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Camp Stambaugh

With reservations placed after 10/23/2018 the Akela Adirondack cabins can only be reserved with either the Akela Lodge or Baloo Lodge. If a unit has reserved them they will become unavailable.

Directions to Camp

From SR-11 exit at US-224 (Exit 34), proceed East, and turn south on S Raccoon Road. Continue to the intersection with Leffingwell Road. Turn Left proceed 8/10 of a mile and the Camp entrance is on the LEFT.

 

Please visit http://manatoc.org/directions.html for more complete directions and a map or visit https://goo.gl/maps/tg22b3Pyv8m

 

3712 Leffingwell Rd
Canfield, Ohio 44406

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6,110Capacity
2,950Seating
444Sleeping

Day
Check-In
08:00 AM
Check-Out
11:00 PM


Night
Check-In
07:00 PM
Check-Out
12:00 PM


Cabin
Family Camping (Tent)
Dining Hall
Kitchen
Packages
Campsite
Ranges
Shelters

Camp Use Policy Back to Top

To review the complete list and print it out for your reference while at camp, visit Manatoc.org (Click Here).

Cub Scout Packs - Please Review the GTC Cub Scout Camping Guidelines for additional policies.

Camp Rules

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1. All injuries must be reported to the Administration Building and appropriate forms completed.

2. If you call 911 from a cell phone regarding an accident, please call the campmaster on duty at 330-657-2592 (Manatoc) or 330-657-2422 (Butler), or send a runner to the Manatoc Administration Building or the Butler Director’s Cabin so the campmaster can meet the rescue squad and direct them to the proper location. This will supply the campmaster with initial information concerning the accident.

3. NO liquid fuel (i.e. white gas, kerosene, etc.) or propane tanks larger than one pound are permitted in buildings for cooking purposes. Only camp stoves are permitted in buildings for cooking purposes.

4. NO heaters of any kind permitted in buildings.

5. Keep fires to a minimum.

6. Alcohol or fireworks are prohibited on the Manatoc Scout Reservation.

7. Riding in the bed of a truck or trailer on camp property is prohibited.

8. Sheath knives prohibited on the Manatoc Scout Reservation.

9. Keep off all roofs.

10. NO pets allowed on the Manatoc Scout Reservation.

11. Smoking in buildings or in front of youth is prohibited.

12. Building bed capacity MUST be adhered to. Extra cots or mattresses are not permitted.

13. Males & Females are required to use separate sleeping quarters.

14. Weekend camping is not available during June, July, or August.

15. Climbing towers and walls at Manatoc are off limits.

16. Generally, all tent camping is at Camp Butler. Overflow tent campers (when approved at Manatoc) will be charged at the appropriate tent camper rate.

17. Tent camping is not permitted on the activity field at Butler or the parade fields at both camps.

18. At Butler, only one vehicle allowed at campsite for unloading of equipment, then the vehicle must be parked in the parking lot.

19. Fishing from shoreline only.

20. 11:00 p.m. curfew. Must be in campsite after this time.

21. Any damages to facilities will be charged accordingly.  

RULES FOR RIFLES—SHOTGUNS—ARCHERY RANGE

RANGES ARE NOT AVAILABLE FOR RENTAL 11-15 TO 3-15 ANNUALY.

1. NO weapons allowed on camp property.

2. For BB gun and archery, council certification in Shooting Sports is required. For rifle range, BSA National Camp School certification in Shooting Sports or NRA certification is required. Certification must be in the office before you arrive at camp.

3. Camp will provide arrows, bring your own BB’s & 22 cal ammo. All 22 cal ammo should be secured in the trunk of a vehicle until used.

4. Provide your own targets. Animal or human image targets are not permitted.

5. Rifles, BB guns, and bows will be provided by the camp. DO NOT bring your own.

6. A $10 fee will be charged for each rifle returned uncleaned.

To review the complete list and print it out for your reference while at camp, visit Manatoc.org (Click Here).

Cub Scout Packs - Please Review the GTC Cub Scout Camping Guidelines for additional policies.

Check In Procedure Back to Top

All groups must check in with the Campmaster at Eagle Lodge. Check in time is no earlier than 7:00 pm on Fridays.

Check Out Procedure Back to Top

The unit is to arrange for check-out by the Campmaster prior to leaving camp. The Campmaster, the Senior Patrol Leader and adult leader will inspect the facility, noting any damage evident since check-in, and arrangements made for repair.

The unit is officially released from obligation after the facilities are checked by the Council Ranger on the following Monday.

Cancellation Policy Back to Top
Cancellation of your reservation will incur fee of $10.00 or 10% of the reservation whichever is greater. Remaining funds will be available as a credit for a future reservation. (Fees will not be "refunded", only issued as credit.)
No funds will be refunded or credited within 14 days of the activity date.
Cleaning Policy Back to Top
Units are responsible for cleaning there facilities at camp before departure. We suggest regular dish soap, it's good for the dishes, diluted you can wipe down sinks, fridges, faucets, shower stalls, and mop floors. Health Department Regulations now require all mattress must be wiped down.

Any facility (building / council ring / range / firearm / tent site) left in a condition requiring additional cleaning after your departure will result in a cleaning fee proportional with the amount of time invested being charged to your account. Prior to your next use of our facility, this debit would need to be satisfied.