TROOP by fionan

VIEWS: 38 PAGES: 8

									Troop camping and activities Camp Inawendiwin
CAMP INAWENDIWIN Admin Building Troop Camp House FACILITY DESCRIPTION Capacity 20 people. Building with kitchen, 2 bathrooms, 1 bedroom, large common room, mattresses. Capacity 50 people. Building with indoor fireplace, heaters and air conditioner, running water, limited hot water, electric stoves, refrigerators and outdoor cooking area. Wheelchair accessible. Capacity 30 people. Building with indoor fireplace, heaters and air conditioner, running water, limited hot water, electric stoves, refrigerators and outdoor cooking area. Capacity 12 people. Building with indoor fireplace, heaters and air conditioner, running water, limited hot water, electric stoves, refrigerators and outdoor cooking area. Capacity 28 people. Acorn cabins with cots and mattresses. Latrines, running water, limited hot water, showers, fire pit, eating area and a centrally located bath house. Acorn Cabins are available from mid-April to mid-October. Capacity 28 people. Semi-prim. Bring your own tents. Latrines, running water, showers, limited hot water, fire pit, eating area and a centrally located bath house. Tent units are available from mid-April to mid-October. GIRL SCOUTS PUBLIC USAGE $100 / Weekend $200 / Weekend $250 / Weekend $500 / Weekend.

Lakeside

$150 / Weekend $300 / Weekend.

Sequoia

$70 / Weekend

$140 / Weekend.

Units 2, 5 or 6

$75 / Weekend

$150 / Weekend.

Unit 7

$45 / Weekend

$90 / weekend.

Units 8 or 9

Capacity 28 people. Platform tent with some cots and mattresses. Latrines, running $55 / Weekend water, showers, limited hot water, fire pit, eating area and a centrally located bath house. Tent units are available from mid-April to mid-October. Capacity 32. Four wooden lean-to shelters with built-in bunks (no mattresses), fire pit and cooking grill, running water and latrines. (No Showers, no hot water). $55 / Weekend

$110 / Weekend.

Adirondacks

$110 / Weekend.

Special Activity Requirements Program
Archery Hay Ride Swimming Pool Vandy Hall

Requirements
Each session can accommodate up to 10 people/instructor and last for approximately one hour. Instructor included. Available May, June, September Each ride can accommodate up to 25 people and lasts approximately 30 minutes. Available May, June, September (weather permitting) Maximum of 50 people. Includes use of pool for 1 hour plus two lifeguards. Seasonal – please call to check availability Capacity 200 people. Used for meetings, meals and activities. Features a commercial kitchen, cathedral ceilings with fans, two bathroom areas and a screened porch. No sleeping is allowed in this building. Available mid-April to midOctober.

Facility Fee
$25.00 session $10.00 / ride $40.00 session $30.00 / ride

$2.50/person/hr, $5/person/hr Min. $50.00/hour Min. $100.00/hr $200/Weekend $600/Weekend

Connie Lloyd Environmental Center

A self-interpretive center featuring displays of different environments. Available May, No Fee June, September

No Fee

Troop camping and activities Camp Kettle Run
CAMP KETTLE RUN Tent Units 2, 3, 6 & 7 Tent Unit 4 ―Pitch Your Tent‖ Unit 5 Stokes Lodge Troop House Conte A, Conte B Common Use Areas Dining Hall Pavilion Unicorn Nature Center FACILITY DESCRIPTION 6 tents, sleeps 24 on metal beds, storage closets, flush toilets, pavilion (Unit 3, 6, 7 pavilions are screened), roofed cook stands. Shared use of common areas. 5 cabins, capacity 28, on metal beds, storage closets, flush toilets, screened pavilion, roofed cook stand. Shared use of common areas. Pitch your own tents, capacity 28, pavilion, picnic tables, toilets, no equipment. Shared use of common areas. Capacity 24, kitchen, bathroom, wood stove, lakefront, heated, beds for leaders, mattresses. Shared use of common areas. Capacity 32, kitchen, bathrooms, wood stove, adult shower, heated, beds for leaders, mattresses. Shared use of common areas. Capacity 24 each, kitchen, bathroom, heat, beds for leaders, mattresses in winter, handicapped access. Shared use of common areas. Unicorn Nature Center, Dining Hall Pavilion, Penna Sports Field, Chapel, Wetlands Watch pavilion. GIRL SCOUTS $65 / Weekend $75 / Weekend $45 / Weekend $100 / Weekend $150 / Weekend $100 / Weekend No fee with site rental PUBLIC USAGE $130/Weekend. $150/Weekend. $90/Weekend. $200/Weekend. $300/weekend. $200/Weekend. No fee with site rental $2/person/weekend $2/person/weekend

