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Phillips Scout Reservation

  • L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation has facilities available for Cub Scout Packs, Boy Scout Troops and community groups during the “off-season” (August through June)

  • All rentable buildings are heated, have a kitchen, rest facilities and sleeping quarters. Sleeping quarters are bunk beds with a camp mattress.

  • We provide toilet paper, paper towel and cleaning supplies. All guests should bring bedding, food and cookware.

  • Our winter camping facilities are perfect for a weekend retreat or any troop/pack weekend getaway. There are ample outdoor activities available including ice fishing, snow shoeing, winter fort building and more.

Ranger Notes

Chippewa Valley Council
Rental and Building Use
 October 2020 – March 2021

Effective 10/07/2020

 

CAPACITY: Buildings will follow State of Wisconsin Guidelines for Capacity. See chart below to determine the current capacity of CVC Rental Buildings.
The current capacity allowed is: 25%

USE of MASKS: The Chippewa Valley Council REQUIRES the use of facial coverings inside of all buildings unless-

  • Eating
  • Sleeping
  • Using shower facilities

SLEEPING: Sleep 6 feet apart. Alternate facing in beds, so no heads are within 6 feet of each other. 

ROSTERS AND PRE-TRIP SCREENING: Trip leaders must complete a checklist and roster to confirm wellness and contact information of every attendee. 

CLEANING: Groups are responsible for cleaning and sanitization of buildings after use. Supplies and instructions will be provided. 

Building

Capacity

50% Capacity

25 % Capacity

Baden Powell

20

10

5

Fort Rice

38

19

10

Polar Bear

38

19

10

Sourdough

20

10

5

Yukon

20

10

5

Cub World Dining Hall

100

50

25

Camp Phillips Dining Hall

250

125

65

Camp Brunswick
 Olson Outdoor Education Center

100

50

25






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Directions to Camp

L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation is located Northwest of Rice Lake, Wisconsin.

To get to camp take Hwy 53 to Haugen and take Exit 150.  At the bottom of the exit ramp turn West onto County Road V. Follow County Road V through Haugen to Plecity Avenue. Turn Right on Plecity Avenue and go to the next stop sign at County Road V V. Turn left at the stop sign on to County Road V V. Continue on County Road V V for 3 miles.

 

2900 16th Street
Rice Lake, Wisconsin 54868

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1,566Capacity
526Seating
697Sleeping

Day
Check-In
08:00 AM
Check-Out
05:00 PM


Night
Check-In
05:00 PM
Check-Out
11:30 AM


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Camp Use Policy Back to Top

General rules must be followed:

  • Any damage done by the group to any property or facilities at the L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation must be paid for by the renting party. 
  • Absolutely no liquor, non-prescription drugs, firearms or smoking are allowed on BSA property at any time.
  • Groups bringing youth on the property must have one adult over 21 years of age for every 10 youth members of the party present in camp below the age of 21 years old. Adults must be present during the time the youth are present at the L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation.
Check In Procedure Back to Top

Upon Arrival:

  • You may show yourself in to your building.
  • Your garbage can liners will be in the cans, your heat will be turned up (if needed), and your paper products will be stocked
  • Your campmaster will check on you the night of your arrival, unless otherwise noted.
  • Your building will be ready for you. Paper goods are stocked, heat will be on and any amenities that you have made arrangements for should be available.

 

Check Out Procedure Back to Top

Prior to checkout:

  • Complete the unit roster sheet
  • Complete the building checklist for cleanliness 
  • Contact your Campmaster 30 minutes prior to departure, to make arrangements for check-out

After Checkout  

Pay any additional fees that are due at the Council Service Center or with your camp master.

Cancellation Policy Back to Top

Cancellations made within thirty days of the reservation date are not subject to a refund. Cancellations made more than thirty days before the date of the reservation will receive a 50% refund.

Cleaning Policy Back to Top

Your group is responsible for cleaning facilities that you use. You will be subject to a $250 cleaning fee if your group does not clean your rental facility properly.

  • General cleaning supplies are available
  • A checklist is provided at each facility to guide your group.
  • FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, WE HAVE STOCKED YOUR KITCHEN WITH EXTRA INSTITUTIONAL PAPER GOODS. THESE GOODS SHALL ONLY BE USED IN THE DESIGNATED DISPENSERS IN YOUR RESTROOMS AND KITCHENS. YOUR GROUP WILL BE CHARGED $25 FOR ANY PAPER PRODUCTS USED OUTSIDE OF THE DISPENSERS.