Scouting in New York
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Scouting in New York has a long history, from the 1910s to the present day, serving thousands of youth in programs that suit the environment in which they live. In fact, the first National Boy Scouts of America Headquarters was in New York City, and the Girl Scouts of the USA National Headquarters is located at 420 5th Avenue, New York, New York.
Early history (1910-1950)
Recent history (1950-1990)
In the 1970s and again in the 1990s, upstate New York went through a huge consolidation of small, historic councils.
Scouting in New York today
There are twenty-two Boy Scouts of America local councils in New York.
Allegheny Highlands Council
The Allegheny Highlands Council serves Scouts in Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Allegany counties in New York and McKean and Potter counties in Pennsylvania. It has two camps: Camp Merz and Elk Lick Scout Reserve. The council is divided into 2 districts:
- Two Lakes District
- Western Gate District
Order of the Arrow – Ho-Nan-Ne-Ho-Ont Lodge 165
Baden-Powell Council was formed in 1998 by the merger of the former Baden-Powell Council (headquartered in Dryden, NY) and Susquenango Council (headquartered in Binghamton, New York). The council's new headquarters are in Binghamton. The council covers five counties in New York State—Broome, Chenango, Cortland, Tioga and Tompkins—as well as Susquehanna County in Pennsylvania.
As of late-2006, the Council has five districts:
- Chenango District (Chenango County and part of Broome County)
- Delahanna District (Susquehanna County and part of Broome County)
- Hiawatha District (Tioga County and part of Broome County) 
- Taughannock District (Cortland and Tompkins Counties) 
- Frontier District (Venturing units in Tioga County and part of Broome County).
The Baden-Powell Council operates two Scout Camps:
Camp Barton is a Boy Scouts of America camp located on 300 acres (1.2 km2) on Frontenac Point on the west shore of Cayuga Lake in New York State's Finger Lakes. It is approximately nine miles north of Ithaca.
Camp Barton has nine summer camping sites with 2- and 4-man platform tents, as well as winter lean-tos in one of the two gorges which surround the camp. The camp facilities include many water-based activities on the camp's half-mile of waterfront, including rowing, motorboating, sailing, waterskiing and swimming, as well as handicrafts, nature, rifle and archery ranges, and scoutcraft areas. Camp Barton also has a special Intro to SCUBA course.
The camp's buildings and cabins are available for off-season use by Scouting and other youth organizations. For more information contact the Council Office.
The camp has twelve summer camping sites with 2-man platform tents. It also has four winter units with a center lodge equipped with wood stoves, refrigerators and electricity and four 8-man lean-tos. Camp Tuscarora also offers a renovated Nature lodge, dining hall, a nationally known Handicraft program, and a 40-foot (12 m) climbing wall.
Cayuga County Council
Cayuga County Council served Scouting in the Cayuga County, New York and Red Creek, New York area. Camp Rotary in Niles, New York on Owasco Lake is a 29 acre camp. It provides a summer program for Cub Scouting and year-round camping for all Scouts. The Order of the Arrow is represented by Tahgajute Lodge.
The council had been in financial trouble for several years; in 2008 it was granted a provisional charter by National. A new charter was provisional on a new financial plan, else a merge with neighboring Hiawatha Seaway Council should be considered. Hiawatha Seaway Council approved the merger on Jun 10, 2008; on June 24, 2009 a proposal to merge was tabled by the Cayuga County Council executive board. National did not renew the Cayuga County Council charter on July 1, 2009 and the council was absorbed into Hiawatha Seaway Council as Cayuga District.
Seneca Waterways Council
Finger Lakes Council serves the Finger Lakes region of New York. The council Service Center is located in Geneva, New York. Its camp is Camp Babcock–Hovey, located in Ovid, New York. In 2007 the camp had a gravel Road put in from the entrance to the Dining Hall and in 2008 constructed a new Science and Tech Building to be used to promote Science and Technology to 14-18 year olds. The council is divided into 2 districts As of 1 July 2008 [update]:
- Mohawk (Eastern half)
- Seneca (Western half)
Five Rivers Council
Five Rivers Council serves Scouts in the Southern tier of New York and the Northern tier of Pennsylvania. The council is divided into four districts:
- Andaste District
- Indian Waters District
- Williamson Road District
- Thunderbird District
Order of the Arrow – TKäen DôD Lodge #30
It operates two camps: Camp Brulé, in central Pennsylvania, and Camp Gorton on Waneta Lake in New York.
