Camp Health and Safety

As parents, leaders, and staff we look forward to each summer with a great deal of anticipation.  However, we know that this year we must temper that enthusiasm with caution and careful planning.  These are uncertain times.  We understand that changes come quickly and in unexpected ways. 

Accordingly, we want to address a few questions and concerns you might have as you consider registering for one or more of our camping opportunities.

Priorities: The health and safety of everyone in our camps are our highest priority. At all times, we will conform to guidelines issued by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the Ohio state health department, local health departments, law enforcement, and the Boy Scouts of America. Please bear in mind that in doing so, changes may occur without advance notice; we appreciate your understanding and support in this matter as we work together to keep everyone safe.

We are considering plans for adjustments to dining, flag assemblies, and other times where Scouts gather to allow everyone to comply with social distancing guidelines, should they still exist this summer.  Additional measures for sanitation are also being enacted.  Examples of these measures include the addition of hand sanitizer dispensers in each camping area, and procedures for disinfection of cots, mattresses and other surfaces throughout the camp.