• Walking Trail
  • Picnic Pavilion
  • No Restrooms
Open 7 days a week from dawn to dusk


This 18-acre Preserve is adjacent to the Robert Crown Wilderness Area. This site is located within one of the Coastal Ecological Planning Units and provides potential nesting habitat for the bald eagle and provides foraging habitat for several other listed species. The Preserve has a small natural surface trail, a parking area and geocaching.

Preserve Information

This site features historically significant fire rings from its days as a former Boy Scouts of America camping ground. The site provides preservation of ecologically sensitive habitats including coastal hammock, salt marshes, and mangrove swamps. These natural communities provide habitat for a diversity of listed species including roseate spoonbill, white ibis, and reddish egret. Boy Scout Preserve, along with Pasco County's other coastal preserves, also helps to mitigate storm surge, control floodwater, and reduce erosion during storm events. The preserve features a picnic shelter and 0.3 miles of hiking trails.


  • Trail Map
  • Location Map