Camp Wolfeboro 1928-2018 (90th Anniversary)

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The outdoor adventure is the biggest part of Scouting–indeed three fourths of SCOUTING is “outing”. Join us for our 90th Anniversary celebration!

Camp is located in the high Sierra Nevada Mountains on the shores of the Stanislaus River. We have an enthusiastic and interactive staff that will help you achieve your summer camp goals and provide you with an unbeatable Scouting experience.  Your troop campsite is the heart of your program for advancement, high adventure, developing better leaders, breathing pristine mountain air and FUN ! ! !

This season offers six sessions of the Wolfeboro experience that will challenge and inspire everyone who attends… and more.

 

Wolfeboro 2018 flyer (sites & fees as of 8-28-17) Camp Wolfeboro 2017 Historic Structure Report
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OnLine Site Reservations GreenbarHQ Merit Badge signup (coming soon)

 

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2018 Site Reservations

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6
24 Camp taken taken taken taken  taken
Big Sandy taken taken ww taken  taken
Boucke taken taken taken taken taken  taken
Bridge taken taken taken taken taken  taken
Cedar taken taken taken taken  taken
Cliff taken taken taken  taken
Creekside taken taken  taken taken taken  taken
Eagle  taken  taken
Granite
Little Sandy taken  taken taken ww
Manzanita taken  taken  taken taken  taken
McPherson taken
Polaris taken taken ww  taken  taken
Riverside taken ww
Rodeo taken  taken taken taken taken  taken
Tuolumne taken  taken taken taken taken  taken
White Fir taken  taken  taken taken taken  taken
Reserved
6/17/18-6/23/18
6/24/18-6/30/18
7/1/18-7/7/18
7/8/18-7/14/18
7/15/18-7/21/18
7/22/18-7/28/18

wolfeboro-map
Payment Schedule: (prices subject to change) BEING UPDATED

            $150 per campsite reservation, Refundable before January 3, 2018, due with initial reservation form

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Leader’s Guide

Wolfeboro Leader Guide 2018 being revised

Parent’s Guide

Wolfeboro Parent Guide 2018 being updated

Merit Badge Signup

Online Merit Badge Signup 2018 coming

Scoutmaster’s Camp Meeting

Scoutmaster’s Camp Meeting flyer 2018  coming

A.C.E. Flyer

A.C.E. Flyer 2018 coming soon

A.C.E. Program

Wolfeboro High Adventure 2018   coming soon

Provisional Program

Wolfeboro Provisional Program 2018

Webelos Weekend

Webelos Weekend 2018 coming soon

 

The main purpose of camp is to provide a place to learn, develop character, and experience new skills and opportunities. One of the most important ways we can offer this is to have a staff that can be role models for our campers. The Scouts and Scouters who attend camp will remember staff far longer than they’ll remember merit badges, climbing, or campfire skits.

 

Camp Staff

If you are interested in becoming a part of our Camp Staff and experiencing summer camp like never before, please see the camp staff application and other info found at the link below.

Wolfeboro Staff Employment Information

 

Mountaineer Program

Camp Wolfeboro is always looking for additions to our wonderful staff. Please encourage your younger Scouts (14 and up) to volunteer for our staff training program called Mountaineers.  Each Mountaineer must commit to participate in one of the two 3 week sessions.

Wolfeboro Mountaineer Information

 

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Camp FORMS

Directions to Wolfeboro

Camp Weekly Schedule

Friends of Wolfeboro

Wolfeboro Pioneers

History of Wolfeboro

We are a nationally Accredited Camp-Boy Scouts of America NCAP Program partnering with the USFS    Partnering with the USFS
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Date/Time Event
Thursday, November 23rd, 2017
All Day
Thanksgiving
Council Service Center, Pleasant Hill California
Friday, November 24th, 2017
All Day
Council Office closed
Council Service Center, Pleasant Hill California
Monday, November 27th, 2017
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
International Scouting
Cafe Europa, Orinda California
Thursday, November 30th, 2017
All Day
Scouting Unit Charters Due
Wednesday, December 6th, 2017
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
OA Lodge Meetings
Council Service Center, Pleasant Hill California
Thursday, December 7th, 2017
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Briones Roundtable
LDS Overlook Chapel, Walnut Creek California
Thursday, December 7th, 2017
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Muir Roundtable
Concord LDS Church, Concord California
Saturday, December 9th, 2017
12:00 am
O.A. Holiday Party
Maisler Abode, Walnut Creek CA
Saturday, December 9th, 2017
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Shotgun Merit Badge
Martinez Gun Club, Martinez California
Tuesday, December 12th, 2017
6:30 pm - 7:45 pm
Lake District Roundtable / District Committee Meeting
Kelseyville Presbyterian Church, Kelseyville California

 

8 thoughts on “Camp Wolfeboro 1928-2018 (90th Anniversary)

  1. Hello

    i am trying to send a care package to a staff member at Wolfbero Camp (for a customer).. The mailing address that I was given is coming up as a non deliverable address.

    I have Wolfbero Camp. Bear Valley, CA 95223

    I was not give an actual street name/number.

    would you be able to provide a mailing address (for a box for a staff member)?
    Thanks,

    • Add the words “General Delivery” after Wolfeboro Camp. There is no actual street address. It can only go by Postal mail. There is not UPS or Fed Ex delivery to the cam.

  2. Is there a way that I can find an up to date status of the flows of the river? Or can you refer me to a website that offers that? I grew up going to Boy Scout camp there at Wolfeboro and fishing with my dad. Hes getting old so I’m planning a trip back in august. Would love to come and fish like he good old days.

  3. Pleas explain your statement that wolfeboro is not accessible to the public in August..? I can still walk to the river from the end of the road…yes? You mean the camp itself is closed?

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