Campsites and program areas are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis to only troops, crews and ships for weekend camping. (Learn more about Cub Scout camping options.) All fees must be paid online at least five days before the reservation.

With 20 campsites, a large covered pavilion and meeting room available for your use, it is the ideal place to hold your next event. This 92-acre property, located six miles north of Sealy, TX, in Austin County, was dedicated on April 17, 1982. The camp was made possible through a bequest from Alva Brosig in 1981.

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Camp Brosig Leader's Guide and FAQs

How do you get to Camp Brosig?

Camp Brosig is located at 1893 Trenckman Road, Sealy, TX 77474.

From Houston: Take I-10 to Sealy Texas, exit at State Highway 36 this is a hairpin loop exit. You pass over highway 36 on I-10 before you exit so you come into Hwy 36 from the west. From the first red light after exiting at Highway 36 turn left (north) onto Highway 36. Go thru town approximately 5.1 miles until you pass the intersection of Farm Road 331. Christian City Church is on the left, soon after is Trenckmann Road on the left. Go 1.6 miles on Trenckmann Road to Camp Brosig. The camp gate is on the left (south) side of the road. The main asphalt road will take you to the check-in building, the first building on your left. The approximate time from Houston is one hour.

From Hempstead/Bellville: Take FM 159 from Hempstead to Bellville. After crossing the railroad tracks in Bellville take an immediate left at the first light on to State Highway 36 continue for approximately 6 miles to Farm Road 949. Turn right onto Farm Road 949 and follow this road to the first road to the left. This will be Trenckmann Road and the camp gate entrance will be approximately ½ mile on your right. The camp gate is on the right (south) side of the road. The main asphalt road will take you to the check-in building, the first building on your left. Approximate time from Hempstead 30 minutes.


What are the camping fees?
Sam Houston Area Council Units are charged a $2.00 per person per weekend usage fee and out-of-council units are charged a $3.00 per person per weekend usage. Kitchen and meeting room usage fee is $75.00. Units furnish their own cooking equipment.
What are the camp policies?
All Sam Houston Area Council camp policies must be followed. They can be found at

                                 Camp Policies

In addition, there are some Camp Brosig specific rules.
  • Speed Limit is 5 miles per hour.
  • Keep vehicles on the road for unloading at campsites.
  • Vehicles are not allowed in campsites. After unloading, promptly move vehicles to the parking lots.
  • Do not cross any fences as you will no longer be on camp property.
  • Do not dig holes, climb or cut trees.
  • Do not use water troughs in latrines for washing dishes. Grease and debris will clog the drains.
  • Parking Passes:  All vehicles must have parking pass on the dashboard

                            Parking Pass
  • Fires: Campfires are permitted in the designated fire rings. If Camp Brosig is under a fire ban, the unit leader that placed the reservation will be informed. Gasoline, diesel fuel and other liquids are not to be used to start fires. Please keep fires low and reduce sparks in windy conditions. Have water available to extinguish the fire. Fires should be monitored at all times and put out cold before leaving your campsite or going to bed.
  • Trash: Campers are responsible for taking all trash accumulated to the dumpster located at the front entrance. You cannot burn your trash. All trash must be in a bag and inside the dumpster. If trash will not fit inside the dumpster, you must take it with you. Trash may not be stacked outside the dumpster or on top of the dumpster. Please remember to check restrooms and other areas you may have used, and remove all trash. Animals will make a mess of trash left in camp.
  • Recycle: Recycle bins are located near the red barn for aluminum cans and plastic bottles. Please empty liquids, leave caps off and crush bottles.
  • Restrooms: Four latrines are located in the camping area. Event staff should provide toilet paper and hand wash soap. Please leave the latrines cleaner than you found them.
What do leaders need to know?
Check-in/out: Check-in is after 3 pm on Fridays and check-out is before 11 am on Sundays. 

Leadership requirements: The leadership requirements are the same as for BSA.

Maps:   Map of Camp Brosig           Google map of Camp Brosig

Rangers: A ranger or volunteer campmaster will be available at Camp Brosig after 3:00 pm on Fridays. 

Rosters: A camp roster listing all participants must be submitted to the campmaster or ranger by Saturday at 10:00 am.

                                          Camp Roster

Gate access: A camp ranger or campmaster will meet you to obtain access to the property at 3:00 pm and to unlock the gate and turn on the water to the facility and provide any needed keys.

Additional keys: Keys on a red lanyard, hanging on a hook inside the meeting room, will unlock the registration trailer and first aid room. The kitchen key is in an additional key locker at the kitchen entrance. If you have reserved the kitchen, you will be given this code.

Shelters: Shelters in the camping area are on a first come first serve basis.

Barn: Ask a ranger or volunteer campmaster for access to equipment stored in the red barn.

Needed repairs: If you find camp has been vandalized, had unauthorized use, or damaged in any way contact the ranger or volunteer campmaster immediately.

Damage To Equipment and Facilities: Report all lost or broken equipment to the ranger or volunteer campmaster.

Assistance: For assistance, please call a ranger or volunteer campmaster.

Plant Identification Guide: See the Brosig Plant Identification Key for the plants and trees tagged at Camp Brosig. The guide can be used to help Scouts in troops can work on First Class: #5. Identify or show evidence of at least 10 kinds of native plants in your community.

Cub Scouts can work on Tigers in the Wild #6. Find two different trees and two different types of plants that grow in your area. Webelos Scouts can work on Into the Woods #1. Identify two different groups of trees and the parts of a tree; #2. Identify four trees common to the area where you live. Tell whether they are native to your area. Tell how both wildlife and humans use them; #3. Identify four plants common to the area where you live. Tell which animals use them and for what purpose. 

Outdoor Scouting Skills: Cub Scout can also work on several adventures at camp (e.g., outdoors and camping; and nature, plants, wildlife, hiking, and conservation). Scouts in troops can work on a variety of Scouting skills at camp. Find skills (pages 31-41) across ranks (e.g., nature, camping, fire, map and compass, hiking, knots, swimming, cooking). 

Emergency Numbers:

Hospital in Bellville (Bellville General) 979-865-3141
Ambulance Austin County 979-865-3112
Fire Department in Sealy 979-885-2222
Fire Department in Bellville 979-865-2324
Sheriff Department 979-865-3111
Game Warden 281-931-6471
Emergencies 9-1-1
Can district events be held at Camp Brosig?
Camp Brosig is a great place to hold a district camporee, Webelos Woods or training. Camp Brosig has several areas to accommodate training courses, including pavilions, a training room and a kitchen. The district professional can make reservations for a district event or training.


Michael Collins
Camp Brosig Professional Advisor
 (713) 756-3357


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