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We need your help! We all know that Camp Wanocksett is one of the premier Scout camps in the Northeast. Camp Split Rock hosts our Cub Scout Day Camp and many of our off-season training programs. What many of our visitors may not realize is that it takes a huge effort on the part of our volunteers, between September and June, to keep up with the routine maintenance and new projects that help keep these camps in the front of the pack.

Thanks to grants from the Magee Foundation, financial support from our communities, and the success of our summer camp program, we have had major building projects at both Camp Wanocksett and Camp Split Rock every year for the last decade. We’ve built three new composting restrooms, a new shower house, a climbing tower, new staff housing, rebuilt the high ropes course, replaced roofs, doors, and windows, and completed major structural repairs on several aging buildings. We’ve done all of this, almost entirely, with volunteer labor.

We’re not done yet!

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.

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.