Summer Camp: Napowan 2020

Week I: June 14 - 20

Week II: June 21 - June 27


You can download the summer camp packet with more detailed information by clicking below

2020 Summer Camp Packet

Cost

Total weekly cost per scout (if payment received in full)

  • SCOUT Early Bird ... $365 (before May 1)
  • SCOUT Normal ... $390 (after May 1)
  • ADULT ... $90/week (Troop 23 pays remaining $90)

Payment Schedule

  • Deposit of $125 per week due Thursday, March 5th
  • Second payment of $125 per week due Thursday, April 2nd
  • Final Payment and T-shirt fee per week of $ 128 due on Friday, May 1st

Campership Application

Need assistance? A Campership by the council can help.

Council awarded campership deadline is April 1, 2020. They notify you directly if your scout is awarded one.


Merit Badge Sign-up

Please use this form.

Forms due

All medical forms, permission slips and code of conduct forms due by Friday, May 1st. PLEASE REMEMBER, without these forms, scouts CANNOT attend summer camp.

Pack-the-trailer

We pack the trailer on Saturday, June 13. Details to follow.

Important Date Summary

MARCH

5th: 1st payment of $125 due per week

16th: Tentative merit badge sign up

APRIL

1st: Campership application for financial help

2nd: 2nd payment $125 due for each week

7th: Merit Badge signup

MAY

1st: Final payments and medical forms (2 copies for please) consents, code of conduct forms due

JUNE

1st: Final payment for new crossovers due

13th: pack the trailer and turn in spending $ (singles please) and turn in prescription medications to be given at camp

14th: leave for camp

20th: 1st week returns

20th/21st: special event for 2 week campers staying. $30

21st: Second week campers leave church

27th: Second week campers return

All Scouts & Adults can use the Annual BSA Health and Medical Record form. Please don't wait until the last minute to make your doctors appointment!!

Camp Napowan is nestled between two beautiful lakes in the pine woods of Central Wisconsin and is one of the most exemplary summer camps in the Midwest. For over 65 years, Napowan has provided hands-on outdoor education and fun for Scouts from across the country.

Napowan offers pavilion dining to its campers, where Scouts have a special opportunity to get to know Napowan camp staff and be entertained with song and merriment. This also allows more time for Scouts to pursue their interests without having to deal with meal preparation.

Camp Napowan provides many unique opportunities for Scouts in all of the program areas offered. Traditional Aquatics, Shooting Sports, Nature, Handicraft and Scoutcraft take on new meaning when participating in the camp's exciting and focused programs. There is something at camp for Scouts of all ages.

Join us at Camp Napowan for a truly exciting adventure of a lifetime.