Cub Scout, Webelos & Arrow of Light Summer Camp

Here is a brief overview of some of the activities available while at CRE Summer camp.

  • Adventure "rank advancement" activities
  • Shooting Sports
    • bb/pellet rifle, archery, sling shot
  • Rock wall climbing
  • Natural rock rappelling
    • Webelos & Arrow of Light
  • Swimming
  • Boating
  • Hiking
  • Nature
  • Field Sports
  • Handicraft
  • and so much MORE!

 

 

 

Tiger, Wolf and Bear Scouts can choose between two 4 day/3-night sessions:

Webelos and Arrow of Light Scouts attend Summer Camp for 7 days/6 nights:

Day-Only option for Scouts that are not quite ready to spend the nights camping in a tent. 

Camp Rock Enon has 14 campsites within a short walking distance to all program areas and services with a maximum capacity of 325 Scouts and Scouters per week/session.  Each site is equipped with two-person tents on raised platforms. Some sites also have Adirondack (thee-sided) shelters that sleep up to 4 people or cabins that sleep up to 20 people. All campsites include sleeping cots, a shelter, picnic tables, latrine with wash station and potable water, flag pole, bulletin board and campfire circle. Within main camp you will find flush toilets and a shower house with hot water available all day and night. Program areas include Aquatics, Outdoor Skills, Nature, Handicraft, Climbing and Shooting Sports. The dining hall provides meal service for all campers serving a variety of kid and adult friendly meals reviewed and approved by a certified nutritionist. Special dietary menus are available for a variety needs including gluten free, pork free and vegetarian. 

Tiger, Wolf & Bear

Scouts can work on several rank specific “Adventures” plus go swimming, shoot bb’s arrows and sling shots at our shooting sports range, climb our rock wall, visit the nature conservation area, go fishing, learn basic outdoor and first aid skills, make a craft or play some Cub Scout games.

Webelos and Arrow of Light

Scouts will choose which “Adventures” they want to work on to help develop the skills needed as they advance towards Scouts BSA. They can also go swimming, shoot pellets, arrows and sling shots at our shooting sports range, climb our rock wall, rapel from our natural rock face,  visit the nature conservation area, go fishing, learn outdoor and first aid Scout skills, make a craft or play some Scout games. Mid-week all Webelos and Arrow of Light Scouts will spend the day exploring the back woods of Camp Rock Enon, learning and testing new outdoor skills as part of the Webelos Walkabout and outpost camp sleeping under the stars. 

Camp Rock Enon is owned and operated by the Shenandoah Area Council, BSA. It is administered by a full-time Facility Management team, trained and certified by the National Camping School of the Boy Scouts of America. The camp is inspected annually by the Virginia Department of Health and internally through the National Camp Accreditation Program. It is consistently rated as a Nationally Accredited Camp.