Camp Manatoc is located within the Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Peninsula, Ohio. Comprising nearly 600 acres the reservation consists of lakes, trails, fields, rustic and improved cabins.
- Camp Manatoc is located in the Akron Section of the BT
- Cell phone coverage is excellent everywhere in Camp and in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park
- No WIFI
- Sunrise during TrailFest will be 6:25 AM and Sunset at 8:22 PM
- Average Weather in the region for the month of April is HIGH 59 degrees and LOW of 41 degrees. It rains on average of 10 days per month.
- No outside alcohol, you may purchase alcohol on site
- No pets allowed, only service animals
- Smoking is NOT permitted in any building on the Manatoc Scout Reservation
- Severe Weather: The Camp Office will keep BTA Staff informed of threatening severe weather conditions. BTA Staff shall make the final decision of whether to relocate to a building and shall consider the severity of any storm and safety of moving campers when making your decision.
Main entrance located at 1075 Truxell Road.
Truxell Road is located off Akron-Peninsula Road approx. 2 miles south of the Village of Peninsula. (If entering off of Akron-Cleveland Road it is called Kendall Park Road.)
Cuyahoga Valley National Park
Cuyahoga Valley National Park is located within a one-hour drive of the four million people in the greater Cleveland/Akron/Canton metropolitan area. Some 250 historic structures, including residential and farming properties, are located in the park, in addition to the nationally significant Ohio & Erie Canal and the Valley Railway. Protection of NPS-owned historic properties continues with a focus on rehabilitating historic structures and the railroad, and the restoration of disturbed areas. The natural resources of the park include a remarkable and thriving wildlife population in an urban area where development continuously reduces the amount of available open space. The park offers visitors over 140 miles of hiking, bicycling, and horseback riding trails. Visitor services include the Boston Store Visitor Center and the Canal Exploration Center, a new attraction for in-depth canal experience and learning. In addition to regular public interpretive programs, the park also offers focused educational programs, including the Junior Ranger Program, the residential Environmental Education Center, and a strong school services program. Each winter the park hosts the Ohio Special Olympics and the Towpath Marathon.