The National Capital Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America hosts several resident camps during the summer. Many Pack 301 scouts attend each year. Information will be shared as it becomes available.
Day Camps offer many traditional Scouting activities like Archery and BB guns, Crafts, Nature Study, Games, and Fishing. While the program is not specifically achievement-oriented, Cub Scouts have many opportunities to earn belt loops, pins, and other awards.
Each Tiger Cub must have an adult partner attend camp with them, and one additional adult is required for every five additional boys to escort the youth through camp
Tigers through Webelos (and also parents and Rising Tigers) may attend. This 3-days and 2-nights Snyder Weekend Resident Camp is a great option and opportunity for the younger Scouts and for the older Scouts (including Webelos) that may not be available or prepared for attending the longer Camp Goshen camp.
Camp PMI is one of two Webelos Camps. Camp PMI is situated at the foot of the Viewing Rock Trail, which leads to one of the most amazing views on the Eastern seaboard. Additionally, Camp PMI provides programming in aquatics, scoutcraft, bbs, archery, ecology and handicraft. The biggest difference between Camp PMI and Camp Ross is the feel. Camp PMI is much more condensed, with more hills, giving it more of a rustic feel. The staff works very hard to ensure that Webelos have a great time both summers they come to Goshen and have instituted a stellar Second-Year program.