Williams Scout Reservation
Camp Williams consists 145 acres with a small lake, a swimming pool, a southwestern adobe style mess hall, a trading post, a water front for boating activities, camp office, ranger cabin, and 11 well shaded camp sites.
Camp Williams is approved for use by Cub Scout Packs, as well as other units in the Cimarron Council. Each summer, Camp Williams host a week of Cub Scout Family Camp and hosts a number of other events during the year including some Order of the Arrow activities.
Williams Scout Reservation is located 26.5 miles west of Enid, Oklahoma near the towns of Cleo Springs and Fairview. From Enid, look for where U.S. Highway 412 goes from a four lane highway to a two lane, the entrance is just a few miles beyond that. Look for a large cell phone tower just off to the right of Highway 412. This is where you need to turn LEFT to head to Williams. There is a sign for the Scout Camp. Go to the end of that road (3.5 miles) until the pavement ends, there you will see the entrance to camp.
Camp Williams History
Williams Scout Reservation or more commonly called Camp Williams is also known as Camp Saline, it's former name, by the older veterans of the old Great Salt Plains Council. The camp was renamed Camp Williams in 1970 after the late Dr. C. E. Williams, a Physician and long time Scouter from Woodward who became a major supporter for Scouting. In 1972 Dr. Williams was principal donor for a new swimming pool at the camp which is still in use today. Dr. Williams passed away in November 1972 and is buried in Elmwood Cemetery in Woodward.