Sub-Camps and Campsites

Tomahawk's Sub-Camps

What is a Sub-Camp?

At Tomahawk we operate four separate sub-camps. Each sub-camp is independent of each other. They each have their own climbing tower, first year camper program, beach, boating area, ecology center, and more. Navajo is our Resident Arrow of Light Sub Camp. The other three sub-camps are Scout BSA Camps: Chippewa, Sioux, and White Pine. Though they have the same program schedule and offer the same merit badges, they all operate their own separate merit badge programs. This means a unit in Sioux taking Climbing merit badge will not have to wait for those in Chippewa to climb first. The primary differences between the sub-camps are how food service is conducted and how tenting is done.

Chippewa Camp

Map of Chippewa Camp

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Chippewa is our oldest and largest of the sub-camps. If you are looking for that traditional large summer camp feel, then Chippewa is for you. Chippewa has 15 different campsites, most of them directly on a lake! Chippewa operates a Dining Hall and meals are served cafeteria style. If dinner and a show is your thing, then Chippewa is the place for you! Every lunch and dinner, the staff in Chippewa lead a song or put on a skit. There is always something fun happening in the Dining Hall.


Arapahoe    Capacity: 40  Map  360 View
Blackfoot Capacity: 24  Map  360 View
Cherokee Capacity: 32  Map  360 View
Cheyenne Capacity: 32  Map  360 View
Choctaw Capacity: 24  Map  360 View
Comanche Capacity: 32  Map  360 View
Crow Capacity: 32  Map  360 View
Dakota Capacity: 40  Map  360 View
Fox Capacity: 32  Map  360 View
Huron Capacity: 32  Map  360 View
Pawnee Capacity: 24  Map  360 View
Santee Capacity: 32  Map  360 View
Seneca Capacity: 40  Map  360 View
Shoshone Capacity: 56  Map  360 View
Winnebago Capacity: 24  Map  360 View

Sioux Camp

Map of Sioux Camp

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If operating under the Patrol Method is what your Troop/Crew is looking for, then Sioux is the place for you. Troops/Crews in Sioux camp will eat all of their meals in their campsite, with food being delivered in heater stacks to your campsite from the Central Kitchen. If your unit is looking to do its own cooking for the week, Sioux is the best camp to accommodate that. If this interests your group, make sure to check out the reduced camper fees on the fees page.


Cayuga    Capacity: 40  Map  360 View
Chickasaw Capacity: 40  Map  360 View
Iroquois Capacity: 24  Map  360 View
Menomonee Capacity: 32  Map  360 View
Miami Capacity: 32  Map  360 View
Mingo Capacity: 32  Map  360 View
Mohawk Capacity: 32  Map  360 View
Mohican Capacity: 40  Map  360 View
Oneida Capacity: 40  Map  360 View
Paiute Capacity: 40  Map  360 View
Potawatomi Capacity: 40  Map  360 View
Quapaw Capacity: 40  Map  360 View
Sac Capacity: 40  Map  360 View
Tonkawa Capacity: 32  Map  360 View
Tuscarora Capacity: 24  Map  360 View

White Pine Camp

Map of White Pine Camp

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White Pine is a great experience for those looking for a smaller camp feel. The areas around White Pines shore line have beautiful views and hills, and the tenting sites in White Pine are all on raised wooden platforms, giving a unique experience. White Pine's tenting areas aren't the only unique feature, as all meals are served in giant Outdoor Dining Halls located on the North or South end of camp. The staff at White Pine are always willing to put on a show at lunch and dinner!


Aspen     Capacity: 30  Map  360 View
Balsam Capacity: 32  Map  360 View
Birch Capacity: 30  Map  360 View
Cedar Capacity: 32  Map  360 View
Ironwood Capacity: 30  Map  360 View
Juniper Capacity: 24  Map  360 View
Maple Capacity: 32  Map  360 View
Oak Capacity: 32  Map  360 View
Red Pine Capacity: 60  Map  360 View
Spruce Capacity: 32  Map  360 View
Tamarack Capacity: 32  Map  360 View


Navajo is our resident Arrow of Light Sub Camp! For more information on Navajo, check out the Navajo page at the link below!

Arrow of Light Camping