The Bay-Lakes Council Camps
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About Bear Paw Scout Camp
Bear Paw Scout Camp consists of 325 acres of wilderness situated in the middle of the Nicolet National Forest surrounding Bear Paw Lake near Mountain, Wisconsin. Campers have unlimited opportunities to hike, mountain bike, canoe, sail, swim, and enjoy nature at its finest! Additional programs offered are designed to help each Scout toward Eagle Scout rank. During the winter season snowshoe activities are a featured activity.
Camp Rokilio is 213 beautiful acres of hilly terrain with tall timber located in the Kettle Moraine seven miles east of Kiel, Wisconsin. The camp features 5 program theme buildings: Fort J.J. Keller, Gunderson Viking Bäten Ship, Knauf Space Station, Kohler Castle, and Oertle Train Station. The buildings are home to 13 sessions of 4-day and 3-night Cub Scout Resident camp from June through August and weekend use by all Units/groups the remainder of the year. Camp Rokilio offers waterfront activities in Cedar Lake, BB guns and archery ranges, and great natural bog conducive to nature hikes and environmental studies.
More About Camp Hiawatha
Camp Hiawatha is 800 acres and encircles Bunting Lake, a 60 acre lake in the middle of Hiawathaland National Forest in the heart of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, between the towns of Munising and Chatham. Close by are many trails and waterways including the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, The North Country Trail, Grand Island, and the Autrain River.
More About Gardner Dam Scout Camp
Gardner Dam Scout Camp consists of 400 acres of pristine nature along the banks of the Wild Wolf River in Langlade County, Wisconsin. This camp features white water kayaking, a climbing tower, canoeing, 75 miles of mountain biking trails, and a special variable menu for patrol cooking to challenge all participants. Cross-country skiing is a very popular winter weekend activity. The camp is often used by college ecology classes.
More About Jax Camp
Jax Camp is a rustic wooded area located just northeast of Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. The camp is located near great biking trails, State Parks, and all the Door County attractions.
Family Camping Available
Group Rental Available
More About Twin Lakes Scout Camp
Camp Twin Lakes is located on County Road K, 11 miles south of Waupaca, Wisconsin. The camp is 425 acres of woods and meadowland. It has three lakes that are good for swimming, boating, canoeing, and fishing. During spring, summer, fall seasons there are 16 campsites for camping. The sites range from improved sites for group camping to leave-no-trace sites that are ideal for back- packing. Some of the campsites are Family campsites for registered Scouters and family.
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