- In-season fishing
- Ice Fishing
- Ice Skating
- Cross Country Skiing
Year round visitors can stay in one of several winterized buildings that can house troops and groups of all sizes. There are also Lean-to's and Tent Campsites that are perfect for year round camping.
The Adirondack area is known for beautiful foliage in autumn and a large amount of snow by mid winter. The heavy snowfall also makes the camp a perfect place for winter training and igloo building.
Camp Director- Frank Mihalek
Frank is a retired police officer who lives in Greenfield with his son, John, who is a Life Scout. He was a camper at Wakpominee in the 1970’s while a scout in Troop 22 in Corinth. He achieved the rank of Life as a youth and was active in the OA, sealing his membership by completing his Brotherhood in 1973. He became a registered adult when his nephew went through the program, and again with his son. Frank loves dogs and can be seen with his German Shepard, Ewrin, at camp frequently.
Treks Director- Frank Winters
A geographer by training, Frank has a master’s degree in Geography from the University of Idaho. Frank earned his Eagle Scout while in a very active troop south of Syracuse creating a lifelong passion for the outdoors and for scouting. OA has been a family affair for the Winters. Frank completing his brotherhood at the same time as his oldest son Luke. At the same event his youngest son Colin completed his ordeal. Luke and Colin, both eagle scouts, showed their commitment to Camp Wakpominee by serving as Waterfront Director, Mountain Bike Director, Trek Guide and Treks Director collectively. Frank is the president of a not-for-profit ski corporation, and mountain bike coach with the National Interscholastic Cycling Association coaching his bike team to a state championship in 2019.
Camp Ranger- Dan Krueger