ABOUT YEAR ROUND CAMPING AT CFL

Deicke CabinClick here for fees. Click here to reserve your space.

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, cabin camping, or hosting outdoor events. 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. In any case, Camp Freeland Leslie is a maintained, pristine environment that will give your campers a quality outdoor experience.

  • Close to the ski slopes
  • Close to the Dells
  • Clean, safe, and secure environment
  • Reasonable rates

DEICKE CENTER (CABIN)

The heated Deicke Center cabin is reservable year round and features bunk beds (sleeps 32), 2 separate bathrooms with flush toilets and showers, and a kitchen. The building is located near the entrance to the camp adjacent to a large parking lot for convenience.

  • Bunk beds (sleeps 32)
  • Individual wardrobes for personal gear
  • Heated
  • Flush toilets
  • Heated showers
  • Kitchen
  • Covered porch

TENT CAMPING

Camp Freeland Leslie offers year round tent camping. There are 15 campsites to select from with capacities ranging from 10 campers up to 100 campers. All campsites are equipped with basic equipment for unit camp outs.

  • Partially shaded, spacious camping areas
  • Picnic tables
  • Fire pit and ring
  • Flag pole
  • Bulletin board
  • Multi-stall outhouse
  • Running water and hand washing sink (select months only)
  • Pavilion (select campsites only)

OTHER PROPERTY USES

Camp Freeland Leslie is a fantastic venue for outdoor activities. Our staff is flexible to provide access to camp facilities for outdoor events. Various areas of camp have pavilions that are reservable. Upon request, youth groups can also reserve access to a high ropes and low ropes course or a trap and skeet range at the end of the summer camp season.

  • Over a dozen pavilions of various sizes throughout the camp
  • Open areas (shaded or open)