Camp Ingawanis

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It is said that a 12-year-old boy died here when he jumped from a swing and hit his head on a rock. Folks in the area have noted a moving swing when there is no breeze, and some have heard the boy’s giggle.

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2482 Grand Ave
Waverly, IA ‎
United States

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42.689581, -92.41589799999997
Bremer County, Iowa
Nearest Towns:
Janesville, IA (3.8 mi.)
Waverly, IA (3.9 mi.)
Denver, IA (4.2 mi.)
Shell Rock, IA (8.6 mi.)
Readlyn, IA (9.7 mi.)
Cedar Falls, IA (11.3 mi.)
Tripoli, IA (11.4 mi.)
Plainfield, IA (12.5 mi.)
New Hartford, IA (13.5 mi.)
Waterloo, IA (14.1 mi.)


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  1. I am a Boy Scout and have camped and staffed at this camp for many years. Not a single person I came across has ever seen or heard of a ghost around the camp. And take it from a person who has camped there for almost a decade, THERE IS NO GHOST!!

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