Council Geographic Area Information
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Cub Scout Camp Information
Order of the Arrow Lodge Information
Official Council E-mail (goes to Thomas Jansen, Scout Executive)
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Click HERE to see a camp map.
Click HERE for the Camp's History.
This camp was dedicated on October 2, 1960. It occupies 278 wooded acres on the Byram River and has two lakes, Hillegas Lake and Prescott S. Bush Sr. Lake (was known as Conservation Lake). They offer a swimming pool with showers and a dressing room, tent camp sites, Adirondack (lean-to) shelters, winter cabins, an athletic activity field, rowboat and canoe rentals, over 5 miles of hiking trails and a Cub Scout summer day camp program.
|FACILITY||CAPACITY & FEATURES||BSA UNIT FEE||NON-BSA FEE|
|Leslie T. Hand Building||10 - NCF, WS|
|Activities Building Weekend Overnighter||24 - NCF, FP|
|Activities Building Weeknight Meetings||50 - NCF, FP|
|Lion's Lodge||21 - B, C, CH, HWS|
|Lions Den Lean-to Area A (2 units each sleep 5) includes a Patrol Tent Site||10|
|Lions Den Lean-to Area B (2 units each sleep 5) includes a Patrol Tent Site||10|
|Winter Lean-to Area A (2 units each sleep 5) includes a Patrol Tent Site||10|
|Winter Lean-to Area B (2 units each sleep 5) includes a Patrol Tent Site||10|
|Indian Mill Lean-to (2 units each sleep 5) includes a Patrol Tent Site||10|
|Tent Campsites 11 Available||Various|
From the Connecticut Thruway Route I95 North and South: Take Exit 3 - Arch Street: Northbound, turn left at the end of the ramp, Southbound, turn right at the end of the ramp and proceed straight under the railroad overpass. Go straight through the traffic light. Take the next left onto Soundview Drive. At the top of the hill bear right. At the first traffic light take a left onto Brookside Drive. At the next traffic light (intersects with Post Road) go straight across the Post Road and continue on Brookside Drive. At the end of Brookside Dr take a left on to Glenville Road. Continue for 2 miles until your first traffic light and take a right on to Riversville Road and drive 2 miles, the camp will be on the right. There will be a yellow sign on the right just before the camp that says Camp Entrance Ahead. The entrance is clearly marked Ernest Thompson Seton Scout Reservation.
Offers Cub Scout Summer Day Camp mid July through August. See camp details above in Boy Scout Camp section.
This lodge started in 1949 and their name translates from Lenape indian words for "Spiritual Warrior."
View images of their Lodge Patches and Merger History by clicking HERE
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