The 2010 Where to Go Camping Guide — The 2010 Where to Go Camping Booklet includes a wide variety of information. In this edition, Lenapehoking Lodge IX focused on our council-owned camps and other council-owned camps in New Jersey, Southeastern New York, and Eastern Pennsylvania. This booklet also includes information on national, state and county parks, historic trails and other places of interest, mostly in the same areas.
Glen Gray — Originally developed in 1917 as a Boy Scout camp. Nestled among thousand’s of acres of county and state park lands, there is never a lack of things to do and see. Every cabin has a wood burning stove to keep you warm. Many of the cabins also have electricity. Hosts lots of scout events (e.g., Merit Badge Fairs, Arctic Challenge, Spook-a-Ree, Orienteering, Wilderness Survival, etc.)
Ockanickon Scout Reservation — The camp was founded in 1941 and named after a Lenape chief who assisted William Penn in the exploration of the Bucks Country area. The camp is run as a weekend camp during spring, fall and winter, and as a full-time summer camp during the summer. There are fifteen separate camp sites, and a wide range of activities and programs including the first ever Scout Science Center.
Stokes State Forest — A New Jersey state park located in Sussex County. The breathtaking and panoramic view from Sunrise Mountain along the Appalachian Trail rewards the hiker who has trekked up the steep side of the mountain. This camp is famous for its impressive beauty, whether it is at the top of a mountain ridge or in the cool and fragrant Tillman Ravine with its rushing stream and steep cliffs. Hikers, campers, fishermen and photographers alike are attracted to its wild setting.