24’ x 26’ screened pavilion, tables for 80, electricity and lights, water, roofed cook $1/person/weekend stand. Handicapped accessible bathroom. 24’ x 20’ enclosed room, capacity 24, electric & lights, tables and chairs, nature study posters, specimens, equipment, no water or bathroom. $1/person/weekend

Special Activity Requirements Program
Canoeing and Funyaks Lake Swimming Archery

Requirements
Certified instructor & lifeguard or ARC small craft safety instructor included Lifeguard with waterfront module certification included Each session can accommodate up to 10 people/instructor and last for approximately one hour. Instructor included. Available May, June, September

Facility Fee
$2/person/hour $2/person/hour $25.00 session $4/person/hour $4/person/hour $40.00 session

Troop camping and activities Oak Spring Camp
CAMP OAK SPRING Main House FACILITY DESCRIPTION Sleeps 24 with a kitchen, dining area, living area, program area, ½ bath on 1 floor. 2nd floor bedrooms, 2 bathrooms on 2nd floor. Fireplace in the living room. Kitchen includes pots, pans, dishes and flatware. Capacity 14; electricity and heat, fireplace, frig, stove, microwave, eating area. Large single room w/bunk beds. Water and Port-O-John outside; fire ring, picnic tables Group use 6 tents with a capacity of 24: 2 fire rings; near Wash House for bathrooms 6 tents with a capacity of 24; 2 fire rings; near Wash House for bathrooms Capacity 20: large round tent with electricity; fire ring; picnic tables. Capacity 20: large round tent; fire ring; picnic tables, near Wash House for bathrooms. Pitch your own tent – fire ring and picnic tables Pitch your own tent – multiple fire rings and picnic tables Group use 5 tents: capacity of 20; pavilion with picnic tables; near latrine and Port-O-Johns, 2 fire rings 3 tents: capacity of 10; shared pavilion with picnic tables; 1 fire ring; near latrine and Port-O-Johns 3 tents: capacity of 10; shared pavilion with picnic tables; 1 fire ring, near latrine and Port-O-Johns Pitch your own tent: fire ring and picnic tables; near Port-O-John Pitch your own tent: fire ring and picnic tables
st

GIRL SCOUTS $150/weekend

PUBLIC USAGE $300/weekend

$75/weekend

$150/weekend

Troop House Barn Ash Grove Tamarack Hilltop Yurt Lenape Yurt Stu Site Training Site Shelter Dogwood White Oak Whispering Pines Tall Timbers Paddock

$40/day $65/weekend $65/weekend $75/night $70/night $45/weekend $65/weekend $40/day $55/weekend $50/weekend $50/weekend $45/weekend $45/weekend

$80/day $130/weekend $130/weekend $150/night $140/night $90/weekend $100/weekend $80/day $110/weekend $100/weekend $100/weekend $90/weekend $90/weekend

Special Activity Requirements Program
Sports Field Boating Swimming Pool New Leaf Nature Center

Requirements
Common use area Certified instructor & lifeguard or ARC small craft safety instructor included Capacity 25, lifeguard included. Available in June. A facilitated program based on nature badges, badges are included in the program. Scheduled by appointment.

Facility Fee
No Fee $2/person/hour $2.50/person/hr, Min. $50.00/hour $6/person No Fee $4/person/hour $5/person/hr Min. $100.00/hr $8/person

