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Treasure Valley Scout Reservation

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Cub Scout Adventure Camp

Camp Phone : (774) 329-0032 (June-August only)
The CSAC phone number has changed!

Set on the West side of Browning Pond, Cub Scout Adventure Camp is a summer camp program just for Cubs. At Adventure Camp, Scouts are split into Tribes of boys of similar age and rank who are led by a dedicated staff Guide who will serve as a role model and mentor throughout their camp experience as well as provide care for each boy’s individual needs and abilities.

Campers come to CSAC as the rank they will be in Fall 2017

The camp program is based on a block schedule that rotates each Tribe to program areas including swimming, boating, archery, BB, handicraft, scoutcraft, adventure, sports, STEM, nature, and of course the Trading Post! Each Tribe will visit each area multiple times throughout the week, but not necessarily every day.

Camp Map     Advancement Information

CSAC Parent & Leader Guide Day Camp Packing List WUS Packing List


Day Camper Weeks 

5 Days, Monday-Friday

Week 1 : July 3 – July 7
(^Family & Friends Week^)
FULL Week 2 : July 10 – July 14
Week 3 : July 17 – July 21
Week 4 : July 24 – July 28
Week 5 : July 31 – August 4

WUS Weeks

1/2 Weeks and Full Weeks
Sun-Wed or Sun-Fri

Week 1:July 2-July 5 (1/2 Week)
FULL Week 2:July 9-July 14 (Full Week)
FULL Week 3:July 16-July 19 (1/2 Week)
Week 4:July 23-July 28 (Full Week)
Week 5:July 30-August 2 (1/2 Week)

 

Pricing

Day Camp – $280
Webelos Under the Stars (1/2 Week) – $300
Webelos Under the Stars (Full Week) – $400
Webelos Under the Stars Adults : $100

Sibling Discount – Take $50 off per additional sibling. Contact Council Service Center when registering.
(Applies between Day Camp and WUS, but not CSAC and BSRC)

The Early-Bird Deadline was April 12. Spring Recruited Cubs retain Early-Bird, contact Service Center for discount.
Please note that canvas tent space for adults is limited, we want to give the opportunity for all adults to attend that want to, but alternative tenting may have to be arranged to accommodate.


Times to Remember

Please be punctual. Camp is unable to accommodate early arrivals in order for staff to be fully prepared. No vehicles will be allowed into the West Camp parking lot until the specified times. All vehicles will follow the same drop off pattern every day to ensure camper safety and security, regardless if the driver is staying or leaving.

Day Camp
Drop Off
: 8:00AM (M-F)
Pick Up : 5:00PM (M-Th)
Friday – Family & Friends are welcome to camp at 2:00PM for the Closing Campfire at 2:30PM.

Webelos Under the Stars
Drop Off
: 3:00PM (Sunday)
Pick Up : 4:30PM/Full Weeks (Friday) 5:30PM/Half Weeks (Wednesday)
Family & Friends are welcome to camp at these times for the Closing Campfire and Family Cookout! (Free for all guests)
It is asked that all campers stay for the closing campfire.

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Webelos Under the Stars

Webelos Under the Stars is a program at CSAC just for Webelos! Your camper will have the opportunity to enjoy all the fun and excitement of Day Camp with additional open and special programs in the evening. Sleeping in the same canvas tents with supplied cots as the Boy Scouts in our all new Fort Courage Campsite that overlooks the pond, Webelos Under the Stars prepares your Scout for Boy Scouts. Both half week and full week sessions are available, all weeks start with drop off on Sunday night and conclude with a closing campfire on Wednesday or Friday.


Family & Friends Week

Week 1 of Day Camp is Family & Friends week! All are invited to experience the the fun of Adventure Camp during this 5 day experience. Brothers, sisters, cousins, boys, and girls are welcome!

Family & Friends Week Info


Dining

It is suggested that campers bring some snacks with them for the day if they think they will be hungry. Day Campers traditionally bring their own lunch that are kept in provided coolers. However CSAC does offer a lunch program! For an additional $50 your camper will be provided a bagged lunch each day with choice of sandwich, two snacks, fruit, and a drink. Meal programs must be purchased in advance via the big red button at the top of the page.

