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The Summer Camp Program at Seven Ranges is designed to provide the adventure, fun and activities that are promised to every Scout that joins Scouting.  While at camp, Scouts have the opportunity to put into action the skills that they have practiced year-round within your unit program.

Seven Ranges Scout Reservation is operated by the Buckeye Council, Inc., Boy Scouts of America.  It is located in Northern Carroll County, and encompasses nearly 900 acres of rolling hills, woods, meadows, lakes and ponds.  "Reservation" is the proper term used to describe a large tract of land that has multiple camping facilities.  On our Seven Ranges Scout Reservation, we have Camp Algonkin, Camp Calumet, Camp Akela, and many other activity areas. 

General info (2019 Fees) 

All Fees are shown on each week of camp

Early Bird Gift is earned by paying $50 by February 15 and another $100 by March 31

Camp Fees at Algonkin are $320 per youth in and out of council

If you are not receiving email monthly (program helps), please get your unit leader to add you as a contact for your unit!

All program helps are stored under the camp leader forms

 Participants:Youth $320.00 Adult ($140 for week)

OUTPOST $225.00 Adult OUTPOST ($85 for Week)

Adult fees are collected based on how many nights you are staying at camp...  A minimum of $40 must be put down to reserve an adult spot.  You must chose how many days you will be staying to determine your final fees.  It is cheaper to spend the entire week.  All adults staying for a total of 72 hours must be registered with the BSA.  

 

2019

June 16 - June 22, 2019 (Summer Camp Week 1)

June 23 - June 29, 2019 (Summer Camp Week 2)

June 30 - July 6, 2019 (Summer Camp Week 3)

July 7 - July 13, 2019 (Summer Camp Week 4)

July 14 - July 20, 2019 (Summer Camp Week 5)

July 21 - July 27, 2019 (Summer Camp Week 6)

July 28 - August 3, 2019 (Summer Camp Week 7)

 

 

 

 

 

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