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"We never fail when we try to do our duty.  We always fail when we neglect to do it."

--Lord Robert Baden-Powell





The Sagamore Council is pleased to be a recipient of funding from the United Way.

Camp Buffalo

Boy Scout Summer Camp at Buffalo Information:


Click here to access 2013 Boy Scout Summer Camp Quick Claim Deed for Troops who will attend Summer Camp.


Click here to access 2013 Boy Scout Summer Camp Leaders Guide.


Click here to access 2013 Boy Scout Summer Camp Staff Application.


Visit for additional info. concerning Boy Scout Summer Camp at Camp Buffalo!


Click here to access 2011 Boy Scout Summer Camp promotion video.


Explore Camp Buffalo!


Camp Buffalo is located nine miles north of Monticello, Indiana, on the banks of the Tippecanoe River.  Camp Buffalo has many facilities available for use, including our new spacious dining facility Shideler Hall, our recently renovated multi-purpose Building with meeting rooms and bunk rooms, and two cabins.  Winter Quarters sleeps 24 and Ivey Lodge sleeps 25. 


Our large campfire ring, quiet chapel area, and rustic nature lodge are surrounded by 16 campsites and miles of hiking trails. Access to the Tippecanoe River allows us to provide several canoe trip options ranging from a few short hours to overnight.

Camp Buffalo also has an excellent shooting sports facility, an outdoor swimming pool, a mountain bike trail, and our ever-expanding Liberty Lake for fishing
, canoeing, and kayaking. Our two wetlands provide a great location for wildlife and conservation lessons.


Camp Buffalo offers numerous activities for you and your Scout unit or other group. Check out what all we have to offer, and we hope to see you soon!  Visit for all sorts of information and photos!



For more information about Scouting in your neighborhood, school, or church, visit or call us at 765-452-8253!
Camp Buffalo Ranger:
Chas Triplett

(574) 278-7114


The Outdoor Classroom


In 2009, nearly 1.1 million youth attended a council camp or national high-adventure camp.