LeFeber Northwoods Camps (LNC) is located approximately 220 miles north of Milwaukee in Forest County. It comprimises approzimately 1,140 acres in th emidst of the Nicolet National Forest. THe wilderness setting and abundant wildlife make LNC a truly unique Scouting experience.
Check out these customized programs that will bring adventure to even the most experienced Scouts and Scouters. A variety of programs both on and off camp property to add adventure and excitement to your camp experience. Trek orientation and planning occurs weekly on Monday mornings; the camp staff Trek Leader will gladly assist your unit to set up your ideal program. Please browse our “BASECAMP” bulletin, which offers complete details on planning and preparing for adventure treks. Copies are available through the Council’s Camping Department. For a sample of the many wilderness adventure opportunities at LeFeber Northwoods Camps and Robert S. Lyle Scout Reservation click here.
The Robert S. Lyle Scout Reservation is a 640 acre wilderness Boy Scout Camp. The camp, located 25 miles Northeast of Antigo, WI.,encompasses two lakes, Aninan and Perch, and access to the Wolf River. The camp serves approximately 800 youth with 350 adult leaders attending each summer.
One of the unique program aspects of the Robert S. Lyle Scout Reservation is patrol cooking. All food is provided to the campers, but the boys themselves must cook the food in their campsites utilizing dutch ovens, campfires, and other outdoor cooking techniques. Patrol cooking is one of the best ways for young men to apply the skills they’ve learned in the Scouting program.