This website features highlights from the Camp Kawanhee History Museum collection. Visitors can browse the 1921-2018 camp catalogs, download the very first issue of the Wigwam, listen to George Frank’s reminiscences on camp and more. If you would like to contribute information or artifacts to the camp archives, please fill out this form.

This image was featured in the 1926 catalog. The caption describes that the cabin pictured was, “Planned and constructed by four boys during open periods or free afternoons. It represents initiative, sticktoitiveness, hard work and ‘heaps’ of fun. The cabin was started, fully completed, including fir bow beds, and dedicated before the close of camp in 1925.”