Off Season Camping
**You can now reserve your Off Season Camping Weekend & Check Availability ONLINE!** Just click HERE
**Keep in mind that due to Campsite Renovations, Pinecrest Platforms will NOT be available until further notice**
For the REVISED (as of September 2014) Off Season Camping Guide, click HERE
Off Season Camping is available for your unit being September 1st through June 1st. The weekend is reserved by reservation only. It is NOT available for reservations from June 1st - September 1st.
Please note weekend camping may not be available during Council Activities that are held at Camp Rock Enon.
The Campmaster Corp is a group of selected, trained and registered Scouters who serve at Camp Rock Enon whenever units utilize the camp as their location for their outdoor program. If desired, the Campmaster will have a program available for the units in camp. If you wish to utilze the talents of the campmaster, please inform him/her when they contact you prior to your weekend at Camp Rock Enon.
click here for Camp Rock Enon Site Map
The 2015-16 Off Season Camp Schedule
|MONTH/WEEKEND ||CAMP MASTER || |
**Notice: Program is subject to change**
|November 6 - 8 ||Larry Erskine ||Camp Trails |
|November 13 - 15 || || |
|November 20 - 22 ||Ellen Hall ||Living with Winter |
|November 27 - 29 ||Pat Patterson ||Camp / Building Tours (Looking for Ghosts) |
|December 4 - 6 ||Larry Erskine ||Fire Building |
|December 11 - 13 || || |
|December 18 - 20 ||Pat Patterson ||Christmas Tree |
|December 25 - 27 ||NO OFF SEASON ||Merry Christmas |
|January 1 - 3 ||Pat Patterson ||Winter Camping |
|January 8 - 10 ||Larry Erskine ||Fire Building |
|January 15 - 17 ||Jeffrey Slater ||Pioneering |
|January 22 - 24 ||Larry Erskine ||Fire Building. This is also Winter Games Weekend. If you would like to participate, click HERE for more information and/or to register. |
|January 29 - 31 ||Doug Becktel ||Fire Building |
|February 5 - 7 ||Dave Griffin ||Camp Tours |
|February 12 - 14 ||Mike Rearick ||Camp Tours |
|February 19 - 21 ||Pat Patterson ||Winter Camping |
|February 26 - 28 ||Larry Erskine ||Fire Building |
|March 4 - 6 ||Mike Rearick ||Camp Tours |
|March 11 - 13 ||Jon Elliott ||Camp Religious Services |
|March 18 - 20 ||Terry Boyce ||Camp Safety |
|March 25 - 27 ||Ellen Hall ||Camp Security |
|April 1 - 3 ||Pat Patterson ||Summer Camping |
|April 8 - 10 ||Jeffrey Slater ||NO OFF SEASON: NEW SCOUT ADVENTURE WEEKEND |
|April 15 - 17 ||Terry Boyce ||Weekend Camping |
|April 22 - 24 ||Ellen Hall ||Getting Ready for Summer Camp |
|April 29 - May 1 ||Pat Patterson ||Camp Tours |
|May 6 - 8 ||Ellen Hall ||Summer Time Camping |
|May 13 - 15 ||Terry Boyce ||NO OFF SEASON: FUN WITH SON WEEKEND |
|May 20 - 22 ||Pat Patterson ||Camp History |
|May 27 - 29 ||Doug Becktel ||Fire Building |
|June 1 - August 1 || ||NO OFF SEASON |
|August 5 - 7 ||Ellen Hall ||Camp Security |
|August 12 - 14 || ||NO OFF SEASON: OA WEEKEND |
|August 19 - 21 ||Pat Patterson ||Preparing for Winter Camping |
|August 26 - 28 || ||NO OFF SEASON: WOOD BADGE WEEKEND #1 |
|September 2 - 4 ||Dave Griffin ||Camp Tours |
|September 9 - 11 || ||NO OFF SEASON: WOOD BADGE WEEKEND #2 |
|September 16 - 18 ||Pat Patterson ||Camp Security |
|September 23 - 25 || ||NO OFF SEASON: FAMILY CAMP |
|September 30 - October 2 || ||NO OFF SEASON: WEBELOS WOODS FALL |
|October 7 - 9 || ||NO OFF SEASON: OA FALL FELLOWSHIP |
|October 14 - 16 ||Pat Patterson ||Camp History |
|October 21 - 23 ||Jon Elliott ||Religious Services |
|October 28 - 30 ||Dave Griffin ||Camp Tours |
|November 4 - 6 ||Larry Erskine ||Fire Building |
|November 11 - 13 ||Doug Becktel ||Civil Ware Re-enactment |
|November 18 - 20 ||Mike Rearick ||Fire Building |
|November 25 - 27 || ||NO OFF SEASON: HAPPY THANKSGIVING |
|December 2 - 4 ||Jon Elliot ||Religious Services for Youth |
|December 9 - 11 ||Larry Erskine ||Fire Building |
|December 16 - 18 ||Dave Griffin ||Camp Tours |
|December 23 - 25 || ||NO OFF SEASON: MERRY CHRISTMAS |
|December 30 - January 1 || ||NO OFF SEASON: HAPPY NEW YEAR |
Canoe Use Policy Guidelines
The purpose of this policy is to govern the use of the Shenandoah Area Council High Adventure canoes. The primary use of these canoes is in the support of the high adventure program. When not in use by the high adventure program, the canoes and trailers will be made available to Camp Rock Enon and scouting units in good standing with the Shenandoah Area Council – in that order. The canoes are not available to non-Scouting groups or individuals.
- A BSA Tour Plan with a float plan must be filed with the Shenandoah Area Council at least 21 days prior to use.
- All adult leaders participating must have Safe Swim Defense, Safety Afloat and Hazardous Weather Certification and documentation submitted with the BSA Tour Plan. All guidelines in the Guide to Safe Scouting must be followed.
- BSA Tour Plan must be shown to the Camp Ranger or Campmaster before canoes can be removed from camp property.
- All damage to canoes or trailers, while in the user’s custody, is the users responsibility to repair.
- Canoes and Trailer must be picked up from Camp Rock Enon and returned to Camp Rock Enon unless authorized by the Shenandoah Area Council.
- The sign out of canoes and trailer is the length of the tour plan only. They are to be promptly returned to Camp Rock Enon.
- Canoe safety and care as outlined below are to be in practice at all times. Click here to see Safety Afloat Guidelines.
click here for Canoe Rental Application