Manatoc Scout Reservation - Great Trail Council - Boy Scouts of America
Camp Mantoc summer camp is where tradition meets tomorrow. Since the 1920's, Scouts have enjoyed their camp experience living in one of 24 campsites, eating in the historic Dining Hall, and working on scouting skills and merit badges. From the traditional Honor Camper Ceremonies to the new STEM program, from the miles of hiking trails to the up-to-date aquatic center, the Manatoc experience helps instill in young men the values of fun, learning, camping, and aids in their development as tomorrow’s leaders. (Blue buttons are not active at this time)
Below are the links for historical summer camp accounts. These should mostly be utilized for advancement research purposes. You will need the account number and email address the account was registered with. Please contact the Great Trail Council Service Center (330-773-0415 x 221) if you require any assistance locating historical accounts.