Three Harbors Council, BSA
330 South 84th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53214-1468
414-774-1776
www.ThreeHarborsScouting.org
     
 

Family time together matters.  Have a blast with the entire family all while escaping house chores and screen time!  Everyone gets to embrace nature for an overnight program.  Enjoy shooting sports, nature, aquatics and more.  Don't forget about the Saturday night campfire.  Leave the meals to us!  Scouts receive a camp patch.

Clicking below will take you to the registration page for Family Weekend for the session you choose

Activities

  • Swimming and Boating
  • Shooting Sports: BB Guns, Archery & Rock Throwing
  • Scout Skills/Crafts
  • Ecology & Conservation and Fishing
  • Camp-wide Games
  • Cracker Barrels & fire bowl skits at sundown
  • Bring your own skits to share in the fun!

Attendees

Tigers, Wolves, Bears, Webelos and Arrow of Light Scouts, their siblings & families can attend.

Dates/Locations/Time

Session 1: June 19-20 @ Camp Oh-Da-Ko-Ta (3363 Dyer Lake Road, Burlington, WI 53105)

Session 2: July 10-11 @ Camp Oh-Da-Ko-Ta (3363 Dyer Lake Road, Burlington, WI 53105)

Session 3: July 17-18 @ Indian Mound Scout Reservation (37650 Forest Drive, Oconomowoc, WI 53066)

Session 4: July 24-25 @ Indian Mound Scout Reservation (37650 Forest Drive, Oconomowoc, WI 53066)

Session 5: August 7-8 @ Indian Mound Scout Reservation (37650 Forest Drive, Oconomowoc, WI 53066)

  • Check in: Saturday 1:30 pm
  • Check-out: Sunday 9:00 - 11:00 am

Pricing/Fees (program & meals)

  • Scout/Sibling: $65 each
  • Scout/Sibling early bird (by May 15th): $55 each
  • Adults: $45 each
  • Children age 4 and under: $5 each

Option to add-on Saturday Adventure Mornings (check-in Saturday at 8:30 am)

  • Scouts: $15
  • Adults and children under 4: $5

Sleeping Arrangements

Please bring your own tent.

Meals Provided

  • Saturday: Dinner and evening Cracker Barrel (snack)
  • Sunday: Breakfast

Healthy, kid-friendly meals are served daily by trained, certified kitchen staff.  Accommodations can be made for special dietary needs.  All meals will be served outside the Dining Hall.

 

Adult Supervision

Per the Guide to Safe Scouting: each youth member will be under the supervision of a parent or legal guardian.  In special circumstances, a Cub Scout whose parent or legal guardian is not able to attend an overnight camping trip may participate under the supervision of another registered adult member of the BSA.

 

 

New Camp Safety Procedures

 

Resources

Due to the impact of COVID-19, new camp check-in procedures will be in place this summer.  Each arriving vehicle will be given a personal health assessment survey for each passenger to complete and everyone entering camp will have their temperature checked with an air thermometer. 
 
To help protect campers, camp staff will be wearing face coverings while working at camp.  Scouts and families are required to wear face coverings while at camp.  Campers will be asked to bring their own face covering and our camps will have a limited supply of face masks available for those who need them.
 
Enhanced Camp Cleaning
Enhanced camp cleaning protocols will be implemented this summer.  All restrooms, commonly used surfaces, and program equipment will be thoroughly cleaned by camp staff throughout the day.  Hand sanitizer will be located throughout camp.
 
Refund Policy
If a family is not comfortable attending camp this summer, full refunds will be provided if notice is given one week in advance.
 

Check-in & Safety information

Items to Bring to Camp

Annual Health & Medical Record
(all Scouts and leaders must bring a health form to any camp they attend)

Campership Application

Note: Funding is available through donations and other means for Scouts who would not be able to attend camp due to financial issues.

   

Three Harbors Council, Boy Scouts of America  I  330 South 84th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53214-1468

414.774.1776