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Tomahawk 2020 - Mohawk Rules!

Tomahawk July 19th - July 25th, 2020
Meet at Otter Lake Elementary at 10:57 am on Sunday, July 19th
Returning to Otter Lake Elementary around 12 pm Saturday, July 25th
  • Be sure to bring your action packer, day pack, snack bin, etc. 
  • Make sure to have a tent sign
  • Each attendee needs to bring their own life jacket for water activities. 
    • If you do not have access to a life jacket please email Mrs. Koskie at jmgalardy@gmail.com
  • We will be doing health screens before leaving
  • Everyone will need to wear a mask on the drive
  • Pre-loaded gift card for purchases at the Trading Post
Camp Contact Information
Phone number: 715-354-3841
Camp email: info@camptomahawk.org

Mail in Camp On weekdays, Tomahawk accepts daily deliveries from USPS, UPS, FedEx and other carrier services. Mail can take three days to reach Tomahawk.
Mail should be addressed:
Scout Name
Mohawk - Troop 9494
Sioux Camp
Tomahawk Scout Reservation
N1910 Scout Road
Birchwood, WI 54817

Trading Post - visit the trading post site to see what is offered


Tomahawk and COVID-19

WILL WE BE REQUIRED TO WEAR MASKS AT CAMP THIS SUMMER?

Based on guidance from our camp physicians we are recommending that participants wear masks when social distancing cannot be maintained or when in a shared space that includes participants who not from your unit.  We recommend bringing 3 cloth masks to camp so that they can be on a rotation of wearing and washing.

You must bring a mask with you whenever you leave your campsite.

Face coverings must be worn when:
•    Social distance is difficult to maintain. 
•    In areas where there are other troops
•    Riding in vehicles with others
•    Inside any shooting range
•    Inside any climbing area
•    Inside any building
•    Inside the Storm Shelter
•    In the Trading Post
•    Mounting horses at the corral. Mask can be taken off once ride has begun.
•    Riding ATVs
•    Passing others on narrow trails


Face coverings do not need to be worn when:
•    In your campsite where social distance can be maintained
•    Walking down the road to activities where social distance can be maintained
•    In merit badge where social distance can be maintained
•    In close contact with someone from your household who is also in your patrol. Siblings in different patrols should maintain social distance throughout the week. 

HANDWASHING

All campers will need to wash their hands frequently throughout the day. When soap and water is not available hand sanitizer may be used, but only if hands are free of dirt and oil. 

•    Wash your hands before and after all activities. Some activities will require washing or sanitizing hands during an activity. 
•    Wash your hands after using restrooms and showers.
•    Wash your hands before and after visiting the trading post. 
•    Wash your hands before and after meals
•    Wash your hands after you get back to the campsite and before you leave the campsite. 

SOCIAL DISTANCE

Camp is a big place and there is a lot of room to spread out. You should never gather more than 25 people in one place at one time. Maintain 6ft between campers in your campsite as much as possible. Have people spread out during meals and around the campfire each night. During meals you can sit 3 people in the same patrol on a standard 6ft picnic table. Other people may eat on a camp chair, bench or a nice grassy spot overlooking the lake. 
Setup multiple rain flies to create dry spaces for when it rains. Use any tarps you have and get creative.

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