Deadlines

  • 50% Payment due by March 4th to hold campsite.
  • Full Payment due by May 6th to get Early Bird Discount.

We believe that every boy should experience the magic of a Boy Scout summer camp and so we keep the cost of attending as low as possible. Countless volunteer hours, financial gifts and a strong commitment to the vision and mission of the Boy Scouts of America all contribute to keeping our fees very reasonable when compared to what is offered. If you want to know more about how you can help, whether it be through our service corps or a gift please inquire at the camp or council office.

Boy Scout Resident Camp Fees

Fee Early
Discount
In-Council
Discount
In-Council
+ Early Bird
Youth $305 $285 $280 $260
Required Adult $130 $130 $120 $120
Additional Adult $155 $155 $145 $145
Partial Adult $95 $95 $85 $85

Adventure Point Camp Fees

Fee Early
Discount
In-Council
Discount
In-Council
+ Early Bird
Youth $270 $250 $245 $225
Required Adult $130 $130 $120 $120
Additional Adult $155 $155 $145 $145
Partial Adult $90 $90 $80 $80

Provisional Boy Scout Resident Camp Fees

Fee Early
Discount
In-Council
Discount
In-Council
+ Early Bird
Youth $315 $295 $290 $270

CAmperships

A strong work ethic and self-reliance is a lesson that Scouting has been teaching for many years. However, if a Scout is unable to be part of a Scouting event due to lack of funds, he may never learn this lesson. The Camp Scholarship program begins this lesson by allowing Scouts to identify a “good turn” work project for which he could be awarded up to 50% of his camp fee. Applications are due by March 4th, with projects completed prior to camp. Camperships are available for Crossroads of America Council Scouts attending Ransburg Scout Reservation. Other councils have similar programs for their Scout families.

Refund

Camp fees are generally not refundable other than in the case of hardships or an emergency. In order to be considered for reimbursement, a refund must be requested by the unit leadership during camp. The $20 reservation portion of the fee is non-refundable but is transferable to a new Scout reservation. All refunds will be reviewed following camp and reimbursement should be completed by September 30th.

Required Adults

A required adult is an adult who counts towards the required one adult per eight youth ratio. Fees for required adults are at a slight discount. In general the required adult fee is calculated by dividing the total number of youth reserved by eight. All required adults will be assigned a seat in the dining hall with their respective troop.

Additional Adults

Adults beyond the required one per eight ratio who are in camp for more than three days are considered additional adults. All additional adults will be assigned a seat in the dining hall with their respective troop.

Partial Adults Partial adults are those adults who will be in camp three days or less. All partial adults will be assigned a seat in the dining hall with their respective troop.

Visitors

Visitors who are in camp and desire to eat a meal in the dining hall must purchase a meal ticket at the camp office. All visitor meals cost $9.50. Only those with a purchased meal are permitted in the dining hall. Any adult leader who is not paid as a required adult, additional adult or partial adult will be considered a visitor and need to purchase a meal ticket if they intend to eat in the dining hall. Our dining hall has limited space and so it may be difficult to sit visitors with their troop. If an open seat exists ( for example a partial adult is no longer in camp) visitors will be able to sit with their troop. In most cases however, visitors will need to sit at the visitors table. The dining hall steward can help visitors locate this table if necessary.