Chippewa is one of the most centrally-located campsites in Treasure Valley, with no more than a 7- to 8-minute walk to most program areas. Appropriate for medium-sized troops, Chippewa has four well-defined patrol sites holding eight Scouts each. An additional two-person tent is available for junior leaders. The single leader tent is one of the few oversized 12 foot by 16 foot tents in camp, leaving plenty of space for unit leaders and their equipment. The site includes a hard-roofed shelter and a pit tank latrine. Both feature solar-powered LED lighting systems (summer only), so you can cut back on or eliminate entirely propane lanterns. Chippewa is not a designated troop cooking site, but the hard-roofed shelter has the cooking extension for extra troop equipment storage space. This campsite is available for fall-winter-spring camping, though the access road is not plowed in winter. Parking and water are available at the nearby Magee Lodge.
- Guests: 36
- Amenities: Co-Ed Friendly, Fire Pit, Latrine, Picnic Table(s), Seasonal Water, Shelter, Solar Lights
- Bed Type: Tent Platforms
- Categories: Campsite
Prices start at: $50 for 2 nights