Our Camps offer some of the finest outdoor experiences a Scout, his friends, and parents can enjoy anywhere, and here’s why:
Each of our Camping programs is administered by a Nationally Certified Camp Director and all key staff are trained in their areas of responsibility. Our staff members are carefully selected and reflect the principles of Scouting.
All of our camps feature facilities in natural surroundings. Our Cub Adventure Day Camp, Family Camp and Webelos Overnight Week are held at locations that are inspected for safety, cleanliness, and program suitability.
It’s easy to see the benefits of the programs we offer. Of course, fun is the top priority of every boy. But, while delivering the fun, we manage to add in equal amounts of citizenship, fitness, self-esteem, and character development that are the hallmarks of Scouting.
Parents are urged to participate at Webelos Overnight Week. If you volunteer for the week your Cub will attend for free! Family members may visit camp Wednesday afternoon for the bbq & closing campfire.
A limited number of partial Camperships will be available to families who demonstrate a need. A confidential campership Application is available by clicking here. Please send in your Campership Application along with your Camp Registration form. Camperships are not typically granted in amounts greater than 50% of the camp fee.
Knox Trail Council maintains an insurance policy which covers all Scouts while at camp. This policy is an excess policy, which means that benefits are paid in excess of the benefits paid by any other insurance which the individual or group may have. To summarize, if your Scout is injured at camp, your personal insurance becomes primary for coverage with the camp insurance picking up any remaining amount. If no other insurance is available, the council’s policy will cover expenses.
Each of our camps undergoes one or more safety inspections prior to and during operation. Our camp was certified as Nationally Accredited by the BSA during the 2010 summer camp season.
Cancellation of Programs
The Knox Trail Council reserves the right to cancel any program. Youth having made reservations for any cancelled program will be given the opportunity to make reservations for any other program being offered.
All fees must be paid in full at time of registration. There is a $50 per week nonrefundable cancellation fee. After June 1, refunds issued for medical reasons only. All refund requests must be made in writing no later than August 31, 2012.
The programs of the Knox Trail Council are available to all boys without regard to race, color, religion, disability, or national origin. Any youth member may attend any age appropriate camp conducted within the council.
The email receipt you receive after you complete your registration is the only confirmation you will receive. No further email confirmations will be sent. The confirmation documents can be obtained by clicking here.
A BSA Health and Medical Record filled out completely and signed by a doctor must be brought to camp on the first day (DO NOT mail it to camp). The medical form no longer allows attaching another physical exam (ie: sports physical) to the BSA medical form. The physician’s signature must be on the BSA form to be valid. There are absolutely no exceptions to this requirement. Click here to download a copy of the medical form. Please send a copy. Do not send the original we cannot return them.
Certified medical personnel are on duty all day in the camp Health Lodge. Medications are stored in a safe, locked storage compartment, and are dispensed by the camp’s Health Officer. The camp has working agreements with area Rescue Squads and local hospitals in case of emergencies. A physician is on call at all times.
Why wonder…call us! Questions about our camps can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the Knox Trail Council Service Center, Monday through Friday, between 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. 508-872-6551. During the camp season please contact the camp directly: Camp Resolute: 978-779-2777.
Massachusetts Department of Public Health
This camp must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (105 CMR 430.000), and be licensed by the Nashoba Associated Boards of Health, Ayer, MA. Information on 105 CMR 430.000 can be obtained at 617-983-6761.