Community Camp at Camp Belzer
What is Community Camp?
Community Camp is a day camp offered to boys and girls ages 6-11. It's held in conjunction with Cub Scout Day Camp and offers youth an opportunity to experience activities pertaining to STEM, sustainability, physical fitness/healthy living initiatives, and the outdoors.
Does my family have to be in Scouting to attend Community Camp?
Community camp is open to non-Scouting AND Scouting members!
If your family is already in Scouting, continue reading to learn why community camp might be a good fit for your Scout!
When is Community Camp held?
Summer sessions will be held:
Sessions last Monday-Thursday 8:15 am - 4 pm, and Friday 12:30-5:30 pm, after which families are encouraged to participate in the family dinner and campfire program. Extended programming is available Monday through Thursday until 5:30 pm, for $30/week.
Where is Community Camp held?
Community Camp is held at Camp Belzer (6102 Boy Scout Road, Indianapolis, Ind. 46226).
Why should my child(ren) attend Community Camp?
Community camp allows youth to make friends in their community, work on life-skills (teamwork, communication, and trust) while making life-long memories and having unique experiences. Siblings, Scouting friends, and non-Scouting friends are all welcome to attend too!
How much does Community Camp cost?
|Balance due for early bird fee||May 29, 2017|
|Balance due for regular fee||May 30 - June 29, 2017|
|Balance due for late fee||June 30, 2017|
|Payment Type||Community Camp|
|Youth - early bird||$180|
|Youth - regular||$205|
|Youth - late||$215|
|Extended daily programming||$30/week|
Are you ready to commit you child(ren) to a week at Community Camp?
Finances should never be a reason for a child not to attend camp. Crossroads of America Council offers a camp scholarship program where recipients can be awarded up to 50% of the early summer camp fee.
Camp scholarship applications can be submitted through May 1, 2017, to be considered for the full value of the award. Requests submitted after May 1, will still be eligible to receive a reduced level of support. Contact the council camping office by phone at (317) 813-7067 or by email for more information.