Camp Workcoeman

COVID-19 Update

21 June 2020 — As of 17 June 2020, units in the Connecticut Rivers Council can resume in-person activities per updated state guidance. Please see ctscouting.org for full details. Information on opportunities for the use of camp properties will be announced shortly.

16 June 2020Camp Workcoeman has now reopened in a very limited capacity, but all regularly scheduled summer programs remain canceled. There will be no camping until further notice, but limited work days have now resumed while following Council, state, and CDC guidance. Beaver Day is postponed indefinitely. Activities may be possible in the late summer and early fall if conditions permit. We do not yet know what these activities will look like; however, the safety of our Scouts, staff, and guests is and will always be our top priority.

10 June 2020 — The 2020 camp patch is now available for order. Click here for more information.

29 April 2020 — A new Scouting at Home section of this website has been created to catalog weekly videos and challenges posted to camp social media channels aimed at keeping you occupied and engaged during these difficult times.

More details and updates are available under the News & Events section of this website. These news articles contain the latest information available; other pages on the camp website may be out of date.

Scouting at Home

In light of these unprecedented times with camp closed due to COVID-19 restrictions, Camp Workcoeman presents Scouting at Home activities to stay connected to camp. These activities were originally posted to camp social media channels and reside here in a central repository.

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Virtual Hike

Tired of staying at home? Missing your Scouting adventures and the opportunity to get to camp? It’s time for a walk in the woods. Join us for a hike as we wander around Workcoeman and enjoy the back woods.

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Black Powder Rifle Demonstration

Check out our Black Powder Rifle Demonstration as part of the Connecticut Rivers Council April Virtual Camporee. Join Scouts of Troop 3 from Torrington, Connecticut as they demonstrate how to load and shoot black powder rifles.

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Flag Retreat Ceremony

Join us as we host a flag retreat ceremony as part of the Connecticut Rivers Council April Virtual Camporee. Thank you to Scouts from Troop 3 in Torrington, Connecticut who helped us honor America through this flag retreat.

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Scouting Spirit Song

Join in a lunch time song as we participate in the Connecticut Rivers Council April Virtual Camporee. Program Director Tom helps you show your Scouting Spirit with this song.

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Nature Walk and Wildlife Challenge

We challenge you to get outside and find and photograph some nearby wildlife. Share your photos on social media and be sure to tag us. Then join Program Director Tom for a nature walk around camp while he looks for...

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Waterfront Preview

What aquatics activities are you looking forward to this summer? What’s your favorite waterfront merit badge or activity? What do you want to do with your troop? Check out how great the lake looks as Program Director Tom canoes and...

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Singing in the Rain

The weather is great today, but that’s not always the case. During the recent storms, Program Director Tom got outside to sing one of his favorite songs. It’s your turn to participate. Let us know your favorite camp song on...

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Athletics Merit Badge — Let’s Run

Summer is the perfect time to work on merit badges with time and training requirements such as Athletics merit badge. Join Workcoeman staffers Joe and Will as they guide you through warming up to developing a personal running program. For...

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Songs and Skits: Laurel Music Camp Edition

This week at Camp Workcoeman is supposed to be Laurel Music Camp. Being that we’re unable to share the week with our friends, we’ve put together a few songs and skits that we’ll share as the week goes on. You’ll...

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