JUNE NORCROSS WEBSTER SCOUT RESERVATION
Troop sign up for 2023 Scout Summer Camp is now OPEN!
Give your Scouts something to look forward for next summer!
Welcome to JNW! Units can sign up for the 2023 Scout Summer Camp by using the buttons in this article. The Campsite Reservation fee is $100 to SAVE-A-SPOT.
Incentive #1: - Troops/Crews who SAVE-A-SPOT on or before September 1, 2022, will have their Site Reservation fee applied as a credit to the unit's final bill and have the ability to reserve a tent site in the off-season at any Connecticut Rivers Council camp (Webster/Mattatuck/Workcoeman/Barbour) for FREE.
Incentive #2: - Troops/Crews who SAVE-A-SPOT on or before November 15, 2022, will have the 2023 Site Reservation fee applied as a credit to your unit's final summer camp bill.
Reservation Fee: - Troops/Crews who SAVE-A-SPOT after November 16, 2022, will be asked to pay a $100 Campsite Reservation Fee.
NOTE: Campsites will be assigned by the Reservation Director the week before units attend camp. Unit preference is taken into account, but the size of the unit and the needs of the camp will drive the final decision. It is our goal to make campsite assignments so that all units can comfortably reside in camp for the week.
Having trouble registering online? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions regarding Campsite preference or Program should be addressed to Reservation Director Pat Boyd
We are Looking Forward to 2023!
Click on Link or Date to Reserve a Campsite and begin your 2023 Adventure!
- Week 1 - June 25 - July 1, 2023 (Scouts BSA Resident, Trail to Eagle)
- Week 2 - July 2 - July 8, 2023 (Scouts BSA Resident)
- Week 3 - July 9 - July 15, 2023 (Scouts BSA Resident)
- Week 4 - July 16 - July 22, 2023 (Scouts BSA Resident)
- Week 5 - July 23 - July 29, 2023 (Scouts BSA Resident)
- Week 6 - July 30 - August 5, 2023 (Scouts BSA Resident, Trail to Eagle Week & Lumberjack Games)
- Week 7 - August 6 - August 12, 2023 (RECALL WEEK & Scouts, BSA Specialty Camp Programs)
ESTIMATED YOUTH & ADULTS - When you register you will be asked to enter the estimated number of youth and adults who will be attending camp next year. We know these numbers will probably change, however they will help in our planning.
CAMPERSHIPS - Beginning in 2013 the Connecticut Rivers Council will require a copy of the front page of a family’s most recent Form 1040 in addition to the campership application. This practice is consistent with other major institutions providing camperships, allows the council to make an informed, needs-based decision, and improve our ability to support those Scouts who truly need assistance.
Questions should be addressed to:
Council Camping Registrar -- Michele Soboslai
Council Director of Camping -- Sean Fogle
Summer Camp Director -- Pat Boyd