Wed, Jun 03 | Camp Durant Road

Camp Outs at Camp Durant

Registration is Closed
Camp Outs at Camp Durant

Time & Location

Jun 03, 2020, 7:00 PM – Aug 01, 2020, 11:00 PM
Camp Durant Road, Camp Durant Rd, Raleigh, NC, USA

About The Event

You will be able to attend merit badge sessions and for those Scout who might not need or want to take a merit badge, they can fish, hike, play frisbee golf, ride mountain bikes or simply enjoy spending time in their campsites. For our First Year Scouts, the Scoutmasters will do individual instruction since it is a more hands-on type of instruction.

Since the Summer Camp tents won’t be set up, we are bringing our own or Troops tent's or hammocks for camping. To enhance merit badge instructions or rank requirements and provide another level of protection for our Scouts, we will ask that each Troop's provide their own food

Tenting/hammocking will be done individually and the troop will cook for their Scouts. Prior to leaving for camp we are wanting each troop to do a prescreening of each Scouts. If someone isn’t feeling well or falls into the high risk category, they need to stay home. We will then do a secondary screening before you are allowed into camp. The units will each have their own campsite. We will be keeping to groups of less than 50 with a limited exposure to other groups. We will be sanitizing the bathhouses and building bathrooms multiple times a day with our staff being responsible for that. Each area will work to follow the protocol put out by the CDC and other government agencies in terms of sanitizing between uses. There will be more opportunities to handwash and we will be encouraging social distancing. We understand that we cannot remove COVID-19 from this camp, but we can mitigate the risk for our Campers, Adults and Staff Members.

Camp Life:

· Meals are prepared and served in the campsites by the troops

· Each scout should bring a chair to facilitate social distancing

· Tenting should be one person per or head to toe

· Hammock camping is encouraged

· Scouts must bring their own water bottle

· All program equipment will be cleaned daily

· Gaga pits will be closed

· CDC recommends the use of a simple cloth face mask or covering as a voluntary public health measure in settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain

General Prevention:

· We ask that anyone who is sick to please stay home

· Maintain social distancing of at least 6 feet

· Encourage hand washing

· Do not share food, drinks etc.

· Wear cloth face coverings

· Anyone feeling sick should report to the Camp Medic

· We are in communication with the Moore County Health Department and will be following all guidelines put forth by them.

Camp Wellness Planning:

· Scout leaders should monitor scouts for symptoms

· Isolate individuals as needed in the Health Lodge or in the Campsite whichever is deemed more appropriate

· If three or more participants begin experiencing symptoms, we will contact the local health department

· Visitors will not be allowed

· Hand washing will be encouraged throughout the day

· We encourage each scout to bring their own mask

· Hand sanitizer and masks will be available

· Each troop will have its own Campsite

Distancing:

· Planned distances at bath houses and trading post.

· Limited number in the trading post at any one time.

· Program areas will have no more than 50 people per area

· While in program areas social distancing will be observed

Bath Houses:

· Dedicated cleaning crew will be hired

· Restrooms and showers will be cleaned 3 times a day

· Cleaning and Disinfecting products will be from an approved list as well as diluted bleach solutions of 1/3 cup bleach to a Gallon of water or 4 Teaspoons of bleach per quart

· Alcohol Solutions will be at least 70% alcohol

· Mop floors with disinfectant or bleach solution

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Precamp – Health Screenings done by each Troop prior to arriving at camp (forms provided MUST be turned in for EVERY CAMPER, youth and adult)

Friday

Time Event Location

5:00pm Check-In Campsites

5:00pm - 9:00pm Campsite Set-Up Campsites

9:00pm Leader’s Meeting Scoutcraft Shelter (Activity Field) Unit Leader’s and SPL’s

11:00pm Lights out

Saturday

Time Event Location

8:00am Flags/Breakfast Campsites

9:00am – 12:00pm Merit Badge Sessions/ Program Areas

Open Programs

12:00pm – 2:00pm Lunch Campsite

2:00pm – 5:00pm Merit Badge Sessions/ Program Areas

Open Programs

5:00pm – 7:00pm Flags/Dinner Campsite

7:00pm Evening Activities TDB

11:00 pm Lights out/Taps

Sunday

Time Event Location

8:00 am Flags/Breakfast/Scout’s Own Campsites

8:30 am Unit Checkout/Campsite Inspection Campsites

10:00 am Camp Closes

THERE WILL BE NO MOVEMENT OF VEHICLES IN CAMP AFTER CHECK-IN ON FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL CHECK-OUT ON SUNDAY MORNING

*LOST and FOUND will be at the Scoutcraft Shelter

July Weekends

July 3, 4 and 5

July 10, 11 and 12

July 17, 18 and 19

July 29, 30 and Aug 1?

MERIT BADGE OPPORTUNITIES**

Swimming

Kayaking

Rifle

Shotgun

Archery

Pottery

Art

Sculpture

First Aid

*ATV

OPEN PROGRAM AREAS

Mountain Biking

Disc Golf

Fishing

Hiking

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR UNITS IN THEIR CAMPSITES

Cooking

Trailblazer Requirements

Totin Chip

Firem’n Chit

*Not a merit badge

**Subject to change based on CDC, State and Local Health Department Regulations

FEES

Registration Type        Early Bird                   Standard

Scouts                      $90 per person            $100 per person

Adults/Leaders Free Free

Registration is Closed