DAY 1 Check-In at camp from 1 p.m. till 4 p.m.

Campsite set-up, group photo, brief orientation walk, swim tests and medical re-checks. Retreat Ceremonies followed by dinner in the Dining Hall— then, Opening Campfire Program “on stage”. DAY 2 * Breakfast in Dining Hall * Morning — Activity Badge Programs in individual camp Program Areas * Lunch in Dining Hall * Afternoon — Open Program Areas (archery, BB, pool, lake front, handicraft, Scoutcraft, BMX/Mountain Biking, Color Trail Hikes) and camp/unit-organized activities * Dinner in Dining Hall & Retreat Ceremonies * Evening — Open Program Areas/campwide special theme activities — then Cracker Barrel snack in campsite & Lights Out DAY 3 * Breakfast in Dining Hall * Morning — same as Day 2 *Lunch in Dining Hall or “in the field” * Afternoon — same as Day 2 *Dinner in Dining Hall & Retreat Ceremonies * Evening — same as Day 2 w/Last Night Campfire Ceremony DAY 4 * Breakfast in Dining Hall * “Camper Roundtables” followed by Closing Ceremony then campsite tear-down, pack up and depart for home by 10 a.m.

US Postage PAID Akron, OH Permit No. 67

Nonprofit Org

Here’s what you’ll do during your stay at Webelos Resident Camp:

4 days and 3 nights of AWESOME summer camp fun!

2010 Webelos Resident Camp
Session 1 / August 1-4
Sunday – Wednesday
Great Trail Council Boy Scouts of America

Special Note to parents regarding safety:
We want your son to have a fun and safe camp experience. Every youth and adult is required to bring a current physical form (NEW BSA Annual Health and Medical Record Parts A & C, available online at, click on Resources). Every camper is covered by the council’s medical co-insurance while at camp. Safety in the field is also our concern & our staff follows safety protocols. For more information, contact the council office.
Rules for acceptance and participation in programs operated by the Great Trail Council, Inc., are the same for all registered Scouts w/out regard to race, national origin or disability.

Session 2 / August 4-7
Wednesday - Saturday
1601 S Main St PO Box 68 Akron, OH 44309-0068

Camp Manatoc, Peninsula, Ohio
Camp Manatoc Manatoc Scout Reservation Great Trail Council, Boy Scouts of America

Webelos Resident Camp — a 4-day / 3-night Summer Camp Experience just for 1st & 2nd year Webelos Scouts — is not far away!
This summer, Webelos Resident Camp is again 4 days & 3 nights of nothing but fun in the outdoors, at the Manatoc Scout Reservation’s Camp Manatoc, located within the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Resident Camp is a chance for Webelos Scouts to experience the adventure waiting for them in a week of Boy Scout Summer Camp. It’s days filled with exciting activities like swimming, boating, rafting, archery, BB-gun marksmanship, hiking, fire-building, trying your hand on a BMX/mountain bike course and working on at least 4 different Activity Badges. This year again features two separate “Activity Badge Tracks” for 1st year and 2nd year Webelos Scouts! But Resident Camp is so much more than just’s fun your Webelos Scout can’t get anywhere else this summer!

Meals during camp…
For both sessions of Webelos Resident Camp, all but 1 or 2 meals are provided, family-style, in the historic Dining Hall. Like the stockade Main Gate, it is one of Manatoc’s most famous landmarks. A Scout’s first meal in camp is dinner in the Dining Hall following flag-lowering Retreat ceremonies on the Parade Field — the evening concludes with an Opening Campfire Program. A camper’s final meal is breakfast on the last day of their stay. In all, campers enjoy 8 meals and 3 evening “cracker barrel” snacks during their time at Resident Camp. Campers with severe dietary restrictions should indicate that on their registration form — our staff will do its best to meet their needs.
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‘10 Webelos Resident Camp Registration Form
How can we sign up? Complete this application form (please print — 1 form per camper OR per youth/adult pair); Neatly detach it from this brochure; Staple a check or money order (made payable to Great Trail Council, BSA); A confirmation letter, with instructions and Participant’s Guide, will be mailed to you approx. 2 weeks prior to your session — you’ll also receive information on our pre-camp parents and leaders meeting at Camp Manatoc on Tuesday, July 20.

Webelos Scout’s Name

Address — street, city, zip code


Pack #

What campers need to bring:
Cub/Webelos Scout Uniform NEW BSA Annual Health and Medical Record (complete & current) - Parts A and C for all youth and all adults (on-line at, click on Resources, or at Prescription medicines (in original bottles) Sleeping Bag (or 3 good blankets) & pillow Cot (preferred) or sleeping pad Change of clothes (x 3) & sleeping clothes Jacket / Sweatshirt / Hoodie Sneakers & Hiking Boots Swim Trunks & Towel Flashlight Raingear Canteen or water bottle Personal items — soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, comb/brush, insect repellent (lotion), sunscreen Webelos Scout Book Spending money for Trading Post (approx. $25)
Dietary Restrictions? If yes, provide here Dietary Restrictions? If yes, provide here Adult’s Name

Address — street, city, zip code


Pack #

Where campers sleep
Campers will sleep just like our Boy Scouts do, in 2-man canvas tents on wooden platforms, in the same campsites used by our Boy Scout troops. Webelos Scouts will camp as a unit under their own adult leadership. The required youth to adult ratio is 3 youth to 1 adult leader — and the 2-deep leadership policy also applies.

Youth ____ X $________ = $_________ Adult ____ X $ ________ = $_________ TOTAL DUE = $__________
Method of Payment / check one Check - made payable to Great Trail Council, BSA Visa MasterCard

Camp Fees
Youth — $120 by 7/16 — $140 after Adult — $70 by 7/16 — $90 after

Check one: __ Session 1 __ Session 2
Exp. date

Resident Camp Fees
Youth can attend individually or with their pack or den — cost is $120 per Webelos Scout and $70 per adult. Registration forms and fees are due by July 16, 2010 — fees paid after July 10 are $140 per Scout and $90 per adult. All fees are non-refundable.

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Great Trail Council, Boy Scouts of America
Phone: 330-773-0415 Fax: 330-773-4084 1601 S. Main St., P.O. Box 68 Akron, OH 44309

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