Camp Brulé (pronounced "Brul-a"), named after Étienne Brûlé, is in Sullivan County, Pennsylvania. It was founded by the General Sullivan Council with headquarters in Athens and jurisdiction over Bradford, Tioga and Sullivan Counties.
The camp covers the forty two acres of Elk Lake and 200 acres (0.8 km2) of forest land bordering it. Pancost Hall and Crandall Hall are memorials to Alfred H. Pancost, Chief Scout Executive and founder, and to Harry H. Crandall, first president of the Council.
On the parade ground a native boulder bears a bronze plaque in memory of Eagle Scout twin brothers from Troop 2, Towanda, Pennsylvania, Air Force Lieutenants John R. and William G. Winter. Born August 11, 1925, they were killed in action in World War II on August 11, 1945. The plaque was erected by employees of the Patterson Screen Company.
Greater New York Councils
The Greater New York Councils (GNYC) has a unique organization in that it is sub-divided into boroughs led by a borough executive.
Greater Niagara Frontier Council
Greater Niagara Frontier Council serves the territory of Erie and western Niagara Counties. The Boy Scout summer camp is Schoellkopf Scout Reservation. The Cub Scout camp is Camp Scouthaven. The council is organized into seven districts:
- Cayuga District
- Erie Shores District
- Indian Trail District
- Polaris District serves the Niagara County portion of the council
- Southern Hills District
Order of the Arrow – Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee Lodge
Hiawatha Seaway Council
The Hiawatha Seaway Council was formed in 1999 as a result of the merger of the Hiawatha Council and Seaway Valley Council. The council is headquartered in Syracuse, NY. The council currently owns 2 camps, including Sabattis Scouting Reservation and Camp Woodland. The council covers six counties in New York State — Cayuga, Jefferson, Lewis, Oswego, Onondaga, and St. Lawrence.
The council is divided into seven districts:
- Cayuga County District (the former Cayuga County Council area)
- Interlakes District (Western Onondaga County)
- Northern Lights District (St. Lawrence County)
- Oneida District (Northern Onondaga County)
- Onondaga District (Southern Onondaga County)
- Ontario District (Oswego County)
- Tri-Rivers District (Jefferson and Lewis Counties)
Order of the Arrow – Lowanne Nimat Lodge 219, formed January 1, 2010 from Kayanernh Kowa and Tahgajute lodges.
The World Brotherhood Camporee is a weekend-long camping trip that Boy Scouts from Canada and the U.S. participate in. The camporee is an annual event and takes place either in the Hiawatha Seaway Council, New York or in the Loyalist Area of the Voyageur Council, Ontario, Canada.
Hudson Valley CouncilThe Hudson Valley Council is headquartered in Newburgh, New York, and also serves Scouts in Pennsylvania. The grave of Daniel Carter Beard lies within the Hudson Valley Council, where an annual service is held.
Its districts are: Rockland, Heritage, Delaware River, and Dutchess.
Order of the Arrow Lodge – Nacha Nimat 86
Iroquois Trail Council
Iroquois Trail Council, with its headquarters in Batavia, New York, serves Scouts in western New York. It was created in 1994 from a merger of two councils: Genesee (Genesee, Livingston, and Wyoming Counties) and Lewiston Trail (eastern Niagara and Orleans Counties). It has two camps: Camp Dittmer and Camp Sam Wood. As of 2007, the council is divided into three districts:
- Nundawaga District (Livingston and Wyoming Counties)
- Seneca District (eastern Orleans and Genesee Counties)
- Towpath District (western Orleans and eastern Niagara Counties)
Order of the Arrow – Ashokwahta Lodge No. 339
The Otschodela Council of the Boy Scouts of America provides among the highest quality scouting programs, training and events. Serving the needs of Delaware, Otsego and Schoharie Counties in upstate New York.
