CAMP LONG LAKE

SCOUT RESERVATION

 
 

WHY ATTEND CAMP LONG LAKE?

Camp Long Lake Scout Reservation is located approximately 10 miles north-west of Campbellsport, tucked in the northern portion of the Kettle Moraine State forest (Wisconsin). Since 1945, Camp Long Lake has been providing an outdoor program to thousands of Scouts each summer.

Camp Long Lake prides itself on a commitment to providing excellent customer service and working with units to customize their experience. The more than 35 full time summer staff members provide programs in multiple areas such as Archery, ATV, Aquatics, COPE/Climbing, Project First Class (PFC), Rifle, Scout Craft, Shotgun, STEM/ECON and Watercraft.

The Camp Long Lake staff specializes in maximizing the “first-year campers” experience in Project First Class (PFC).  For the “experienced campers” will enjoy our High Adventure and Trek programs. Its why staffers and campers alike echo proudly #BeThere.

2019 Dates

2018 Cost

  • Week 1:  June 16-22

  • Week 2:  June 23-29

  • Family A: TBD

  • Week 3:  July 7-13

  • Week 4:  July 14-20

  • Week 5:  July 21-27

  • Week 6:  TBD

  • Week 7:  TBD (Webelos Resident)

  • Family B: TBD

  • Potawatomi Area Council: Adult: $125 | Youth:  $305

  • Out of Council: Adult: $125 | Youth:  $305

  • Second Week: Adult: $125 | Youth: $255

 

WHY ATTEND SUMMER CAMP?

Scouting provides many opportunities for young men and women to help plan and participate in rugged outdoor adventures. From day hikes to camporees and summer camp, the Scout unit plans activities that match the interests and abilities of the Scouts. Older Scouts may participate in high-adventure programs such as rock climbing, rappelling, and whitewater rafting. Younger Scouts may attend summer camp and learn teamwork within their patrol and troop. Summer camp blends fun program with advancement requirements to reinforce skills learned throughout the year. In Scouting, fitness is fun with a purpose. Cub Scouting offers camping opportunities for Cub Scouts through day camps, resident camps, Webelos den overnight campouts, council-organized family camps, and pack overnighters.Organized camping is a creative, educational experience in cooperative group living in the outdoors. It uses the natural surroundings to contribute significantly to physical, mental, spiritual, and social growth.

  • Camping contributes to good health.

  • Camping helps campers develop self-reliance and resourcefulness.

  • Camping enhances spiritual growth.

  • Camping contributes to social development.

  • Camping is an experience in citizenship training.

  • Camping at the Cub Scout level introduces boys to the knowledge and skills that they will learn and apply more thoroughly as a Boy Scout.

Go to the Boy Scouts of America site for more information. Download the print-friendly version the Guide to Safe Scouting here

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