What To Bring To Camp. Medical Forms & Releases Water Bottle Complete Class A Uniform (OA Sash if Member) Shoes (No Open Toes) Boots Pajamas/Sleep wear Plenty of Socks & Underwear Shorts & T-Shirts Long Sleeve shirt and pants Raingear Jacket Sweatshirt Cap/Hat
Violators will be removed from Camp
Refunds will not be provided
Parents will transport the Violator home
This typically makes for a LONG ride home from camp
Some Scouts will spend more, some will spend less
All guests (exception of family night) are required to immediately check-in at the Camp Office.
PARENT’S NIGHT AT CAMP
Friends and family are invited to visit their Scouts on Friday afternoon to enjoy camp fellowship. Parents are encouraged to stay for supper, which begins at 6:00 PM. For those desiring to eat scrumptious camp food at Woodruff, a $5.00 meal fee will be charged for all guests and they will eat with their respective units. Tickets for the meals must be prepaid by noon on Wednesday to assure that there will be sufficient food available. After supper, everyone is invited to stay for the final campfire and a farewell until next summer
The Mountain Man Program is designed for those Scouts who have either just crossed over from Webelos or have limited camping experience. Basic Scout skills for the new Scout form the basis of the program.
Mountain Man is a two-hour program held every morning all week. There are two sessions every day. The remainder of the day, scouts can work on merit badges that may interest them, or participate in troop activity periods. Scouts are instructed in the following skill areas: wood tools, meal preparation and cooking, pioneering, knots, orienteering, nature, first aid, and outdoor citizenship. In addition, scouts can participate in a five- mile hike, which is held most evenings.
MOUNTAIN MAN T-SHIRTS: (NEW FOR 2006)
All Mountain Main participants will receive a “Mountain Man” t-shirt to commemorate their week at camp.
MOUNTAIN MAN LEADER ORIENTATION MEETING:
There will be a Mountain Man Orientation Meeting on Sunday night at 7:00 PM for troop leaders involved with this program.
MOUNTAIN MAN EQUIPMENT NEEDS:
Participants in the Mountain Man Program should bring following items:
SCOUT SKILL INSTRUCTION:
Woodruff Scout Reservation
Troop 350 Week #7
10387 Boy Scout Road
Blairsville, GA 30512
CAMP EMERGENCY PHONE
The following phone number is for emergency contact only:
CAMP FAX NUMBER
The following fax number (located in the Camp Program Office) is for summer camp business use only: