Established in 1924
169 Camp Workcoeman Road
New Hartford, CT 06057
860-379-2207- Camp Office
860-379-1756- Health Lodge
860-379-7427- Kitchen Office
Camp Workcoeman is located in the hills of northwest Connecticut in scenic New Hartford. The camp consists of 550 acres on the shore of beautiful West Hill Lake possibly the cleanest lake in Connecticut.
Established in 1924, it is one of the oldest continuously operated Scout camps in the country. For 90 years, thousands of Scouts and leaders have had unforgettable Scouting experiences at Camp Workcoeman. This fine tradition of Scouting continues today.
Camp Workcoeman is used year-round for short-term camping for all Scouting Cub Packs, Scout Troops, Venture Crews as well as district and Order of the Arrow activities.
Click HERE for Short Term Camping Facility Reservations
During the summer camp season, over 1,300 Scouts enjoy unforgettable Scouting experiences and fun.
Boy Scout Resident Camp - 5 weeks beginning July 5
Trail to Eagle Camp/ Specialty Camp Programs - August 9-14
PADI SCUBA Certification - July 19-25, August 9-14
2015 Cub Scout Summer Camp
Webelos Resident Camp Cub Resident Camp Cub Mini-Weeks
Cub Day Camp Family Camp
Why Should Your Unit Attend Summer Camp at Camp Workcoeman?
A QUALITY PROGRAM –A flexible program, tailored to the needs of your troop or pack from the new Scout to the veterans.
A DEDICATED STAFF - A Camp Director with more than 34 years experience and a trained, high quality staff that return every year. Flexibility, caring and dedication are the essential qualities that make up the Camp Workcoeman Staff.
A CONSISTENT PHILOSOPHY – You want the best summer program and the staff is here to deliver the finest program available to your Scouts!
For all schedule and program information, visit the official Camp Workcoeman website: CampWorkcoeman.org
Camp Director Lou Seiser firstname.lastname@example.org
Become A Member of the Citizens of Shawtown
The Citizens of Shawtown is Camp Workcoeman's volunteer support group. It is a group of volunteers who work together to support and enhance the program and facilities at Camp Workcoeman. Many of its members attended Workcoeman as youths or as adults, some have served on the camp staff. Others are interested volunteers who help support the camp in many ways.
You are invited to become a member of the Citizens of Shawtown. You will receive information regarding camp projects, work days and events planned during the year.
To be included on the member list, contact Brian Cornell.