Welcome to the Wipala Wiki lodge website!

Wipala Wiki lodge is the Order of the Arrow lodge for Grand Canyon Council. While our council headquarters are in Phoenix, we have roughly 1600 members making us one the largest in the country both in membership and geographically. We have members all around the state of Arizona. Our lodge was formed in 1950 and is going strong 69 years later. Our lodge makes up one-fourth of Section W-6W, and is apart of the Western Region.

If you have questions about our lodge, please direct them to our volunteer Lodge Adviser, Ken Adams.

Upcoming Trainings

March 22-24, Camp Geronimo

Regional leadership training for youth and adults! Great for lodge and chapter leaders. This is held a couple of times a year but this one is close to home!

March 22-24, Camp Geronimo

Regional leadership training for our adult advisers! Great for lodge and chapter advisers. This is held a couple of times a year but this one is close to home!

Latest Stories

New Chief-ly Speaking

Hello Wipala Wiki Lodge! I am Riely B., your 2019 Lodge Chief. It’s my honor to serve you during the next year as we strive towards success as a lodge under our new theme: ‘Honoring the Past, Creating the Future.’ It was my pleasure to meet many of you at our banquet...

Our Past Chief’s Banquet Speech

On January 25, 2019 Wipala Wiki’s annual Winter Banquet commenced at around 6:00pm that night. Many awards were given out and many speeches were made. Honorable youth were mentioned and recognized for their amazing effort to assist the Lodge and the mission of the...

Immediate Past Chiefly Speaking

Brothers, Last month I sent my official farewell in the Tom Tom, but I was asked to publish one more article regarding banquet and the end of my term. I want to thank everyone who came out to the banquet. We were very proud of how it turned out and hope it sets a new...

When is the Appropriate time to wear your OA Sash?

This is a great question!!! The Bryan on Scouting blog from Scouting magazine answers this question in full detail in this blog post. This is a good read for all members. There are appropriate times for members to wear their sash. Click here for the full article,...