Camping Information

*Subject to change

    September 15-17 2017: Sandscrest Fishing Merit Badge
    October 6-8 2017: Heritage-Ft. Washington-Wilderness Survival

    November 10-12 2017: Carrie Furnace

    December 1-3 2017: Mystery Merit Badge-Cabins CTE

    January 5-8 2018: Splash Lagoon/Camp Sherwin Cabin

    February 23-25 2018: Ski/Snowboard weekend Nemacolin

    March 16-16 2018: National Aviary-Pittsburgh Camp Guyasuta

    April 20-22 2018: Cooks Forest State Park

    May 2018: Bike Trip
    June 8-10, 2018: Guyasuta Paddle & Pedal

    July 8-14 2018: Summer Camp-Heritage

    August 17-19 2018: D-Day Conneaut

    September 2018: Caving
    October 2018: Moundsville

    November 2018: Sandscrest





All Scouts must be in Class A uniform while traveling to and from any outing. If you wish to wear a hat, the only hat that can be worn is an official Boy Scout hat.


All gear must be packed in a way that the Scout can carry it safely from the vehicle to the campsite.


Items necessary for Friday night set up should be carried in a separate daypack.  Other essentials should be packed in a soft-sided duffel bag.


Sleeping bags are best carried in nylon stuff sacks that hav e been lined with a plastic bag to make them waterproof.


All gear should be clearly labeled in a manner that can be read in lantern light.


All clothing should be packed in Zip-lock type freezer bags (gallon size works best) to guarantee clothing will remain dry.


Extra clothing will depend on anticipated weather conditions.  Please check weather forecasts.

Subpages (1): Sleeping Bag Care
BSA Troop 90 Forest Hills, PA,
Nov 3, 2014, 9:10 AM