-All users of Council camping facilities and/or equipment are responsible for cleaning and repair or replacement of damaged items. Groups not properly settling damage/cleaning charges may not use facilities in the future.
-At least two adults must be with each group of youth. We strongly suggest a ratio of at least one adult for each eight youths. Co-educational groups must have co-educational leadership.
-All camp rules and Boy Scout camping practices must be followed. The camp ranger/caretaker is the final authority on camp rules and policy.
-There will be no refunds for cancellation unless another group rents on same weekend.
-Cub Scout Packs must have a BALOO-trained leader.
-Groups may contact the Council Service Center for a package rate when numerous facilities are requested.
-Non-Scouting groups are requested to provide a Certificate of Insurance.
Units should check for postings when pulling into property. If nothing is posted, proceed to your reserved area. Please do not drive in any grassy areas, the ground is very susceptible to damage from vehicles.
Units need to police areas and pick up and dispose of any trash, sweep and clean any facilities used and make certain any fires are "cold out". If there were any issues or damage, please email information to: firstname.lastname@example.org.