- Lakeside Campsites
- Arrow of Light Scouts are all we serve
- Full Beach waterfront
- Bike Track
Canvas Wall Tent
Walk right into this spacious tent set up off the ground on wooden platforms. Each tent includes 2 cots. Mosquito netting is available for rental upon request from the camp store.
Bring your own tent
There is space in each campsite for campers to set-up their own tents. Please contact camp in advance to let us know. Your campsite placement depends on whether you are bringing your own tent.
Indoor Restrooms and Showers
Gagner Central Services Lodge serves as the main shower and restroom facility for the entire camp.
Latrines and porta pots are located throughout camp - you won't be able to go far without seeing one! They are in all program areas and in the campsites. Latrines are stocked with toilet paper and hand sanitizer.
All of your meals will be served family style in the dining hall.
Here is a snapshot of what you can expect on the first night of camp! There will not be a meal served on the first night, so please eat before coming to camp. Note-Navajo does not hold swim checks on the first night, instead you will complete your swim checks the next morning morning.
- Gates open - you will not be able to check-in prior to this time
- You will be directed to the main parking area. A staff member will greet you and direct you to check-in at the dining hall.
- Bring your health form to check-in.
- After checking in you will be directed to your campsite.
- Meet at the dining hall to receive a camp tour. One leader from each Pack will be asked to attend a leader meeting to go over other camp rules and answer any extra questions you might have.
- Lights Out! Get some rest before your first full day at camp!
Packs are divided into groups for Activity Blocks. Packs will receive their group assignment at check-in. Each scout will attend eight activity blocks during their time at camp. These programs focus on developing new skills, earning rank advancement, and having fun.
There are two time slots in the Navajo schedule where Scouts will be able to sign up to earn adventures. All the requirements will be covered unless otherwise noted.
Scouts have the opportunity to stay at camp an extra night and participate in Navajo Outpost! This program is designed to be an introduction to the type of camping the boys will do as Boy Scouts. Scouts will set up their own tent, cook dinner over a fire, and visit the historic Logging Camp Outpost.
- Tomahawk Throwing
- Additional adventure requirements for Cast Iron Chef and Cast Away!
$35 per participant (youth and adult)
Who can go?
Arrow of Light Scouts and Adult Leaders
What time will outpost be done?
You will return to your cars at the main part of camp by 1pm the day after the outpost.
How do I register?
When you complete the online registration for Cub Scout Summer Camp there will be a drop down option for "Scout attending Outpost" and "Adult attending Outpost. Select these options to be added to the program. It's as easy as that! Make sure to register for Outpost right away because space is limited. If the Outpost session is full, please still register for the weekend and you will be added to a waitlist.
Directions to Navajo Scout Camp
Address: N1910 Scout Road, Birchwood, WI 54817. Mobile GPS devices will recognize this address and lead you directly to the camp gate.
From St. Paul: Head North on 35W to Hwy 8. Take 8 east into Wisconsin. After Barron go North on Hwy 53. Take Exit for county road and go east. Go North on county road M unit you get to county road D and follow signs to camp.
Summer Camp Contact Information
June - August please use the following contact information
Summer Camp Phone Number: 715-354-3841
Summer Camp Email: email@example.com
Camp Director Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that during the day we might not be able to answer a call or immediately respond to an email. We will do our best to respond back to you within 24 hours.