Boy Scout Canoe Base and Forestry Camp
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Major References****. Crystal Lake Nature Center. [Northern Highland-American Legion State Forest Visitor's Guide 2020, P. 12.] Minocqua, 2020. View Full Entry (Full text available)****. Crystal Lake Nature Center. [NHAL State Forest Visitor's Guide, 2017, pp. 13A-14A] Minocqua, 2017. View Full Entry (Full text available)****. Region Seven Canoe Base. [From the WorldWide Web] 1980. View Full Entry (Full text available)Jorgensen, Arthur. Eagle Scout Camp Celebrates 25th Anniversary.. [Wisconsin Conservation Bulletin, 20:10, Oct. 1955, pp. 20-24 & back cover.] Madison, 1955. View Full EntryManwell, Robert. Pointing a New Way to Recreation. [Wisconsin Natural Resources, Vol. 31, #4, August, 2007, pp. 4-11.] Madison, 2007. View Full Entry (Full text available)
Minor Referencesgeocaching.com. CCC White Sand. [Geocache ID GC112E7] Seattle, WA, 2007. View Full Entry