Boy Scout Day Camp at Durland
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BOY SCOUT DAY CAMP
UNDER NEW LEADERSHIP!
The 1,400 Acre Durland Scout Reservation is an awesome opportunity for your son who is a First year Scout or new to the Scouting program and not yet attained the rank of First Class.
This camp is not designed to replace resident camp but is designed to introduce your son to camp and will be an experience unlike no other filled with outdoor activities specifically geared toward the needs of new and young scouts
Adventure & Advancement
Did you just cross over from Webelos to Boy Scouts or are you new to Boy Scouts all together?
Are you looking for an adventurous week long camp, closer to home?
Do you want to get a jump start on advancement?
Then Boy Scout Day Camp at Durland is for you!
This camp is a great local alternative to a resident camp like Read for boys who may be just entering Boy Scouts and want the experience of a resident camp but remain local.
Boys will have the opportunity to advance in rank and merit badges, while having adventures such as swimming, canoeing, hiking and climbing. The camp's goal is to start off your career in Scouting the right way, with a focus on adventure and advancement, all outside in the 1,400 acre Durland Scout Reservation. All of this happens from 8:00 a.m.– 4:00 p.m. weekdays.
2014 Dates & Merit Badges
July 7 – 11 Space Exploration, Crime Prevention
July 14 – 18 Fishing, Fingerprinting
July 21- 25 Geocaching, Orienteering
July 28 – Aug 1 Rifle Shooting, Weather
The cost in 2014 is:
$255 per week
If your Scout is completing fifth, sixth or a higher grade in June, then you should register for Boy Scout Day Camp below. If your Scout is completing first, second, third or fourth grade in June, you should register for Cub Scout Day Camp here.
Child Release Form
Durland Sun Screen Policy
Permission to Shoot Form