Summer Camp is fast approaching and our council is prepared to make this summer unforgettable. We also continue to make safety our top priority and continue to review our safety protocols in accordance with federal, state, and local guidelines.
Updated May 19, 2021: Per new CDC summer camp guidelines, the 7-day temperature check will no longer be required for campers and visitors at our summer camps in 2021.
Updated June 7, 2021: After consultation with our council physician, council risk management committee, and county health officials, our camps have now been cleared to operate dining halls at normal capacity at our summer camps in 2021.
For those that are uncomfortable in a dining hall setting, we will also be offering increased outdoor seating options at all meals. This will allow for additional spacing for those individuals who would like to spread out further.
To request outdoor seating for meals, please complete our Special Needs Request Form below. (Bartle Only)
*All Cub Scout Camps at Naish continue to operate below capacity
Reason for the change:
- Camp Dining Halls are operating in accordance with health department recommendations including increased sanitation procedures, open-air ventilation and increased signage.
- Increased vaccination ability for all camp participants (12 and older)
- On-site rapid response testing kits
Updated June 8, 2021: New this summer, we have been issued rapid testing kits from our county and state health departments as part of our rapid response plan.
We continue to review all of our safety protocols when it comes to our summer camping operations and continue to implement guidelines from federal, state, and local health officials, as well as the National BSA accreditation program.
2021 Summer Camp Health and Safety Plan
Required Camper Documents: