Camp Freeland Leslie
Camp Freeland Leslie (CFL) is located near Oxford, Wisconsin and is owned and operated by the Boy Scouts of America, Three Fires Council.
Camp Freeland Leslie is a year round camping facility offering the premier patrol-method Boy Scout camp in the Midwest. The camp also hosts Webelos Resident Camps and special camping programs for youth groups.
The outdoor program is one of the predominant features about Scouting that appeals to Scouts, and a week at summer camp is one of the top experiences. Memories and experiences from summer camp last a lifetime. The Three Fires Council has another exciting summer awaiting Scouts at Camp Freeland Leslie, and our mission is to provide every camper with a customer service driven, high quality program. We believe that the patrol method is the heart of Scouting, and that working as a team is the most valuable lifelong skill. Our highly trained staff acts to bring this goal into reality. You can't take the "outing" out of Scouting!
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- Check below for the most current CFL news.
- Basic information about Webelos Resident Camp can be found here.
- Guides, forms, and resources for Webelos Resident Camp can be found here.
- Basic information about Boy Scout Summer Camp can be found here.
- Guides, forms, and resources for Boy Scout Summer Camp can be found here.
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The following dates have been set for the 2015 Repair And Maintenance (R&M) work weekends for Camp Freeland Leslie. Please mark your calendars and attend as many weekends as your schedule will allow. By volunteering your time, you can help us complete many camp improvement projects and participate in great fellowship along the way. Thank you in advance for your continued support of Camp Freeland Leslie. It is only through volunteers like you that allows us to make camp the best it can be.
CFL 2015 SPRING WORK WEEKENDS
#1 – March 20 – 22, 2015
#2 – April 10 – 12, 2015
#3 – April 24 – 26, 2015
#4 – May 1 – 3, 2015
#5 – May 15 – 17, 2015
#6 – May 29 – 31, 2015 (also OA Spring Fellowship)
CFL 2015 POST CAMP WORK WEEKENDS
#1 – September 25 – 27, 2015
#2 – October 9 – 11, 2015
#3 – October 23 – 25, 2015
New and returning volunteers,
Please let me know (e-mail or cell phone) about which dates you will be attending. If you are not able to commit to dates in advance, please let me know prior to each work weekend. We would like to plan for food and have the proper supplies on hand for the various projects. Please feel free to call me if you have any questions.
- Marc Jach (Chairman, Repair & Maintenance Committee, Camp Freeland Leslie, Three Fires Council, BSA)
View MORE photos in the CFL Repair & Maintenance Photo Album!
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 is not in session! Consider CFL for tent camping or for renting the Deicke Cabin. The heated cabin is reservable year round and features bunk beds, 2 separate bathrooms with flush toilets, showers, and a kitchen. The camp is centrally located near many of Wisconsin's finest attractions including ski resorts, bike trails, water parks, rock climbing outposts, spelunking centers, and numerous lakes and rivers.
- Heated cabin
- Flush toilets and heated showers
- Close to the ski slopes
- Close to the Dells
- Clean, safe, and secure environment
- Reasonable rates
Reservations can be made for weekends and weekdays. Contact Ranger Jeff O'Rourke for details.
Many of the programs and facilities at Camp Freeland Leslie are supported by generous donations. Each year, items small and large are contributed to help make camp the best possible camping experience for all Scouts. Once again, we are asking for your help. The camp staff has compiled a donation wish list of items that would improve the program offered during the next camping season. Any donations made are greatly appreciated. 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 at 630-584-9250.
CFL Donation Wish List for the 2014 camping season
Thank you for your help! – The staff at CFL
The Iceberg is back in 2015! This will be its third summer as part of our waterfront Aquatics Program Area during Boy Scout Summer Camp. Do you have what it takes to reach its 14 foot peak? Join us this summer and find out! It is lot's of fun!