Tracy Winter Camp provides an overnight winter activity for Boy Scouts and Varsity Scouts. Participants can stay in one of the nine Tracy bunkhouses or choose to brave the elements in a tentsite (provide your own tent).
Activities begin Friday evening with dinner followed by a variety of outdoor winter activities including tubing, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. The rifle range is also open. For those who want to escape the cold, our excellent woodcarving corner will be open or you can building a model rocket to be launched from the frozen surfaces of Taylor Lake in the morning. Friday evening activities conclude with our campfire program in the warmth of the Tracy Lodge.
Saturday begins with breakfast followed by the opening of our activity centers. Rockets will be launched from Taylor Lake mid-morning. The program concludes with lunch.
Please be aware:
To accommodate as many scouts as possible, the system will allow each cabin to be filled to capacity. This means there may be multiple units in each cabin. Please make sure your participant count is accurate when you register. There may be difficulty adding participants later.
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