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Effective March 1, 2014 the BSA has released an updated medical form. If you have not yet completed your medical form for the 2014 camp season, please use the updated form available for download on the left side of your screen under "Camp Forms". If you have already had your physical and completed your medical form, the old form will be accepted for the 2014 season. Please address questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Did you forget to pick up a camp shirt from the trading post this past summer? That old shirt not the right size any more? Now you can order one online from http://shop.nashuavalleybsa.org. Shipping is always free!

Head over to our new online store to purchase your favorite camp shirt, misc apparel, and more. More items, including patches, will be added in the coming weeks. Don't delay; quantities of some items & sizes are limited.

Nashua Valley Council takes pride in providing boys with an outstanding summer camping experience. The Counselor In Training (CIT) program builds upon the leadership skills learned elsewhere in the Scouting program. Through the CIT program, Scouts will be prepared to take on leadership roles as part of the summer camp staff and within their troop or crew.

Scouts will participate in the program for 4 weeks:

  • All Scouts will participate at Camp Wanocksett during training & camp set-up from June 21-27. (School Snow days can be worked around)
  • Scout will then participate in one week of the Boy Scout program, one week in the Cub Scout program, and one final week of their choosing.

The total cost of the program for 2014 is $250. This includes all room & board. This amount is not due until acceptance to the program has been confirmed. Fees will be collected at the CIT orientation meeting on May 19th.

The requirements are stiff; the job demanding; the experience exhilarating!

Visitors to Camp Wanocksett are reminded that, in accordance with state regulations, to help prevent the spread of invasive species, outside firewood is not permitted at Camp Wanocksett. Visitors are requested to leave firewood at home.