Otschodela Council was formed in 1924 as the Otsego-Schoharie Council; the third county added in 1926 and the name changed to Otschodela (OTsego-SCHOharie-DELAware). Otschodela Council, headquartered in Oneonta, NY, has retained its name and three-county borders ever since. It is divided into two districts:
- Deerslayer District
- Foothills District
Within its programs the council provides opportunities for scouts to participate in summer camp at Boy Scout Camp Henderson, camporees, day camps and more. It provides valuable leader training at all levels of scouting.
Henderson Scout Reservation
Henderson Scout Reservation is made up of over 600 acres (2 km2) of woodlands and is home to a 70-acre (0 km2) lake that are both managed and maintained for the best possible Scouting experience. It has twelve campsites located in close proximity to the program facilities. It runs six weeks of Boy Scout Summer Camp Programs and Webelos Summer Camps. The camp also provides year-round camping at any of its lodging facilities, campsites or lean-tos.
Located 20 minutes away from the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown and the Soccer Hall of Fame in Oneonta. The Otschodela Council with the National Baseball Hall of Fame has developed a Boy Scout national patch for the Baseball Hall of Fame Scavenger Hunt.
Revolutionary Trails Council
Revolutionary Trails Council  serves a portion of central New York.
Rip Van Winkle Council
- Algonquin District
- Mohican District
Order of the Arrow – Half Moon Lodge
Suffolk County Council
Order of the Arrow – Shinnecock Lodge
Theodore Roosevelt Council
Theodore Roosevelt Council is one of the nation's oldest, having been home to its namesake, the former US President, who was a founding member of BSA. The council was established in 1917  and was originally named the Nassau County Council. Although Nassau County was the primary residence of Theodore Roosevelt, the Theodore Roosevelt name was taken by another council in Arizona. That council was merged into the Grand Canyon Council in 1993, freeing the name, and the Nassau County Council assumed the Theodore Roosevelt name in September 1997.
The John M. Schiff Scout Reservation is named after John M. Schiff, the son of Mortimer L. Schiff; both of whom were World Scout Committee members and notable early Boy Scouts of America (BSA) leaders. The reservation is operated by Theodore Roosevelt Council, BSA and located near Wading River, New York. The reservation comprises 400 acres (1.6 km2) camp located in the Long Island Pine Barrens and surrounds the 30-acre (120,000 m2) "Deep Pond". It was originally named Camp Wauwepex in 1921 in Miller Place. In 1922, it was moved to its present location. At the time the camp comprised 550 acres (2.2 km2). Camp Wauwepex was renamed the John M. Schiff Scout Reservation when the Mortimer L. Schiff Scout Reservation was closed in 1979. The reservation ceased being used as a summer camp in 1976, but still gets lots of use for troop, family, district and council events.
Onteora Scout Reservation is located in Livingston Manor, New York. The camp consists of 1,400 acres (6 km2) and adjoins the Catskill State Forest Preserve. It was opened in 1955 due to overcrowding in Camp Wauwepex. At its peak in the early seventies, it was the nation's third largest Boy Scout Camp in terms of attendance (after Philmont and Ten Mile River,) accommodating 1200 Scouts at a time utilizing two dining halls and three water fronts. It was closed in 1991 and reopened in 1998 with a completely volunteer staff, and in 2003 opened for a full season with a paid staff. It is the only Boy Scout camp to have been closed, and then reopened.
The council has 4 districts:
- Iroquois District
- Pequott District
- Rough Rider District
- Shelter Rock District
The council's Order of the Arrow lodge is called the Buckskin Lodge.
Twin Rivers Council
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Twin Rivers Council is based in Albany, New York. It covers a large area of Northeastern New York. In 2005 it absorbed the bankrupt Adirondack council. Within its boundaries lies Adirondack Park one of the Northeast's wildests places, a haven for Boy Scout activities.
