Camp Freeland Leslie is located near Oxford, Wisconsin and is owned & operated by the Boy Scouts of America, Three Fires Council.
Camp Freeland Leslie is the premier patrol-method camp in the Central Region. We believe that the patrol is the heart of Scouting, and that teaching Scouts to work as a team is our most important job. The staff is hard at work, and we look forward to serving you. Please visit this site often as we add new information often, & be sure to check the important announcements and dates as they appear.
VIEW OUR CAMP FREELAND LESLIE VIDEO & SEE WHAT FUN YOU CAN HAVE IN 2014!
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It’s CFL Swim Check Time Again -FLIER
Oswegoland Civic Center - 5 Ashlawn Dr., Oswego, Ill. - June 1st – 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Winrock Pool - 21 Winrock Rd., Montgomery, Ill. - June 4th – 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
To Sign up: Contact the Oswegoland Park District - 630-554-1010
Cost: $ 5.00 for Oswegoland Park District Residents/$8.00 for Non-Residents
It’s CFL Swim Check Time Again!! Norris Recreation Center - 1050 Dunham Rd., St. Charles, IL. 60174 - FLIER WITH INFO
May 10th – noon – 3:30 pm (½ hour time slots) Or May 25th – noon – 3:30 pm (½ hour time slots) To register for your ½ hour time slot contact: Three Fires Council Office – Laura Roegner @ 630-584-9250 ext. 100 / Cost: Free to Norris Recreation Center members – otherwise: $4 for resident Scouts/$5 non-resident scouts/$7 for resident Adults/$8.00 Non-Resident Adults
We have a new CFL Staff Kitchen stove and stainless steel serving table that have installed for the 2014 camping season. Many thanks to Gerry Senn for his leadership & assistance on this project!
The link below is a list of items that Camp Freeland Leslie could really use for the 2014 camping season. Some of these are small things & some are very large but any of these items would help our program at CFL. If you can assist with securing any of these items or wish to make a donation toward specific items, please contact the Norris Scout Center 630-584-9250. Thank you for your help! – The folks at CFL
CFL Donation Wish List for 2014
The CFL Merit Badge & Program Registration sign-ups for all sessions of camp are now OPEN. We have moved to our new website and have migrated our old sign-up system to a new more functional program which will be easier for you to use and for us to manage. Returning users no longer need a username & password to access the system. With this new system, once you have all your Scouts & adults registered for their merit badges, trainings and other program options, we will be able to generate you a nice Excel merit badge report (if requested) containing your selections in a grid format for easy proofing or use at camp. The sign-up portals are located on the left sidebar under the registration links.
Is your Scout Troop or Crew looking for a great place to go weekend camping or winter camping? Camp Freeland Leslie is open all year long for camping when Summer Camp Season is not in session! CFL makes a great place to tent camp or consider renting the Deicke Cabin. Deicke is a year round heated building that features bunk beds, 2 separate bathrooms with flush toilets, showers and a kitchen. Rental fees are based on weekend usage, but can be adapted for weekdays. CFL is near many of Wisconsin's finest attractions including ski resorts, bike trails, water parks & numerous lakes & rivers.Enjoy Your Troops Next Ski Weekend at CFL. Close to the Slopes - Close to The Dells. - Clean, Safe, Secure Environment. - Reasonable Rates. Contact Ranger Josh Kirkham for details. Property Usage Fees
The following dates have been set as the 2014 pre-camp and post-camp R&M work weekends for Camp Freeland Leslie. Please check your calendar and plan on attending as many weekends as your schedule will allow. These weekends allow for the completion of many projects as well as great fellowship and fun. Thank you for your continued support of Camp Freeland Leslie in making camp the best it can be so the Scouts who attend camp can enjoy an experience they will not soon forget. Prior to each scheduled weekend, I will send out a reminder e-mail to determine attendance so we can plan for food and have necessary materials on hand for the various projects.
Spring #1 – March 21 – 23, 2014
Spring #2 – April 4 – 6, 2014
Spring #3 – April 25 – 27, 2014
Spring #4 – May 2 – 4, 2014
Spring #5 – May 30 – June 1, 2014 (also OA Spring Fellowship)
Spring #6 – June 6 – June 8, 2014 (small group to assist with final camp setup)
CFL 2014 Post Camp Work Weekends
Fall #1 – September 19 – 21, 2014 – Water System Winterization
Fall #2 – October 17 – 19, 2014
Jeff O’Rourke - CFL Repair & Maintenance Committee Chairman
View MORE photos in the CFL Repair & Maintenance Photo Album!
We have a new program in our waterfront Aquatics Program Area. Enjoy climbing the new CFL 14 foot tall Iceberg! It is lot's of fun! See you at camp! To see more photos of our iceberg in use, click on CFL Aquatics Album in our Photo Gallery or or See our Iceberg VIDEO!