Troop camping and activities Camp Sacajawea North
CAMP SACAJAWEA NORTH Main House Health Center Waterfront FACILITY DESCRIPTION Sleeps 24 with a kitchen, dining area, living area, program area and several bedrooms with beds. Fireplace in the Dining Hall, heated. Capacity 12 with kitchen, eating area, partitioned sleeping area with bunk beds, 1 ½ bath. Fireplace. Fire ring and picnic table Capacity 12. Heated single room, refrigerator, eating area, cots/bunks, fireplace; fire ring and picnic table. Water and Port-o-John outside. Capacity 8. Heated single room with electricity. Cots/bunks, fireplace. Water and Port-o-Johns outside. Under Renovation Large room with electricity and fireplace. Access to Trading Post Pitch your own tent – fire ring and picnic tables Capacity 20: 5 platform tents w/mattresses, pavilion with picnic tables, 2 fire rings Capacity 20: 5 platform tents w/mattresses, pavilion with picnic tables, 2 fire rings Capacity 20: 5 platform tents w/mattresses, pavilion with picnic tables, 2 fire rings. Latrine in site Capacity 20. 5 platform tents w/mattresses, pavilion with picnic tables, 2 fire rings. Wash House in site (shared with other sites) Capacity 28: 7 platform tents w/mattresses, pavilion with picnic tables, 2 fire rings Capacity 28: 7 platform tents w/mattresses, pavilion with picnic tables, 2 fire rings. Latrine in site Capacity 28: 7 platform tents w/mattresses, pavilion with picnic tables, 2 fire rings. Wash House near site (shared with other sites) Capacity 28: 7 platform tents w/mattresses, pavilion with picnic tables, 2 fire rings Capacity 28: 3 large wagons (8 people each) 1 small wagon (4 people). Latrine in site – shared with Pioneers. Fire ring and picnic tables Capacity 16: Hogan (8 people) and 2 platform tents w/mattresses. Latrine in site – shared with Covered Wagons. Fire ring and picnic tables $40/day $45/weekend $65/weekend $65/weekend $65/weekend $65/weekend $65/weekend $65/weekend $65/weekend $65/weekend $75/weekend $55/weekend $80/day $90/weekend $130/weekend $130/weekend $130/weekend $130/weekend $130/weekend $130/weekend $130/weekend $130/weekend $150/weekend $110/weekend GIRL SCOUTS $150/weekend $70/weekend $65/weekend PUBLIC USAGE $300/weekend $140/weekend $130/weekend

Nature Center Pocahontas Barn The Dell Apache Pavilion Dolphin Pavilion Onondaga Pavilion Mohawk Pavilion Cayuga Pavilion Iroquois Pavilion Oneida Pavilion Tuscarora Pavilion Wagon Train Pioneers

$50/weekend

$100/weekend

Special Activity Requirements Program
Dining Hall Boating

Requirements
Capacity 150 people. Used for meetings, meals and activities. No sleeping is allowed in this building. On White Late; Certified instructor & lifeguard or ARC small craft safety instructor required; available May, June, September, October – weather permitting Session: 45 min. – 1 hr; Row boats and canoes Lake; Certified Lifeguard required; available water temperature permitting; Session: 45 min. – 1 hr

Facility Fee
$150/weekend $2/person $300/weekend $4/person

Swimming

$2/person

Troop camping and activities Camp Sacajawea South
CAMP SACAJAWEA SOUTH Tent Units Cherokee, Apache, Sioux, Commanche, Mohican Tent Unit Chippewa Tent Unit Center Camp Mohawk Lodge Lenape Lodge Iroquois Lodge Common Use Areas Somers Dining Hall—if not used by campers FACILITY DESCRIPTION 7 platform tents, capacity 28 on cots, pavilion, fireplace, electric, water, toilets (Mohican and Apache pavilions are screened). Shared use of common areas. 6 tents, capacity 24 on cots, same facilities, handicapped access. Shared use of common areas. 4 tents, capacity 16 on cots, dining fly, grill, tables, water, toilets. Shared use of common areas. Day capacity- 40, sleeps 20, kitchen, bathrooms, fireplace, adult shower, heated, beds for leaders, carpeted floors. Shared use of common areas. Day capacity 30, sleeps 20, kitchen, fireplace, heated, bathrooms nearby, beds for leaders, mattresses. Shared use of common areas. Day capacity 18, sleeps 10, kitchen, bathroom, heated, beds for leaders, mattresses. Shared use of common areas. Tuckahoe pavilion, 3 fields, Parcourse fitness trail, Waterfront, Ernie’s Fire Circle, Playground and Climbing Wall. 40’ x 80’ enclosed room, capacity 200, tables and benches for 120, lights and electric, fireplace, screen windows and doors, not heated. GIRL SCOUTS $65/weekend PUBLIC USAGE $130/weekend