It currently comprises seven districts:
- Fort Orange District
- Mahikan District
- Schenectady District
- Sir William Johnson District
- Saratoga District
- Wakpominee District
- Adirondack District
Rotary Scout Reservation
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Rotary Scout Reservation is a 1,300-acre (5 km2) camp of the Twin Rivers Council, located in Poestenkill, New York. The original part of the camp was donated by the Troy Rotary Club in 1922. Summer camp program areas include the Trail to First Class Program, where young Scouts can work on requirements needed to earn Tenderfoot, Second Class and First Class ranks. RSR offers 40 merit badges in 9 program areas. In addition to the merit badge option, RSR offers an open schedule which allows Scouts to plan their day with a variety of outdoor experiences. The camp also offers several additional program areas designed to appeal to older Scouts, which include COPE, Mountain Biking, Chillicothe, and Thunderbird Corps.
RSR's totem is the Thunderbird.
The Chillicothe program at RSR offers Scouts and Leaders a look at American Pioneer life in the 19th century. Scouts are encouraged to try their hand at activities such as candle making, flint and steel fire starting, blacksmithing, woodsman tools, tin-smithing and more. Chillicothe is a program unique to RSR, and it is an often underutilized program. It was designed to encourage the return of older Scouts who had earned most of the merit badges offered by the camp.
Camp Wakpominee, located in Fort Ann, New York.Camp Wakpominee offers both Year Round Camping and an excellent Summer Camp. The camp is located on over 1,000 acres (4.0 km2) in the Adirondacks in Upstate New York and boasts one lake and three ponds. The summer program is designed to meet the needs of all Scouts, from Cubs to Eagles. The Summer camp offers two week long Cub Day Camp sessions as well as a six week long Boy Scout Resident camp. The Camp also offers Adirondack treks throughout the Summer Camp season.
Woodworth Lake Scout Reservation
Woodworth Lake Scout Reservation, located in Gloversville, New York. Situated in the Adirondacks, Woodworth Lake is an excellent starting point for a hike into the Adirondacks. There are no resident summer programs run out of this camp, however it is open for weekend camping trips as well as a summer Cub Scout day camp.
Camp Boyhaven, located in Middle Grove, New York. Each summer, it runs a resident Cub and Webelos Resident Camp for five weeks. It runs a total of seven sessions. Each summer it camps up to 1000 campers.
Camp Bedford, located near Meacham Lake State Campground on Route 30 between Gabriels and Malone NY, closed after sixty-two years of service due to financial reasons. Some say the financial situation stemmed from the 2005 merger of the Adirondack Council and the Twin Rivers council.
Westchester-Putnam Council serves Scouts in southeastern New York State.
Girl Scouting in New York
New York state is served by 12 (soon to be 8) Girl Scouts councils. In addition the Edith Macy Conference Center belonging to the national organization is in Briarcliff Manor and the national headquarters is in New York City.
The national headquarters has been in various places in New York City since 1916 when it moved there from Washington, D.C.. It has been at 420 Fifth Avenue since 1992. Small groups can visit with prior reservations and visiting girls may be able to take part in focus group meeting.
Edith Macy Conference Center
Edith Macy Conference Center is a national conference and training facility of the Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) It is located in Briarcliff Manor, New York. The site has had four names: Camp Edith Macy (C.E.M.) - University In The Woods, Edith Macy Training School, Edith Macy Girl Scout National Center and since 1982, Edith Macy Conference Center. However, it is often simply referred to as Macy. The John J. Creedon Education Center and Camp Andree Clark are part of the complex. Macy hosted the Girl Guides and Girl Scouts Fourth International Conference in 1926. Camp Andree Clark hosted the GSUSA's Silver Jubilee Camp in 1937.
Girl Scouts of Connecticut
Girl Scout Council of Greater New York
Girl Scouts of Greater New York serves some 21,000 girls and has over 7,100 volunteers in New York City.
Headquarters: New York City
The council camp is 425 acre Camp Henry Kaufman in the Hudson Valley.
Girl Scouts Heart of the Hudson
Girl Scouts Heart of the Hudson serves over 34,000 girls in Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, Ulster and Westchester counties.
- Camp Addisone Boyce is 360 acres in Tomkins Cove next to Harriman State Park. It was founded in 1951 and named for Dr. Addisone Boyce who had been active in finding a suitable camp.
