LSSR Adopt-A-Trail Program
Tribute to Little Sioux Scout Ranch website
a video tour of the camp and buildings.
Little Sioux Scout Ranch (LSSR) is approximately one hour north of Omaha, Nebraska in Iowa's Loess Hills. The 1,800 acre ranch is approximately 15 minutes east of Interstate 29, off the Little Sioux exit (#95).
On June 11, 2008, LSSR was struck by a tornado. Since then, many reconstruction efforts have been made, culminating with a grand re-opening ceremony on May 2, 2009.
Would your pack or troop like to do a service project OR if you would like to come
to camp with your family or just by yourself to help our ranger Doc – your help is
needed. LSSR Service Projects
Would you like to spend a weekend at Little Sioux Scout
Ranch and not have much to do, but yet are still helping out
the ranger? LSSR Camphost information
The LSSR Adopt-A-Trail Program is an all-volunteer program that gives scouts an opportunity to become actively involved in conservation and maintenance of the Little Sioux Scout Ranch scenic trail system. Any pack, troop, crew or a combination of units can adopt a trail. Please fill out the online form if you are interested in adopting a trail at Little Sioux Scout Ranch. For more information about the program please download the Program Guide or send an email to email@example.com or call 712.887.0105.
Omaha photographer, Lynda Tygart, is taking orders for prints, note cards, and ornaments for anyone who would like to have their own copy of the photograph and also support LSSR. 50% of your purchase will be donated to the Little Sioux Rebuilding Fund. Read more
Little Sioux Scott Ranch
32977 Larpenteur Memorial Rd
Little Sioux IA 51545
Greg "Doc" Schaefer, Camp Ranger
LSSR Welcome Center GPS Coordinates:
lat 41.877417 | lon -95.979457