Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Summer Camp at Ockanickon Scout Reservation

Below are some pictures from Camp Ockanickon where Troop 88 attended summer camp this year for a week from August 9 through August 15. Camp Ockanickon, located in Bucks County Pennsylvania, was named in honor of the Leni Lenape Indian Chief, Ockanickon, who was one of the conveyors of the lands of Bucks County to William Penn in 1682. (click on a photo to make it larger.)

Don't worry parents, the rock climbing shown in some of these photos looks scary, but it was no where near as dangerous as it looks.