Innovation is one of the most important parts of Many Point. We believe that our success is our ability to be flexible and change with the changing needs of scouts and scouters that come to camp every season. This year Many Point started a Frontier Outpost, where scouts learn the basics of logging, branding, and building in the Frontier of the 1800’s. Scouts enter a land in the past. William Thompson and Fred Peake are your guides through Frontier, the will give you all the knowledge and tools to begin your adventure. The pictures above show only a part of all you can experiences on the New Frontier.
It is always fun taking a canoe trip onto Many Point Lake, but when you get to take photos of all the fun scouts are having it sometimes becomes a challenge to get all the shots at once. However, on a busy friday afternoon I was able to catch scouts finishing their kayaking trip, some distance sailors and the scouts on Huck Finn raft. Scouts were excited to be out on the lake on a nice warm day, kayaking and meeting other boaters around the lake. In each activity the scouts could not stop sharing their excitement with me as well as the other scouts participating. Everyday the staff at Many Point provide great outdoor program for scouts to experience the outdoors in new exciting ways.
Some days I feel like relaxing and just having some good old fashion fun. Scouts were having a blast jumping, swimming and canoeing in Flintlock bay, not worried about anything. The sun was shinning, the water was at a perfect temperature and the scouts were ready to have a good time in the lake. As I paddled my way out to the Huck Finn raft, scouts were anticipating me taking pictures of some sweet jumps off the raft. Sometimes you do not need a book, or lesson plan, you just need a big raft and a lot of water to have some FUN!
Every child at one time or another time wants a treehouse, a fort, a place just for themselves. Many Point makes this wish come true for scouts who can spend entire afternoons and evenings in a treehouse.
Eating, playing games, transporting equipment between both treehouse(s), and making some cool gadgets (you find out more when you sign up) are some of the activities scouts can participate in while doing the Treehouse program. All this is included with the experience of learning to live greener within nature.
Both tree houses are powered by solar panels for light and other devices. At the end of the night, scouts and staff get to enjoy an incredible sunset and sleep under the star (in the trees). Sign up today for your Treehouse experience.