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Tuckahoe invites you to travel back to the bygone days of King Arthur. Alas, the villainous Mordred and his barbarian hordes threaten our Kingdom! King Arthur will train your Scouts as Squires as they restore peace and tranquility to our fair land. Join the fun by working with your Scouts to prepare theme-related costumes!
When can Scouts go camping?
Cub Scout Sessions
- Session 1 June 17-19
- Session 2 June 21-23 (Capacity exceeded, registration closed)
- Session 3 August 11-13
- Session 4 August 14-16
- Session 1 June 25-29
- Session 2 July 30-August 3
- Session 3 August 5-9
How do we make our reservation?
To make a reservation for summer camp, your unit must complete a 2012 Pack Summer Camp Reservation Form and send it to the council office with a non-refundable $100 deposit. When your unit attends camp you will have a choice of crediting this site deposit fee toward the balance of your summer camp fees or applying it to your 2013 summer camp reservation.
A $35, for Cub Resident and $60 for Webelos Resident, non-refundable deposit for each Scout and adult is due before April 1st. A special, limited edition summer camp patch will be given for each deposit made by April 1st.
What is the total cost for Summer Camp?
Cub Resident Camp-If paid in full by May 1 the total fee per Scout is $115, after May 1 the fee is $140. The adult fee is $55 per adult after free adults.
Webelos Resident Camp-If paid in full by May 1 the total fee per Scout is $230, after May 1 the fee is $255. The adult fee is $100 after free adults.
Who can go camping?
Cub Scouts, Webelos and their adult partners
Why should Scouts go camping?
- Boys become Scouts to go camping? Those who do are more likely to stay in Scouting!
- Our program facilities and equipment can’t be matched by a unit on its own! Tuckahoe added nearly $5 million in improvements less than 10 years ago!
- The Tuckahoe Staff provides enthusiastic instruction, ensures safe conduct, and engages every camper with a positive attitude!
What level of adult supervision is required?
Youth protection requires at least two adult leaders to be in camp with each unit at all times. We impose the additional requirement of at least one adult for every eight Scouts.
Will there be opportunities to visit our Scout?
There is a family barbecue the last afternoon of the Scouts stay. The cost is $7 for each adult guest and $5 for each guest between the ages of 6 and 11. Younger guests eat for free!
What will our Scouts do at camp?
Other themed events:
- The King’s Tournament
- The Viking Sea Squall
- Search for the Holy Grail
To learn more or to make a reservation contact the camping services office at 717.432.5232.