CFL Pre Camp Meetings
Wednesday, February 26, 2020 – Norris Service Center
6:30-7:00 p.m. – Webelos Resident Camp
7:00-8:30 p.m. – Scouts BSA Summer Camp
Scouts BSA Summer Camp
The outdoor program is one of the predominant features about Scouting that appeals to Scouts, and a week at summer camp is one of the top experiences. Memories and experience from summer camp last a lifetime. The Three Fires Council has another exciting summer awaiting Scouts at Camp Freeland Leslie, and our mission is to provide every camper with a customer service driven, high quality program. You can't take the "outing" out of Scouting!
Webelos Resident Camp
Located near Oxford, Wisconsin at beautiful Camp Freeland Leslie, Webelos and parents can experience four days and three nights on 500 acres of Wisconsin hills, meadows, and forests. If you have been a part of Webelos day camp and are ready for an exciting new program, then this is for you! Swim in or boat on beautiful Lake Emrick, one of the cleanest lakes in Wisconsin. Perfect archery and pellet gun shooting skills on advanced ranges. Hike the winding trails and participate in nature activities. Develop outdoor camping and survival skills. Investigate the arts of craftsmanship and showmanship. Cook a meal on an open fire. Space is limited and fills up fast, so register today!
Join the Staff for 2020
Time, and time again, campers tell us that it is the staff that separates our camp above the rest. The positive experience for both youth and adult scouts can only be created by you. When young scouts arrive at camp, they bring with them the sparks of personal growth, but like any good campfire, these sparks need to be fanned from all directions. That is where you come in. Together, we can challenge campers to overcome fear and empower them to be agents of positive change in their communities. With your leadership, they will experience success in everything from cooking their own meals to learning knots and lashings to create their first camp gadget. It is through your praise and encouragement that campers once afraid of heights eagerly scale the climbing wall.