- Camp Birch Ridge is 100 acres in Otisville, New York.
- Camp Ludington is 150 acres in Holmes, New York and was opened in 1954.
- Camp Wendy is 56 acres (including a 13 acre lake) in Wallkill, New York. It was given to the Girl Scouts of Ulster County in 1926 by the Borden family.
- Rock Hill Camp is 200 acres in Mahopac, New York. It has been used by the Girl Scouts since 1922 (initially leased and then purchased in 1927).
- Rocky Brook Camp is 3 acres in Eastchester, New York.
Girl Scouts of Nassau County
Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York
Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York was created in June 2007 from the union of four Girl Scout Councils (Hudson Valley, Mohawk Pathways, Adirondack and North Country) and now serves Albany, Clinton, Columbia, Greene, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Montgomery, Hamilton, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Warren and Washington Counties and a portion of St. Lawrence County.
It serves over 14,500 girls and has over 6,500 adults and volunteers.
- Camp Little Notch is 2,300 acres in Adirondack Park
- Hidden Lake Camp is 400 acres in the southern portion of Adirondack Park
- Lake Clear Camp is 91 acres on Lake Clear in Adirondack Park
- Camp Is-Sho-Da is 100 acres in East Greenbush, New York.
- Camp Meadowbrook
- Camp Wood Haven
Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways
A merger of 5 councils was started in the fall of 2007 and is supposed to be complete by June 2009. Once finished it will serve some 23,000girls in New York and Pennsylvania.
- Binghamton, New York
- Horseheads, New York
- New Hartford, New York
- Norwich, New York
- Oneonta, New York
- Phelps, New York
- Syracuse, New York
- Watertown, New York
- Camp Agaliha (Cherokee for 'sunshine') is a summer camp located on the Boy Scout Camp Kingsley near Rome, New York
- Amahami Outdoor Center is 450 acres including a 10 acre lake near Deposit, New York
- Bayberry Program Center, near Geneva, New York
- Camp Hoover is 90 acres (including an island) on Song Lake near Preble, New York
- Camp Near Wilderness near West Monroe, New York is currently closed.
- Camp Trefoil is 210 acres near Harrisville, New York. It was acquired in 1949
- Comstock Program Center, on Cayuga Lake, New York
- Misty Hollow Program Center, near Corning, New York
- Sugar Creek Program Center, near Troy, Pennsylvania
- Yaiewano Program Center, on Owasco Lake, New York
Girl Scout Council of Central New York
5,000 girls in Cortland, Onondaga, Oswego and portions of Madison County
Girl Scouts Foothills Council
Herkimer and Oneida Counties, most of Madison County and parts of Otsego, Lewis, and Hamilton counties
Girl Scouts Indian Hills Council
Broome, Chenango, Delaware, parts of Otsego
Girl Scouts Seven Lakes Council
Allegany, Cayuga, Chemung, Ontario, Schuyler, Seneca, Steuben, Tioga, Tompkins, Yates and Wayne; and two counties in Pennsylvania—Bradford and Tioga
Thousand Islands Girl Scout Council
Lewis, Jefferson, and St. Lawrence
Girl Scouts of Suffolk County
Girl Scouts of Suffolk County serves more than 43,000 girls and has more than 9,000 adult volunteers. The first troop in the county was started in 1915.
Girl Scouts of Western New York
Girl Scouts of Western New York was created on July 1, 2008 from four legacy councils: Girl Scout Council of Buffalo & Erie County, Inc., Girl Scouts of Genesee Valley, Inc., Girl Scouts of Niagara County, Inc., and Girl Scouts of Southwestern New York, Inc. The council serves some 25,000 girls within Erie, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, Genesee, Livingston, Niagara, Orleans, Monroe, and Wyoming counties.
- Camp Pinewood in Dansville, New York is 780 acres.
- Camp Piperwood in Perinton, New York
- Camp Oak Orchard in Medina, New York
- Camp Windy Meadows in Lockport, New York is 39 acres.
- Camp Sky High in Orchard Park, New York is 14 acres
- Camp Seven Hills in Holland, New York is 620 acres including two lakes.
