Spring Camp Out

Our free spring camp out is coming up April 7th, 2018.  Stay overnight or just for the day...

This is a free family camp out at Nobscot Scout Reservation in Framingham.  We are camping in a very large cabin with bunks that have mattresses and a little heat! Or feel free to bring at tent if you would rather brave the outdoors.

We need to get an estimated count of who is coming so we can buy supplies.  Please sign up below if you are planning on coming for Saturday and/or Sunday.

Date:  Saturday April 7, 2018 to Sunday April 8, 2018
(Webelos will also be camping the Friday night before)
Time: Saturday Start @ 11:00 am, Sunday End @ 9:00 am
Cost: FREE

Place:  Nobscot Scout Reservation - Legion Cabin 
Edgell Rd, Framingham

Need directions to Nobscot Scout Reservation?  Click here.

WHAT TO BRING:           
  • A bag lunch for Saturday and optional snacks. We will provide dinner on Saturday and continental breakfast on Sunday.
  • Tent (if you prefer to sleep outside).
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Air Mattress or Foam Mat if sleeping in a tent.  There are mattresses for the cabin bunks.
  • Pillow
  • Clothing- You may need a warm coat/jacket plus hat and gloves depending on the night-time temperature plus lighter clothing for the day and activities. Wool socks which stay warm even when wet. Extra set of dry clothes to change into is recommended. UNIFORMS ARE NOT REQUIRED.
  • Hiking boots or comfortable walking shoes
  • Hats/sunglasses for the sun
  • Water bottles
  • Backpacks for a hike to carry your gear
  • Cameras
  • Penknives are OK if you have a whittling chip card and an adult with you. NO AXES. We will bring bow saws for cutting wood.
  • Mitts, baseballs, footballs, Frisbees are OK
  • Mess kits if you have them or your own re-usable utensils, plates and cups
  • Reusable water bottles
  • Camp chairs for around the fire
  • Toiletries and toilet paper

Please be prepared for the conditions by wearing proper footwear (boots are advised) and packing extra clothes in your vehicle in case there is a slip and fall in the mud (it happens every year!).  Also- we cannot stress enough to pack what you can carry as the trails will be extremely difficult to traverse with a camp wagon. Although there are carts to use at the camp, the trails to Legion Cabin are rocky and a little steep.

If you have any questions, please email Eric Hobin or Brent Coullard.
See you there!

We need to buy supplies and need a head count, please use the form below: