Camp Stahlman is one of Boxwell's original camps, built and opened in 1960. It is the only one of the original camps still in operation today! In fact, throughout its long history, Stahlman has only been closed one year: 1979. This is largely due to the fact that Stahlman is Boxwell's "base camp." It has the only working kitchen on the reservation and supplies all of the other locations with food. Thus, Stahlman's importance is unquestionable!
Presently below is fairly accurate map of the current arrangement of sites and locations at Camp Stahlman. Just like the other maps, this map is based on an actual map of the Reservation, meaning the general proportions are accurate. Further, just like the other camps, the site capacity numbers here are always in flux from year to year, so do not accept these numbers as hard and fast statistics! Hopefully, this map and the information with it, will give you a good idea of how Stahlman is arranged and what it has to offer visiting troops and Scouts!
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