247 Willow St, Yarmouthport, MA 02675
TEL: (508) 362-4322
FAX: (508) 362-4323
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The camp occupies 300 acres on Cape Cod, MA and has a 35 acre pond with a sandy beach that offers swimming, sailboating and canoeing. The camp has tent camp sites, Adirondack (lean-to) shelters and winter cabins for overnight use and family camping, an activity field for athletics and camporess, a Cub Scout Day camp program, a summer camp dining hall, patrol cooking for Boy Scouts, a COPE course, Rifle Range, Shotgun Range, Archery Range and extended Cub Scout camping. The camp has a brand new co-ed shower house with 8 private individuals units and are heated for year round use and handicap access. The camp is a short ride from the Cape Cod National Seashore and the Cape Bike Rail Trail, as well as the many sites found on Cape Cod.
High Adventure Trek Programs
For older Boy Scouts and Venturing Crew members, they offer High Adventure Trek programs that are designed to offer Extreme Challenges. These programs include, boat and bike trips to the Islands, motor boating, sailing, fishing, sea kayaking, and COPE. The emphasis is on activities that offer fun and adventure. These programs cannot be found at most Boy Scout Camps. To get High Adventure Trek information mailed to you - FREE of Charge - on a Compact Disk (CD) E-mail Jeff Stranger and asking for it, please include your your name and postal mailing address and tell him that "Scouts NewEngland" sent you.
|FACILITY||IN-COUNCIL COST||OUT-OF-COUNCIL COST|
|Campsite * (see below)|
Heated, sleeps 12, cooking area is located outside the building.
|Nauset Adirondack Shelters|
|Nauset Camp Site|
(Includes all 6 Lean-To's, a pavilion with electricity and latrine)
|Stonewall Adirondack Shelters|
(3 available) Each shelter sleeps 8 with built-in bunks.
Overlooks Greenough Pond, sleeps 30 people, has kitchen, bathroom & shower, and a large meeting hall.
|Dining Hall (Kitchen Separate)|
Overlooks Greenough Pond, accommodates 100 people.
|Kitchen (Dining Hall Separate)|
Food and supplies are not supplied and should be brought be each group.
|Canoe (Rental includes paddles and PDFs)|
|Kayak (Rental includes paddles and PDFs)|
|Mountain Bikes (12 available & includes bike helmet)|
It's a 100 acre BSA campground on the beautiful Island of Nantucket. It's a 2.5 hour ferry boat ride to the Island. You can take your car accross or park it and leave it in Hyanis, MA. You can rent a car, bike or moped on the Island right where you get off the ferry. The camp isn't a summer camp. It's a very nice place for a troop campout. They have 3 large campsites, a small trading post, flush toilets, HOT showers, a game field, and they offer the use of free sporting equipment to play soccer, volley ball, basketball, horse shoes, and football. The ocean is about 1 mile away for swimming and fishing. There's plenty to do on the Island too. Below you can see a scan of their camp patch that you can buy in their trading post. (Note the map of the Nantucket Island is in the center of the patch.)
Cub Scout Day Camp is offered at Camp Greenough (see above) and Martha's Vineyard. 2004 Summer Day Camp Rates: $135 Per Week. Extended Hours cost $35 Per Week (Extended Hours are 8AM to 5:15 PM). For more information or questions contact their council office at (508) 362-4322.
Cub Scouts can choose to stay one night or several. Campers will be able to take advantage of several program opportunities including swimming and boating, hiking, biking, fishing, shooting sports, and several other activities. In addition, there will be special camp wide events. Families can use either camp provided tents or lean-tos or bring their own tents or camping trailers. Food is not included, but refrigeration will be provided for your convenience. Other amenities include: heated private showers and bathroom facilities. The 2004 Family Camping cost is $25 per family per day/per campsite (Rates calculated on a family of four, a $3 charge will apply per camper after four). Contact their council office at (508) 362-4322 for more details.
Their Lodge name translates to: People of the Dawn (Malseet-Passamaquoddy)
View images of their Lodge Patches and Merger History by clicking HERE
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