The pristine 1,000-acre expanse of towering forests, crystal clear water, and smiling Scouters makes the Crystal Lake Scout Reservation a home away from home for many, especially the founders of the Tesomas Conservation Foundation.
Started by a group of Eagle Scouts and camp staff alumni — with more than 35 combined years of staff experience — the foundation is driven to promote and facilitate environmental education and responsible conservation practices at Crystal Lake Scout Reservation.
The Crystal Lake Scout Reservation has a dedicated and active staff alumni and volunteer
network. We’re fortunate to have partnered with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, United States Department of Agriculture, Oneida County, and the University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point–College of Natural Resources.