We also offer full Cub Scout camping programs at these and other sites around the council service area.
Camping is an important part of the scout program for all ages. In the Longhouse Council, we offer a range of camping opportunities all year long. We have summer programs for both Cub Scout and Boy Scouts, along with year round camping at Camp Woodland.
Thank you for your patronage in 2015! 2016 information coming soon: Cub Scout Investigators!
We offer a full range of camping programs for Tigers, Cub Scouts, and Webelos. They can choose from day camp settings, resident camps on weekends or weekdays, or evening camps. Camp Programs are available for each of the different age groups.
At Sabattis Scout Reservation we offer a full range of programs with patrol cooking. The Trek Center is run out of Sabattis and offers immediate access to millions of wilderness acres in the Adirondack Park.
We also offer a career-exploration focused Summer Career Camp exploring the field of Engineering. Learn more…
In addition to our summer camping opportunities we offer a range of other camping opportunities for programmed and open weekend camping. Camp Woodland offer year round camping opportunities.
At Camp Woodland both cabins and tenting sites are available. Cabins come with bunks and mattresses for all, and a wood stove or fireplace insert and wood. All registrations must be accompanied with payment and made with the camping department at the council office. Also required is a complete rooster of both the scouts and adults in camp. Please use Camp Woodland Unit Roster for this matter.
Millard Fillmore National Historic Trail
Summer Camp Staff Opportunities
If you are a Merit Badge Counselor or a Unit Commissioner, Sabattis Scout Reservation needs your expertise. 2016 Needs will be posted soon.
The 2016 Brotherhood Camporee
The Longhouse Council, BSA would like to invite you and your Scouts to attend the 2016 Brotherhood Camporee, to be held at Wellesley Island State Park, Wellesley Island, New York on September 23-24-25, 2016. Due to limited facilities and camping areas, the number of campers will be limited to 3500. To give all Troops the opportunity to attend we encourage you to preregister on a first come first serve basis beginning February 1, 2016. Registrations will not be accepted if postmarked before this date. Registration deadline is June 1st.
Longhouse Council Contingents for 2016
The Florida National High Adventure Sea Base is a unique Scouting program that offers aquatics programs found nowhere else. Whether your interests lie in sailing, scuba diving, rustic camping on an undeveloped barrier island, fishing or a combination of all, this is the place for your troop or crew.
Contingent Meetings: TBA
See us @ Facebook, The Seabase Crew Longhouse Council 2016.
Deadline to sign up for Longhouse 2016 Seabase Contingent is Nov.1st, remember must be paid in full.
For more information contact Contingent Leaders David Carr at email@example.com or Jay Matteson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Blair Atholl Jamborette: Scotland Challenge yourself with adventure and activities not normally found in other camps. Experience home life in a different country. Meet and see how others Scouts from around the world participate in scouting. Eligible Scouts: male and female 14 to 17 years of age during Jamborette.
Next contingent meeting:
Oct. 20th, 2015 6:30 pm at 2803 Brewerton Rd. Council Office.
For contingent information please contact:
Andre Tanguay (315) 289-2740
Adrien Tanguay (315) 679-0580
Summit Bechtel Reserve:
Situated in the wilds of West Virginia, the Summit Bechtel Reserve is a training, Scouting, and adventure center for the millions of youth and adults involved in the Boy Scouts of America. Summit programs take Scouts and Venturers to the limits of what they think they can do, and pushes them further.
It’s home to the National Scout Jamboree, the James C Justice National Scout Camp, the John D. Tickle National Training and Leadership Center, and the Paul R. Christen National High Adventure Base.
The Summit Bechtel Reserve was made possible through the generosity of donors who see the Summit’s adventures, programs, and technological opportunities as vital to addressing the evolving needs of youth.