Many Point Scout Camp, that's the place for me!

A Look Into The Past

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The cultural history of the people who have lived near Many Point is rich. Scouts have the opportunity to visit the Many Point History Center to learn about the Ojibwe and Dakota, voyageurs, loggers, sportsmen and Boy Scouts that have called Many Point home.

Many Point Staff Alumni Association historians have spent countless hours making this museum a place that is dedicated to sharing the story of these people groups. In one part, Scouts take a guided tour through time and see how each group has shaped the land and how they themselves add to the rich history of the people. Another part of the museum is dedicated to the history of camp and explores how camp life has changed from 1946 to the present. Scouts have a blast as they see how phones used to work or how the camp functioned without electricity. Patch enthusiasts also enjoy a collection of both historical and more current items.


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