Camp Phillips has been serving Scouts and Leaders from across the nation for over 60 years. Whether you are a Scout attending Camp Phillips or a Scout Leader, our facilities and staff are sure to accommodate all of your needs.
The Scouting program provides many opportunities for Scouts to learn new skills and take part in terrific adventures. From C.O.P.E. and climbing to aquatics and boating, your camp experience will definitely be one you will never forget! Take a look at the following pages for more information about each area.
The facilities at Camp Phillips makes camp seem like a resort compared to other camps as we are the “Premier Camp”. Your sleeping quarters are shelters that are 4-person tent cabins with wooden floors, screens, canvas, ridged roofs and cots with firm mattresses. Each campsite is equipped with the following items:
Troops are strongly encouraged to bring a few extra tents for overflow. Paved roads and parking lots provide easier travel between campsites, program areas and dining hall. There are ample fishing opportunities from rowboats, fishing docks, or from shore.
Following the camp show is Taps. Leaders should ensure that all Scouts are in their campsite for the remainder of the night.
We avoid prepared foods, and make each meal as wholesome as possible.
Eric Muench is the Reservation Director for the Chippewa Valley Council. This is his second summer as Reservation Director and in the past 8 summers he has also served as Shooting Sports Director, Program Director and Commissioner. Eric is excited for your arrival at camp. Feel free to contact him any time for questions or feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brennan has spent the last four summers working in Outdoor Skills and C.O.P.E. and Climbing at Camp Phillips. Brennan is an Eagle Scout as well as a Vigil Honor Member of the Otyokwa Lodge. Brennan enjoys a multitude of outdoor activities, especially rock climbing at different crags around the state. Brennan is currently studying at the University of Wisconsin-Stout majoring in Human Development and Family Studies. This is Brennan’s second summer as Program Director.
A committee of volunteers oversees Camp Phillips and advocates for customer satisfaction, food service, shooting sports, aquatics, C.O.P.E., outdoor skills, ecology and advancement. Contact the Chippewa Valley Council Service Center at 715-832-6671 if you would like to be in contact with the Camping Committee Chair or other volunteer advocates.
Thank you to all adult leaders that are able to stay at camp for any portion of your troop's time at Camp Phillips. Scout Leaders provide direct leadership to scouts in the campsite and elsewhere throughout the week. We also may call on the help of adult leaders to provide their wisdom during teaching sessions. Below are a few of the opportunities that are available to leaders throughout the week.