Built in 1973-74 as a result of the 1972 Capital Development Campaign, Camp Craig was the first "new" camp at Boxwell. Carved out of what was all Camp Light at the time, Craig was in many ways a more primitive camp than the older Parnell and Stahlman. For over 20 years, Camp Craig did not have flush toilets on the upper and lower loops! The camp has undergone major renovations in recent years, leading to new flush toilets and shower facilities as well as an improved waterfront, rifle range, and campfire area as well as new sites. Camp Craig has the distinction of being the home of Don Stanford Chapel, the non-demoninational religious center of Boxwell, and having, unquestionably, the most impressive dining hall on the reservation.
Presently below is fairly accurate map of the current arrangement of sites and locations at Camp Craig. Just like the other maps, the site capacity numbers here are always in flux from year to year, so do not accept these numbers as hard and fast statistics! There are also several trails in and around Craig that are not identified on the map (including a fascinating obstacle course in the woods at the back of the Athletic Field!). Hopefully though, this map and the information with it, will give you a good idea of how Craig is arranged and what it has to offer visiting troops and Scouts!
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