$65/weekend $55/weekend $100/weekend $100/weekend $70/weekend No fee with site rental

$130/weekend $110/weekend $200/weekend $200/weekend $140/weekend No fee with site rental

$1/person/weekend $2/person/weekend

Special Activity Requirements Program
Canoeing and Funyaks Pool Swimming Archery Kitchen: May, June, Sept., Oct. (comm. reservation only)

Requirements
Certified instructor & lifeguard or ARC small craft safety instructor included 45 X 80 foot, 10 ft. dive well & board, 3 ft. shallow area, bench seats on deck, capacity 80. Lifeguards included. Each session can accommodate up to 10 people/instructor and last for approximately one hour. Instructor included. Available May, June, September Oven, commercial range, dishwasher, ice machine, refrigerator, cooking equipment. Orientation required.

Facility Fee
$2/person/hour $2.50/person/hr, Min. $50.00/hour $25.00 session $100/weekend $4/person/hour $5/person/hr Min. $100.00/hr $40.00 session $300/weekend

REGISTRATION PROCEDURES - Lottery For large groups and Service Units (Reserving multiple sites encompassing significant amount of camp)
   Service Units of the Girl Scouts of Central & Southern NJ who have not held a Service Unit camping event in the past 12 months may enter the January lottery for available camping sites for the period extending from April of the current year through June of the following year. Forms must be submitted by January 12th Service Units will be notified of site/date award by the end of January. Once notified, a 50% nonrefundable deposit is required to confirm the Service Unit’s reservations. Balance is due 6 weeks prior to your arrival at camp.

REGISTRATION PROCEDURES - Lottery For troops and Service Units having held event in the last 12 months
    Service Units having held a Service Unit camping event within the past 12 months as well as all individual troops may enter the February lottery for unreserved and available camping sites for the period extending from April of the current year through March of the following year. Forms must be submitted by February 12th. Service Units will be notified of site/date award by the end of February. Once notified, a 50% nonrefundable deposit is required to confirm the Service Unit’s reservations. Balance is due 6 weeks prior to your arrival at camp. Troops will be notified of site/date award by the end of February. Once notified, total site fee must be paid to confirm troop’s reservations.

REGISTRATION PROCEDURES - Non-lottery
   Service Units and troops may apply for any available site(s) for the period extending from March 1 of the current year through March 31 of the following year. Service Unit reservation forms must include 50% non-refundable deposit. Troop reservation forms must include payment in full.

AFTER REGISTRATION:
1. You will receive a confirmation packet 2. The Council must receive copies of all required certification cards, the signed rental agreement and payment as outlined above as applicable. 3. In the event that your reservation is booked less than two months prior to your camping date, full payment, copies of all required certification cards, and the signed rental agreement are due immediately. 4. If all required paperwork and payments are not received in the Council office by their due date, your application will be returned to you and you will lose your reserved site and your deposit.

Camp is open for weekend camping from 5:00 PM Friday to Noon Sunday. To sign up for the camps of the Girl Scouts of Central & Southern New Jersey, Inc., please complete the enclosed registration forms and rental agreement, and return them, along with your deposit, to: Girl Scouts of Central & Southern NJ 2944 Victoria Avenue Newfield, NJ 08344 Phone: 856-697-3900 x 209 Fax: 856-697-2119 Email: lpistilli@gscsnj.org

TROOP CAMPING REGISTRATION FORM

____ S.U. Camporee Girl Scouts of Central & Southern NJ, Inc. ____ Date of last SU Camporee ____ Troop Camping Service Unit:________________________________ Troop:___________________________ Leader:_____________________________________________________________________ Address:____________________________________________________________________ Town:________________________________________ State/ZIP:______________________ Phone (Day)_________________________ (Evening)________________________________ E-Mail:______________________________________________________________________ Estimated Number of Girls:_________ Estimated Number of Adults: F______ M______

Estimated Number of people coming for the day only: _______ Fee per person is $1.00/person
*Required Information: Include a copy of each certification card.
First Aider ____________________ Date of 1 Aide Training __________
st

Date of CPR Training ____________

Overnight Adventures ____________________________ Date of Training _______________

Outdoor Skills I ____________________________ Date of Training _______________

Outdoor Skills II ____________________________ Date of Training _______________

Please list camps in order of preference (additional choices may be attached): CAMP NAME CHOICE OF SITE DATES ARRIVAL/DEPARTURE SITE FEE (SEE CHART)

$ $ $
# OF DAY USE CAMPERS

$

Total Fee: $
Do not include if this is a lottery application. Balance is due 6 weeks before arrival.

