Camping Information

Troop 322                 Dickson City          Pennsylvania

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Scouting provides many opportunities for young men ages 11 through 17 to help plan and participate in rugged outdoor adventures. From day hikes to camporees and summer camp, the troop plans activities that match the interests and abilities of the Scouts. Older Scouts may participate in high-adventure programs such as rock climbing, rappelling, and whitewater rafting. Younger Scouts may attend summer camp and learn teamwork within their patrol and troop. Summer camp blends fun program with advancement requirements to reinforce skills learned throughout the year. In Scouting, fitness is fun with a purpose.

OUTDOOR CODE

  • As an American, I will do my best to
  • Be clean in my outdoor manners,
  • Be careful with fire,
  • Be considerate in the outdoors, and be conservation-minded.


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Here are checklists of what you SHOULD and SHOULD NOT bring on any camping trip we take.

THINGS TO BRING ON CAMPING TRIPS Summer Fall Winter Spring
 Complete Boy Scout Class 'A' uniform Y N N Y
 OA Sash, if a member (Only IF an OA event will be help during the camping trip) _ _ _ _
 Underwear & socks for at least the number of days you will be camping _ _ _ _
 Scout T-shirts (or other appropriate shirts - No alcohol or tobacco adds or inappropriate language) _ _ _ _
 Jacket, sweater, sweat-shirt _ _ _ _
 322 hat _ _ _ _
 Swimming trunks _ _ _ _
 Hiking boots, athletic shoes, old shoes for boating, shower shoes _ _ _ _
 Rain Gear _ _ _ _
 Sleeping bag or blankets _ _ _ _
 Notebook, pencil, pen _ _ _ _
 Scout handbook (The Scout Handbook should be brought with you on all trips you take _ _ _ _
 Flashlight with extra batteries _ _ _ _
 Watch, pocketknife, first aid kit, camera _ _ _ _
 Water bottle _ _ _ _
 Backpack _ _ _ _
 Fishing tackle _ _ _ _
 Religious materials _ _ _ _
 Insect repellent (no aerosol), Sunscreen _ _ _ _
 Prescription medication (PLEASE advise the adult leaders of ANY and ALL medical concerns) _ _ _ _
 Required medical form. _ _ _ _
 Spending money (Please keep this within reason. There is no need to bring a lot of spending money) _ _ _ _
 Mothballs for around your tent. (Frank swears this keeps the critters away!) Y Y N Y
 Carpet for platform (If you drop something chances are you will loose it if you don't put something down on the platforms) Y N N N

DO NOT BRING ANY OF THE FOLLING ITEMS ON A CAMPING TRIP
Fireworks/explosives
Illegal drugs
Alcohol and tobacco products
Firearms and ammunition
Hunting knives
Radios, Computer games, DVD players, CD players (Troop 322 will not be responsible for any loss or damage to these types of items so just don't bring them. There will be plenty to do without these toys.)
Aerosol cans and glass containers

For more information on CAMPING you can visit the following websites!

Insane Scouter website
 

 

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