Webelos Under the Stars campers eat all meals in the West Lodge Dining hall, included in cost.


Adults at camp

While unit leadership is not required at camp, parents, guardians, and unit leaders are welcome to spend the day having fun with their Cubs! This is certainly not to discredit our unit volunteers, we couldn’t do it without you! Through your continued support, we are now able to have staffing enough to provide supervision and guidance for our groups.


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Required Forms for Campers

DO NOT SUBMIT TO COUNCIL SERVICE CENTER.
ALL FORMS TO BE TURNED IN ON FIRST DAY OF CAMP.

2017 Parent/Guardian Authorization Forms
2017 BSA Medical Form
Parts A & B for Day Campers and 1/2 Week WUS. Parts A, B, & C for Full Week WUS.

For WUS Adults staying over at camp

2017 BSA Medical Form
Parts A & B for 1/2 Week WUS. Parts A, B, & C for Full Week WUS.

All adults staying over at camp must be registered members of the BSA
and be Youth Protection Trained.


Advancement

While camp is all about fun and adventure, we do our best to cover some
of those hard-to-get-at-home requirements.

This space will be updated once final program planning has been completed.


Registration & T-Shirts

Registration is available on Tentaroo. Non-Scouts registering for Family & Friends week register here. Units may elect to register through a unit account, or individuals may register via a family account. Unit leaders should communicate with their unit and decide whether or not they will handle registrations as a unit or as individuals.

Program T-Shirts are available via the big red “2017 Apparel Pre-Order” button at the top of the page. Pre-Orders for the summer will be taken until May 15 only.


Transportation Options

For 2017, Cub Scout Adventure Camp will be chartering a bus to and from the Auburn Mall week 1 and 2! The cost per person for both campers and parents for the week is $50, and is non-refundable for any reason. Registrations for the bus is first-come-first-serve with a limit of 50, to register, click the big red button at the top of the page. Registration are due no later than July 1, 2017.

Units are also encouraged to car-pool. Units looking to arrange group transportation to camp may consider Worcester Limousine. The Mohegan Council has secured special pricing with them for the 2017 season.

For more information and to book a reservation, contact Maureen at
maureenraillo@wlimo.com, 508-835-6436.


Questions?

Contact Assistant Reservation Director Peter Boll at peter.boll@scouting.org

Boy Scout Resident Camp

Camp Phone : (508) 886-2213

Traditional Boy Scout Summer Camp in the heart of New England. Discover all that Treasure Valley has to offer on its 1,600 acres of preserved woodland forests. Camp with your unit, or come to camp by yourself as a Provisional! Whether your Troop wants to dine in the Dining Pavillion or cook its own meals in-site with provided cook-shacks, Treasure Valley is the place for you. With extensive merit badge offerings, special programs, and awesome program areas and evening activities, there’s never a shortage of fun at TVSR!

Don’t feel like doing merit badges all day? Check out the other exciting opportunities that are available! From our new camper program, to our newly expanded trek program, there’s stuff at camp for everyone from 10-17!

BSRC Leader Guide 2017 Merit Badge Schedule  Merit Badge Pre-Reqs


Weeks

Week 1 : July 2 – July 8 (STEM Week)
Week 2 : July 9 – July 15
Week 3 : July 16 – July 21
Week 4 : July 23 – July 29
Week 5 : July 30 – August 5 (Eagle Week)

Pricing

With unit – $435
Provisional – $400

The Early-Bird Deadline was May 1.
Webelos Crossovers retain Early-Bird, contact Service Center for discount.

 

 

 

 

 

Sibling Discount – Take $50 off per additional sibling. Contact Council Service Center when registering.
(Does not apply between camps)

Units receive 2 free adults, plus 1 additional free adult per additional 10 Scouts over 20.
$100 per additional.


Provisional Camping

Is your unit not coming to TVSR this summer, or do you want to come back to camp for another week of camp? No problem! Come back out to camp as a Provisional and stay in a campsite with other Provo’s, or stay with another Troop for the week! What better way to make new friends and experience camp in a whole new light. Going Provo is great for those who want to be able to spend the week with their Troop but also take advantage of Special Program offerings like Kodiak Adventure, COPE, Specialty Weeks, etc.


