Rules & Regulations

From the Moraine Trails Council Website:

MORAINE TRAILS COUNCIL BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR USAGE OF CAMPS

  1. The use of camp property is governed by “Policies and Standards of Scout Camping”
  2. All applications for camp use must be submitted to the Council Service Center for approval.
  3. Two adult leaders (one being 21 or older) must be in attendance with the unit at all times.
  4. Venturing and Exploring. For coed camping the crews’ advisor (or Skipper) or council Scout Executive must give careful consideration to the number of required adult leaders (all being 21 or older) for both male and female participants. Separate housing must be provided for both male and female participants.
  5. Upon entering camp, check in with campmaster or camp ranger.
  6. The camp speed limit of ten (10) miles per hour must be observed while on camp property. Traffic signs must be observed at all times.
  7. All vehicles must be parked in designated parking areas. Vehicles are not permitted beyond the parking areas without the permission of the campmaster or ranger.
  8. Passengers are not permitted to ride in the bed of any truck or on any trailer while on camp property.
  9. All buildings are off limits (other than those assigned), accept with permission from campmaster or camp ranger.
  10. Dining Halls may not be used for camping or sleeping quarters.
  11. Kitchen facilities can be used only with prior permission and proper supervision. Proper supervision will be determined by the campmaster or camp ranger.
  12. Firearms, fireworks, alcoholic beverages and pets are not permitted on camp property.
  13. Use of the latrines is mandatory.
  14. Buildings or sites are to be cleaned before the unit checks out. The campmaster or ranger will check out your site before you leave camp to make sure that everything is in proper order.
  15. Unit leaders will be held responsible for the conduct and actions of the Scouts while at camp.
  16. Restitution will be made for damage to building or camp property.
  17. Campers will replace any firewood that they used while at camp. Please make sure that there is a twelve hour supply of firewood for the next group. Firewood must be suitable for starting a fire.
  18. Allow fireplaces and wood burners to burn out completely. Do not remove ashes from the fireplaces or wood burners. The ashes will be cleaned out by the ranger after your departure.
  19. Dispose of all trash properly. Garbage is to be taken from the camp or removed to the dumpster.

THE ABOVE RULES APPLIES TO EVERYONE USING MORAINE TRAILS COUNCIL CAMPS.
FOR YOUR SAFETY AND THE SAFETY OF OTHERS ALL CAMP RULES MUST BE OBEYED.

REMEMBER *** THIS IS YOUR CAMP *** RESPECT CAMP PROPERTY *** ALWAYS LEAVE IT IN BETTER CONDITION THAN WHEN YOU ARRIVED.
ENJOY THE CAMP AND HAVE A GREAT CAMPING EXPERIENCE.


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