The Camp Workcoeman Campmasters Corps is made of adult volunteers throughout the Connecticut Rivers Council. They are trained, registered Scouters who have an interest in making the Weekend Outdoor Experience a successful one for all units that choose to come to Camp Workcoeman. After a short orientation program, they each choose from two to four weekends per year to stay at the camp helping check units in at the beginning of their stay and supporting the units' needs. They also keep a watchful eye on the camp facilities to help ensure campers properly take care of the property.
The Campmaster Program is a national program with guidelines set up from National, the local council and the camp where they volunteer. The main function of the Campmaster is to be a friendly and supportive addition to the Weekend Camp Staff.
All Campmasters are a resource to the Camp Ranger. Meetings are scheduled to evaluate its program, make scheduling assignments, and arrange for the training of any new members. All Campmasters must have a record of demonstrated ability to get along with people, to lead, and to act in an emergency.
All Campmasters must have a working knowledge of the Scouting program and advancement. Registered Scouters, with experience in Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA, and Venturing are eligible for consideration as Campmasters.
If you are interested in being a Campmaster, please contact Ranger Frank Galliher at (860) 379-2207 or [email protected].
All CRC camps are currently closed. All access is shutdown. There will be no camping, work days, etc. until further notice.
As of now, planning continues for the summer season.
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 96 years, thousands of Scouts and Scouters have had unforgettable Scouting experiences at Camp Workcoeman. This fine tradition of Scouting continues today.