Ready for Adventure?
Camping is a great way to turn off digital technology and connect with others while enjoying nature. Beaver Valley Camp is a non-profit organization that provides a place where youth groups can experience the wilderness. It is located on the backwaters of the St. Croix River near Osceola, Wisconsin. The camp has been around since 1932 and has been maintained over the years to preserve its rustic state. Our goal is to further youth activities and training, to provide outdoor facilities and camping, recreation and adventure, and to foster conservation of natural resources, and to promote the welfare of youth in fostering Boy Scout work and other programs for young people.
Campfire Skits or Plays
Find the Perfect Walking Stick
Taking Pictures of Nature
Use of the Camp Assembly Area
Flashlight Hide and Seek Tag
Sing Campfire Song
Identify Animal Tracks
Capture the Flag
Search for Wildlife or Signs of
Cross Country Skiing
Spend Time Playing Games in the Cabin
Thank You to Our Members!
Those who help to preserve and maintain the camp by donating time and resources. Many are former Scouts or are parents of Scouts. We are thankful for their generosity and support.
Hunting Season Reminder:
For those using the camp for hiking or camping please keep in mind that certain times of the year is hunting season in Wisconsin. Hunting is not allowed on BVC property. The surrounding area (Standing Cedars) and river valley may be hunted. Please be mindful and courteous of hunters using adjoining land while outside of camp area. If possible, wear bright colors (Blaze Orange, Safety Yellow) so others see you. Check Link to : Wisconsin DNR Hunting Seasons for dates and type of hunting seasons.
Upcoming Camp Activities:
Open dates for reservations... visit BVC Calendar
Scout Projects at Camp
See Service section of site for more.