Updated January 26 at 10:26am

Summer fun, learning at Yawgoog

Boy Scouts get ready to canoe at Three Point Waterfront at Camp Yawgoog. The Hopkinton camp welcomed Boy Scouts for the 97th consecutive season on July 1. The 1,800-acre reservation serves more than 6,400 Scouts during the summer from as far as Germany. Yawgoog is the country’s third-oldest Boy Scout camp and is operated by the Narragansett Council, Boy Scouts of America. This year, the camp will be open for eight weeks, until Aug. 26. More

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Summer fun, learning at Yawgoog

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Boy Scouts get ready to canoe at Three Point Waterfront at Camp Yawgoog. The Hopkinton camp welcomed Boy Scouts for the 97th consecutive season on July 1. The 1,800-acre reservation serves more than 6,400 Scouts during the summer from as far as Germany. Yawgoog is the country’s third-oldest Boy Scout camp and is operated by the Narragansett Council, Boy Scouts of America. This year, the camp will be open for eight weeks, until Aug. 26.

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