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Scouting Specific Guidelines
The following guidelines apply to all Scouting groups using camp:
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- All BSA Youth Protection guidelines must be followed while in camp. This includes seperate bathroom use by adults and youth and serperate sleeping rooms/tents for adults and youth (except where the adult is the parent/guardian of the youth).
- Overnight camping by Tiger, Wolf, and Bear Cub Scout dens as dens is not approved. See the Scouting Camping Program and Age Appropriate Guidelines for more information.
- Tiger Cubs may only participate in boy-parent excursions, day camps, or council-organized family camps.
- Webelos Scouts may participate in overnight den camping when supervised by an adult. In most cases, the Webelos Scout will be under the supervision of his parent or guardian. Webelos Scouts must be under the supervision of a parent-approved adult.
- At least one registered leader and another leader over the age of 18 are required for all events. Co-ed overnight activities require a male and female leader.
- More guidelines specific to Scouting programs can be found in the Guide to Safe Scouting.