Camp Catoctin BSA is one of only a few all-volunteer, nationally accredited BSA camps in the United States. Over our 60 year history, Camp Catoctin BSA has evolved from a small weekend camp-out to a week-long resident camp serving over 200 youth. Camp Catoctin staff are local volunteers, trained professionals, and represent generations of Scouts.
Why Camp Catoctin BSA?
Our program is specifically designed to prepare the future leadership of local Scouting. Scouts will get to experience a vareity of merit badges and program like Nuclear Science, Radio, World Convservation, and tomohawk throwing. We also offer unique field trips to NIST, museums, and more.
Volunteer staff serve year-round in District, Council, and National positions. We’re often involved in local programming and we’re always around to help finish a badge or lend a hand.
Meet Your Leadership
Favorite thing about Camp: “The Conga line during dinner in the dining hall”
Program Director, Greentop
Favorite thing about Camp: “The "moments of wonder" Scouts can experience”
Camp Commissioner, Round Meadow
Favorite thing about Camp: “My son's Eagle Board of Review”
Favorite thing about Camp: “Spending the week with my Scouting family”
Asst. Reservation Director
Favorite thing about Camp: “Seeing scouts arrive as individuals and depart as a unit”
Program Director, Round Meadow
Favorite thing about Camp: “Out D3 and in D2”
Camp Commissioner, Greentop
Favorite thing about Camp: “Seeing Scouts accomplish what they didn't think they could”
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