We are your fun-filled, affordable vacation destination. Families of Scouts who are staying at Many Point can also enjoy the Scouting experience by staying at our full-service Family Camp. Once at camp, your family makes the choice to have each day be as active or relaxed as you desire. However, we encourage you to take full advantage of the program offered by our experienced, dedicated staff. The following are a few of the many things you can do while you are here…
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Check out our activity packed schedule to see all our available programs!
Check out our family camp map to see our facilities!
Interested in being a Family Camp C.I.T.?
CabinMax campers: 6
Spend the week in our furnished living spaces. They offer a kitchen space to prepare and eat food, along with a nice couch and beds to stay comfortable.
RV SiteMax campers: 10
There's plenty of space for you and your RV here at Family Camp. You will have specific space for your RV and plenty more for a campfire and picnic table.
Tent SiteMax campers: 10
Camping from a tent is still an option here at Family Camp, so feel free reserve a spot for your tents today.
BeachAreas Designated for all Types of Swimmers
At our beach here in family camp, we have just as many activities as the scouts do elsewhere. Come for a sail, stay for a tan, or even jump about on our water trampoline!
Lodge and Trading PostActivities for Any Day
We have puzzles, we have books, and many crafty activities to participate in. Come relax play games or chat with the staff.
Shower HouseAll the Essential Needs
We have two main shower-houses with washers and dryers, and a fish cleaning area as well. Any type of cleaning can be done while you stay at Family Camp, so make sure not to forget your soap and quarters!
Policies and Reservations
In accordance with BSA policies we will enforce the following
- For the safety of all participants, pets must stay at home.
- Alcohol & illegal drugs are both prohibited on camp property.
- For safety and fire prevention, smoking is prohibited inside all camp buildings.
- All campers must bring a Health Form with parts A and B completed.
- BSA Aquatic Procedures:
- All campers who participate in water activities must first take the Boy Scout Swimmer’s Test.
- Campers are required to wear life jackets in all camp watercraft.