Camping is at the heart of the Scouting program. The Winnebago Council prides itself on its camping program. Activities include everything from day and weekend camps, unit and family campouts, to long-term camps and high adventure trips.
The Winnebago Council hosts High-Adventure Scouting activities throughout the year. These activities, like all Scout activities, are designed to be fun while teaching important life skills, teamwork, and self esteem. Generally these are designed for the older Scouts who have earned the rank of First Class. Some programs have age requirements as well.
The Sac-N-Fox Lodge #108 has written a great guide called “Where to Go Camping” which offers some great ideas of places around Iowa to camp as well as most of the essential information on how to camp.
Please note there are no alcoholic beverages allowed on Camp Ingawanis!
Hunting/harvesting of any vegetation or animals is strictly prohibited on Council property.
Ingawanis Adventure Base
|About Ingawanis Adventure Base|
Directions to Ingawanis Adventure Base
Map of Ingawanis Adventure Base
|Ingawanis Adventure Base Facility Rentals|
Ingawanis Adventure Base Facility Rental PDF Form
National Camp Accreditation Program
Summer Camping Programs
|Boy Scout Resident Camp|
Cub Scout Resident Camp
|Cub Scout Day Camp|
Other Outdoor Programs
|COPE Challenge Course and Climbing/Rappelling|
Conservation and Outdoor Ethics
|Resources for Winter Camping||Red Flannel Award|
Florida Sea Base
Northern Tier National High Adventure Bases
High Adventure Trek Planning
Other Places to Camp
|Where to Go Camping||Hoover Scout Trail|