The 12-activity Iroquois Trail introduces a first-year scout to all the program areas at camp and a variety of scouting skills.
The senior patrol leader-organized sports tournaments add to the camp wide competitions during the week.
Our beautiful lake is an ideal place for kayaking with a friend. Kayaks are available during open boating hours for scouts age 14+. Campfires
The chicken barbeque will start at 5:30 pm Friday evening. Your son is free to check out anytime with his Unit Leaders permission.
Note: Barbecue tickets for visitors must be purchased when you check in on Sunday afternoon. The tickets are available at the check-in table and at the trading post (adults $6.75, children under 11 $4.50).
Vespers are held each week at camp. The non-denominational service is conducted by our Camp Chaplain.
Summer Camp Dates for 2013
- 1st Week: June 30 - July 6
- 2nd Week: July 7 - July 13
- 3rd Week: July 14 - July 20
- 4th Week: July 21 - July 27
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