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Mail, Internet, and Phone
Mail and Packages
We accept and sort daily deliveries from USPS, UPS, FedEx and other carrier services. Please remind parents that it takes a minimum of three days for mail to reach Many Point, so please write early. Mail is then delivered to your troop or crew's campsite. Packages are left near the mailboxes for pickup.
|Mail Should be Addressed:
|Site Name and Unit Number
||Ft. Francis - Troop 1910
|Many Point Scout Camp
||Many Point Scout Camp
|41408 Many Point Road
||41408 Many Point Road
|Ponsford, MN 56575
||Ponsford, MN 56575
Stamps are available for purchase at camp. Each sub-camp has an outgoing mailbox that is picked up each morning. Scouts should consider sending a postcard home to their friends or family to celebrate the experience.
Complimentary wireless internet for adults is available any time at the Loon Café, located in the Administration Building. Youth are strongly encouraged to not use internet during their week at camp as to preserve the wilderness character of being at camp.
Emergency Phone Messages can be accepted at 218-573-3257. Callers should be prepared to leave the individual's name, unit number, and campsite. Due to distance to campsites and unit schedules, it may take several hours for a message to reach the intended participant.
Cellular coverage widely varies by carrier. In general, Verizon has the best coverage, while everything else is going to have very limited service in and around Many Point. In order to preserve the wilderness character of camp, we ask unit leaders to limit cell phone usage and to not allow youth to use phones.
General Camp Phone Line: 612-261-2455