Wah Wah Taysee
“A camp for all seasons”
Donated to the council for wilderness training and is located in North Haven just
0.3 miles from the 1600-acre Sleeping Giant State Park and it’s 32 mile blazed trail system.
Scouts and Scouters have enjoyed camping at Wah Wah Taysee since 1922.
Explore WWT’s Facility Maintenance Portals
Like Sleeping Giant State Park, the May 2018 storm severely damaged the camps trees. Through lots of hard work by many volunteers the hazards have been removed and much of the damage has been cleaned up, but we still need help to clear brush and remove the remaining downed trees in camp.
All maintenance activities are coordinated by Ranger Ross who would like to hear form you.
Camp Masters are registered volunteer Scouters who act as representatives of the camp, the ranger, and the Council. Their main purpose is in serving the campers, our customers. Making sure facilities are open and ready, facilitating activities when asked, at the same time helping to ensure safety and the protection of our property.
While at Wah Wah Taysee Ranger Ross is the Camp Master, on occasion he needs others to fill in.
Like Sleeping Giant State Park, the May 2018 storm severely damaged trees in camp. Through lots of hard work by many volunteers the hazards like the ones shown below have been removed and cleaned up, but we still need help to clear the remaining brush and remove downed trees in the camp.
Contact WWT Facilities
Camp Wah Wah Taysee Ranger –A Volunteer
Council VP of Camping
Council Director of Development & CFO