Orwell residents call for state to buy Scout camp on lake

CAMP SUNRISE SITS between Sunset and Sunrise Lakes. Photo courtesy of the Boy Scouts Green Mountain Council

While the water in Sunset Lake is clear, future access to the lake — as part of a 146-acre spread in Orwell and Benson that’s been owned and used by Vermont Boy Scouts for almost a century — is becoming murky.

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