Pricing & Dates
2019 Season Pricing
|Early Bird*||Regular Price**|
|Deposit Per Person||$50||$50|
|Cub Scouts & Webelos||$160||$195|
|Cub Scouts & Webelos
Attending a Second Week
|Adults Attending a Second Week||$75||$110|
*Early pricing is for individuals making full payment by June 1, 2019
** Regular pricing is for individuals making full payment June 2, 2019 or later
2019 Season Dates
|Webelos Camp||July 14 – 17, 2019|
|Cub Scout Camp||July 17 – 20, 2019|
Activities @ Camp Hiawatha
Scouts will learn about the animals and plants that they are sharing camp with.
Scouts will get to make a project and bring it home from camp.
All of camp will come together for a variety of games.
Scouts will visit the archery range and shoot under the supervision of a certified range master.
Scouts will visit the BB gun range and shoot under the supervision of a certified range master.
Scouts will have plenty of time to swim and play in our lake.
Try your luck to see what kind of fish you can catch in our gorgeous lakes.
Your Support Team
Jara Bauer, RD, LD, CDE
The Camp Hiawatha Experience
Have a Fantastic Adventure.
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.
Camp Hiawatha also offers a Cub Scout and Webelos program that includes a 3 night/4 day experience. This experience provides an opportunity to experience camping, cooking and learning new skills. For Webelos, the program follows a patrol style setting similar to the Boy Scout Resident Camp. Webelos will have the opportunity to choose which adventure pins they want to work on while also learning camping and cooking skills. The Cub Scouts will have programs designed to help them earn adventure belt loops while also experiencing some aspects of outdoor camping.
Preparing for your Adventure
Central Registry Clearance Information (Required for all adults)
Reservations & Support Number: 920-734-5705
Reservations & Support Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Camp Phone Number: 906-387-2714
E6350 Doe Lake Road
Munising, MI 49862
Your Questions. Our Answers.
Does your camp accept any non-BSA medical/physical forms that are unexpired?
No. All participants, youth and adults, must turn in an official BSA medical with parts A, B, and C completed. Please note that a tetanus shot is also required to have been administered within the past 10 years. There is a religious exemption available for the tetanus shot. Please call our support team at 920-734-5705 to obtain a religious exception form.
Can siblings attend camp?
Unregistered siblings are not permitted to attend camp.
A Quality Experience
Bay-Lakes Council Camps meet and exceed standards set forth by the Boy Scouts of America, the American Canoe Association, and the National Rifle Association. Cub Scout World receives annual accreditation as a Cub Scout Resident Camp.
Each Bay-Lakes Council Camp has a trained and dedicated team running the camp. Key members of our camp staff are sent and receive certification from a National Camp School hosted by the Boy Scouts of America. All camp staff undergo at least a week and a half of training on customer service, program delivery, safety, and a wide range of other specialty topics. More than half of each camp’s staff is also certified in First Aid, CPR, & AED.
Join Our Team
As part of a team at a Bay-Lakes Council Camp, you’ll impact the lives of youth and adults as we deliver an exceptional program surrounded by the beauty of the woods of Wisconsin and Michigan. Individuals 14 and up can work at a Bay-Lakes Council Camp.
- Competitive Seasonal Salaries
- Free Room & Board
- Internship Friendly
- Paid Training for Key Positions
- An Experience of a Lifetime