Franklin L. Cary Camp
Sagamore Council, Boy Scouts of America
6286 State Road 26 East
Lafayette, IN 47905
Telephone 765-447-1990
  Franklin L. Cary Camp
Sagamore Council, Boy Scouts of America
6286 State Road 26 East
Lafayette, IN 47905
Telephone 765-447-1990

Franklin L. Cary Camp

Cary Camp Gateway

Franklin Levering Cary Camp (usually called just "Cary Camp") is one of two camps operated by the Sagamore Council, Boy Scouts of America. Cary Camp, 125 wooded acres just east of Lafayette, Indiana, in the Council's Wabash Valley District, is used for most of the Council's Cub Scout programs. Camp Buffalo, on the banks of the Tippecanoe River 9 miles north of Monticello, Indiana, hosts most of the Council's Boy Scout programs. Cary Camp is also the home of the Takachsin Lodge, Order of the Arrow.

The Cary Camp Trading Post/Scout Shop is open during summer camp programs, just before each monthly Roundtable, and other times by appointment. To make an appointment, please call the camp number at least 24 hours in advance. As of February, 2013, the Trading Post carries rank advancement emblems and insignia.

Most of Cary Camp's facilities are available for rent, both to Boy Scout groups and to the general public.

footbridge
Lots of trails lace Cary Camp together
This page last modified at 1:04 PM on February 15, 2013.
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