Settlers Camp Museum


In 2003 Trexler Scout Reservation celebrated its 75th anniversary and the opening of the camp museum. The museum has various tools, uniforms, pictures, patches, program items, and many many more historical artifacts since the opening of Settlers Camp in 1928. It is located in the camps oldest building, Trexler Hall also known as the Old Dining Hall or Area 7. Anyone may visit the museum while waiting for their troop to check in on Sunday afternoons as well as times announced during the week.

We are looking for Trexler Scout Reservation photos, patches, and memorabilia to enhance our collection! Perhaps you can help? Email our museum curator for assistance.

If the exhibits of the Museum interest you, please consider joining us make history! In addition, donations of money and/or T.S.R., Pioneer Camp, Settlers, Akelaland, and other Scouting memorabilia to the Museum are gratefully accepted. Such donations is the main way the Museum grows and we depend on donations. If you need any further information or if you have questions, corrections or additions to the museum, please contact us.


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