Buzzards Rock

The large rock outcropping overlooking the Octoraro has been a popular spot to explore since the early days of Camp and before.  Buzzard's Rock was also found to have Native-American artifacts, and is presumed to have been a shelter for the Lenni-Lenape during their tenure on the property.

Pictures
Pictures

Land Before Time
Land Before Time

Joe Bradley obtained the following interesting article from Clarke Green, Past Camp Director further talking about the rich history of what is today's Horseshoe Scout Reservation.  This article appeared in the Fall 2006 issue of the HSRAA newsletter, The Octorara Loop.

See Also

For more information on Camp's earliest inhabitants, click here.
To see a short movie clip of the 1930's Buzzard's Rock Pageant click here.

Buzzards Rock Jigsaw Puzzle
Buzzards Rock Jigsaw Puzzle

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