Camp Application Terms & Conditions
Apply Starting May 11, 2015
- Troop 160 Memorial Scout Camp’s purpose is to promote wilderness camping activities to scouts, scout families, and members of the general public. Therefore, the camp is designated as a “Chem-Free” Property. The use or presence of alcoholic beverages and illegal drugs are strictly prohibited. Any indication of these items being used on the premises will be grounds for dismissal from property and forfeiture of future use of the property for the applicant and affiliates.
- Applicant represents all information in this application to be true and accurate.
- Applicant hereby authorizes the Camp Administrator or the Board of the Troop 160 Memorial Scout Camp or their designee to verify the information provided on this application.
- The Camp Administrator and the Board have the right to decline an application and refuse use of the property when, in the sole opinion of the Board, it deems such refusal to be in the best interests of the Memorial Scout Camp. All decisions of the Board of Troop 160 Memorial Scout Camp are final.
- Applicant hereby releases the Board of Directors of Troop 160 Memorial Scout Camp, the Camp Administrator, the Camp Ranger, the membership of the Promotion Committee, the membership of the Facilities Commmittee, and any of its designated associates from any liability whatsoever concerning the release and/or use of applicant information and will further defend, and hold them all harmless, from any personal liability or reprisal whatsoever. Furthermore, the undersigned applicant, on behalf of itself and those persons acting in concert with it and under its control, covenants and agrees to save and hold harmless Troop 160 Memorial Scout Camp and its authorized designees from any and all liability for injuries to users (including their invitees).
- Applicant hereby releases Troop 160 Memorial Scout Camp to publish limited contact information onto its booking calendar that is publicly viewable on http://memorialscoutcamp.org. Information released may include: Organization Name, Council Name, Troop Number, City, State, Name of Supervising Adult (family bookings only). Applicant may opt out of this provision by contacting the Vice Chairman at email@example.com.
- Troop 160 Memorial Scout Camp reserves the right to complete any maintenance or repairs to the premises. Any maintenance emergencies need to be reported to the Camp Administrator immediately. Occupants will have a duty to keep the premises clean and will be held financially responsible and liable for any damage caused by neglect or abuse.
Apply Starting May 9, 2014
- A camp application must be submitted at least 1 weeks prior to your stay at the Memorial Scout Camp.
- The supervising adult is responsible for insuring that the occupancy limits of the facility are not exceeded. The current occupancy limits are: 20 in the Goodwin Campsite, 8 in Adam's Cabins
- Boy Scout Troops must be responsible to submit a tour permit application to their local council office, and should also submit a copy of their tour permit to Troop 160 Memorial Scout Camp.
- Boy Scout Troops must be responsible for abiding by the Guide to Safe Scouting.
- While hunting, unloaded firearms may be stored in the cabin. However, discharging of firearms on camp property is prohibited.
- Licensed pets are welcomed at the camp, however they must be within control of their owners at all times.
- Kindle no fires, except in designated fire pits.
- NO OPEN FLAMES are allowed inside the cabin, with the exception of propane stoves.
- You carry it in…You carry it out. There are no trash cans at the camp and groups are responsible for supplying their own trash bags.
- The camp's waterfront area also serves as a carry-in boat launch. Use the waterfront at your own risk.
- Please do not try to "fix" anything that is broken or out of order. Contact the Camp Administrator or Camp Ranger and report the damage.
- Camping is only permitted in designated camping areas.
- Cutting live trees is not permitted.
- Do not alter the cabin, campsite, fire pits, out-house, or waterfront in any way, shape, manner, or form.
- The property is Chem-Free. Please refrain from the consumption of alcohol and the use of illegal substances while using the property.
- In the event that there is a conflict between different versions of the rules, whichever version is dated closest to, but not after, the day before the first day of your stay at the camp shall apply.
Before you leave the camp, be sure to complete the following...
- Sweep all floors…including the cabin - loft - screen porch - front deck
- Secure the screen porch door from the inside
- Secure the cabin’s lake side door from the inside
- Do not leave any food or unsecured paper goods in the cabin…the critters will make a mess
- Clean and sweep the latrine
- Pour 5 gallons of water into the pit
- Secure the latrine door from the outside
- Make sure that all outdoor fires are out
- Re-stock the wood shed
- Carry in / carry out…Take all of your trash home with you
- Roll and store the camp flags
- Return any equipment that you borrowed from the Quartermaster's Store…Make sure that any cooking utensils / pots and pans have been cleaned
- Return canoes to the canoe rack
- Return canoe paddles to their boxes
- Dry off all pfd’s before returning to storage