Camp Shin-Go-BeekLocated in Central Wisconsin in a picture-perfect wilderness our camp provides a wonderful outdoor experience. With a backdrop of beautiful forests and glacial lakes Scouts will find there is a great opportunity at Shin-Go-Beek to participate in outstanding programs like the "Eagle Quest."The camp's 550 acres of natural splendor are home to 11 scenic campsites.Meal preparation is done for campers and served in Shin-Go-Beek's Dining Hall. And no meal is complete without skits and songs from the Staff.For older Scouts and adult leaders camp also offers courses in Trek Safely Safe Swim Defense Safety Afloat Climb On Safely as well as BSA Aquatics Supervision Swimming and Water Rescue and Leave No Trace. Youth Protection Training is also available for leaders.This camp has great outdoor Scouting programs. The Scoutcraft area provides opportunities that cover a full array of traditional camp merit badges. The Camp Shin-Go-Beek staff offers every Scout a very dynamic Aquatics program including basic swim instruction. Scouts will be able to participate in Shooting Sports Climbing and Handicraft and Ecology/Conservation. Camp Shin-Go-Beek staff is dedicated to making your adventure special.The Eagle Quest Departmentat Camp Shin-Go-Beek has many of the same values as a traditional "First Year Camper" program but goes significantly more in depth. The program focuses on rank advancement with numerous activities geared for both younger and older Scouts. Eagle Quest is a destination for all campers.Outpost ProgramsHigh Adventure Canoe triptakes you on a 4-day and 3-night scenic adventure on the Flambeau River. Two of our experienced staff will be your guides as you paddle along this beautiful river. You will have great opportunities to fish swim have fun and even tackle several sets of rapids.Logger's Camp Outpost lets Scouts use a real forge to make tools out of hot steel. Scouts will have an opportunity to make musket balls cook cobbler and work on their Paul Bunyan Award.Wilderness Survival Scoutsget to work on their survival skills building a shelter and sleeping in the backwoods of camp. Guided by experienced staff Scouts will have fun braving the Northwoods of Wisconsin.