REGISTRATION OPENING JANUARY 1, 2022
Adventure Pins being offered will be announced in August. If the event sells out, a waitlist will occurr. When someone cancels, then the first person on the waitlist will be added to the event. Please do not email about the waitlist.
Calling all Webelos and Arrow of Lights!
This weekend is filled with fun events at our great Camp Herms. Activity Pins and Scout Skills galore. Come interact with some Scouts, BSA Troops as well, to get a feel for the adventure at a Troop level. A packing list, schedule, and Pins for the weekend will be emailed ten days before the event.
Every participant should bring a bag lunch on Saturday. Dinner will be provided as a group activity. Sunday breakfast offered.
Please review our COVID Protocols below this message before arriving to camp.
1. Each Camper (Youth and Adult) is required to complete the Personal Health Screening Survey (Click here)
2. Every Camper and Driver must have a temperature below 100.4 °F just prior to departure for camp.
3. All Campers and Drivers must have proof either of COVID Vaccination (copy ok) or a negative COVID test (non-home test) taken within 72 hours of arrival at camp. All Campers and Drivers are highly encouraged to self-quarantine for the 72 hours prior to arrival at camp.
a. For the Two-Dose Vaccines (Pfizer and Moderna), the individual must have received both doses of the vaccine at least two weeks prior to arrival at camp.
b. For the One-Dose Vaccine (Johnson & Johnson), the individual must have received the vaccine at least two weeks prior to arrival at camp.
c. If the Pfizer vaccine becomes available for youth ages 12-15, proof of a valid vaccination will be accepted for those Scouts. (see 4a for details)
d. The CDC does not recommend getting tested again in the three months after a positive viral test if the person does not have symptoms of COVID-19. Campers and staff who have had a positive viral test in the 3 months prior to starting camp and have met the criteria to end isolation should have a letter from their healthcare provider documenting the positive test date and stating the individual is cleared to end isolation.
4. Should a Camper miss camp due to a COVID infection, a full refund will be given.
Procedures at Camp
1. Upon arrival at camp, the driver and all occupants must show proof of either a COVID Vaccination (copy ok) or a negative COVID test taken within 72 hours of arrival at camp or a letter from their healthcare provider documenting the positive test date and stating the individual is cleared to end isolation before the vehicle may be unloaded.
2. While at camp each and every camper must wear a face covering over their mouth and nose and practice social distancing as dictated by the County Health Department where the camp is located.
3. At each program session, campers and staff will maintain social distancing. All campers will wash their hands between each program session.
4. We are allowed to have 50% capacity inside our dining halls.
b. Heating water for coffee or hot cocoa with a propane stove does not constitute cooking, so enjoy your coffee or cocoa.
5. There will be extra hand sanitizing stations positioned throughout the camp to encourage a high level of personal hygiene.
6. In the event of a potential case of COVID-19 while at camp, the local Health Authority will be notified, and all County and Camp-specific protocols will be followed.
1. Should any Camper (Youth or Adult) develop COVID within 10 days following camp, we would ask that you inform us as soon as possible after the diagnosis (firstname.lastname@example.org)