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MASSAWEPIE HISTORY


Since 1952, the Massawepie Scout Camps have provided summer camping for Boy Scouts from the Rochester (NY) area. The Massawepie property has a colorful history involving lumber barons, a resort hotel and several children's camps. For more information, choose from the categories below.

Timeline (Summary of Massawepie's History)
Camp Directors Historical Documents
Maps Memorabilia (including Camp Patches)
Photographs    Reservation Directors/Superintendents   

MORE TO COME: Planned additions to this website include: A list of reference sources, a more complete timeline, and more descriptions of different eras at Massawepie.

The information on this page was gathered as part of a Massawepie History project in preparation for Massawepie's 50th Anniversary in 2002. This information is as complete and accurate as is currently known. Any corrections or additions are welcome, as are other tidbits of Massawepie History. Send them to Peter Collinge (see below, or mail to 77 Tall Oak Lane, Pittsford, NY 14534).


Massawepie is the Boy Scout summer camp for the Seneca Waterways Council which serves youth in five counties near Rochester, New York: Monroe, Ontario, Seneca, Wayne, & Yates counties.
The Massawepie Scout Camps are located on New York State Route 3 between Cranberry Lake and Tupper Lake in the Adirondack Mountains.

Page URL: http://MassStaffAlumni.org/history.htm
Web Page Designed and Maintained by Peter Collinge
Added to the Web: May 13, 1999; Last Updated: February 22, 2011
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