ACTIVITIES FOR YOUR FAMILY
The Family Island Staff has come up with a unique and exciting program to help make your experience at Tomahawk one to remember. The following is an outline of the activities that are available to Family Island campers.
Family Island campers can swim at Navajo Beach complete with diving platform, rowboats, canoes, a paddleboat and fishing equipment. In accordance with BSA policy, all participants must complete a swim check at the Navajo beach to determine each swimmer’s ability. If you cannot make it to a scheduled swim check time, you must schedule a time with the Navajo beach staff. In addition, you may swim at the Family Island Beach with adult supervision during daylight hours. The Family Island beach has a diving raft, canoes and kayaks for your family to enjoy. A dock is available and can fit two fishing boats. If you are interested in bringing a boat to use during your stay please contact the Reservation Director for approval.
Horse rides are available to Family Island campers throughout the week. All rides are conducted at the White Pine horse corral. Tickets may be purchased from the Sioux Trading Post. Long pants and closed-toed shoes are required to ride. All riders must be over the age of nine to ride.
o $6.00 per ticket per person
o Minimum age is 9 years old
o Long pants are required
o Open-toed shoes are not permitted
A Catholic chapel service is held in Chippewa camp at 5:15pm on Sunday night.
Activities are held on M,T,Th and F mornings at 9 o’clock at the Family Island pavilion. Campers will decorate picture frames, create personalized wood cookies, and tie dye t-shirts. Fees for supplies do apply. A staff member will meet participants at the Family Island Pavilion.
Climbing to the top of the Fire Tower. It is 100' tall and is centralized in camp to give you a great view.
Climb our 22' climbing tower in Navajo.
Test your bow and arrow skills at the Navajo Archery Range
There is a Family Island BB Gun Shoot available.
There is fishing equipment available to use at the Navajo Fishing Pier.