Bee Cave District, Capitol Area Council
June 11th to June 15th

We still need walking den leaders! If you can help with this, please contact the program director ASAP.

Camp begins at 8am daily and ends at 4:30 pm Mon-Thur, and 12:30 pm Friday.

Our camp fills up fast, but we do keep a waitlist. The best way to get moved off the waitlist: contact our program director and volunteer all week at camp, with more volunteers, we can open up an extra spot for your scout and still meet our adult to youth ratio.
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What to bring daily to camp:
  • Wear camp T-shirt daily, swimsuit, and closed toe & heel shoes with socks
  • Swimshirt and swimshoes (or old shoes to wear in the water)
  • Hat
  • Packed lunch in labeled gallon ziplock- we have cool storage
  • Snacks for breaks during the day - no nut/peanut snacks please
  • Refillable water bottle
  • Small towel for drying off or sitting on
  • Drawstring backpack or lightweight bag
  • Suncreen and bug spray (apply before camp)
  • Medications (give to medic on staff)
What to send before camp:

The mission of the Boy Scouts of America...
to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Promise, Law, and Motto.

5201 Coldwater Canyon Dr

About Castleton
Castleton is a replica of an Elizabethan village and theatre located on a stretch of private waterfront property on the shores of Lake Austin. Our hosts for this marvelous place are Richard and Laeticia Garriott de Cayeux http://richardgarriott.com/biography/ It is through their generosity that our scouts are allowed to use their property for our day camp each summer. If your kids enjoy it, feel free to send them a letter or email with a note of appreciation.