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camp properties - CIE

Camp Indian Echo in Hudson is about 43 miles northwest of Tampa and 10 miles northeast of Port Richey. The 160-acre nature sanctuary is the perfect place for you to dip your toe into camping!

Reservable Units and Program Areas

Sleeping Units

  • Calusa (primitive camping)
  • Log Cabin (one-room cabin with movable cots; full kitchen)
  • Owasee (tent camping)
  • Platform Tents (platform tent camping)
  • Teepees (open-air teepees)
  • Treehouse (open-air treehouses)

Program Areas:

  • Archery Range
  • Small Crafts (canoes, kayaks, and stand up paddleboards)
  • Challenge Course (low wooden course, low cable course, and giant swing)
  • Potawatami (day use shelter)
  • Daisy Lake
Suggested Camp Activities
  • Archery*
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Backpacking
  • Badgework
  • Fire Building and Fire Safety
  • Geocaching
  • Giant Swing
  • "Glowing Eyes" Night Hike
  • Hiking
  • Leave No Trace
  • Letterboxing
  • Low Cable Course
  • Low Wooden Course
  • Outdoor Cooking
  • Small crafts (canoes, kayaks, stand up paddleboards)*
  • Sports and Wide Games
  • Stargazing
  • Swimming*
  • Team Building
  • Trailblazing
  • Troop Meetings

*An outdoor facilitator and a program area reservation are required for these activities.

These activities must be reserved through council.

 

Resources
Contact The Camp Ranger

Need help with something at camp? Contact  John Neal, Camp Indian Echo Ranger 954-445-6311.


Troop Camping Reservation System