For 2020 please refer to COVID FAQ's and News for Food Service info
This is the most common options units pick, all of your food for the week is provided from Camp. All of your main meals, as long with peanut butter and jelly, milk, fruit, pasta salads and more. Food for the entire camp is cooked at the Central Services Building and then transported to the meal sites
Chippewa - food is served in the Chippewa Dining Hall family style by table.
Sioux - food is served in heater stacks delivered to your campsite.
White Pine - food is served family style by table to the dining shelters
If units wish to cook in their campsite they can bring their own food and sign up for the limited service meal plan. With this meal plan Bread and Milk can be purchased from the food service truck. With this options the Troop/Crew will receive a reduced camper fee.
Supplies Provided at Each Camp
Chippewa - plates, cups, knives, forks, spoons, bowls, servings bowls, serving spoons, salt, pepper, etc.
Sioux - Units should supply their own mess kits, and serving utensils
White Pine - plates, cups, knives, forks, spoons, bowls, serving bowls, serving spoons, salt, pepper, etc.
Troops will be asked at check-in to provide a meal by meal count of the number of Scouts and leaders eating with their unit. Food deliveries and troop fee charges are based on these numbers.
Any additional meals requested must be submitted in writing by lunch on the previous day to ensure an adequate supply of food and for billing purposes. Be sure to include any guests that might be joining you for a meal. They should be included on your food count form too
Meal Change Requests
If you would like to change the amount of meals sent to your campsite or need to transfer your meals to Logging camp discuss with your Commissioner or Camp Director.
At every breakfast there will be a Breakfast Bar. The breakfast bar will have yogurt, granola and various cut fruits for you to enjoy.
At Lunch and Dinner there will be a salad bar for everyone to enjoy. It will have fresh lettuce and spinach along with toppings such as eggs, onions, carrots, tomatoes etc, and various cold salads such as pasta and potato salad.
Breakfast cereal is available in all sub camps during breakfast. There are supplies to make peanut-butter and Jelly sandwiches any time of day, additionally, fruit is always available. Sioux camp can request more peanut butter, jelly, drink mix and cereal at the Commissary located adjacent to the trading post.
Proper notification is requested, preferable two weeks in advance. See the Dietary Restrictions and Special Requests Page for more information.
Wednesday is the cooks day off and a great opportunity to cook as a unit. Troops/Crews will be cooking their campsite for breakfast and dinner, with Lunch being served by the Staff at Cheese Burgers in Paradise.
Breakfast will be pancakes, link sausage, and fruit. Supper is steak, potatoes, carrots, onions and cobbler mix. Please come prepared to cook, serve, and clean up in your campsite on Wednesday. Scouts should bring own mess kits.
If your Troop/Crew needs help finding enough equipment talk to your Camp Commissioner while at Camp. They will be able to checkout Cooking Merit Badge supplies for your Troop/Crew