Camp Cost, Schedule, & Policies

Sabattis Scout Reservation Summer Camp Fees:

$340 per youth, until May 1st ($365.00 per youth after May 1st).
2 free leaders per Unit. $135.00 per additional leader.

James “Marmaduke” Seton Trek Center Fees:

$340 per person per Trek until May 1st ($365.00 per person after May 1st).

All Trek participants, both youth and adult, must pass the blue tag swimming test to participate in Treks involving ANY aquatic activities.  Adult leaders must be 21 years of age and approved by council.  Youth participants must be 13 years of age before the start of the trek.


$25 Sibling Discount (2nd, 3rd, etc. siblings get discount)
$50 Discount for attending 2nd week of camp

Adult Per day Drop In Fee: $25.00

Payment and Fee Schedule Timeline:

A $100 non-refundable unit deposit is due with a Sabattis Reservation form. To ensure a high quality program, reservations per week will be limited to 200 youth scouts. Please register early.

March 15:  Submit a tentative Unit Roster to the Longhouse Council Office with a $100.00 per person non-refundable deposit. To ensure a high quality program, reservations per week will be limited to 200 youth scouts.

May 1:  All camping fees, finalized roster, and completed forms are required to be in the Council Office by May 1st.

June 20:  All Webelos Cross-Overs and new Boy Scouts must be paid in full.

Refund and Cancellation Policy:

Each unit is responsible for all camp fees based on the headcount of their final roster, which must be submitted by May 1st. Until a unit’s attendance at camp during their reserved week, any boy or adult can be replaced on that troop’s final roster with another boy or adult, as appropriate, because each fee paid is transferrable but not refundable. Any youth reservation, paid or non-paid, that does not attend camp will be charged the non-refundable camp fee if they are not replaced on the roster. An additional youth attendee must replace the reserved spot.

After May 1st a boy may cancel his reservation and receive a refund provided that at least one of the following conditions have been met:

  1. Summer school attendance – a letter from the school stating that the boy has to attend summer school must be submitted.
  2. Death in the family – a note from the parents is sufficient.
  3. Medical – a letter from the doctor stating that the Scout’s medical condition prohibits participation at camp

Any other reasons are considered and subject to the review of the Council Program Director.

The unit should notify the council camping department as soon as it is known that attendance for the unit will be lower than expected and a written request for a refund must be submitted to the Council office within one week after the unit’s departure from camp.

If your troop or crew decides to leave camp for any reason or you are asked to leave camp for any reason there will be no refund.

High adventure treks – Failure to pass the blue-tag swimming test will forfeit your place on the trek and no refunds will be issued for the individual or the entire trek. These reserved slots may, however, be converted to provisional in-camp attendance at no additional cost. Two-deep leadership must be maintained; therefore the entire trek will be converted to an in camp experience if adequate leaders do not meet the requirements to participate in an extended trek upon check-in.