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Buckskin Camp 
2001
Ten Chiefs Camp  2000
Voyageur Camp  2002
Flintlock
Family Camp

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Many Point Maps
Leader Handbook
Camp Forms
Patch Museum

Site Availability

 

The patch shown above is the official 2008 Many Point Patch!  The stars and words glow in the dark!
 

Many Point is the second largest Scout Camp in the United States covering over 2,400 acres of woods and lakes located near Park Rapids, MN.  Scouts from the Twin Cities and all over the world have enjoyed this camp since it opened in 1946.  Featuring over 8 miles of waterfront activity on two lakes; hiking; bicyling; horse back riding; pioneering; and 30 Merit Badge programs, there are activities for everyone!  Many Point is located in the White Earth State Forest and borders the 43,000 acre Tamarac Wildlife Refuge.  There are also regular overnite outings to the Itasca National Park and the headwaters of the Mississippi.  Troops from Outside of the Viking Council are welcome to attend Many Point Scout Camp.

Forms and Manuals for Many Point Scout Camp
          Note:  A number of the forms are broken out for individual printing
          and most use the PDF Format
2002 Leaders Guide (pdf 700K)

2003 Site Availability Information

Many Point Maps
What's the weather like today at Many Point?
Full Color Many Point Brochure
(pdf 400K)
Many Point Scout Camp  &  Council Patch Museum

Slide Show of Many Point Patches

Build the Many Point Patch Puzzle

Related Many Point Links:

Manypoint.org website
 
Many Point Alumni Association
 
Voyageur Home Page
   2002    2001   2000   
Ten Chiefs Home Page
   2001    2000    1999
Flintlock Home Page
   2001    2000    1999
Buckskin Camp
   2001    2000     1999
 

Many Point Scout Camp
     Ponsford, MN 56575
     (218) 573-3257 (Summers Only)

 

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This site was the original council site and was active from 1996 to 2002 and run by volunteers.  As the web became more important to Scouting, the council took over with paid staff.  This site is no longer maintained but is an interesting snapshot of an early Scouting web site.    You can share your comments
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Last Update September 01, 2008