experience should also include hiking/biking in the beautiful Elevenmile Canyon that surrounds Camp Alexander so your boys may experience the beauty of our Pike National Forest. It is the goal of our Camp staff to make sure that each Scout that attends Camp Alexander this year has a great camping experience and is able to accomplish all of his set goals and still have time to have fun and enjoy the mountains of Colorado. We look forward to serving you and we''ll do our best to make your summer camp experience a very memorable one.
"Boy Scouts of America is an equal opportunity service provider. Boy Scouts of America operates under special use permit by the USDA Forest Service. " Pikes Forest Service