Camp Use Covid Guidelines

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker has announced that the stay at home advisory has been rescinded as of January 25th. Effective Friday, February 5, 2021, Heart of New England Council will be reopening Camp Wanocksett and Treasure Valley Scout Reservation to overnight camping.

Cabins and tents sites are available for rental. Please review the COVID-19 Camping Guidance before booking your accommodations. Units must bring a printed and signed copy of the agreement to check-in, along with a signed individual waiver for each person, and completed unit roster.

The following size limits for gatherings are in effect:

  • Indoor Gatherings – Limited to 10 people, including a 2 adult minimum
  • Outdoor Day Gatherings – Limited to 25 people, including a 2 adult minimum
  • Overnight Camping – Limited to cohort patrols of 12 people, including a 2 adult minimum
    • Campsites have a limit to the number of cohort patrols they can hold. Units may bring multiple cohort patrols but MUST operate independently of one another and can not cross pollinate.
Camp WanocksettTreasure Valley
Abnaki – 2 patrols
Apache – 3 patrols
Arrowhead – 1 patrol
Blackfoot – 2 patrols
Chippewa – 1 patrol
Crow – 1 patrol
Iroquois – 3 patrols
King Philip – 2 patrols
Kiowa – 1 patrol
Merrimac – 2 patrols
Monadnock – 1 patrol
Nipmuc – 1 patrol
Outpost – 1 patrol
Rotary – 3 patrols
Sioux – 3 patrols
Adirondack Site A – 1 patrol
Arrow – 2 patrols
Baden-Powell – 1 patrol
Chippewa – 2 patrols
Evergreen – 4 patrols
Fort Courage – 3 patrols
Hemlocks – 3 patrols
Hickory – 2 patrols
High Mesa – 3 patrols
Katahdin – 2 patrols
Madore – 3 patrols
Pine Acres – 4 patrols
Sleepy Hollow – 2 patrols
Tall Maples – 2 patrols
Thunderbird – 2 patrols

As always, Scouts and Scouters are reminded to follow all state and local travel restrictions when going to and returning from HNE camps.

All previous announced COVID-19 restrictions continue to be in effect.