On August 24, 2019, one hundred years after the original dedication of Camp Friedlander, over 350 people gathered to celebrate a century of Scouting and camping.  Scouts, Scouters, families and the community at large came together for a weekend of camping, Scouting activities, and fun.  The weekend culminated with a re-dedication ceremony that celebrated the 100 years of history at Camp Friedlander, and set the stage for the future.  Ground was ceremoniously broken for a Centennial Plaza, that will stand as a permanent marker that celebrates the past, present, and future of camping in the Dan Beard Council. Click the link below to see photos of this fun celebration!


The Centennial Committee has put together some limited Items for sale to commemorate the milestone of Camp Friedlander turning 100 years old. Please check out the store by clicking the link below, and grab some great swag before it is gone. There is very limited stock during summer camp, so secure your gear now!

Some of these Items, such as the Challenge Coin, had a limited run of 100! The next chance to score one will be in 100 years or so. Other items include belt buckles, hoodies, patches and more.



Camp opened to the public at 6:00 p.m.

Unit and Family Camping were available. Please indicate on your registration if you will be bringing your own tent or would like to use a camp tent.

Campfire program and Camp Song sing-along at dusk.


Meal plan available for purchase. (These were optional and must be purchased during registration.)

  • $20 for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Sunday Breakfast
  • $10 for Dinner on Saturday

Camp Trading Post was open, offering Centennial Memorabilia.

Open Programming available 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

  • Swimming*
  • Boating*
  • Shooting Sports
  • Climbing/Rappelling*
  • Handicraft
  • Pioneering
  • Tomahawk Throwing

*A Climbing Hold Harmless form must be completed to participate. For aquatic activities, no swim tests will be provided. If a swim test has been completed this year, please bring a copy. If not, participants may still use these program areas but with limited access.


  • Camp History display
  • Guided tours

Reunite with old friends (reunion gatherings) prior to dinner

  • Eagle Scouts
  • Silver Beaver Alumni
  • Camp staff past and present
  • Board members
  • Order of the Arrow
  • Scouts past and present
  • Scouting professionals
  • Camp donors

Dinner began at 5:30pm, with the Re-Dedication ceremony followed at 7pm.


Interfaith Chapel Service