There’s a camp called Aquehonga Where I live through all my dreams; Where the whippoorwill is singing And the bright moon beams. There’s a bunch of jolly fellows Who are scouts both tried and true. And they love their Aquehonga Like their own red, white, and blue.
Aquehonga is the camp known as The Showplace of Ten Mile River. A lot of troops attend this camp every summer. Among its features are Patrol Cooking, a one of a kind Scout Skills area, a swimming pool with a water slide, and an amphitheater named after a fellow staff man who was killed in 9/11. You hear this song after all the camp wide campfires in Aquehonga.