ATTEND CAMP FRIEDLANDER ADVENTURES
FOR SCOUTS BSA | 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 CAMP FRIEDLANDER ADVENTURES FOR SCOUTS BSA
Open Areas: Shooting Sports | Handicraft | Ecology | Aquatics | ODS/Trailblazer
Scouts BSA members and their troops will be invited to join us for week-long (Monday-Friday) day-only Camp Adventures that costs $185 per Scout and $35 per adult. These camps have been designed to offer safe and exciting camp experiences while still offering the fun and value that Camp Friedlander is known for. Scouts will participate in camp activities with other members of their troop or patrol. So, this is an ideal fit if a small group from your troop is looking to go to camp together. There will be four sessions offered throughout the month, beginning on the Mondays of July 6, 13, 20, and 27.
We are looking at hosting group sizes of 10-20 (we are working with local health authorities to determine proper size) and working to determine overall capacity. Each day will begin with a staggered check-in starting at 8am and most days will end prior to dinner, save one day that will be later due to a BBQ and campfire program. We look forward to hosting everyone in a safe fashion this summer!
Earn These FUN & EXCITING Merit Badges At Camp!
- Outdoor Skills/Trailblazer
- Shooting Sports
2020 CAMP FRIEDLANDER ADVENTURE EXAMPLE SCHEDULE:
8:00-8:30am: Check In Group 1
8:30-9:00am: Check In Group 2
9:00-9:45am: Session 1
10:00-10:45am: Session 2
11:00-11:45am: Session 3
1:00-1:45pm: Session 4
2:00-2:45pm: Session 5
3:00-4:30pm: Area Programming
4:30-5:30pm: Trading Post/Pickup
On one evening during the week, from 5:30-8:00pm, there will be a BBQ dinner, area programming, and closing campfire.
CAMP FRIEDLANDER VIDEO
UNIT PARTICIPANT REGISTRATION
Already have a Unit Registration? Click on the blue button to the left.
For a detailed walkthrough of how to navigate the Unit Registration, click here. Begin with Slide 2.
Note: If you do not see the Registrations link on your unit web page, make sure that you are logged in to your Dan Beard account and that you have access to this registration. If you did not create the registration, have your Camp Coordinator contact Rachel Ball, 513-577-7708 or Rachel.Ball@scouting.org
2021 UNIT REGISTRATION FOR SUMMER CAMP
To view currently available campsites, click on the registration link above for your desired week. Once on the registration page, click on the Campsite tab.
The campsites that are still open will have an indication of how many spots are available in that site. For example, Lakeview (14 spots) indicate that there is room for 14 people in the Lakeview campsite. Please note that the indications of available spots are subject to change without notice.
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.
- 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 change the contact information in your Unit Registration. See above the section “Unit Participant Registration” on how to access your Unit Registration.