CAMP RULES AND GUIDELINES
The following rules and policies have been established by the Pine Tree Council Camp Administration for the health, safety, and protection of all Scouts and leaders in camp.  Your cooperation in following them is appreciated.

All your actions should be guided by the Scout Oath, Scout Laws, Motto, and Slogan at all times.

NO ALCOHOL or ILLEGAL DRUGS are permitted in camp at any time!!!

NO FIREARMS, AMMUNITION, FIREWORKS, HAND HELD WEAPONS (Swords, nightsticks, butterfly knives, etc) or ARCHERY EQUIPMENT may be brought to camp.  Due to our liability insurance, youth may only use the equipment provided by camp. 

NO RUNNING, except in an athletic field or event.  In and emergency, you may go quickly without running.

APPROPRIATE FOOTWEAR is required at all times.  While in the training center, slippers are allowed.

YOUTH PROTECTION GUIDELINES, as established by Pine Tree Council and the BSA, ARE TO BE ENFORCED AT ALL TIMES.  Any physical, emotional, sexual, or neglectful abuse must be reported to the Scoutmaster immediately so the proper steps can be taken to protect the Scout.

THE BUDDY SYSTEM FOR SCOUTS IS REQURIED FOR ALL ACTIVITIES IN CAMP.
 

SCOUTS & LEADERS LEAVING CAMP AT ANY TIME MUST NOTIFY THE SCOUTMASTER.
No Scout shall be released from camp without the permission of his parent or legal guardian.

VALUABLES SHOULD BE LEFT AT HOME!  Please encourage Scouts to leave all electronic or expensive equipment home.  Advise your Scouts not to leave valuable items they do have in camp in the open.  Lock up these items at all times  Camp is not responsible for damaged or lost items during your stay.

SLEEPING BAYS, BATHROOMS, DINING ROOMS, AND MEETING SPACES WILL BE KEPT NEAT AND CLEAN AT ALL TIMES.  Each patrol will be responsible to clean and maintain certain areas of the training center during specific days of the week.  Patrols will also take turns with clean up and doing dishes after the meals.  Scouts will be responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of their own sleeping area.  Food and drinks will not be allowed in the sleeping bays.

NO PETS allowed by campers or visitors.
 



Last Update: December 26, 2010