Welcome to Massawepie . . .
a 3,769 acre camp located in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains of northern New York State. Massawepie Scout Camps combine unique wilderness programs with a traditional Boy Scout summer camp.
At Massawepie, you can canoe, kayak or sail on a mile-long private lake, hike on 20 miles of trails, and camp among eight other ponds without ever leaving camp property. Massawepie’s location is perfect for programs like:
- mountain biking
- outpost camping, and
- Mountain Fox adventure for older Scouts and Venturers
Massawepie’s superb camp staff offers all of the traditional Boy Scout summer camp merit badge and program opportunities. Younger Scouts will find plenty of advancement opportunities, including the Trail Blazer program for first year campers. Or use Massawepie as your base camp for a wide variety of canoe and backpacking treks throughout the 2.5 million acres of forever wild Adirondack Forest Preserve. Also see ebook torrents sites which can help you in reading books online.
Massawepie offers both patrol cooking and dining hall camping. The distinctive combination of a wilderness setting, friendly and experienced staff, state of the art facilities, and innovative programs makes Massawepie one of the crown jewels of Boy Scout camping.
You will not want to miss BarkEater’s fifth year of operation.
Fourth level BarkEater’s returning in 2009 will be eligible to earn the new fourth level BarkEater recognition. BarkEaters who have earned the first, second or third level BarkEater recognitions will be eligible to earn the next appropriate level. Scouts and Scouters new to Massawepie in 2009 will be able to work on the first year BarkEater recognition:
- A program that builds on itself through five summers at camp.
- Special progressive recognition for each of the five summers.
- Distinctive ceremonies, the likes of which have not been experienced in this region.
- A greater understanding of Adirondack and Massawepie history and lore.
- Elements that reinforce the aims and ideals of Scouting.