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Summer Camping Opportunities in 2017

What are your plans for this summer?  When you look out your window it is hard to believe that summer is just a few short months away.  We have already started to gear up for an exciting summer full of adventure for 2017

Information for our resident camps





  Camp Registration Fees are staying at 2016 levels, no increase.



Early Bird Fee - $405

Register for Camp and pay the deposit of $50 due before March 1, 2017 and paid in full before May 15, 2017

Regular Camp Fee - $430

Register for camp after March 1, and paid in full before May 15, 2017.

More information on the CAMP FEE can be found here:  Fee Schedule info.pdf



There are 22 Specialty Camps scheduled for this summer, including 4 Trail to Eagle Camps

This is the link to register:


Campership Applications are available

2017 Campership Form for Cub Scout & Webelos Resident Camp Link 

 2017 Campership Form for Cub Scout Day Camp Link

 2017 Campership Form for Boy Scout Resident Camp- Link



Summer Camp Staff Opportunities,

Have you ever wanted to work at Camp?  Here is your chance.

Camp Mattatuck Staff Application: Link

J N Webster Staff Application: Link

Camp Workcoeman Staff Application: Link



Some other upcoming opportunities

National Youth Leadership Training:

There will be 2 sessions this summer at JN WEBSTER

June 26 - July 1  &  August 7 - 12

More information can be found here: 2017 NYLT.pdf



 2017 Health Form

This is the link to the Health Form for 2017.  Parts A,B,C, & D are required to be completed for all residence camps.  High Adventure Bases & the 2017 National Jamboree have Health Forms specific to them

 This is the link: 


For 2018 a Philmont trip is planned, we have 3 Crews of 12 going.

Philmonts signature program is the High-Adventure Expedition. Each 12-day expedition provides opportunities for participants to:

 Explore the high country in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of northeastern New Mexico.

  • Experience the thrill of climbing mountains over two miles high.
  • Participate in a wide array of activities that teach Scouting skills—archaeology, backpacking, camping, climbing, fishing, forestry, horsemanship, Indian lore and much more.
  • Develop leadership, group dynamics, and wilderness problem-solving, and outdoor skills. Crews hike Philmont's mountains, spending nights at various backcountry camps. At staffed camps, crews can participate in a variety of programs presented by Philmont backcountry staff. Among these programs are horseback riding, burro packing, gold panning, rock climbing, .30-06 rifle shooting, archaeology, spar pole climbing, mountain biking and interpretive programs such as homesteading and mountain man rendezvous.

 If you decide to apply to attend Philmont, you must be physically fit, have proper clothing and equipment and be willing to follow instructions and work as a team with your crew and take responsibility for your own health and safety. Philmont is not risk free and you should be prepared to listen to safety instructions carefully, follow directions and take appropriate steps to safeguard yourself and others. The High Adventure Committee selects adult participants based upon adult to youth participation ratio, Scouting Background and BSA Policy. All participants must be a registered member of the Boy Scouts of America.


For additional information and to register:


If you have any questions please contact me

Jim Waters
Director of Support Services