No Troop? No Problem!
IMPORTANT Scouts attending camp with their troop or crew will register and pay through their unit. Units will make a single payment to the camp. Scouts attending without their units, as part of our provisional program, may register and pay online.
Attend With Your Troop
Most Scouts will attend summer camp with their troop. Contact your Scoutmaster for details about when your troop is planning to attend Camp Wanocksett this summer. When attending with your troop, the troop will handle the processing of all reservations and payments.
No Troop…No Problem!
Scouts who cannot attend camp with their own troop, or wish to attend for additional weeks, may attend as part of our provisional troop, Troop 1, Wanocksett. The provisional troop is made up of Scouts from across Heart of New England Council and New England. It is a great opportunity to meet new friends and experience summer camp in a whole new way!
The troop is supervised by full time staff whose only job is to ensure that the Scouts’ week at camp is the best it can be. To join the provisional troop for a week please complete the online registration form. All information must be completed for the registration to be processed. Make sure you have a copy of your completed medical form and bring it with you when you arrive on the first day of camp. Scouts will not be permitted to stay at camp without a completed medical form.
Arriving at Camp
The check in process for provisional campers is the same as for other Scouts. The camp gates open at 2:00 PM. Plan on arriving at or shortly after 2:00. The camp staff will greet parents and Scouts at the gate, and assist with unloading gear and transporting it to the campsite. The Provisional Scoutmaster will take charge of the campers and guide them through the check-in process, which will include a medical screening and a swimming test. Later in the afternoon the Provisional staff will assist campers in setting up camp and preparing for the activities of the week.
Most provisional campers are housed in 8-person cabins in the camp’s provisional campsite. The Provisional Scoutmasters have their own cabin and keep a close watch over the campers. Cabins are equipped with electric lights, bunk beds and mattresses. On weeks when the number of provisional campers exceeds the available cabin space, campers will be housed in the standard canvas platform tents in an adjacent campsite. For a complete list of items to bring (or not bring) to camp, check out our suggested packing list. Make sure to bring your bug net with you at check in and ask if you’ll be staying in a cabin or a tent (based on capacity).
Scouts & VenturersAges 11-20
June 27 - July 3 – Camp Wanocksett
July 4 - 10 – Camp Wanocksett
July 11 - 17 – Wanocksett & Treasure Valley
July 18 - 24 – Wanocksett & Treasure Valley
July 25 - 31 – Wanocksett & Treasure Valley
August 1 - 7 – Wanocksett & Treasure Valley
August 8 - 14 – Camp Wanocksett