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Mark Greer Scout Reservation
(Weekend Camping and Program Camp)



166 Bishop Rd. Bozrah, CT. 06334
Camp Office & Scout Shop - 860.887.6043
Scout Service Center - 860.913.2700

In 2013 the Summer Camp resident program (Camp Tadma) was closed, opening up a new chapter to the Camp. Mark Greer Scout Reservation is now a weekend camping and program camp. Weekend camping is available year round (including summertime) for units to enjoy a great outdoor weekend camping experience.
Click on the Season Camp Rental link to the right to check available dates and make reservations.

The Camp is located in the heart of Southeastern Connecticut, only minutes from interstate I-395 and Route 2.

Southeastern Connecticut is home to some major national attractions and the Camp is only minutes from most. This makes the Mark Greer Scout Reservation an ideal location to "base camp" your unit if you are planning to visit any of these local favorites. Only 15 minutes from Camp....

Mystic Seaport, Aquarium and Planetarium.- Mystic, CT

The Mashentucket-Pequot Indian Museum.- Ledyard, CT

The Tantaquidgeon Mohegan Indian Museum- Uncasville, CT

The USS Nautilus Submarine Museum- Groton, CT

The United States Coast Guard Academy (coming soon, the National USCG museum, in New London CT.)

The Dinosaur, Arts and Nature Park- Montville, CT

 

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TRADER JACKS SCOUT SHOP

is still located at camp and carries most all national and local scouting items. Uniforms, uniform patches, rank advancements, camp patches and T-shirts, and of course candy, ice cream and snacks.
The Store is open on Fridays from 5pm to 8pm and all day on Saturday 9am to 6pm.

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