Dining Hall

Rifle range

Blackhawk Ecology/Conservation

Water Sports Merit Badge

Relaxing After Dining Hall Dinner

Relaxing After Dining Hall Dinner


Register for a 2020 Camp Blackhawk experience (PTAC Link)


Camp Blackhawk lies on the shores of Big Blue Lake and is rich in tradition, with roots dating back to the early days of Scouting.  So many generations of Scouting footprints have traversed the trails of Blackhawk, that these paths have become firmly embedded in the landscape surrounding Big Blue. 

Blackhawk with its long standing traditions, also has a newer flair with its modern dining hall filled three times a day with Owasippe’s genuine hospitality.

The campsites, whether they be up on the hill overlooking the lake or scattered through the woods are never far from Big Blue.  The sites have modern amenities, flush toilets and a shower.  Wall tents, set up on platforms with two cots, make up the accommodations.

Down the beach just a short distance from the waterfront, is the Fossett Sailing Base.  This outpost is available to campers across the reservation.  Besides Sailing, Motor Boating and Water Sports are offered here.

The camp offers all of the traditional outdoor programs and a wide selection of merit badges that enhance scouting skills while building experiences that will stay with your Scouts for a lifetime.

Scouts are not confined to Camp Blackhawk when looking for exciting programs.  Cool stuff is happening all over Owasippe.  Check out the Diamond O Ranch, Charles Nagel C.O.P.E Base and the many other experiences to be had, across the Reservation. Click here to learn more about these great opportunities.

Learn more about registering for camp or start your adventure by registering now (PTAC Link).

SPECIAL NOTE:  Your stay at Owasippe Scout Reservation will be a memorable experience.   Make it a memorable experience for your family also. While you are camped with your troop, your spouse and family can enjoy all of the wonders Owasippe has to offer with a stay at Reneker Family Camp.

Waterfront, as seen from Camp Blackhawk Dining Hall.

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