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Thanks to grants from the George W. P. Magee Trust and the Chuck and Monica McQuaid Family Foundation, and thanks also the labor and skill of the Friends of Treasure Valley, the Mohegan Lodge (formerly the Life Lodge, old Trading Post, old Camp Office, etc.) was completely renovated in 2017-2018 and formally dedicated in June 2018.

This building now serves as a Scoutmaster Center and Staff Center in the summer and as a heated bunk house in the fall, winter, and spring.  In the latter respect it replaces the Eagle Lodge bunk house, which is now the Trading Post. A large main room has eight double bunks for a capacity of 16 youth. This main room eventually will have a folding wall allowing separate quarters for male and female youth as needed. There are two adult bunk rooms, one for males and one for females, each sleeping five individuals. If one of the adult bunk rooms is not needed by a particular unit, youth may be housed there as well. Tables, chairs, and wi-fi are also available in this building.

The Mohegan Lodge is heated with a propane-fired forced hot air heating system.  This facility is intended primarily as a warm place to sleep and do limited activities in cold-weather months. The Mohegan Lodge does not have bathrooms but the year-round Boonesville Restroom is a short walk away. Likewise, this building does not have a kitchen and cooking is not allowed indoors. Half-barrels and picnic tables are available outdoors and units are encouraged to bring whatever shelters and cooking equipment they normally do for camping trips. Water is available at the Magee Lodge as is true for all of East Camp in the cold weather months. Parking areas near the Mohegan Lodge will of course be plowed in winter.

Units seeking heated amenities including kitchen, dining, bathrooms, and showers are welcome to rent the West Lodge and/or Venture Lodge.

2018-08-05 McQ.

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Facility Amenities

Camp Use Policy Back to Top

Absolutely NO Fire Wood is to be brought into HNE camps. It will be confiscated. Renters understand that rentals are not guaranteed until payment is received, and may be canceled at any time. Renters and their groups agree to abide by the policies of the Boy Scouts of America, the Heart of New England Council, Inc, the camps own policies, and to all local, state, and federal regulations that may apply. They understand that the Camp Ranger and/or his designee has the authority to remove groups or individuals from camp property. Renters agree to make arrangements with the Camp Master or his designee upon check in and departure and assume all responsibility for my group’s behavior and any cost associated with cleaning and damage attributed to my group during our rental period. Choices of Service Projects are subject to the discretion of the Camp Ranger. Only the main roads will be plowed in the winter. Scouts will be expected to hike into campsites where necessary.

Check In Procedure Back to Top

Weekend Check-In begins at 6:00PM. Units must check-in at the King Office where the Campmaster will collect rosters and show you to your campsite or facility. 

Check Out Procedure Back to Top

Weekend rentals conclude by 11AM on Sunday. Units must schedule a departure time with the Campmaster and must have their facility ready for inspection prior to departure. 

Cancellation Policy Back to Top

Facility rentals canceled prior to 30 days will receive a full refund to the original payment method used. Within 14 days will have a 10% fee withheld, within 7 days will have a 25% fee withheld, and within 24 hours will have a 50% fee withheld. 

Cancelations made due to altered or canceled programs at camp will receive full refunds.