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ATTEND CAMP FRIEDLANDER

Camp Friedlander Summer Camp Week 1, 2020
(June 14-20, 2020)

Camp Friedlander Summer Camp Week 2, 2020
(June 21-27, 2020)

Camp Friedlander Summer Camp Week 3, 2020
(June 28-July 4, 2020)

Camp Friedlander Summer Camp Week 4, 2020
(July 5-11, 2020 )

Camp Friedlander Summer Camp Week 5, 2020
(July 12-18, 2020)

Camp Friedlander Summer Camp Week 6, 2020
(July 19-25, 2020)

Camp Friedlander Summer Camp Week 7, 2020
(July 26-August 1, 2020)

A CAMPING TRADITION SINCE 1919

Camp Friedlander is the premier Scouts BSA Summer Camp program with a wide variety of merit badge options, activities for younger and older Scouts, training opportunities for adult leaders, and some of the best camping facilities in the country. Each summer, thousands of Scouts from across the nation (and the world!) make Camp Friedlander their summer camp home for a fun week of learning, achievement, leadership, and Scouting at its best.

2020 CAMPSITE AVAILABILITY

To view currently available campsites, please see the Campsite Availability Chart.

The information found on the PDF linked above is an overview of what campsites are available during the entire summer. Please feel free to print this document and share it with your unit in order to determine the best campsite for your unit. Note that this information is subject to change without notice; please refer to the updated timestamp in the lower right hand corner. When considering a campsite, please compare that of the available campsites to a map of Camp Friedlander.

EXPECTED COSTS

All payments for summer camp are expected to be made online with either a credit card, or electronic check (routing and account numbers). The person processing the payment should ensure that the billing address is accurate as the payment will not go through otherwise. Camp Friedlander will continue to use a two payment schedule for the upcoming camping season.

2020 CAMP FEES

All Camp fees and payment schedules to be announced. As always, the Campsite fee of $100 can be used towards your unit’s overall payment.

SECOND WEEK DISCOUNTS

All Second Week Discounts (including NYLT Seconds) will be $100. The Discount Codes will be released at a later date. All Second Week Discounts must be applied before full payment, either by using the discount code or by contacting the Outdoor Program Assistant at 513-577-7708. Please do not pay the full fee if you qualify for a Second Week Discount; NO REFUNDS will be given if the discount is not used/requested correctly. Incorrect use of the discount will be reassessed and you will be invoiced for the price difference.

REFUND POLICY

The Dan Beard Council will refund all but $50 per Scout and all but 15% of fees paid per Adult for those who contact the Outdoor Program Assistant, 513-577-7708, no later than 30 days prior to their arrival at camp. You may replace a registration with another, unregistered scout at no additional fee. No refunds will be given after the 30-day cancellation deadline, except in cases of personal medical reasons as determined by the Council Camping Director.

MAKING A RESERVATION

Campsite placement is the first step of making a reservation come together. We base campsite placement off of the number of Scouts and adults you expect to attend camp for the upcoming camping season. This number is simply an estimate however it is crucial that it’s accurate so we know how many Scout’s we’ll serve in a given week. When making this reservation, please be aware of the following reservation and payment guidelines:

  • An estimate of Scouts and adult leaders is due with payment.
  • The non-refundable, non-transferable campsite deposit must be paid to hold a campsite for a week of camp.
  • Multiple units sharing a campsite during a single week must each pay a $100 deposit.
  • If all campsites for a week have been selected, but the total Scouts and adult leader estimate does not equal the camp capacity, the camp reserves the right to place multiple units in a campsite.
  • If a unit exceeds the capacity of the campsite, then it is the responsibility of the unit to provide extra tents needed. The camp cannot provide extra tents, cots, or mattresses.
  • If your unit wishes to remain in the same site for a comparable week of camp the next year, a deposit must be made by noon on Friday during that year’s week of camp. If a unit fails to renew their reservation by that time, the campsite will be open for other units to reserve.
  • Campsite deposits are non-refundable; however, they will be applied towards the total camp fees due for your unit.
  • The person named as the Summer Camp Coordinator will be the Dan Beard Council’s main contact for all camp and payment announcements. If this info changes, please inform the Dan Beard Council, Outdoor Program Assistant, as soon as possible.

When you’ve determined the campsite best suited for your unit based upon an estimate of youth and adults, please select the week (on the upper right of this page) then proceed through the reservation process.