Camp Histories

History of Camp Miakonda, The Camp in a City by Dave Eby. Camp Miakonda holds the distinction of being one of the few Boy Scout Camps to be marked with an Historical Marker. (See the Photos of the Marker.)

Read the story of Jake the Goose - the Legendary Camp Mascot - Alumni of the camp erected the world's largest goose tombstone in honor of this wonderful camp mascot at the 90th Anniversary Event in June 2007.

History of Camp Kanesatake - Tales from the "Camp on a Hill" by Dave Eby.

History of Northwoods Scout Reservation by Bruce Richardson - details the history of this former Blackhawk Area Council Scout Reservation until its closure in 1979.

History of Camp Red Wing. (Delaware County Council, Indiana)

History of Kamp KIa Kima (Arkansas)

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