The fees to attend week-long Boy Scout Resident Summer Camp in 2019 are as follows.
Fees for extra Scouters are calculated at $20 per day or $120 for the full week. Names of Scouters are not required until May 15. Two Scouters are free. Additional Scouters may be free according to the schedule below:
|# of youth per program||# of free Scouters||all additional adults|
These Scouts are always afforded the lowest possible camp fee rate. Because many troops don’t know what Webelos will be joining their troop until after the March 6 deposit date, a special registration category will be established for them. This will also include any boys who join the troop as new Scouts between March 6 and the beginning of the troop’s week at camp.
The Connecticut Rivers Council will continue to award camperships to assist Scouts in need of funds to attend camp who might not otherwise do so. The annual campership fund is limited and fluctuates from year to year. Similar to Webelos crossovers and new Scouts, campership Scouts will also be afforded the lowest possible rate to attend camp. The unit process for paying for these Scouts is to be determined.
Registration for all Specialty Camp programs will be accomplished by the individual. These programs will include Trail to Eagle and various other daily or weekend programs.
All deposits and subsequent payments for camp must be made online through the Connecticut Rivers Council web site. Payments may be in the form of an E-Check or credit card. There is no charge to the unit using this method of payment.
The Connecticut Rivers Council must commit financial resources to purchase equipment, hire staff, and otherwise prepare to provide the high quality programs in our camps well in advance of the camps opening for the summer. Participants therefore must also be prepared to make a financial commitment to attend.
Refund requests made before June 15th will be reimbursed minus the cancellation fee of $75. Requests after June 15th will be reimbursed minus $150.
All requests for refund consideration are to be in writing and sent either in the form of a letter or email to:
Connecticut Rivers Council
Attn: Jim Waters
60 Darlin St
East Hartford, CT 06108
For more information or questions please contact Jim Waters, Director of Support Services, at (860) 913-2750.
Camp Workcoeman is located in the hills of northwest Connecticut in scenic New Hartford and Barkhamsted. The camp consists of approximately 427 acres on the shore of beautiful West Hill Pond, possibly the cleanest in Connecticut.
Established in 1924, it is one of the oldest continuously operated Scout camps in the country. For 95 years, thousands of Scouts and Scouters have had unforgettable Scouting experiences at Camp Workcoeman. This fine tradition of Scouting continues today.