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Royaneh - Family Vacation Camp

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Family Vacation Camp at Camp Royaneh offers fun and exciting activities for people of all ages. Archery and BB gun are great for everybody.  The rifle, and shotgun ranges offer a rousing challenge for older campers Remember  to stop by the craft area where you can make something that will always remind you of the good times you had at Family Vacation Camp. Swimming is great in our Olympic size swimming pool. 

The trading post will offer ice cream, candy, and snacks. There are a variety of items in our trading post including Camp Royaneh merchandise. 

Like most national, state, or private campgrounds, you will be sleeping in tents. Families are encouraged to use the canvas camp tents. There are limited sites for bringing your own tents. ALL sites are assigned when you arrive at camp. Large groups of 50 or more wishing to camp together can be assigned a site in advance otherwise all accommodations are first come, first served upon arrival at camp. Hot showers and restrooms are nearby each of the campsites. 

A great choice of two food plans is available. The first is bringing your own food to camp. All food should be stored securely at night. The second choice is enjoying prepared meals in the camp dining hall. Eat like the Scouts do during summer camp. Varied and nutritious meals are available for a very reasonable fee. Meals begin with Saturday breakfast and end with Sunday dinner. Breakfast Monday is available for an additional fee for those on the meal plan and for those who are cooking their own food.

Saturday evening there is an ice cream social - a tradition of many years at Royaneh Family Camp – Everyone in camp is welcome to attend.  

Registration closes at 11 a.m. on Aug. 30 or when camp is filled. 

Camp opens @ 3pm on Friday for check in. 

Please do not arrive earlier as we will not begin check in until 3 pm.

Please do not go to a campsite and set up prior to check in, you may be asked to move as some sites have been assigned for large groups. 


Who's Eligible: the families of anyone registered in the Boy Scouts of America may participate. You can bring along friends too, but they must only be camping when you are. 

Sorry but no pets. 

Cost: Family Camp Cost are for the entire weekend, not per night.  There are additional program events that cost money to participate in. 

Dining Hall Food Plan: 


$75.00 including Meals - FVC Wknd: Age 5-10 
$95.00 Including Meals - FVC Wknd: Age 11 + 
$8.00 per person for Monday Continental Breakfast 

No Cost for children under 5.  

Camping without Dining Hall Food Plan 


$50.00 without Meals: Age 5+ 

No Cost for Children under 5 

COVID Protocol:

Our COVID Protocols have changed:

Pre-Camp Procedures

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.  Each participant, youth and adult, must have their own med forms. These can be found here

4. The CDC and CDPH both recommend vaccinations for scout age youth and adults. The council recommends that all families consult with the family health care providers.There is currently no council or national policy requiring vaccinations.


Outdoors: Masking is not required outdoors.

Indoors:  Face masks are not required in most indoor settings. 

Masks are required on public transportation, health care settings, emergency shelters and cooling and heating centers, homeless shelters, and long-term care settings and adult and senior care facilities. The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) strongly recommends masking in some indoor settings.

Note:  Those individuals wishing to wear are face coverings are free to do so per Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and CDPH guidelines. N95 and KN95 filter face masks appear to offer the best protection to the wearer. (For face masks to work properly, they should be worn with no facial hair between the skin and the seal of the masks.)

Bring your own tent campsites are very limited. If you prefer to bring your own tent, please email CJ Perez at CUBDAYCAMP@COMCAST.NET 

Click here for directions to camp.

Click here for a map of camp. 

Council Refund Policy Applies. 



When & Where
Royaneh - Family Vacation Camp
Camp Royaneh
Friday 09-02-2022 3:00 PM PT to
Monday 09-05-2022 10:00 AM PT Past
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