Scouting Doesn’t Get Better Than This.
At Camp Tecumseh we’re committed to partnering with your troop to create lasting experiences that build courage, confidence, and character, and encourage your scouts to make the world a better place.
Let Us Handle the Logistics
Tecumseh makes scouting easy. With hearty meals prepared by our expert kitchen staff, first-class winterized cabins with attached restrooms, personable and fun-loving staff members who lead activities, and hundreds of natural acreage waiting to be explored, we take away the headaches of planning a scouting trip so you can focus on what matters most: your scouts.
Girl Scout Month Badgework
March is made for Girl Scouts at Camp Tecumseh. During available retreats weekend, we offer special programs to earn girl scout badges. While badgework is only available in March, we invite scout troops to attend on any available weekend from January-May and Mid-August-December.
Letterboxing is an amazing adventure game played by people all over the world. Use your curiosity and join in. To play, you follow clues to find a hidden box with special items inside. In North America, there are thousands of letterboxes. Maybe there’s one hidden near you right now
Our five senses are our connection to everything around us. they work together to let us see, hear, smell, taste, and touch the world around us. Use all of the senses to learn more about our environment.
Imagine meeting a monkey or kicking up dust with a kangaroo. These animals live in the wild, so we don’t get to spend time with them in their natural homes — their habitats. But that doesn’t mean we can’t find out more about where they live, how they play, and how we can help them!
Books and movies are full of amazing detectives solving mysteries and bringing criminals to justice. their jobs are important, exciting, and take serious skills. Grab your magnifying glass and dive into the science of detecting!
Grow your imagination and expand you know (or thought you knew!) by stepping out into the night. turn out the lights and prepare to discover the beauty and mystery of the world after the sun goes down.
Picture this: You nock (or place) an arrow onto a bow, hook your fingers around the string, draw it back, eye your target, and release! Bull’s-eye! Archery is an exciting sport that takes strength, focus, good form, and practice. Get ready to challenge yourself as you build your archery skills and learn how to shoot on a range.
* Badge descriptions come directly from Girl Scout Activity Sets
Cub Scout/Boy Scout Campouts
Camp Tecumseh is a great place to bring a Boy Scout or Cub Scout pack for a weekend campout. We can accommodate groups as large as 600 and as small as 10. Scouts young and old will enjoy the scenic trails as well as the many activities available to you.
Troop Retreat Weekend Activities
All weekend visits to Camp Tecumseh include a variety of activities for guests to enjoy. Our Staffed Activity areas are open for guests on Saturdays from 9:00 to 11:45 a.m. and 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. and Sundays from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Our non-staffed program areas are available to guests at anytime during their stay. Some require you to bring your own equipment.
Activities vary by weekend, but generally include:
- Riflery ($1.00/10 shots – limit 20 shots per guest)
- Climbing Wall
- Black Hole Slide
- Bullet Slide
- Canoeing/Paddleboating (April-October, weather permitting)
- Nature Center
- Candle Making ($2/candle)
- Horseback Rides ($9/rider)
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