__ Deposit of 50%
Activities Requested *
Payment is required prior to participation.

__ Payment in Full

Amount Enclosed: $

REGISTRATION IS CONFIRMED AFTER RECEIPT of APPLICATION FORM & FEE/DEPOSIT!! Cancellation prior to 6 weeks of camping date: 50% of deposit is refundable. Cancellation less than 6 wks of camping date: Full fee is retained.

COUNCIL USE ONLY
Entered:_______________ Amount Paid ___________ Confirmation Packet:_______ Balance Due:___________ Date: _________________

Mail to: GSCSNJ
2944 Victoria Avenue Newfield, NJ 08344

Girl Scouts of Central & Southern NJ: Camp Rental Agreement
Camp: _______________________________ Dates: ______________
To provide a positive camp experience for everyone, each troop/group must follow the rules listed below.

Check-in Procedures
1. 2. When the troop/group arrives at camp, a representative must sign in with the ranger or site director and arrange a check-out time. Only one emergency vehicle per troop is allowed at any site (Exceptions: Oak Spring allows no vehicles at the site). This vehicle will make ONE TRIP IN, park at the site facing the road, and make ONE TRIP OUT. All other vehicles must be parked in the designated parking lot.

Check-Out Procedures
1. 2. 3. 4. Please leave grounds and facilities in good condition for the next occupant. All trash must be removed from inside and outside the rental unit. Garbage/recycling must be placed in designated areas. Cold charcoal and ashes must be placed in ash cans or as directed per camp. Costs for unusual cleaning, repairs or replacements will be assessed to the troop/group. Meet with ranger /site director for check out and site inspection before leaving camp.

Cancellation
1. 2. 3. If you cancel your reservation more than 6 weeks before the date of rental, the Council will refund 50% of the deposit. If you cancel your reservation less than 6 weeks before the date of rental, the full camp fee will be retained by Council. If the Council cancels the agreement, you will receive a full refund.

During Your Stay At Camp
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Someone at least 21 years of age who is camp trained must be present at all times and an adequate ratio of qualified adults to children will be maintained. (See Safety-Wise handbook) You may not invite any groups not listed on the application form into camp. Any guests coming will pay for date use and will submit a roster. For your convenience, wood, charcoal and propane can be used with trained adult supervision. All fires, both indoors and out, must be attended at all times by a responsible person. You will need to provide qualified staff to conduct all activities including use of the kitchen, sports, fire building, etc. The waterfront and/or swimming pool must be specifically requested, and you may only use certified lifeguards. You are responsible for intentional damage to the site or lost equipment. A certified First Aider, RN, LPN, EMT or doctor must be on site at all times. This person should have on file for each participant: name and address, emergency contact names and phone numbers, health history, and (for minors) signed permission to seek emergency treatment or religious waiver. Pets are not allowed in camp. All buildings are smoke free. You may only smoke in the fire pit area. Extinguished butts should be disposed of in an outdoor trash receptacle. You may not smoke in front of any children. Camper trailers are not permitted. For your security, a Camp Ranger or Site Director is available on the weekends. No alcohol, illegal drugs, prescription drugs intended for another person, or weapons are permitted on camp property. We ask renters and guests to protect the land and environment (recycle, conserve water, walk on the trails, etc.). Any unsafe or disruptive behavior/attire could result in dismissal from camp without a refund at the discretion of the Ranger or Site Director. Do not tamper with Smoke Detectors. No vehicles are to be used to transport campers around camp except for approved handicapped transport. No personal sports equipment should be brought to camp. Girl Scouts of Central and Southern NJ, Inc. is not responsible for loss of, or damage to, any personal items brought to camp.

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Please sign and return one copy of this form and your application to the council office.
I have read, understand, and will talk with my troop/group about the above information. __________________________________ Signature of Adult in charge _____________________ Date

Remember: Girl Scouts always leave a place better than they found it.


								
To top