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 2014

Camp Sequassen

It's where all good Scouts belong!

 

If you're looking for something fun and exciting this summer, look no further than Camp Sequassen. 2014 marks the 87th year that we've been delivering strong Scout programs to troops.  Your time at camp will be a very personal experience of learning, having fun and growing in mind, body and spirit in the presence of hundreds of your fellow Scouts.  Whether it's because of the camp's staff, the camp's lore, the camp's surrounding natural beauty or the quality of the camp's programs, a week at Camp Sequassen will make an impression on you that will last a lifetime. 

 

New Unit Availability:  We are currently accepting new troops for the following sessions:

 

Week 1   June 29-July 5, 2014

Week 2   July 6-12, 2014

Week 5   July 27-August 2, 2014 

Week 6   August 3-9, 2014

Week 7   August 10-16, 2014

 

If you are interested in attending Camp Sequassen for one of these sessions, please contact the Camp Registrar, Carolyn Cruson, at (203) 876-6868 ext. 273 or ccruson@bsamail.org.

 

NEW FOR 2014:  Ropes, Boats & Gunpowder Challenge  

Monday, August 18 - Thursday, August 21, 2014

This four day high adventure event is for young men and women, 14-20 years old.  The Aquatics, Climbing and Shooting Action Centers offer a wide variety of activities and challenges.  Choose from SCUBA diving, snorkeling, tubing on the Farminton River, climbing, high wire course, archery, rifle/shotgun shooting, and more.

$225 for youth participants, $75 for adults

For more information and the registration form, click here.

Daily Activity Schedule

Camper's Guide

 

For information on other programming and training offered at Camp Sequassen this summer, go to the bottom of this page. 

 

 

 

Forms & Guides

         NOTE: SCUBA participants must supply the included

         RSTC Medical Statement, signed by their physician,

         in addition to the regular camp health form.

 

2014 Staff Documents

Payroll Documents

Instructions for Harassment Prevention Training

Staff Manual 

 

Resident Camp Health Form -- available above

 

 

 

Resident Camp Video

 

2014 Camp Sessions

Week Dates

Week 1

June 29-July 5

Week 2

July 6-12

Week 3

July 13-19

Week 4

July 20-26

Week 5

July 27-August 2 (Eagle Week) 

Week 6

August 3-9 (Eagle Week)

 Week 7         August 10-16 (Eagle Week)

 

 

2014 Camper / Adult Fees

Type Amount

Boy Scout Resident Camp

$405 ($380 if paid in full before April 15, 2014)

Additional Fee for Participation in:

Lobo Activities

Eagle Week Program

 

$45 (added to appropriate base fee)

$30 (added to appropriate base fee)

Second Week or Second Family Member

$365 ($340 if paid in full before April 15, 2014)

Provisional or Out of Council Scouts

$420 ($395 if paid in full before April 15, 2014)

Adult Fee

$90 (Two adult leaders free with 10 Scouts. One additional leader free with each additional 10 Scouts.)

If Attending Philmont with CYC Contingent

$325 ($300 if paid in full before April 15, 2014)

Campsite Deposit

$200

Daily Rate

$75 per day Mon-Fri,

$30 Saturday or Sunday

 

Special Opportunity for Scouts, Week 7 only   

  • During week 7, August 10-16, 2014, a high adventure opportunity for Scouts, the White Mountain Trek, combines access to programs at Camp Sequassen with a four day backpacking trip over Mt. Washington, the highest peak in the eastern continental United States. 

For more information and the registration form:

 Click here for 2014 White Mountain Trek

 

 

Aquatics Supervision Courses 2014  Be ready to plan and conduct aquatic activities for your unit by completing either or both BSA Aquatics Supervision Courses, Swimming and Water Rescue (Saturday, July 19) and Paddle Craft Safety (Saturday, July 26). The material covered in these courses goes well beyond the basic information covered in Safe Swim Defense and Safety Afloat.

Click here for more information