Since its establishment in 1931 on a verdant tract of land on the banks of the Bohicket River and Fickling Creek, Camp Ho Non Wah has been dedicated to providing the premier summer camp experience to the Boy Scouts, Cubs, Venturing Units, and leaders who call it home one week each year. Although only twenty miles from historic downtown Charleston, Camp Ho Non Wah seems a world all its own, and as an institution governed by the guiding principles of the Boy Scouts of America, it really is.

Here are just some of the things Camp HNW has to offer:

Aquatics Facilities (lake, pool, and river)
Archery, Rifle, and Shotgun Range
Handicraft Shelter
Ecology Lodge
Scoutcraft Shelter
Over 13 miles of hiking trails
Natural Ampitheatre with sound system
Air-Conditioned Dining Hall
Trading Post
Scoutmaster Lodge (A/C, wi-fi)

Ho Non Wah features troop-sized campsites in fourteen choice spots, each fully-equipped with two-man tents, a latrine, and a washing station. Hot showers are available to all campers at centralized locations. Ho Non Wah is annually certified by the State of South Carolina and is a Nationally Accredited Camp, inspected annually by the Boy Scouts of America. Rules for acceptance and participation in Scouting programs are the same for everyone without regard to handicap, race, color, or national origin.