Camp Schoellkopf 1953 Pocket Patch

A recent acquisition from the Western New York Traders Association TOR a couple of weeks ago was one of their local camp patches.

According to Mike Hulsizer’s Camp Schoellkopf History page,

The camp came into existence in 1938 and was originally owned by Buffalo Council (BC). In 1949, Erie County Council (ECC) merged with Buffalo Council and the camp became part of the Buffalo Area Council (BAC). The camp was still being used as a summer camp when the Buffalo Area Council merged in 1967 with the Niagara Frontier Council (NFC). The Greater Niagara Frontier Council (GNFC) has continued to use Schoellkopf as a summer camp for Boy Scouts. Schoellkopf was primarily used as a patrol style summer camp where troops cooked their own meals. Troops that desired a dining hall experience went to Camp Scouthaven. However, in the late 1980s, when Camp Scouthaven closed as a boy scout summer camp (it remains open as a cub camp), a dining tent was erected at Schoellkopf. As a result, the vast majority of tropps attending Camp Schoellkopf use the dining facilities.

Pictured below is their camp patch from 1953.

Camp Schoellkopf 1953 Pocket Patch
Camp Schoellkopf 1953 Pocket Patch


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