Lost Lake Scout Camp is on over 400 acres located 58.5 miles south of Fairbanks on the Richardson Highway at the end of Lost Lake Road. The camp lies between the Tanana River and Birch Lake on the beautiful 90 acre Lost Lake.

The Midnight Sun Council has taken an aggressive roll to improve the camp facilities and keep up with changing times. We now have a full-time ranger, year round dining hall facility, ADA accessible campsite, new water system, year-round classroom availability, and cabins with new and improved wood stoves. It is a wonderful setting to have an event or to just enjoy the natural beauty of Alaska.

Along with Boy Scout Resident Camp, Lost Lake Camp is the home for the Northern Lights High Adventure Base. A nationally accredited High Adventure Base that specializes in Alaskan outdoor adventure such as, whitewater and flat water canoeing and backpacking.

It is also the home to many other camps such as, Camp Jesse Bloom operated by the Farthest North Girl Scout Council.

During the off-season, Lost Lake can be rented by outside groups for camps, conferences, or other events.

Map of Lost Lake
Map of Lost Lake 2


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Fairbanks AK


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Healy AK

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Barrow AK


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Tok AK

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