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Cache Lake

Cache Lake Camp is a Boy Scout camp owned by the W. D. Boyce Council, in Ontario, Canada. The camp is located 670 miles north of Bloomington, Illinois, approximately 8 miles via water, northeast of Crane Lake, Minnesota. This camping opportunity was started in 1963 - with all of the start-up and annual maintenance work conducted by dedicated volunteers.

Summer 2021 Information. 

Most of all the units that had a 2020 Cache Lake week rolled over their week to 2021 due to the cancelation of all 2020 Cache Lake Weeks.  

Units that are rolling over a 2020 spot:  The 2021 schedule is currently being made now.  Austin St. George will be contacting all the unit contacts individually based by the drawling order the unit was selected for 2020, any unit that dropped out from their spot for summer 2020 will be skipped in the 2021 selection or replaced by the unit that took their 2020 spot.  

Once all the Units that are rolling over to 2021 have their week scheduled, any remaining space will be drawn out to any new units wishing to go to Cache Lake in 2021.  

Any questions concerning Cache Lake 2021 contact Austin St. George at austin.st.george@scouting.org or at 309-673-6136 ext. 128


All youth attending Cache Lake with a unit must meet the following requirements: 

  • Must be 13 years old or older. Scouts may attend as a 12 year old, but must be accompanied by a parent on the trip.  
  • Must be First Class Rank.
  • Must have attended a week-long Boy Scout of America program at any BSA Resident Camp.  

Click here to read the letter with the 2020 Cache Lake eligibility changes.  


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