Bovay Scout Ranch was founded in 2001 and is named after its founders, Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Bovay Jr. Located three miles south of downtown Navasota, Texas, Bovay Scout Ranch offers each visitor an opportunity to enjoy the wonder and beauty of central Texas. Bovay Scout Ranch is a sight to behold with its rolling hills and lakes, campsites surrounded by native Huisache and Bois-d'arc trees and sunsets that are absolutely breathtaking. The ranch's 1,498 acres are a natural paradise for plants and wildlife. Bovay Scout Ranch has facilities for a wide range of activities including a water park, slingshots (wrist rockets), Cub Scout shooting range and more.
- Adventure Camp is a weekend campout for Cub Scout families at Bovay Scout Ranch. Families will enjoy activities such as BB guns, archery, swimming, sports, crafts, games, and eating in the air-conditioned dining hall.
- Family Overnighters are available to packs or Webelos dens. Groups plan their own activities and cook their own food. Campsites, restrooms, and showers are available.
- Resident Camp is a three-night summer campout held in July for Cub Scouts entering first through fifth grade the following school year. Cub Scouts will enjoy BB guns, archery, sling shots, crafts, sports, games, campfire program and lots more.
- Weekend Camping is available to troops and crews at Tellepsen Scout Camp.
- The Camporee Site is a 100-acre primitive area nestled between the rolling hills and prairies of Bovay Scout Ranch. Districts can reserve the camporee site for district events through their district executive.