Indian Mound Scout Reservation is divided into two parts: Camp Doerr and Camp Lazynski. Camp Doerr features the Adventure World Cub Scout camp program areas, including the L.S. Gratz Land Ship, the James A. Merry Castle and the Layden Mining Company Mine, which includes a gold panning stream! Camp Doerr also features ten cabins for year-round camping, a fire bowl with bench seating, and a 250-seat dining hall.
Camp Lazynski is located on the western side of the property, and features multiple campsites for tent camping. Camp Lazynski also features a chapel pole barn, a permanent picnic sheter with a large capacity and spacious fields for sports and games. The northwestern corner of the property features the winter sports area, including three Adirondak shelters and a giant sledding hill.
Indian Mound Scout Reservation was established in 1917 and is one of the longest-running Boy Scout camps in the USA.