Pokagon-Kekionga Trails

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Anthony Wayne Area Council

State Park

Kendallville

The Pokagon-Kekionga Trail Committee is dedicated to promote historical trail hiking and maintains 21 trails. The committee operates under the sanction of the local BSA Council and maintains these trails under the rules set forth by the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America. It's goal is to provide a means for the unit to improve outdoor programming, aid in Scout advancement, and provide for their achievement?

They have 21 trails for you to hike. The trails are open to all Scouts, there is no trail fee for hiking these trails, and they would like to extend an invitation to you and your Scouts to come out and hike their many trails this summer and fall. They have all types of terrains: hills, valleys, around a lake, or through the woods.

There is also great camping at the State Parks and Reservoirs. Hiking can be a lot of fun for you and your unit! This is a great way to add some Scouting spirit into your unit's program!?

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