Proudly serving the Youth of Clinton County, Indiana since 1947.
The Clinton County Foundation for Youth's mission is to maintain the camp for use of non-profit, charitable, and character building youth groups of Clinton County. It manages the camp's resources for quality environmental education, and recreational activities on behalf of the boys and girls of Clinton County.
Camp Cullom offers a multitude of activities for old and young alike.
We have camping, hiking, a Nature Center, a Lodge, a 24-hole disc golf course, a play ground, and a world-class observatory.
Sledding and skiing on the hill are ABSOLUTELY FORBIDDEN.
Visit our Things To Do page to learn the details of available activities.
CAMP CULLOM IS OPEN AS of 5/24/20...but there are rules!
Hours 10 am to 7 pm Daily
Rest Rooms at Nature Center open and will be sanitized several times daily
Nature Center and Lodge will not be available for public use (Except the restrooms at Nature Center)
Playground is to remain CLOSED per the Governor's orders
Disc Golf Open
Rotary Shelter is open for “immediate family” use only
Camping will be available for “immediate family” use only
Please follow CDC guidelines by social distancing and by wearing face masks
Camp Cullom reserves the right to ask people to leave who are not following recommended safety measures
Let's ENJOY the outdoors & Be Safe while doing so!
The Open House schedule for the Prairie Grass Observatory has been published. See when you can come out and gaze at the stars. Click the button.
Camp Cullom has a newly installed Solar Panel Array! Click on the button to the right to learn about Solar Energy at Camp Cullom. --->
Camp Cullom put a new roof on the Lodge.
Click on 'Roof Info' to the right to learn all about it!
Camp Cullom features its own weather station, allowing you to know the exact conditions at the Camp. View the station HERE.
Need help finding us? Here is a Google Map (TM) of our location.
Email the Camp
Click HERE to send an email to Camp Cullom.
Eagle Scout Disc Golf
Camp Cullom boasts one of the top 6 disc golf courses in the state. With 24 holes, there is something to challenge every disc golfer. Built by Nathan Pillion as an Eagle Scout project, the course has already earned several awards.
The course closes in late October each year. Be sure to contact the camp before coming out to ensure it is open for play.