Located near Oxford, Wisconsin at beautiful Camp Freeland Leslie, Webelos and parents can experience four days and three nights on 500 acres of Wisconsin hills, meadows, and forests. If you have been a part of Webelos day camp and are ready for an exciting new program, then this is for you! Swim in or boat on beautiful Lake Emrick, one of the cleanest lakes in Wisconsin. Perfect archery and pellet gun shooting skills on advanced ranges. Hike the winding trails and participate in nature activities. Develop outdoor camping and survival skills. Investigate the arts of craftsmanship and showmanship. Cook a meal on an open fire. Space is limited and fills up fast, so register today!


The outdoor program is one of the predominant features about Scouting that appeals to Scouts, and a week at summer camp is one of the top experiences. Memories and experience from summer camp last a lifetime. The Three Fires Council has another exciting summer awaiting Scouts at Camp Freeland Leslie, and our mission is to provide every camper with a customer service driven, high quality program. You can't take the "outing" out of Scouting!


Session 1: June 8-11 (Saturday-Tuesday)
Session 2: June 14-17 (Friday-Monday)
NEW THIS YEAR Session 3 AT CAMP BIG TIMBER in Elgin, IL: July 25-28 (Thursday-Sunday)


Planning for the next summer camp season has begun! Ensure that your planning before camp goes smoothly to maximize the experience at camp. There are many resources available to help you prepare for summer camp. The most important of these resources is your Scout's unit leadership. Make sure to communicate with your unit’s leaders to ask questions and understand what to expect within the context of your unit’s operations. A summary of camp programs, activities, and advancement opportunities can be found in the Webelos Resident Camp Parent and Leader Guide (2019 guide being updated) (found on our Forms and Guides page. Unit leaders and parents should also browse the available resources. In particular, check out our suggested packing list.


Webelos Resident Camp at CFL is packed full of fun activities for both youth and adults. Each camp session has a campwide theme in which the Scouts participate all week. The flexible daily open programs operate in the morning, afternoon, and evening. Advancement opportunities abound including 14 Adventure Pins and over 5 additional Cub Scout awards offered through our camp's five program areas. There is swimming and boating at the Waterfront area, nature and fishing at the Nature area, camping and outdoor skills at the Scoutcraft area, archery and pellet guns at the Shooting Sports area, and handicrafts at the New Frontiers area. Numerous additional outdoor activities take place including foil pack cooking, model rocket launching, human foosball, team sports, rock climbing, minigolf, nature hikes, astronomy hikes, and campfires. Take a look at our Webelos Program page or browse the Webelos Resident Camp Parent and Leader Guide (2019 guide being updated) for more detailed information.