Fly through the air on the zip line! Climb to the treetops on the climbing tower! Get in touch with your inner marksman at the rifle range! Hike, camp, fish, canoe, look at the stars and enjoy the beautiful Osage hills. You can do it all in the 400+ acres of woods, hills, cliffs, creeks, ponds and rocks at McClintock, the ideal setting for your unit’s weekend camping trip. There are even showers and modern “facilities” available.
Camp McClintock, a 422 acre camp, located in the Osage Hills West of Bartlesville, OK offers year-round camping and opportunities for awesome hiking and canoeing. The encompassing woods, cliffs, creek and ponds provide a wonderful setting to take a unit on a weekend camping trip. Running water is available throughout the year and numerous picnic tables can be found around the camp.
Camp McClintock has a variety of facilities to accommodate most units. Among them is a spacious Pavilion, great for Pack picnics and Arrow of Light Ceremonies or Eagle Courts of Honor. A Dining Hall with many tables and chairs, and a fully equipped kitchen set up to handle a capacity of 150.
The Cub Cabin, which is 25x40, has a breathtaking view of the "Osage". This facility is ideal for Troop Junior Leader Training or Unit annual calendar planning. We strongly encourage the Cub Packs or Dens to use this cabin for overnights as a bunkhouse. There is both electric service and a wood stove to keep the Cabin warm in cool temperatures.
To get to Camp McClintock, go 9.5 miles West of Bartlesville on U.S. Highway 60, then South at camp sign 3 miles, bearing right at both forks in the road. Or, go 14.5 miles East of Pawhuska on U.S. Highway 60, then South at camp sign 3 miles, bearing right at both forks.
Reservations must be made 10 days prior to your arrival. A small fee of $1 per person paid through the Council office is required from out of Council Units to use Camp McClintock. Other camp fees may apply, depending on the facilities to be used. Camp McClintock rules must be followed by all who use the Camp.