Weekend Fun Begins at Base Camp!
Join us for our Saturday program! Work on Merit Badges! Either at our main camp in Milton, MA or at Lone Tree in Kingston, NH. From 10:00am- 5:30pm the campground is open for exploring. Come and give archery a try and then head over to the axe yard to learn to chop/split and plain a log. Be sure to save some time to go swimming, try rock climbing, throw a tomahawk, test your skills at outdoor cooking and dig up a dinosaur.
Cub Scout Satellite Programs
If your Den wants to do special programs, you don't have to come all the way to Base Camp! We have five different Satellite locations that run programming specific to each rank: Lions, Tigers, Wolves, Bears & Webelos. With the Adventure Card (which all cubs have) participating in satellite programs are free! Check out our programs and pick a location near you!
Winter Camp takes place during February Vacation!
Older Campers will learn ice climbing, mountaineering, downhill skiing, ice fishing, ice skating, swimming in the indoor pool and winter survival techniques.
Cub-Age Day Camp is appropriate for boys and girls in the 1st through 4th grade. They will ice skate, go sledding, swim in the indoor pool, make their own snowshoes and get a visit from the Yeti!
STEM Camp takes place during April Vacation!
STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) Camp provides participants with the opportunity to learn about the natural world and earn STEM-related badges.
Last year, each age group will have a scientific field trip during the week to locations like to MIT Plasma Fusion Center, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Quincy Quarries, Unimin Mining Corporation and iRobot Headquarters and more. Campers got to use the 3D printer, program robots, construct engineering projects and conduct experiments.
The Spirit of Adventure Council hosts eight weeks of Outdoor Skills Day Camp at New England Base Camp in Milton, MA, at Lone Tree Scout Reservation in Kingston, NH & at 5 other satellite locations!
This camp must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the local board of health.