By clicking on the tab below, a full list of Summer Camp Fees (price freeze units and general units) and list of Networks to camp promotion within your unit.
Due now: (Initial unit reservation and $100 unit deposit.)
Please estimate the number of youth & adults participating in the summer camp program using the form above (section A) and return with your $100 unit deposit. It is important to realistically estimate the number of youth and adults on this form. A minimum of two adults serving as unit leaders are required.
- March 1st, 2015: (Notice #2 – all first deposit payments due. Discount fee deadline.)
A non-refundable $100 deposit for each youth is due. Participants registering by March 1st will receive the discount rate. Participants registering after March 1st will pay the full fee unless they are new Scouts or cross over Webelos Scouts. This deadline applies to full week & mini week. This is a per person deposit and is nonrefundable if youth does not show up for camp. Please share this information with your parents.
- June 1st, 2015: (All final payments due.)
The balance of all fees is now due. To cancel reservations or to change numbers of people attending, contact our camp registrar at the Council Camping Desk: 610-465-8568. Always check with the camp registrar before adding additional campers or adults. Your camp site may be at capacity.
To learn more about Minsi Trails Council outdoor programs:
- Sign up for our Minsi E Newsletter
- Visit our council calendar for district and council run events
- View the various Council Committees listed here in the camping tab
If you need to contact the camping department at Minsi Trails Council
Minsi Trails Council Camping Administrative Assistant , email Bonnie Keller or call 610-465-8568
Minsi Trails Council Director of Camping, email Paul Oswald or call 610-465-8576
Trexler Scout Reservation Ranger, email Don Freidhoff or call 610-533-4143
Contact for Camp Minsi, Denny Flaherty, Camp Ranger or call 253-545-1032
Organized camping is a creative, educational experience in cooperative group living in the outdoors. It uses the natural surroundings to contribute significantly to physical, mental, spiritual, and social growth.
- Camping contributes to good health.
- Camping helps campers develop self-reliance and resourcefulness.
- Camping enhances spiritual growth.
- Camping contributes to social development.
- Camping is an experience in citizenship training.
- Camping at the Cub Scout level introduces boys to the knowledge and skills that they will learn and apply more thoroughly as a Boy Scout.
Cub Scouting offers camping opportunities for Cub Scouts through day camps, resident camps, Webelos den overnight campouts, council-organized family camps, and pack overnighters.
The Cub Scout Outdoor Program
Camping at the Cub Scout level introduces boys to and helps them develop outdoor skills at an age-appropriate level that will later be applied more thoroughly as a Boy Scout.
- Please locate the Cub Scout tab on the left column of this page to learn more about Cub Scouting in Minsi Trails Council.
The Boy Scout Outdooor Program
Outdoor adventure is the promise made to boys when they join Scouting. Boys yearn for outdoor programs that stir their imagination and interest.
- Please locate the Boy Scout tab on the left column of this page to learn more about Boy Scouting in Minsi Trails Council.