- Camp Timbercrest in Randolph, New York is 900 acres including a 31 acre lake.
- Zoar Valley Camp in Cattagaugus, New York is 195 acres.
Scouting museums in New York
- Camp Boyhaven Scouting Museum, Middle Grove, New York
- Ten Mile River Scout Museum, Narrowsburg, New York
- Scout Museum named for William Hillcourt, and Carson Buck Memorial Library, Constantia, New York
International Scouting units in New York
In addition, there are Armenian Scouts and Estonian Scouts in Exile in New York City, and Külföldi Magyar Cserkészszövetség Hungarian Scouting maintains two troops in New York City and one in Buffalo. Also, there are large contingents of active Plast Ukrainian Scouts in New York City.
- Henderson Scout Reservation
- Shinnecock Lodge
- Baiting Hollow Scout Camp
- Rotary Scout Reservation
- Otschodela Council
- Onteroraus Lodge
- Ty-Ohni Lodge
- Ashokwahta Lodge
- Suffolk County Council
- Cedarlands Scout Reservation
- Edith Macy Conference Center website
- John M. Schiff Scout Reservation home page
- Camp Wauwepex history
- Camp Tuscarora
- Baden-Powell Council
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- ^ Hiawatha District
- ^ Taughannock District
- ^ "Baden-Powell Council Districts". Baden-Powell Council Website. Baden-Powell Council. http://www.bpcouncil.org/page.php?38. Retrieved 2007-06-21.
- ^ Camp Barton
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- ^ "Camp Barton Program". Camp Barton Website. Baden-Powell Council. http://www.bpmlegal.com/barton/bartpgm.html. Retrieved 2007-06-21.
- ^ "Camp Barton Off-Season Camping". Camp Barton Website. Baden-Powell Council. http://www.bpmlegal.com/barton/offseas.html. Retrieved 2007-06-21.
- ^ a b "Camp Tuscarora". Camp Tuscarora Website. Baden-Powell Council. http://www.camptuscarora.org/. Retrieved 2007-06-21.
- ^ "Camp Tuscarora Program". Camp Tuscarora Website. Baden-Powell Council. http://www.camptuscarora.org/program.htm. Retrieved 2007-06-21.
- ^ Sunkin, Alyssa (2009-07-07). "Cayuga Boy Scouts Council loses its charter". The Citizen (auburnpub.com). http://www.auburnpub.com/articles/2009/07/08/local_news/news01.txt.
- ^ "Letter to Cayuga County Scouting Families — July 6, 2009". 2009-07-06. http://www.cnyscouts.org/districts/cayuga/. Retrieved 2009-07-13.
- ^ Finger Lakes Council
- ^ "News". Finger Lakes Council. http://www.fingerlakescouncil.org/news.html. Retrieved 2009-06-17.
- ^ "Five Rivers Council Districts". Five Rivers Council Website. Five Rivers Council. http://www.fiverivers.org/districts/index.asp. Retrieved 2007-06-21.
- ^ Historic Hodge Podge
- ^ "Hiawatha-Seaway Council History". Hiawatha-Seaway Council Website. Hiawatha-Seaway Council. http://www.cnyscouts.org/historical/bsa_historical_timeline.html. Retrieved 2007-06-21.
- ^ "Hiawatha-Seaway Council Camping". Hiawatha-Seaway Council Website. Hiawatha-Seaway Council. http://www.cnyscouts.org/camping/index.html. Retrieved 2007-06-21.
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- ^ http://www.cnyscouts.org/districts/cayuga/
- ^ http://www.auburnpub.com/articles/2009/07/08/local_news/news01.txt
- ^ http://cnyscouts.org/oa/history/
- ^ LA World Brotherhood Camporee
- ^ http://www.itcbsa.org/Joomla/images/Longhouse/2006%20Nov%20-%20Dec.pdf
- ^ About Section W4C
- ^ 2008 Theodore Roosevelt Dinner brochure
- ^ "GS Central: Visit Us". GSUSA. http://www.girlscouts.org/program/gs_central/travel/visit_us.asp. Retrieved 2009-06-23.