Kelleyrobin Mulvihill, M.Ed., CTRS

Outdoor Education Director/Camp Ranger




HENDERSON LODGE (Formerly Magee)

A heated dormitory style building which sleeps 20. Accommodations have shower and lavatory facilities, kitchenette, comfortable lounge area, and are a short distance from dining facilities and the trails.  This building is accessible for individuals with disabilities.



A rustic 3 season lodge which sleeps 30.  The cozy fireplace separates the sleeping facilities from a moderate sized kitchenette.  May also be utilized as a common or meeting area. Not recommended for summer use.



This is a newly reconstructed addition to our seasonal stay. Offering to sleep 20, as well as meeting space, a fireplace, and lookout loft, this cabin is centrally located to latrines, an activity shelter, and many historical points of interest.



Nobscot is 550 acres of forest, hiking trails and wetlands with cabins nestled among the trees. Webelos Woods is a rustic shelter sleeping 12 campers with separate leader's quarters, generator lighting, and cook space.   Assabet is a newly winterized cabin providing sleep space for 10, a wood burning stove, and also has prepared generator service. 

Pond View is also newly renovated and winterized with a fireplace and wood burning stove. This cabin provides sleep space for 18 to include a separate leader's quarters as well as a kitchen prep area. This cabin does have electricity and is close to pump water and latrine service.


Nobscot offers seasonal campsites with lean to shelters. These can comfortably sleep 8 each. They are reasonably located to latrines and well water access.  Tent sites are available for groups wishing to pitch tents.  A tent site can accommodate up to 25 people.  Groups greater than 25 should reserve more than 1 site.


Meeting Areas



This lodge is a winterized dining facility serving up to 100 people. White Lodge is equipped with a PA system, fireplace, Men's and Women's bathrooms, full kitchen, and deck for socializing.  This meeting space has a hardwood floor for dancing if desired.  The facility is also accessible for individuals with disabilities.



Nobscot features an activity pavilion for meeting space and lesson areas. This shelter is equipped with storage facilities and is great in inclement weather.



Secluded in the woods, Nobscot serves as home to 2 outdoor ampitheathers.  Each offers their own personality to camp.  Seating from 100-250 on wooden benches, groups may have a common meeting spot.


Recreational Facilities


Nobscot Boy Scout Reservation features a vast range of educational, historical, and recreational opportunities including athletic field space, 15 miles of hiking trails, vernal pools, glacial erratic, small pox burial ground, canoe rental (life jackets and paddles also available), campfire areas and picnic facilities.


Rental Policies



All reservations should be made with the Council Service Center. A damage deposit will be assessed to groups upon check out if the facilities are not left as they were found. (Over please)

Guidelines have been set to protect the guests and property. Our operation has been selected to assist in conservation, forest protection, participant safety and overall enjoyment of the outdoors.



Guests are required to bring their own bedding and linens. (sleeping bags, towels, sheets, and pillows). Nobscot will not provide linens.



Any Nobscot facilitated event will be responsible for garbage elimination.  All events not sponsored by our facility require guests to take out their own garbage. "If you can bring it in full, you can carry it out empty." Groups will be financially responsible for any trash left behind.



Dogs are the only pets permitted on the reservation.  In addition, all dogs must be on a leash to ensure guests’ safety. Any droppings must be picked up by the owner.

A $25.00 fine will be assessed to your reservation if not adhered to.



Smoking is permitted IN DESIGNATED AREAS ONLY!



Fires may be made only in designated fire pits and fireplaces. They must be cleared with the Outdoor Center Director.  Additionally, they must be properly extinguished.  Fire buckets/cans are located at each council ring for your safety.



Parking is only permitted in designated areas.  Vehicles are not permitted beyond parking areas or on trails. Please speak to the Ranger if someone in your group has special needs.






Incoming calls should be directed to the campmaster at (978) 443-5161. Please remember that this is not a hotel and should be utilized in emergency cases only!



Groups causing damage or loss to facilities, structures or natural surroundings will assume financial responsibility for rehabilitation or repair. The fee will be equal to the cost of the rental unless the damages are greater than this amount.



From the East:

Take Mass Pike to exit 13 Natick Route 30 to Route 9 West.  Follow Rt. 9 to Framingham exit (just past Staples). At the light, take a right onto Edgell Road.  Follow Edgell Road for 3.5 miles.  Camp entrance is on the left following the Framingham Animal Hospital on the right.


From the South:

Take Route 495 North to Route 9.  Take Route 9 East to the exit for Framingham State College. At the light, take a left onto Edgell Road.  Follow Edgell Road for 3.5 miles.  Camp entrance is on the left following the Framingham Animal Hospital on the right.


From the West:

Take Mass Pike to exit 12, Route 9 East.  Follow Rt. 9 through 3 sets of lights to Framingham State College exit.  At the light, take a left onto Edgell Road. Follow Edgell Road for 3.5 miles. Camp entrance is on the left following the Framingham Animal Hospital on the right.


From the North:

Take 495 Exit 24 to Route 20 East. Follow Rt. 20 to Nobscot Road, Sudbury (just past Star Market Plaza on the right before Friendly’s) Follow Nobscot Road approximately 1.5 miles.  Camp is on the right at 1 Nobscot Road.