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Scouting in Minnesota has a long history, from the 1910s to the present day, serving thousands of youth in programs that suit the environment in which they live. Contents 1 Early history (1910-1950) 2 Recent history (1950-1990) 3 Boy Scouting in Minnesota today 3.1 Central Minnesota Council 3.1.1 Parker Scout Reservation 3.2 Gamehaven Council 3.2.1 Blue Ox Lodge 3.2.2 Gamehaven Paddles 3.3 Gateway Area Council 3.4 Northern Star Council 3.5 Northern Lights Council 3.5.1 Camp Wilderness 3.6 Sioux Council 3.7 Twin Valley Council 3.7.1 Cuyuna Scout Camp 3.8 Voyageurs Area Council 4 Girl Scouting in Minnesota Today 4.1 Girl Scouts - Dakota Horizons 4.2 Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin Lakes and Pines Council 4.3 Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys 5 Scouting museums in Minnesota 6 See also 7 References 8 External links Early history (1910-1950) This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. Recent history (1950-1990) This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. Boy Scouting in Minnesota today There are eight Boy Scouts of America local councils serving Minnesota. In addition, the Northern Tier National High Adventure Bases of the BSA is located in Minnesota. Central Minnesota Council CMC is headquartered in Sartell, Minnesota. Ranging from Nevis and Park Rapids in the northwest to Elk River in the southeast, the council serves 46 communities in the area. Central Minnesota Council is made up of four districts: North Star District Pine Tree District Scenic District Gateway District Parker Scout Reservation Central Minnesota Council is home to Parker Scout Reservation, which was established in 1941 by Clyde Parker. The Camp sits on 256 acres (1.0 km2) of wooded land on North Long Lake north of Brainerd, Minnesota. Gamehaven Council Gamehaven Scouting serves seven counties in southeast Minnesota. From its council office located in Rochester MN, its area ranges from Red Wing MN to Winona MN to Owatonna MN and is bordered to the south by Iowa and the east by Wisconsin. In Rochester alone, there are more than 2,000 Scouts, including 26 Cub Scout packs (grades first through fifth) and more than 20 Boy Scout troops (sixth grade through age 18). For older youth, Venturing is a high adventure outdoor program while Explorer Posts partner with firms like the Mayo Clinic, Cascade Veterinary Hospital, Gold Cross Ambulance, and Rochester Police to offer career development activities (age 14 through 21, coed). Gamehaven Scouting consists of these districts: Hiawatha District Sugar Loaf District Wakpaota District Blue Ox Lodge Gamehaven Scouting is supported by Blue Ox Lodge #26 of the Order of the Arrow. Gamehaven Paddles Gamehaven Scouting has volunteers who are certified by the American Canoe Association in both canoeing and kayaking. Youth awards and leader training is available on request to in-council, other councils, and to the public. Our kayak fleet ranges from recreational kayaks appropriate for Webelos Scouts to kayaks suitable for training for Lake Superior and Seabase trips. Gamehaven provides solo canoe training with Wenonah Argosy solo canoes as well as traditional tandem canoeing. Check out the Google Group called Gamehaven Paddles. Gateway Area Council Main article: Scouting in Wisconsin Gateway Area Council serves Scouts in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Northern Star Council Main article: Northern Star Council Located in Saint Paul, Minnesota, Northern Star Council was formed from the merger of Viking Council and Indianhead Council in 2005. Northern Lights Council Main article: Scouting in North Dakota As of 2006, Northern Lights Council serves all of North Dakota, and parts of South Dakota, northwest Minnesota and northeast Montana. Camp Wilderness Northern Lights Council is home to Camp Wilderness (47°05′38″N 94°56′38″W / 47.094°N 94.944°W / 47.094; -94.944 (Camp Wilderness, BSA)), located on Bad Axe Lake near Emmaville, Minnesota in Hubbard County, Minnesota . Founded by Herman Stern in 1946, Camp Wilderness is a 2,400-acre (10 km2) camp. On August 18, 2006, the camp celebrated its 60th Anniversary by opening the Butler Wilderness Outpost, a Cub Scout camp for the scouts to attend. Camp Wilderness is, in area, the largest Boy Scout camp owned and operated by an area Scouting Council, although the National Council owns the much-larger Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico, and the slightly larger Charles L. Sommers Canoe Base, also located in Minnesota. Sioux Council Main article: Scouting in South Dakota Headquartered in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Sioux Council serves Scouts in South Dakota, Iowa and Minnesota. Buffalo Ridge District serves Lincoln, Lyon, and Murray counties in Minnesota. Camp Shetek is located in Murray County on Lake Shetek near Currie, Minnesota. Prairie Hills