1. The Scout Oath and Law will be the basis for personal conduct by ALL persons using the facilities.
2. Twenty-one (21) year old leadership must be present with the unit at all times. A second leader, age 18 or older, must also be present. Youth Protection rules will be strictly enforced.
3. Propane stoves and lanterns are recommended for groups using cabins or campsites. Liquid Fuel stoves and lanterns are permitted in campsites and some cabins. All stoves and lanterns must be commercial products recommended for camping use. A responsible adult must be directly responsible for all fuel storage and fueling of stoves and lanterns. Bulk fuel containers must be stored with the Camp Ranger. No liquid fuel including charcoal lighter is to be used for starting fires. No chainsaws permitted.
4. Pets are not allowed in camp.
5. The Boy Scouts of America prohibits the use of alcoholic beverages and controlled substances at encampments or activities on property owned and/or operated by the Boy Scouts of America, or at any activity involving participation of youth members. Adult leaders should support the attitude that young adults are better off without tobacco and may not allow the use of tobacco products at any BSA activity involving youth participants. All Scouting functions, meetings, and activities should be conducted on a smoke-free basis, with smoking areas located away from all participants. No smoking in any building on any council property.
6. All cars and trucks must be parked and unloaded in the designated parking areas. All types of camping vehicles must be parked according to instructions of the Camp Ranger.
7. For safety reasons, vehicles need to remain in designated parking areas outside of camp. Exceptions may be made for those with handicapped placards with approval of the Camp Administration.
8. Leave your campsite cleaner and in better shape than you found it. Remember, someone will be leaving a campsite for you. All fires are to be started only in established fire rings.
9. Use of the kitchen in the Dining Hall requires specially trained staff, which will be determined on an individual group basis by the Director of Camping.
10. The Twin Rivers Council provides accident insurance for all in-council units. Each unit attending camp must provide a roster form upon arrival. Any accident that occurs at camp must be reported to the Council Service Center.
- Reservations done with a 2 week lead time
- Pick up is after 3pm the day prior to the event (unless it is on a weekend then it can be picked up on Friday after 3pm)
Recruiting items can be rented thru out the week and weekend.
- Return of the Recruiting items id prior to 3 pm the day after the event, so there is time to look at materials and make dure they are ready for the next unit.
With a recognition that sometimes even the best-laid plans need to be adjusted and that financial resources for our units are precious, the following camp reservation refund procedure is in place for all non-summer camp facility reservations.Each reservation fee includes a 50% non-refundable deposit which will be forfeit upon cancelation.
• More than 30 Days until Reservation: A refund of 50% of fees paid will be issued.
• Less than 30 Days until Reservation: No refund will be provided unless the facility is booked by another group on the date of your reservation.
If the camp closes because of weather or other circumstances, units will be contacted by the camping team. If the camp closes a full refund or a full credit for a future reservation within the same calendar year will be made.
The future reservation must be booked within two weeks of the time of cancellation.
All cancellations and rebooking must be done by speaking with Tyler Henderson by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 518-869-6436 x122.
All Items must be left in as good if not better condition then when found. If items are not cleaned you will be accessed a cleaning fee.