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This chart shows what campsites are available the different weeks of the summer. It will show a troop or crew number of the unit that has reserved that campsite for that particular week. This document is updated everyday at 2am.
Complete this form and send in with deposit to reserve a campsite at Tomahawk.
2020 Site chart
This form is required for anyone riding ATV's at camp.
This bear manual goes over some basic rules to follow to keep black bears in camp to a minimum. It contains training that you need to complete with each Scout before the start of camp.
Step by step instructions to build a bench for your campsite or another area around camp.
ICVS just reached out to us and offered any Scouts or adults a camp physical for a reduced rate. $20 cheaper than the regular camp physical. If your health insurance doesn't cover a physical every year here is an easy cheaper option for you.
Download the voucher today.
This simple printout diagrams how to get to camp.
This presentation is used in Troop 5 to show Scouts and Parents what to expect at camp, understand the purpose, and to review key dates leading up to camp. This is a very large file, so it is hosted on Google Drive. When you click this link you will be redirected there to download it from Google Drive.
Use this form to plan who many meals you will need and also tell camp how many campers you are expecting throughout the week. Complete this form and bring with you to camp. Turn in at the Welcome Center.
This health form contains only parts A and B. If you are staying at camp less than 72 hours we only need parts A and B.
This health form contains parts A, B, and C. If you are staying at camp 72 hours or more we need all three parts. Part C includes a doctor signature within the 13 months of your week at camp.
Use this worksheet to calculate and then submit your full payment for the June 1st deadline.
Chippewa is home to 15 campsites for Troops and Crews. Dining is in their Dining Hall.
Navajo is our Arrow of Light camp. Scouts here have just finished 4th grade and will be entering 5th grade in the fall.
Sioux Camp is home to 15 campsites for Troops and Crews. Food is delivered hot to each campsite.
This shows the major roads of Tomahawk and Parking Areas
White Pine has 11 different campsites. All site feature canvas tents on raised wooden platforms. Food service is provide in large outdoor dining shelters shared by multiple troops.
Any troops or crews administering medications to Scouts need to complete this booklet and turn it in at the end of the week. This is a Wisconsin Health Department requirement.
Looking for a one stop resource to promote camp to your Scouts? This catalog lists all merit badges, older Scout programs, troop/crew activities and more. Print this out and bring your next troop/crew meeting to share with your Scouts.
Use this form to hand out to your Scouts. They can take it home, review with their parents, and then hand into your camping planning coordinator to then enter into SCMS.
Use this at a troop meeting to have your patrols fill out basic information and program selections for time at camp.
This form is required for all staff under the age of 18 (including CITs). It tells camp when to with who you are allowed to leave camp with.
This form is used for any swim test. This helps track the what swimming level each participant in an unit currently holds. Please complete this before camp if possible.
To receive the early bird discount submit a $25 deposit for each youth by April 15th.
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Birchwood, WI 54817
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Fort Snelling, MN 55111
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