Summer Camp - Camp Daniel Boone 2021

Packing List / Merit Badges
Required Troop 58 Camp Forms

Pre Travel FAQ

The FAQ has all the important details you need to know before arriving. It also has our departure and arrival information.

 

CDB Packing List

Review the “2021 CDB Packing List” for what to bring and what not to bring to camp

COVID-19 Waiver

In 2021, you will be required to also complete the waiver below from Camp Daniel Boone.

Required BSA Medical Form

Annual Health and Medical Record

This is the REQUIRED medical form.  Complete parts A, B, and C -- 2 copies of each and the front/back of your medical insurance card.  (It's also above in the "Required Troop 58 Camp Forms" but I want to be doubly sure you have it!

SUMMER CAMP INFORMATION

Everything regarding camp and the pandemic is As We Know It Today and is subject to change as we get closer to camp

We will communicate all information as we know it

CDB has standard population health measures in place in addition to the COVID measures that is being taken this year

Any deposits or payments will be refunded if camp is cancelled or if you decide not to attend camp by May 1, 2021. No Refunds after May 1, 2021

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June 13th - June 19th

Camp Daniel Boone is a fabulous summer experience that gives Scouts the opportunity to work on Merit Badges and enjoy a whole lotta fun with Scouts from Troop 58 as well as Scouts from other areas. Camp Daniel Boone is nestled in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains in Canton, NC (near Asheville).

The campus and staff are amazing...making this a not-to-miss experience.  New Scouts participate in the Goin' Great program that will help accelerate their start in the Scout program (see Goin' Great guide in Helpful Information list). 

TRANSPORTATION:

As we get closer to going to camp we will have more information on transportation. Prepare that you may have to transport your scout to camp independently.

INDIVIDUAL TRIP INSURANCE (Optional) 

After the May 1, 2021 cancellation deadline, any fees paid are non-refundable. So if you are unable to attend camp for illness, family reason or denied entry to camp due to medical checks then your fees paid would be non-refundable. However, individual trip cancellation insurance is available through several insurance carriers. This insurance will cover all expenses of your trip including fees paid to the troop in addition to the camp fee, with no deductible. The purchase of trip cancellation insurance is the responsibility of each scout/family. No refunds or exceptions will be made due to failure to purchase trip cancellation insurance. For some insurance coverage, you must secure the policy before January – when the first payment is made. The troop is not recommending any particular insurance provider, it is your responsibility to assess the need. Again this is completely optional.

FORMS:

Please start planning your doctors appointment for your physical. It is required for Part C of the Health Form. See the "CDB Camp Forms Checklist" on this page. A good general practice would be to schedule this late spring, so that all forms are turned in by May 2021. All other forms are not needed until May 2021.

  Summer Camp COVID-19 Notes  

Pre-Camp Health Monitoring

  • As we know Today, these will be the rules that will be followed

  • Reduce contact with others for 2 weeks prior to camp

  • Upon arrival to camp, if anyone within the vehicle you are riding in has any symptoms, then everyone in that vehicle will be sent home

While at Camp

  • Plan on social distancing in Merit Badge classes, in line, actually, everywhere

  • Bring multiple masks.  They will be required everywhere you go while at camp

  • Depending on attendance camp will be split for opening campfire (Sunday and Monday nights)

  • Daily flag opening and closing will be done by campsite

  • Closing campfire will be split into Thursday night and Friday nights

  • There will not be Wednesday (family night) visitors

  • Boonesboro visits will be limited

  • Merit Badges will be offered in half day sessions.  Each scout will go to a class one time for a 3 hour block.  Some classes are full day in order to cover the material

 

  BT58 will follow all State and Local COVID-19 guidelines  

Note that all adult participants must be registered adults with the BSA and Youth Protection Certified (we will provide information to you if you are not currently registered). Openings for adults are limited and final decison is made by Scout leadership to ensure a safe and enriching experience for attendees. 

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