Open To All Registered Youth Organizations. Church Groups, Boy & Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts.
Come and Relax Under the Trees
Don’t forget your hammock.
Visit The Swimming Hole At Sunrise
Have A Service In The Chapel
Drop A Line In The River
And Have A Fresh Fish Dinner.
Rent Our Canoes
And Take A Trip Down The River.
Camp Ah-Ba-Lu-Fa is located in beautiful Fort Pierce, Florida at 3548 Selvitz Rd
Our next quarterly Board Meeting is Sunday 12/4/16 @ 1:00 pm in the main pavilion.
Almost 60 years ago, the predecessor of the South Florida Water Management District set this land aside for use of Scouts and Youth Organizations of St. Lucie County and others counties statewide.
Through the years a rich history has developed by the activities and improvements that have occurred on this site, known now as Camp Ah-Ba-Lu-Fa (which is Seminole for land by the peaceful water).
The camp is run by a menagerie of people, from all walks of life, with one goal in mind To make it FUN for the boys and girls!
Camp Ahbalufa is a not for profit 501 C3 organization for Scouts and approved youth organizations, along with their families, are invited to come join in our efforts of keeping Camp AhBaLuFa operational. Involvement can be done through:
*Unit and family camping
*Making Personal, Business & Corporate Donations
*Volunteering Services, Talents and/or Time.
So come join our FUN!
Even when there is work to be done, satisfaction is in knowing that what you are doing is helping yourself, while helping others, and sharing fun at the same time.
See you at camp!
Camp AhBaLuFa offers many amenities including
15+ Camping Areas with city water.
A Covered Satellite Pavilion.
Main Pavilion with Screened-In Picnic Area, Multimedia Capable.
Natural Pool with Swimming Tower.
Bathhouse with showers (with hot water) & restrooms, handicap accessible.
City water is available in all areas. We are open year round, come rain or shine.
Things To Do At Camp
The fish are biting.
Perform Service hours
There’s always something to do.
Bring your track and have a blast
Our grill and smoker are available for rent.
There are many trails behind camp.
Rent our canoes for the weekend.
Always a solemn occasion.
Blue and Gold Festivities
Celebrate Scouting’s Birthday.
Dad and Lad Camping
Always a hit with the boys.
Learning to Swim
In the Swimming hole.
The kids love to jump off the tower.
Plenty of room in center field.
Arrow of Light Ceremony
Celebrate in the Amphitheater.
Plenty of projects are available.
The main Pavilion is perfect.
The Crossover bridge is waiting.
Plenty of room for summertime fun.
Join the fun.
Its a tradition at camp.
When the lights go out the fun begins.
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