The 50th Anniversary Hike was enjoyed by many and is now in the books!  Thank you to all who contributed to this special time on the trail.

Two Trees  

50th Anniversary

Of the

Potawatomi Trail



The Potawatomi Trail Committee will be putting on the same hike as

50 years ago on the ’Charter Day’ Hike of the Potawatomi Trail


on Saturday May 17th  &   Sunday May 18th , 2014


Open to all Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venture Crews, and the General Public


We will be offering the original Charter Day Hike - approximately 8 miles


On May 17th &/or May 18th  you must register for the hike at the

Camp Munhacke Program Center @ 20120 Bartell Road  Gregory, MI   48137

 to receive your special 50th Anniversary Day Hiker 2014 patch. 

This is a ‘One Time Only’ patch given to those who register on the weekend of the hike (any remaining patches will be destroyed after the hike).


REGISTRATION TIMES:  9 AM - 4 PM No Hikers after 4pm do to Darkness


The cost is only $5.00 per person

Credit/Debit accepted - checks payable to: Potawatomi Trail Committee


There will be “Limited Edition” Potawatomi Trail patches to honor the 50th Anniversary available to purchase, as well as a special GOLD Potawatomi Trail Medal. 


Complete sets will be available to registered hikers for $30.  Sets include: 2 Anniversary Day Hiker Patches (Indian & Totem Pole) available only on hike weekend, 2 Anniversary Gold Mylar patches (Indian & Totem Pole), 2 Anniversary Red border patches (Indian & Totem Pole), and 1 Gold Medal.  Also 2 GST Potawatomi Trail patches (Indian & Totem Pole).

Framed sets will also be available to order.


Overnight camping for Scouting Units available at: Camp Munhacke Boy Scout Camp, for reservations go to


Or State campgrounds Crooked Lake, Blind Lake, or Bruin Lake , for reservations go to or call 800-44Parks


More information is available on our website:

All proceeds go towards Boy Scout youth programs - Check for updates on the website


Any Questions about the hike please call:  Dee 734-368-8135 or Randy 810-923-0811

50th Anniversary Hike Map (marked in green)

(clipart courtesy of