Welcome to the Official Web site of Cherokee Scout Reservation, Old North State Council. Our Camp is situated on over 1,700 acres in a beautiful hardwood forest in Caswell County, North Carolina near Yanceyville. We offer 6 weeks of Boy Scout Camp.
Be a member of the Best Camp Staff on earth! Get your 2015 Staff Application here...2014 CSR Leaders Guide Forms Health Form 2014 Merit Badge Schedule Unit Leader Medication Responsibility Form
$250 In Council Scouts - $260 Out of Council Scouts
Provisional Scouts - additional $10
2015 fees posted soon
To reserve a camp site contact Gail Simpson at email@example.com.
A deposit of $50 per site is required to hold a reservation.
Click here to see what 2015 sites are available...
2014 Merit Badge Class Registration: (2015 class registration will begin the first of May)
- Creating A Person via webpages
- Running The Course Restriction Report
- Running the Course Totals Report
- Registering For Classes
Provisional Campers: email your class selections to firstname.lastname@example.org (include the week you are attending camp and your 1st, 2nd and 3rd choice of merit badge classes)
New Programs for 2014:
CSR Trail Crew: A program geared towards older Scouts, the CSR Trail Crew offers a week-long excursion at our outpost camp in which Scouts will learn the proper skills required for building/maintaining trails while adhering to Leave No Trace principles.
Plumbing and Home Repairs merit badges have been added to our new Trade Skills Department.
Game Design merit badge is being introduced for the first time at CSR in our STEM Department.
Bird Study merit badge has been added to our program under the STEM Department.
Fingerprinting merit badge is now being offered by our Handicraft Department during Twilight.
Canoeing and Kayaking merit badges have been combined into one session to better suit the needs of our campers.
Bugling merit badge is being offered by the Communication Department during Twilight.
Safety and Fire Safety merit badges are now offered by the Health Lodge Department.
Several training opportunities for adults are being offered again this year.