Outdoor Family Experience Summer 2020
June 01, 2020
The Outdoor Family Experience is a safe and socially distant way to camp this summer. Whether you choose an overnight campsite ($25 per group, per night), a Day Pass ($10 per group, per day), or a cabin (varies by cabin), your family or Scout unit will have access to hiking, fishing, and other natural features of camp. Additional staffed programs, boating, swimming, climbing, and horseback rides ($20 an hour per family) will be available at certain camps. You will see all the available options while registering.
What is included with every overnight or day visit: hiking, creek walks (where applicable), latrine and shower facilities, fishing (bring your own poles), and any other outdoor activities you bring (biking, lawn games, etc.)
For your safety, certain high-touch and tough to clean activities will be closed: Hucks Cove, Cub World playground/pirate ship, Mud Cave, Gagaball pits, Bouldering walls, and most buildings throughout camp.
For additional information like what to pack, what not to bring, check-in procedures, trail information, and more, please review our Outdoor Family Experience guide HERE. Also, if you are not registered in Scouting, welcome! Please know that before you arrive in camp, everyone in your party will need to fill out a Hold Harmless Agreement and submit them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, there are certain things that you cannot bring onto a Boy Scouts Camp property, like alcohol, non prescription drugs, fireworks, firearms, and pets. Lastly, no camp stay can be longer than 72 hours.
Outdoor Family Experience guide HERE.
If you have questions regarding the Outdoor Family Experience, please contact email@example.com.
Families and Scout units visiting should come prepared to enjoy the outdoors responsibly by following state and local government restrictions and guidelines set forth by the CDC.