Special Programs

Kodiak Adventure

Treasure Valley’s newly expanded Trek Program, Kodiak Adventure, is only for the most daring of Scouts. Spend your week traveling the backwoods of Treasure Valley and explore places that most people have never seen. Throughout the week you will have the opportunity to backpack to places like Beech Canyon, canoe across the other body of water on the property, Heron Marsh, and build a tree fort in the long forgotten Kodiak campsite. This program is an all week program, meeting on Monday and Tuesday at the Scoutcraft area to prepare for the trek. Trekkers will set out on Wednesday and return to the main area of camp on Friday. Register for this program just like any other class via Tentaroo, first come-first serve.

Project C.O.P.E.

Treasure Valley’s Challenging Outdoor Personal Experience is all about testing your confidence in yourself and others. Be one with the tree-tops on the high-ropes and test your luck on the climbing wall! This half-day program takes you through many low elements like the spider-web and trust fall as well as high elements like the giants-ladder, rope bridge and more. Participants will have the opportunity to learn how to belay, and other proper techniques. Register for this program just like any other class via Tentaroo, first come-first serve.

B.S.I. Adventure

Brown Sea Island Adventure is a program for first year campers. BSI is an all morning program that gives a great introduction to camp as well as new scout skills like Totin’ Chip and Firem’n Chit. The BSI Area in the afternoon teaches some fun merit badges that first year camper should have no problem completing in the week, but if they are comfortable going to other areas in the afternoon, they are more than welcome to! Register for this program just like any other class via Tentaroo, first come-first serve.

 

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Specialty Weeks

Specialty Weeks are just like any other week at camp, however during those weeks, excellent council volunteers run special programs available only during that week. If your unit doesn’t go to camp that week, consider coming back as a Provisional! All camp offerings and programs are still open to participants in these special programs.

STEM Week – Week 1

Scouts with an interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) topics will have a week long program dedicated to earning the NOVA awards, and STEM based merit badges unique to the program a and only offered week one. The Focus will be on tasks to complete the NOVA awards, and to provide resources to work toward STEM focused Merit Badges and SuperNOVA awards if the scout is ready to do so. Register for this program just like any other class via Tentaroo, first come-first serve.

12 Month Budget

Visit the STEM Week Page

Eagle Week – Week 5

Are you a Scout who is going to be 18 soon, or just ambitious to wrap up thsoe Eagle-Required Merit Badges? Join with others on the trail to Eagle and work on completing those Eagle-Required badges, and have fun doing it! These badges are offered this week only. Special badges offered this week include the 3 Citizenships, Communications, Personal management and more! Register for this program just like any other class via Tentaroo, first come-first serve.


Registration & T-Shirts

Registration is available on Tentaroo. Units must register via a Unit Account, Provisionals must register using a Family Account. Provisionals should select the “Provisional Campsite” when prompted. In order to lock in your campsite reservation, units must place a deposit of $25 per person of 40% of the sites capacity. Site capacities are listed on Tentaroo and are available at the Service center.

Program T-Shirts and more are available via the “2017 Apparel Pre-Order” button at the top of the page. Pre-Orders for the summer will be taken until May 15 only.


Advancement

All Merit Badge information will be entered into Tentaroo by the week following a units stay. Provisionals will have to check their own family accounts. The simplest way to view this information is to log into your account, select the week of camp your are looking for, select “Requirements Completed” from the Reports drown down, and click “Generate”.

Based on feedback from last year, campers will receive pre-printed paper slips that states the Scouts name, the badge he worked on, and if it was completed or is a partial. Tentaroo will provide actual requirement completion information.


Required Forms for Campers

DO NOT SUBMIT TO COUNCIL SERVICE CENTER.
ALL FORMS TO BE TURNED IN AT PRE-CAMP LEADER MEETING OR AT CHECK IN.

2017 Parent/Guardian Authorization Forms
2017 BSA Medical Form ALL PARTS

For Adults staying over at camp

2017 BSA Medical Form ALL PARTS
All adults staying over at camp must be registered members of the BSA and be Youth Protection Trained.


Questions?

Contact Assistant Reservation Director Pat Grady at Treasure.Valley@scouting.org.


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