1980 Lunenburg Road, Lancaster, MA 01523-0128
TEL: (978) 534-3532 or (978) 632-1670
FAX: (978) 534-4618
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Acton Packs 32, 45 & 70 Troops 1, 32 & 284 Crew 7 & 4000 Ashburnham Pack 18 Troop 18 none Ashby Pack 27 Troop 27 none Athol Packs 8, 16, 18 & 381 Troops 8, 16, 38 & 72 none Ayer Pack 32 Troops 2 & 3 Post 200 Badwinville Pack 150 none none Barre Pack 26 Troop 26 none Berlin Pack 15 Troop 1 none Bolton Pack 37 Troop 1 none Boxborough Pack 26 Troop 1 none Clinton Pack 7 & 80 Troops 4 & 10 none Fitchburg Packs 17, 41, 80 & 85 Troops 17, 41, 44, 85 & 823 none Gardner Packs 2, 4, 9 & 111 Troops 4, 6, 9 & 111 Crew 1 & Post 357 Groton Packs 11 & 12 Troops 3 none Hardwick Pack 3 Troop 3 none Harvard Pack 10 Troop 1 none Hubbardston Pack 12 Troop 12 none Lancaster Pack 9 Troop 1 Crew 1 Leominster Packs 1, 3, 7, 16, 38, 50 & 1210 Troop 11, 12, 14 & 477 none Littleton Packs 2, 21 & 86 Troops 1, 5, 20, & 399 Crew 486 & Post 399 Lunenburg Pack 1728 Troop 1728 none Orange Packs 34, 40, 41 & 1837 Troops 34 & 1837 none Pepperell Packs 14, 41 & 55 Troops 13 & 26 Crew 92 Petersham Pack 23 none none Philipston Pack 39 Troop 30 none Princeton Pack 25 Troop 1 Crew 2 Royalston Pack 32 none none Shirley Pack 31 Troop 7 none Sterling Packs 14 & 34 Troops 1 & 189 none Templeton Pack 27 Troops 27 & 30 none Townsend Packs 11 & 12 Troops 10 & 81 Crew 12 West Groton Pack none Troop 1 none Westminster Pack 33 Troop 33 none Winchendon Pack 193 Troop 35 none
193 Dublin Road, Jaffrey, NH
Camp TEL: 603-563-8550
For camping reservations call the Council at: 978-534-3532
Camp Latitude 42.839059 Longitude -72.068784
Established in 1924 this camp occupies 250 acres and is located on Thondike Pond (which is 50 or more acres). The camp offers swimming, row boating, canoeing, and sailing (boats are available at the camp). They offer tent campsites, Adirondack (lean-to) shelters, and winter cabins for overnight groups, family camping, an activity field for atheletics and camporees, boats and/or canoes for overnight groups, and a dining hall during summer camp, plus High Adventure Programs (extended backpacking and/or canoe trips), and a High and Low C.O.P.E. (Challenging Outdoor Physical Experinece) course, plus rock climbing and rappelling.
This Boy Scout Camp will be celebrating their 84th year of operation during the summer of 2008. The camp directly abuts Mount Monadnock State Park. Nearby Mt. Monadnock is a mecca for hikers and one of the most hiked mountains in the world. Mt. Monadnock offers 40 miles of hiking trails, many going up its 3,165 foot summit. The peak offers spectacular views of six states. On a clear day you can even see the Boston skyline. The 360 degree view of the New England states is one of reason why this mountain is so popular with hikers. The trail network of Mt Monadnock State Park is directly connected to the Camp Wanocksett trail network by way of the Shepard's Reach Trail in camp and the Ravine Trail in the State Park. Depending on the trails you use the trip can be completed in four to five hours.
This is the 75 Anniverary Patch for Camp Wanocksett.
Established in 1924.
|FACILITY||CAPACITY & FEATURES||RENTAL FEE|
|Waterfront Cabin||Sleeps 30 - E - WS|
|Green Cabin||Sleeps 24 - E - WS|
|Memorial Lodge||Sleeps 28 - E - R- WS|
|Asst. Director's Cabin||Sleeps 6 - E- HW - HS - R - WS|
|Cook's Cabin||Sleeps 6 - CWS - E - HW - HS - R - WS|
|Health Lodge||Sleeps 6 - CWS - E - HW - HS|
|Duplex Cabin East||Sleeps 4 - E - HS - W|
|Duplex Cabin West||Sleeps 4 - E - HS - W|
|Tent Campsites (11 Total)||Sleeps 12-40 each - CWS - OH - W|
David R. Collier Scout Reservation - Camp Collier
Camp Collier Road (off of Kelton Street)
Camp Latitude 42.6176 Longitude -71.9657
HERE for a Topographic Map of Camp Collier.
This camp occupies 600 acres of land around 2.5 mile long Lake Wampanoag. They offered swimming, row boating, canoeing, tent campsites, Adirondacks (lean-to) shelters, winter cabins, an activity field for atheletics and camporees. They also offered row boat and canoe rentals for overnight groups that supply their own BSA or Red Cross certified Lifeguard.
Camp Collier, first opened in 1930. It served as summer camp for the Monadnock Council, BSA, until 1993, when the Monadnock Council, merged into the Nashua Valley Council, forcing the closing of the camp. In July 2001, it opened again and became the main Cub Scout Summer Camp for the Nashua Valley Council. It offered both Cub Scout Day Camp and Webelos Resident Camp (Over-Night). Both camp programs included Swimming, Boating, Fishing, Nature Study, Field Sports, Crafts, Scout Skills, Archery, and BB Guns. Camp Collier also offered Day Camp bus transportation for all cities and towns that are within the Nashua Valley Council.
|FACILITY||CAPACITY & FEATURES||ADMIN FEE||CAMP RANGER FEE|
|Tent Campsites (6 Total)||-|
|Adirondacks (6 Total)||Each Adirondack Sleeps 5|
|Henry E. Heywood Hall||Sleeps 20 - CM - E - HA - WS|
|Health Lodge||Sleeps 4 - E - WS|
|Directors Cabin||Sleeps 8 - CW - E - WS|
|Barre Wool||Sleeps 5 - E - WS|
|Magee Cabin||Sleeps 22 - CM - CW - E - WS|
Camp Split Rock
41 Stowell Road, Asburnham, MA 01430
Camp Phone: 978-827-5551
For camping reservations call the Council at: 978-534-3532
Camp Latitude 42.655511 Longitude -71.905481
Reopened in 1993 it occupies 110 acres by Lake Winnekeag and the Ashburnham State Forest. The camp offers swimming, boating and canoeing, tent campsites, Adirondacks (lean-to) shelters and winter cabins for overnight groups, an activity field for atheletics and camporees, boats and/or canoes for overnight groups.
The Grand Monadnock Lodge #309 started in 1993 when the Nikiwigi Lodge #329 (Monadnock Council) merged with the Quanopin Lodge #309 (Nashua Valley Council).
Click HERE to view the Official Lodge Web Site.
Click HERE to view images of their Lodge Patches and Merger History.
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