Winter Camp provides Scouts an opportunity to earn merit badges and participate in activities not available during summer camp while practicing their cold-weather camping skills. Who: Winter Camp is open to Scouts BSA, Venturers, Sea Scouts, and their adult leaders Scouts and adult volunteers may participate in winter camp with their unit, with our provisional unit, or as day campers. Merit Badges & Activities
Fun merit badges such as Architecture, Camping, Chess,Citizenship in World,Composite Materials, Dentistry, Environmental Science, Game Design, Law, Music, Personal Management, Pioneering, Rifle Shooting, Search and Rescue, Shotgun Shooting, Sustainability, Truck Transportation,
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Cold weather camping activities
Campfires ...and other unique programs such as
ATV Power Sports
Muzzle Loading Rifle Shooting
Shotgun 5-Stand and Sporting Clays Course
Basic Life Support and First Aid Training
Introduction to Outdoor Leadership Skills (IOLS)
Wilderness First Aid
Merit Badge & Activity Enrollment:
Scouts and adult leaders will be able to enroll in merit badges, activities, and training.
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During registration, the unit will request a campsite.
Campsite assignments will be made by the camp director to maximize the use of the Adirondacks
All campsites have electricity
Units will be able to build fires in designated fire circles
Access to Restrooms and Water
All of our shower houses have been retrofitted to allow access to running water in the bathrooms and shower rooms.
Units should plan to create a handwashing station within the campsite, as water that flows through exposed pipes will be shutoff...this includes exterior sinks on the shower houses and sinks in the campsite latrines.
Scouts will have access to sinks in the dining hall and other heated buildings.
Heat, Fire, Warmth
Some of our spaces have heat – OA Lodge, STEM Labs, Dining Hall, Headquarters, Health Lodge, Nature Lodge
Many of our instructional spaces will have access to fire – Handicraft lodge, FROGS Shelter, Scoutcraft, campsites
Patio heaters will be used to warm some exterior spaces such as the Dining Hall Shelter and Anderson Shelter.
Meals will be served in the dining hall
Meals begin with supper on December 27 and end with lunch on December 30
Campers will depart camp prior to supper on December 30
Contact Camp Director - Bud Harrelson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cherokee Scout Reservation 3296 Boy Scout Camp Road | Yanceyville, NC 27379 | 336-694-6440 An Old North State Council, Boy Scouts of America facility 1405 Westover Terrace | Greensboro, NC 27408 | 336-378-9166
It is the policy of the Cherokee Scout Reservation not to discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, or related medical condition), gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital or familial status, genetic information, citizenship status, ability, or any other legally protected characteristic in the administration of our program. Cherokee Scout Reservation will make accommodations, as far as is practical, to meet the needs of a person with disabilities as directed by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Any camper or leader with a disability requiring assistance of the camp staff should contact the camp director at least 12 days prior to arrival at summer camp.
To report a violation of this policy, please contact Old North State Council Director of Support Services Bud Harrelson at 336-378-9166 or email@example.com.