Online registration now open for Scouts BSA Resident Camp! Please contact Carolyn Cruson, Camping Registrar, at 203-951-0237 to discuss camp site availability before starting online registration. Note: provisional Scouts may register individual online. Follow the buttons below for:

Info on registering a new unit

Starting registration

Unit guide for rosters, merit badges and more

Welcome!

If you’re looking for something fun and exciting this summer, look no further than Camp Sequassen. 2019 marks the 92nd 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 currently have campsite availability for new units in these sessions:

Week 1 (June 30-July 6), Week 5 (July 28-August 3), Week 6 (August 4-10), Week 7 (August 11-17)

Contact Camp Registrar, Carolyn Cruson, at (203) 951-0237 or ccruson@bsamail.org to sign up!

Important Leader Details

Please note that, while you may enter campsite preferences, site selection cannot be guaranteed.  A unit must commit to attending with a minimum of 10 Scouts to reserve an individual site.  Units that plan to bring fewer than 10 Scouts may still register and indicate site preference but will not be assigned a site until other units’ camper numbers can be determined.

New unit registrations require a $200 non-refundable unit deposit.  The $200 fee should be applied as a credit to the unit’s individual Scout/Scouter registrations when they are entered.

March 31, 2019 is the deadline for entry of Scout rosters.  At that time, a unit will be responsible for a minimum payment of $50 per registered Scout. To be eligible for the Early Bird discount, full Scout fee must be received in the Council office by the April 15 deadline.  Fees paid after April 15 are at the regular rate and the balance is due no later than the Troop’s pre-camp meeting date, approximately three and a half weeks prior to the start of the appropriate camp session (check the Leader’s Guide for the pre-camp meeting schedule).

Online payments may be made by credit card or electronic check.  If your unit prefers to submit payment(s) to the Council office, please plan to do so in advance of entering your roster online.  Fees submitted to the Council office will be entered as a unit summer camp registration credit that you will be able to draw against as you enter your Scouts and Scouters online.  Roster entries entered without payment will be held in your “cart” until payment by credit card or electronic check is authorized.

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2019 Camp Sessions

Week Dates
Week 1 June 30-July 6
Week 2 July 7-13
Week 3 July 14-20
Week 4 July 21-27
Week 5 July 28-August 3 (Eagle Week) 
Week 6 August 4-10 (Eagle Week)

Week 7         August 11-17 (Eagle Week)

 

2019 Camper / Adult Fees

Type Amount
Boy Scout Resident Camp (with CT Yankee Troop) $470 ($455 if paid in full before April 15, 2019)
Provisional or Out of Council Scouts

 

$470 ($455 if paid in full before April 15, 2019)
Second Week or Second Family Member $430 ($415 if paid in full before April 15, 2019)
Additional Fee for Participation in:

(Older Scout Program)

Eagle Week Program

SCUBA merit badge (not offered all weeks)

 

$50 (added to appropriate base fee)

$40 (added to appropriate base fee)

$275 (added to appropriate base fee)

Adult Fee $115 (Two adult leaders free with 10 Scouts. One additional leader free with each additional 10 Scouts.)
Unit Deposit $200
Daily Rate $90 per day Mon-Fri,

$40 Saturday or Sunday

Discover Adventure Progam

A program for Scouts and Venturers 14+. Watch this page for 2019 update on this program.

This 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. Check out SCUBA diving, snorkeling, tubing on the Farmington River, climbing, high wire course, archery, rifle/shotgun shooting, and more!  There’s event time to get in a few merit badges if you like.

Select Discover Adventure as an option when you register for Scouts BSA resident camp either with your troop or come to camp for a week with a buddy or on your own.  Don’t forget to check out our special multi-week discounts!

Shooting Sports

Documents & Files

Forms & Guides – currently under revision for 2019

NOTE: SCUBA participants must supply the included RSTC Medical Statement, signed by          their physician,in addition to the regular camp health form.

Staff Documents – 2019 – available Feb. 2019

Payroll Documents

 

Instructions for Harassment Prevention Training

Staff Manual – available soon

Resident Camp Health Form — available above