Units can complete two forms found at the back of the leader's guide for their unit roster and merit badge registration. These paper forms can be delivered during the Wednesday night pre-camp meeting a week and a half before your arrival at camp, or delivered during your unit's check in on Sunday. Units may use their own paper registration forms, but they must include all of the information found on the camp supplied forms: name, age, time in camp (adults), merit badge registrations (Scouts).
Units may complete the registration online through the Nashua Valley Council Event's Registration System. Units can begin to register youth and adults at any time, and add/modify/remove information until midnight the day before their arrival at camp. Using the online registration system is quick, easy, and convenient and speeds up the registration process during Sunday check-in. An online video provides a tutorial on how to use the registration system if you have any questions. Online pre-registration does not register your Scouts financially; all financial payments must be sent to the Nashua Valley Council Service Center according to the details in the leader's guide.
In 2016, Camp Split Rock is encouraging packs to participate in the Honor Unit Program. By completing the list of requirements below your Pack could earn an Honor Unit ribbon to display on your flag, as well as a Camp Coordinator patch to award your Camp Coordinator, and best of all,a free pizza party for your pack while they are at camp! What a great way to show your boys (and adults) that going to camp each summer reinforces the scouting program and helps to strengthen your pack program.
Join volunteers and camp staff from around the council to provide support and service to Camp Wanocksett. This is your chance to help maintain our facilities and get the property ready for the over 1,400 Scouts who will be camping this summer.
When: Saturday, June 11
Where: Camp Wanocksett (642 Upper Jaffrey Rd. Dublin, NH 03444)
Who: Anyone! Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturers, council & district volunteers, alumni. Everyone is welcome!
Cost: Free! Bring your own bag lunch, water bottle, work clothes/gloves, and any tools you think would be helpful