Camp Tuscazoar Trading Post
The Camp Tuscazoar Trading Post is where we sell camp stuff. In most cases, these items can now be purchased through the internet. Or, you can request to purchase items using email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name and mailing address and we will send you ordering information.
Visit Dave’s Tuscazoar Trading Post to see the variety of items we offer!
Commemorating 100 Years of Camp Tuscazoar history! Patch dimensions are roughly 8″ x 7″. This patch is currently being offered at present on a pre-sale basis only. Available for $20 +$2 for shipping.
Colorful Camp Tuscazoar Centennial Patch embroidered on a cloth cap. Cap is adjustable.
Celebrate Camp Tuscazoar’s 100th anniversary with this collectible patch. A loop is attached for hanging the patch from a pocket button, but it can easily be removed. Patches can be purchased for $6.00 each.
Add this keepsake hiking medallion, which commemorates Camp Tuscazoar’s 100th anniversary, to your collection. Available for $6.00 each.
If you’re going to buy one of our medallions, you HAVE to have a hiking stick to affix it to! These sturdy, wooden sticks are available for $20.00 each.
For a limited time, we’re offering patches from our 75th anniversary and 90th anniversary events. All proceeds from the sale of these patches will support our stockade restoration project. Available for only $5 each!
Delicious, old-fashioned maple syrup produced right at Camp Tuscazoar! Ideal for pancakes, waffles and french toast. Available in individual 8 oz. bottles or in jugs of larger quantities. Buy online!
Those who collect medallions for their walking sticks can now add Camp Tuscazoar to their collection. These colorful mementos picture the camp stockade.
Celebrate Camp Tuscazoar’s 90th year of service to youth with this set of anniversary patches mounted under glass in an attractive display frame. Limited quantities available!
Commemorative belt buckles celebrating the 1937, 1950, 1953, 1957 and 1975 National Scout Jamborees.
Colorful Camp Tuscazoar patch embroidered to a 100% polyester cap. A variety of colors and styles are available.
As a “Thank You!” for your contribution of $10 or more (plus $4 s&h) to our Not-For-Profit foundation, you will be rewarded with a free gift copy of this very special DVD.
This remarkable DVD captures the ending of Camp Tuscazoar and the beginning of Seven Ranges Scout Reservation. Featuring footage shot in 1985, 1986 and 1987, this DVD offers a look back at daily life at Camp Tuscazoar in the mid-1980’s.
In 1986, a group of camp staff members committed themselves to serve for two summers to help ease the transition to a new camp. This CD includes several musical selections that pay tribute to this transitional time.
The Sunday Night Vespers at scout summer camp, begun by Council Executive George Deaver, was continued for more than two decades by Robert Hahn. This DVD records the traditional talk given by Mr. Hahn at Pioneer Point.
Bernie Myers served on the summer camp staff in 1924 and he received his Pipestone the second week that the ceremony was performed in 1926. In later years, Bernie served on many Council camp staffs. This CD records his last vespers talk in 2003.
These colorful keepsake patches commemorate the restoration and re-opening of the historic Zoarville Station Bridge at Camp Tuscazoar.
Features a beautifully embroidered full color stockade logo. Will hang from a pocket button or can be sewn onto your garment or hat.
Available in a variety of sizes, these shirts will help you keep the spirit burning!
Featuring the “Go Take a Hike” theme next to a hiking boot imprint with “Tuscazoar” embedded in it. Available in a variety of sizes and colors.
Featuring the Icky’s Trail logo with “I Hiked Icky’s Trail” printed below. Available in a variety of sizes and colors.
Listen to a song sample! More than 40 favorite camp songs are recorded here by the camp chorus. Certain to bring back fond memories of past campfire programs!
Three-dimensional hand made replica of Troop 5 Cabin.
Colorful patches from previous camp events. If you didn’t get them then, here’s your chance.
Author E. H. Kreps tells how to make log cabins, camp furniture, cooking fires, snowshoes and camp foods. He also gives instructions on the use of a compass, axe and traveling in the pathless woods.
Another old time book that gives practical information for lovers of nature on what to take camping and how to make your camp before the days of modern camping equipment and technology.
Honor an Eagle Scout with a commemorative paving brick engraved to your liking.
Celebrate Camp Tuscazoar’s 75th year of service to youth with this set of anniversary patches mounted under glass in an attractive display frame.
Issued by Camp Tuscazoar in 1995 to commemorate its 75th Anniversary. Only a few are left in stock