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Getting Here

Wehinahpay Mountain Camp is tucked away in the community of Sacramento, New Mexico. While Wehinahpay primarily serves youth in the Conquistador and Yucca Council, we typically host troops from dozens of Scout councils across Texas, New Mexico and Arizona. Approximate Driving times to Wehinahpay are as follows:

From Phoenix - 7.5 hours

From El Paso- 2.5 hours

From Dallas-8.5 hours

From Tucson-6 hours

From Amarillo-5.5 hours

From Lubbock - 4.5 hour

From Midland- 4.5 hours

From San Antonio-8.5 hours

From Houston - 11.5 hours

From Albuquerque - 4.5  hours

Click HERE for a Map to Wehinahpay 

Click HERE for a map of Wehinahpay Mountain Camp

WARNING: Google Maps will send you to the wrong place, and cell service will not be available within 10 miles of your arrival. Be sure to double-check on your final approach to camp when traveling.

For most Boy Scout troops that would travel to Wehinahapay from north or west Texas, Carlsbad Caverns should be considered as a stop along the way. Located just south of Carlsbad, NM, this site is just over two hours from Wehinahpay. Overnight accommodations can be arranged at Dowling Aquatic Base, another Conquistador Council camp located in the heart of Carlsbad, New Mexico.

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