The Family Island Staff has created a unique and exciting program to help make your experience at Tomahawk one to remember. The following is a list of the activities that are available to Family Island campers.
Family Island campers can swim at Navajo Beach complete with rowboats, canoes, and fishing equipment. In accordance with BSA policy, all participants must complete a swim check at Navajo beach to determine each swimmer’s ability. If you cannot make it to a scheduled swim check time, you may schedule a time with the Navajo beach staff. The Family Island beach has a floating raft, paddle boats, rowboats, canoes, and kayaks for your family to enjoy. A dock is available, which can fit two fishing boats. If you are interested in bringing a boat to use during your stay, please contact us for approval.
Horse rides are available to Family Island campers throughout the week. Rides can be scheduled with the Family Island Director. Long pants and closed-toed shoes are required and all riders must be six or older to ride. Parents may be asked to ride with or lead the horse for younger riders. There is an additional fee of $30 per Trail Ride
Climbing to the top of the Fire Tower. It is 100 feet tall and is centralized in camp to give you a great view.
Climb our 22 foot tall climbing tower in Navajo.
Test your bow and arrow skills at the Navajo Archery Range.
Allow our Navajo BB Range staff to guide your family on how to safely use guns.
There is fishing equipment available to use at the Navajo Fishing Pier.
Craft activities are held most mornings Monday through Friday at 9:00 am at the Family Island pavilion. Campers can participate in a variety of crafts. Nominal fees for supplies do apply. A Family Island Director will meet participants at the Family Island Pavilion.