Weekend Camping Reservations




Hudson Valley CouncilOutdoor ProgramsCub Scout Summer Camping 2018


Registration is open.

Cub Scout Summer Camp registration is below. Take advantage of early bird discounts!
For Boy Scout Adventure Camps, click here.


Outdoor fun and adventure is what summer camp is all about. Make sure your child doesn’t miss out on all the excitement waiting for him/her this summer! Our 15 summer programs are conveniently located and offer a wide range of terrific programs and activities for your child and family. 

All HVC Day Camps are open to All Boys and Girls in grades 1st - 5th grade - Both Scouts and Non-Scouts!


Watch this Promo Video about what your son or daughter will experience this Summer... Here!



Forms and Resources Camp Welcome Packets
Camp Nooteeming Programs Location Registration
Day Camp (July 9 - July 13) Camp Nooteeming - Salt Point, NY
Day Camp (July 16 - July 20) Camp Nooteeming - Salt Point, NY
Cub Scout/Webelos Partner - July 21-22 Camp Nooteeming - Salt Point, NY
Day Camp (July 23 - July 27) Camp Nooteeming - Salt Point NY
Twilight Camp (July 30 - August 1) Camp Nooteeming - Salt Point, NY
Camp Bullowa Programs Location Registration
Day Camp (July 9 - July 13) Camp Bullowa - Stony Point, NY
Day Camp (July 16 - July 20) Camp Bullowa - Stony Point, NY
Day Camp (July 23 - July 27) Camp Bullowa - Stony Point, NY
Cub Scout/Webelos Overnight - July 28-29 Camp Bullowa - Stony Point, NY
Day Camp (July 30 - August 3) Camp Bullowa - Stony Point, NY
Day Camp (August 6 - August 10) Camp Bullowa - Stony Point, NY
Traveling Day Camp Programs Location Registration
New Windsor Day Camp (July 9 - 13) New Windsor, NY
Chester Day Camp (July 16 - 20) Chester, NY
Greenville Day Camp (July 23 - 27) Greenville, NY
Day Camp Programs

Scouting means "doing." Everything in Scouting is designed to have the boys and girls doing things. Activities are used to achieve the aims of Scouting - citizenship training, character development, and personal fitness. Everyday at Day Camp, boys and girls are engaged in activities that will work towards these aims.

We offer Day Camp for boys and girls completing grades K through 4. Boys and girls completing Kindergarten may attend but must have an adult partner. Non-registered Scouts can attend, but must pay an additional $25 to be registered and covered for liability. Campers participate in age appropriate outdoor adventures under the guidance of caring, friendly, and qualified staff.

The Day Camp program includes BB gun and archery shooting, arts and crafts, nature and Scout skills such as fire-building and outdoor cooking. Sports, games, swimming and boating (select locations only) are very popular day camp activities. Plus we will have some just plain old fun. Activities are age-appropriate and gender specific.

From worms to sweat, BBs to basketball, and hammers to cannon-balls. At the end of the day, all boys and girls almost always have two things in common, they leave camp exhausted and wish they could stay.

There will be bussing this year for Bullowa only.  

Cub Scout / Webelos Overnighter Programs

Cub Scout Program

Parent & Son Overnighters are back and are being held at Camp Nooteeming and Camp Bullowa. Boys who are currently Tiger Cubs, Wolves, Bears, or Webelos and their adult partners/parents will share a fun-filled weekend beginning Saturday morning and ending Sunday around Noon.

Our Staff will help you learn some of the skills for your next year of Cub Scouting. Parents and Scouts will participate together. Wolf and Bear programs include archery, crafting neckerchief slides, beginning Scout skills and field activities while the Webelos will enjoy BB guns and choose from Outdoorsman, Naturalist, or Forester pins.

All will share the fun of campfires, skits, songs, and the pool at Camp Nooteeming. This is a great weekend for Dens and Packs to enjoy together. Round-up your den and pack members and register now! Pairs bring and sleep in their own tents. All meals are provided.

Webelos Program

Suit up Webelos Scouts for a Super Adventure! We have an overnighter full of outdoor adventure awaiting you. Webelos Scouts are encouraged to attend this great overnighter as dens, but are welcome to come as individual pairs. A special weekend has been developed for Webelos to meet their need for more advanced and involved activities, individual achievement, and team challenges to prepare them to become Boy Scouts.

On Saturday, scouts will participate in welcoming activities and will work their way through the "Flight" Adventures and First Aid challenge course areas as they learn the skills from various Webelos activity pins.

Pairs bring and sleep in their own tents. All meals are provided. This is a great overnighter for new and established Webelos dens to enjoy together.

Those Partners that wish to arrive early and stay overnight Friday can, but are on their own for any emergencies, etc. AND must let us know they are doing so by clicking the box on the registration site.


Campership Assistance

To ensure that all Cub Scouts have the opportunity to participate in a camp experience, a campership fund is available to help provide partial financial assistance for those Hudson Valley Scouts who might otherwise not be able to attend camp. Interested families may request an application at the Scout Service Center by calling (845) 566-7300, Ext. 307 or download an application here at www.hudsonvalleyscouting.org. All requests are handled in a confidential manner. All campership applications are being accepted and must be received in the Scout Service Center by May 1, 2018.  

Anyone wishing to make a donation to our Camperships Fund to help get every Scout to Camp should call the Scout Service Center at (845) 566-7300 Ext. 307.

Staff and Volunteer Opportunities

Several volunteer and paid staff opportunities are available.  Current available positions include the following positions.  For volunteer or staff opportunities,  please contact the Camp Director listed below for position details.  Some staff positions require specialized training and current certifications.
  • Den Leaders and Assistants (16 yrs of age)
  • Archery Director (18 yrs of age)
  • Range Director (21 yrs of age)
  • Camp Health Officer or Nurse (21 yrs of age)
  • Counselor-In-Training (CIT) (14 yrs of age)
  • Aquatics Director (21 yrs of age)
  • Lifeguards (17 yrs of age)
  • Craft Director (16 yrs of age)
  • Scout Skills Director (16 yrs of age)
  • Den Chiefs (14 yrs of age)

 Download and Fill out the Employment Camp Staff Application OR Volunteer Camp Staff Application

Contact Information for Camp Directors and Camp Administrators
Camp Bullowa Debra Stewart drmstewart@optonline.net 845-721-8794
Camp Nooteeming Pat Mellen pat.e836@verizon.net  
Camp Chester Jon Whitaker jon.whitaker@scouting.org  
845-566-7300, x324
Camp New Windsor Jon Whitaker jon.whitaker@scouting.org  
845-566-7300, x324
Camp Greenville Jon Whitaker jon.whitaker@scouting.org  
845-566-7300, x324
General Camp Questions Donna Helt 


845-566-7300, Ext. 304
Registration Assistance Donna Helt  donna.helt@scouting.org 845-566-7300, Ext. 304
Campership Assistance David Horton david.horton@scouting.org  
845-566-7300, Ext. 304