Information for the 2019 Hudson-Delaware LDS Regional Scout Camp
June 21, 2019
The Electricity Merit Badge is no longer being offered. Please check to see if your Scouts have signed up for this merit badge and place them in a different merit badge.
June 18, 2019
If you have scouts that are interested in working on the Scholarship Merit Badge
but could not schedule it due to scheduling conflicts, Brother Rob Bardsley is willing to work with additional Scouts wishing to complete the badge. Scouts can meet with Brother Bardsley at the dining tent Period 1 and Free Time 3 starting Tuesday. He will set up a time to review the badge with the Scouts based on their schedules. Scouts will need to have a copy of their report card and note from their teacher/principal in order to complete the badge.
June 9, 2019
The Waterfront will be operating with an open scheduling policy on Thursday and Friday. When equipment and supervisory personnel are available, we will make the boats and Iceberg available for use. If you finish a merit badge early, come down and work on the Standup Paddleboard
award or take a boat around the lake. For Scouts arriving later in the week, we will do our best to help Scouts complete all the requirements for aquatics merit badges. Scouts interested to doing Scuba BSA
, on Friday, or the Scuba Diving merit badge
should contact the Aquatics Director
March 21, 2019
Because many school districts are extending classes into the week of camp this year, Scouts may arrive to camp late and only be charged for the days spent at camp. Indicate the day the Scout will arrive on his registration form to receive the discount.
January 24, 2019
Beginning this year, young men that are not yet 12, but will turn 12 by December 31st, 2019, may attend camp with their parents' approval. A parent is not required to accompany youth that are not yet 12.
January 21, 2019
for 2019 is now open.