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Tomahawk 2021 - Mohawk Rules!

Week 5: Sunday, July 18th - Saturday, July 24th, 2021

***COVID-19 and Tomahawk***

Cost (approx.)

First Year Scouts: $370 (Additional cost covers Brownsea fees, snack bin, and cinch bag.)
Non-first year scouts: $355
Scouts participating in Older Scout Program: additional $5 - $30 depending on program
Adults: $150/week or $30/day (3 days or more includes Tomahawk Troop t-shirt, 1 or 2 days - add $10 for t-shirt)

Scout cost includes camp fee, meals, transportation and t-shirt. 
Scout Buck accounts will be charged for camp on Tuesday, May 18th
***Any Scout signing up after May 18th will be accessed a $10 late fee.***
Final sign-up deadline is Tuesday, June 1st

Merit Badges & Older Scout Programs 

First year scouts will be doing Nature and Geocaching merit badges during the Brownsea program.

All scouts are required to fill out the merit badge and activities preferences survey on the sign-up sheets page. 
***Deadline for completing the survey for MB & Activity sign-up is May 18th.***

CLICK HERE for more information about the Merit Badges.

CLICK HERE for more information about the Older Scout Programs.
*** Deadline for sign-up for Older Scout Programs is April 6th.***
You must complete the merit badge and activities preference survey to sign-up for the Older Scout Programs.

Departure Time

We will be departing from Otter Lake Elementary School. Please arrive in Class A uniform with Class B underneath and with all gear by 10:57 am for check-in. We will be doing health screens before leaving. 

Return Time

Scouts and gear will be brought back to Otter Lake Elementary School around 1:00pm on Saturday, July 24th.

Health Forms and Background Checks 

Everyone attending camp will need to have a health form and physical, parts A-C completed prior to arrival.  Two printed copies of the health form and insurance card are due to Clint Koskie by June 29th. If you are unable to provide the copies by the deadline please contact Clint Koskie by email at 

If you are an adult who would like to help at Tomahawk and plan to stay longer than 72 hours, you must fill out an adult application, submit to a background check and complete Youth Protection training. If you have questions regarding adult registration, please contact Eric Stetz at or 612-810-9751.

Emergency Contact

If you will not be home during the week your scout is at camp, please provide us with a number at which you can be reached, or with an alternate contact in case of emergency.

Camp Contact Information

Phone number: 715-354-3841
Camp email:

Mail in Camp 

We encourage you to write to your scout while he is at camp. Please do not make your scout homesick by telling him how much you miss him or how much fun you are having without him. 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

Personal Gear

Scouts should pack for a week-long trip; see the packing list. Scouts will need to provide their own dish, bowl, cup and eating utensils. The troop will provide the necessary cooking equipment. "Action Packers" or similar sealed tubs to hold gear are recommended. It keeps their gear dry even during monsoon rain. Do not pack any food in with the personal gear (see "Snack Bins" section below). Scouts should bring spending money for the trading post. Preloaded Visa gift cards are recommended but cash is okay too. You can pre-order Tomahawk clothing from the online trading post starting on April 15th. To see a breakdown on typical pricing of items click here.

Personal radios, tape/CD players are allowed and MUST be used with headphones. Scouts are not permitted to bring video games, cell phones, two-way radios or other electronic gear. Aside from the disruptive effect they have on the campsite, they rarely survive the camping experience. 

Snack Bins

Scouts are permitted to bring a small snack bin with pop and snacks. DO NOT BRING ANYTHING WITH PEANUTS OR TREE NUTS OR THAT WILL MELT! Snack bins will be available for purchase at a Scout meeting. First years are provided one. We want all snack bins to be the same, so they stack easily in the troop trailer. The snack bins and any other food item will NOT be permitted in tents and will be stored in the troop trailer at night. No food of any type should be packed in your Scouts' personal gear. Tomahawk comes fully equipped with raccoons, mice, chipmunks, and bears.

Tent Signs

Scouts are required to make a sign for their tent. The signs must have the scouts first name and at least the first letter of their last name. The letters can be painted, carved or engraved on the material. The only requirements are that the signs be durable, legible and the letters at least two inches high. The sign can be on a stake or hang from the tent. Note: cardboard doesn't hold up very well in a camping environment unless it is covered with some sort of clear plastic.