Camp Policies

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1. The Scout Oath and Law will be the basis for personal conduct by ALL persons using the facilities. 2. Twenty-one (21) year old leadership must be present with the unit at all times. A second leader, age 18 or older, must also be present. Youth Protection rules will be strictly enforced. 3. Propane stoves and lanterns are recommended for groups using cabins or campsites. Liquid Fuel stoves and lanterns are permitted in campsites and some cabins. All stoves and lanterns must be commercial products recommended for camping use. A responsible adult must be directly responsible for all fuel storage and fueling of stoves and lanterns. Bulk fuel containers must be stored with the Camp Ranger. No liquid fuel including charcoal lighter is to be used for starting fires. No…
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Chief Logan

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Boy Scout Summer Camp Information For 2014 Chief Logan Reservation WELCOME! ……to the “Friendliest Camp in the Country,” Chief Logan Reservation! As you read through this leader’s guide, you will learn about the program opportunities and adventure that await you here at Chief Logan Reservation. Here at Chief Logan Reservation, we take pride in our open and flexible merit badge program. What is an open and flexible program, you ask? In short, there are no scheduled times your scout can work on a merit badge. We do not turn scouts away from program sessions because they did not sign up several months in advance or because a class is too full. During program hours, a scout may go to an area at any time to work on any merit badge,…
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CFR Merit Badges and Prerequisites

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CAMP FALLING ROCK SUMMER CAMP MERIT BADGES AND PREREQUISITES LIST Revised 3/17/14 DISCLAIMER: Many merit badges offered at camp cannot be completed within the one-week session. It can be frustrating for the youth (and adult leaders) to return from a program area at summer camp with only partial completion of the merit badge requirements. History also shows that youths receiving partials at camp are less likely to go home and finish those merit badges than if they did all of the requirements at home in the first place. As a camp staff, one of the problems we face is the stereotype that summer camp just gives away merit badges without the youth actually doing the requirements or learning anything. This is why in 2012 we are putting even more focus…
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