What is Owasippe?
Owasippe Scout Reservation is America’s premier Boy Scout camp, founded in 1911. Located 7 miles east of Whitehall, Michigan, Owasippe features 4,800 acres of pristine forest perfect for camping, hiking, fishing, and general recreation. During the summer, Owasippe is home to two Boy Scout section camps, a Webelos Resident camp, a family camp, and a High Adventure base. The rest of the year, Owasippe offers tent and cabin camping to facilitate hiking, biking, skiing, snowshoeing, and many other recreation activities. Owasippe is owned and operated by the Chicago Area Council, but Scouts from everywhere are welcome.
Summer Camp at Owasippe
Year-Round Activities at Owasippe
Lake Cabins Map