District serves Pipestone, Nobles, and Rock counties in Minnesota. Twin Valley Council Located in Mankato MN. Great Bend District North Star District Sioux Trails District Southern Trails District Cuyuna Scout Camp Twin Valley Council is home to Cuyuna Scout Camp, established as Camp Cuyuna in 1967. The Camp sits on 680 acres (2.8 km2) of wooded land surrounded by six lakes (Goodrich, Little Pickerel, Big Pickerel, Lily, Grass, Cranberry). Additionally, Lake Russell (originally Command Lake) sits entirely within the boundaries of Cuyuna Scout Camp. Cuyuna Scout Camp ("Cuyuna," for short) is located northeast of Crosslake, Minnesota. The camp is unique in design and concept; unlike most Boy Scout camps, which emphasize the troop method, Cuyuna utilizes the patrol method. Campsites are arranged for boys to sleep and eat as patrols with a central troop assembly area. Patrols draw their rations from a central Commissary and cook all of their meals together except for two Camp-wide meals, on Sunday and Friday nights. Voyageurs Area Council Main article: Voyageurs Area Council Headquartered in Hermantown, Minnesota, Voyageurs Area Council serves Scouts in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan. Its Order of the Arrow Lodge is Ka'niss Ma'ingan Lodge #196. Girl Scouting in Minnesota Today Three Girl Scout Councils serve Minnesota. Girl Scouts - Dakota Horizons See Scouting in South Dakota. Serves a large portion of northwestern Minnesota and Rock County in southwestern Minnesota. Headquarters: Sioux Falls, South Dakota Web Site: Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin Lakes and Pines Council Lakes and Pines Council serves 11,000 girls in 39 counties throughout the northern half of Minnesota and northwest corner of Wisconsin. Northern Pine and Land of Lakes Councils joined together Jan. 1, 2008 to form Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin Lakes and Pines. Headquarters: Waite Park, Minnesota Website: Camps: Camp Roundelay is 620 acres (2.5 km2) near Minong, Wisconsin Northern Lakes Canoe Base is 20 miles (32 km) north of Ely, Minnesota and near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness Camp Shingobee Timbers is 170 acres (0.69 km2) in Chippewa National Forest near Walker, Minnesota Camp Sanderson is 33 acres (130,000 m2) near Spicer, MN. Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys In partnership with 18,000 adult volunteers, the Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys helps nearly 45,000 girls each year—in all or portions of 49 counties in southern Minnesota and western Wisconsin. Headquarters: St. Paul, Minnesota Website: Camps: Camp Elk River is 1,200 acres (4.9 km2) near Zimmerman, MN. Camp Lakamaga is near Marine, MN. Camp Northwoods is 420 acres (1.7 km2) near Mason, WI. Camp Singing Hills is 160 acres (0.65 km2) near Waterville, MN Camp Whispering Hills is near Houston, MN Scouting museums in Minnesota Main article: Scouting museums Many Point Scout Camp History Center North Star Museum of Boy Scouting and Girl Scouting, North Saint Paul, Minnesota See also Scouting portal Scouting in Manitoba Scouting in Ontario References External links Boy Scout Council Websites Central Minnesota Council Gamehaven Council Northern Star Council Sioux Council Twin Valley Council Voyageurs Area Council Girl Scout Council Websites Cannon Valley Council Greater Minneapolis Council Land of Lakes Council Northern Pine Council Peacepipe Council River Trails Council Saint Croix Valley Council v · d · eScouting in the United States Scouting organizations Baden-Powell Scouts' Association · Boy Scouts of America · Girl Scouts of the USA · International Scout and Guide Fellowship Scouts-in-Exile Külföldi Magyar Cserkészszövetség · Organization of Russian Young Pathfinders · Polish Scouting Association Scout-like organizations American Heritage Girls · Awana · Camp Fire USA · Pathfinders · SpiralScouts International  · Royal Rangers · Woodcraft Indians Historical organizations American Boy Scouts · Boy Rangers of America · Lone Scouts of America · New England Boy Scouts · Rhode Island Boy Scouts · Sons of Daniel Boone · Woodcraft Indians Other organizations Alpha Phi Omega · American Indian Scouting Association · U.S. Scouting Service Project  Scouting by State States Alabama · Alaska · Arizona · Arkansas · California · Colorado · Connecticut · Delaware · Florida · Georgia · Hawaii · Idaho · Illinois · Indiana · Iowa · Kansas · Kentucky · Louisiana · Maine · Maryland · Massachusetts · Michigan · Minnesota · Mississippi · Missouri · Montana · Nebraska · Nevada · New Hampshire · New Jersey · New Mexico · New York · North Carolina · North Dakota · Ohio · Oklahoma · Oregon · Pennsylvania · Rhode Island · South Carolina · South Dakota · Tennessee · Texas · Utah · Vermont · Virginia · Washington · West Virginia · Wisconsin · Wyoming Federal district Washington, D.C. 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