Welcome to Woodfield Scout Preservation! Our camp is situated on 800 acres in a beautiful setting in Randolph County, North Carolina near Asheboro. We offer 4 weeks of Webelos Camp. We have a ton of fun things to do at camp! We have an Indian Village with Tee Pees, a Pirate Ship to play on, a Fort to play in, a beautiful swimming pool, a BB and Archery Range, boating and fishing on the lake, fantastic food in the Dining Hall, great campfires in the council ring, handicraft activities, nature activities and lots, lots more!
Dates for 2015 Summer Camp:
Session 1: June 19-23
Session 2: June 26-30
Session 3: July 3-7
Session 4: July 10-14
2016 Webelos Summer Camp Sign up
Reservations will be taken on Saturday, November 21st, 2015 at 9 AM
at the Scout Office 1405 Westover Terrace Greensboro, NC 274078
**This is First come, First serve. Come early to Reserve your Pack's favorite campsite!
Pow Wow will be rescheduled for January, 2016.
Questions, please contact Jonathan Clapp, Camp Director at 336-378-9166 or email to email@example.com
›Counselor in training positions are available at WSP. Click here for an application. (You must be at least 14 years old)
2015 Camp Fees:
Deposit, (required to hold a site reservation) $50.00
ONS Council Early Bird fee; $180.00: Out of Council fee; $190.00
Note: After April 1st ONS Council fee; $190.00: Out of Council; $200.00
2016 Fees have not been confirmed yet
Let's Prepare For Camp!
March & April
Promote Webelos camp within your pack or den.
Deposit Fees Due. Collect deposit fees. Webelos need to pay half of the camp fee by April 1.
Camp Program Form(s). We strongly recommend completing and turning in the Camp Program Form(s) at the Camp Leader’s Orientation meeting in February. This places your pack or den into the programs at camp. Submit a different schedule for each den. A smaller group is easier to place in a session. All Camp Program forms are due to the Camp Director by April 1 T-shirt Pre-orders. Pre-Order the camp T-shirt for your pack by April 1, 2015 to receive a discounted price. See T-shirt form (pg 36 ) for more details
Pre-Camp Swim Checks: Participate in a pre-camp swim test organized by the Council Aquatics Committee, or take the Aquatics Supervision: Swimming and Water Rescue Training to be able to complete this test with your own unit. Pre-camp swim tests help speed the check-in process when you arrive at camp this summer. All Scouts and leaders who participate in swimming and boating activities at camp must complete a swim test. Bring a copy of your swim test form with you to camp if you participated in pre-camp swim check.
Campership Application. Webelos who need financial assistance must complete a Campership Application and return it to the council service center before May 1.
Get Your Physicals. EVERY SCOUT AND ADULT MUST HAVE A BSA ANNUAL HEALTH AND MEDICAL RECORD COMPLETED AND SIGNED BY A PARENT OR GUARDIAN, THE SCOUT, AND AUTHORIZED MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL BEFORE COMING TO CAMP. All medical forms are good for one year to the end of the calendar month, not the calendar day. To be sure you have the most current printing of the BSA Annual Health and Medical Record, download your form directly. Current printing is 9/2014.
Pre-Camp Swim Checks: Participate in a pre-camp swim test organized by the Council Aquatics Committee, or take the Aquatics Supervision: Swimming and Water Rescue Training to be able to complete this test with your own unit. Pre-camp swim tests help speed the check-in process when you arrive at camp this summer. All Scouts and leaders who participate in swimming and boating activities at camp must complete a swim test. Bring a copy of your swim test form with you to camp.
Confirm Leadership: Make sure that your pack has all leadership, physicals and travel plans so that you arrive as a group at camp.
Register Youth: Check to make sure all youth and adults are BSA registered.
Submit your Tour and Activity Plan for review.
June & July
Camp Fees. All camp fees, including final day breakfast if you choose that option, are due two weeks prior to camp. This will facilitate your check-in at camp.
Things to bring to camp at check-in:
All receipts of payments
Three copies of your completed pack roster. Take one copy with you to the Health Lodge when going for health check-in.
Completed and signed Annual Health and Medical Record (signed by parents, Scout, and authorized medical professional). Have a second copy of each health form for the unit leader to keep in the campsite in the event the unit leader is taking responsibility for dispensing unit medications or if needed in case of an emergency visit to the emergency room. COMPLETED health forms may be turned in at the Scout office—at least 2 weeks prior to your session of camp—to facilitate medical check in at camp. (Optional)