a Northern Star Council camp located in Birchwood, Wisconsin

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Boy Scout Camps

General Information   |   Location   |   Subcamps

Tomahawk is divided into three separate Boy Scout sub-camps, a High Adventure Base, an Arrow of Light Camp, and a Family Camp.  We have something for everyone, whether you are young or old, you can partake in the fun at Tomahawk. 

Sub Camp Maps

Full Service Boy Scout Camps:

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Chippewa

Food Service:

Troops and Crews will eat all three meals with 'family-style' service in our Dining Hall.  The energy is high in the dining and there is always a staff member nearby to answer questions.

Features:

  • This is the oldest of our Boy Scout camps
  • It borders Long Lake and surrounds Lake Neilsen
  • It has its own Fishing Marina
  • Contains 15 Beautiful Campsites
  • Has tenting on the ground, with flexible arrangements

Map of Chippewa Camp

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Sioux

Food Service:

"Full Service" Troops and Crews will be delivered their food in heater stacks directly to their campsite. This dining style is a quiet and peaceful way to spead quality time with your unit. Troops and Crews also have the option to bring and cook their own food at camp for a reduced rate compared to "full service" campers. This option is available in Chippewa and White Pine as well, but fits perfectly into the Sioux Camp program.  There is ice available in the trading post to keep your food cold and walk-in cooler space upon request.

Features:

  • Sioux Camp makes up the southern tip of the Tomahawk peninsula and is open to the widest part of the lake, which is great for sailing!
  • Contains 15 Beautiful Campsites
  • Has tenting on the ground, with flexible arrangements

Map of Sioux Camp

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White Pine

Food Service:

Troops and Crews eat under one of two large dining shelters. Enjoy the convenience of eating in a dining hall, with the beautiful scenery of a campsite.  The staff are available at lunch and dinner to give up to date announcements and entertain.

Features:

  • It's the Newest of all our camps.
  • Contains 11 Beautiful Campsites.
  • Has heavily wooded campsites. You're really in the forest now.
  • All tents spots are on platforms.

Map of White Pine Camp

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Family Island

Looking for a place for the whole family? Look no further.

We are the fun-filled, affordable vacation destination. Tomahawk Scout Reservation offers programs and facilities for families at our Family Island. Some activities available include swimming, canoeing, kayaking, archery, horseback riding, climbing, bb-gun shooting, hiking, crafts, and disc golf. We offer cabins for rent, wonderful tent camping sites, and an RV park. Reservations are not only available to Scouting families, but we encourage Scout families to come and enjoy a week at Tomahawk while your troop is in camp, or later, when the entire family can enjoy a vacation.

 

Map of Family Island

 

 

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Navajo Arrow of Light Resident Camp

For Arrow of Light scouts

For Cub Scouts whoare going into 5th grade, the Navajo Arrow of Light Camp introduces Arrow of Light Scouts into the basics of Boy Scout camping. Activities at the Arrow of Light camp include working on the Arrow of Light adventure pins, nature activities, swimming, boating, climbing, games, bb-gun shooting, and archery. At Navajo, Arrow of Light Scouts and Adults live in supplied canvas wall tents on wooden platforms with canvas cots. Food is served in a dining hall, where Scouts eat with the staff. Stay for 3 days and 3 nights.  Click here for more information.

Map of Navajo