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Camp Kikthawenund

Fun and excitement rule at Kikthawenund. During the summer, Webelos Scouts and their parents fill Webelos Adventure Camp, a four-day, three-night, resident camp experience for 9- and 10-year-old boys. During the rest of the year, the 230-acre camp, located 20 minutes north of Noblesville, IN, is available for many other uses. Camp Kikthawenund hosts nine spacious campsites, a dining hall, lake, canoes, archery BB gun ranges, swimming pool with shower facilities and five cabins.

The beautiful Steak’n Shake Dining Hall is available year round and can easily accommodate 400 for meals. There are three new, heated bunk-style cabins that each sleep 24. Fun program sites — such as Fort Miami, Dan Beard Tree House, Western Town shelters, Indian Village and the Lake Cherokee Riverboat Shelter — give the camp a special charm. Ten primitive campsites and heated central restrooms are available for use during the school year. Pipe Creek, a White River tributary,runs through the camp. Great program ideas for your outing to Camp Kikthawenund would include outdoor living history, ecology, wilderness survival, camping, canoeing, fishing, hiking and camping.

7651 West 500 North, Frankton, IN 46044


Dining hall with kitchen, seats 400
3 cabins, each cabin is divided into 4 rooms, 1 common room and 3 sleeping rooms each, with 4 bunk beds (each cabin sleeps 24)
Pool with showers and restrooms (open June 1 - Aug. 31)
10 camping areas
Director’s cabin/office (4)
Cub shelter
Archery area
Fort Miami, sleeps 20
Meeting room located off dining area, seats 20
2 cabins with 10 bunk beds each
5-acre boating lake
2 large activity fields
Welcome shelter
BB gun range (no firearms)
Campfire area, seats 200
Indian Village, sleeps 45
Dan Beard Tree House, sleeps 20

Nearby Amenities:

Mounds State Park
Ball State University
Anderson University
Conner Prairie

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