Camp Bomazeen

  • Camp Bomazeen is named for Chief Bomazeen of the Norridgewock tribe of the Abnaki nation.
  • The Camp Bomazeen property was donated in 1944 by Dr. George G. & Francis M. Averill of Waterville.
  • Camp Bomazeen opened in the summer of 1946.
  • Bomazeen operated as a Boy Scout resident camp until the end of 2003.
  • Pine Tree Council is currently working to transform the camp in to a Cub Scout resident camp - home of Cub World.
  • In Augusta 2004 Esther J. Perne of the Summertime in the Belgrades paper outlined the Cub World plans.1
  • K-Valley District held their District Cub Scout Day Camp at Bomazeen in 2007 and 2008.
  • Directions to Camp Bomazeen

 

 

 

2003-2004 Plan for Cub World at Bomazeen