CAMP BOYHAVEN SCOUTING MUSEUM
LOCATIONThe Boyhaven Museum is currently located in the front room of the White House and is open to visitors every weekend that Camp is in operation. We encourage weekend campers to drop in and look around. There is no charge to visitors.
WHAT YOU’LL SEEThere have always been old photos on the wall and personal Scouting memorabilia donated by a few Scouters, but more recently the Camp Ranger "found" historical items as he has been cleaning out some "nooks and crannies" around Camp. Take the "virtual museum tour" to get a preview, but there’s no substitute for an "up close and personal" look at the displayed items!
FUTURE ADDITIONS TO THE COLLECTIONAnyone wishing to donate or loan items to the Boyhaven Scouting Museum, particularly items which are specific to Camp history, is encouraged to discuss their contribution with the Camp Ranger. We hope someday to outgrow the White House front room!
OTHER NEEDSWe are in need of display cabinetry (floor or wall mounted) to properly and securely exhibit all the materials that are currently in the museum collection. Donations of such cabinetry or of money to purchase these items would be most appreciated and may be discussed with the Camp Ranger at any time. We would be happy to have you join The Friends of the Boyhaven Scouting Museum.
OTHER SCOUTING MUSEUMS TO VISIT