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How to Reserve a Campsite
Picking a Campsite
Please review the sub-camp maps to locate where campsites are. Google street views are available for most campsites. Campsite availability can be viewed through the registration websites below.
View Campsite Details
You can see campsite availability and reserve a campsite online with the links below. Payments and deposits can also be made online.
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How much does it cost to Reserve a Campsite?
There is a $100 non-refundable deposit for each campsite reserved.
Our goal is to be available to all Scouts who wish to enjoy our summer camp experience. As such, units bringing less than 50% of their campsite capacity may be required to share their campsite in the event that campsites in a sub-camp are full. Units unwilling to share when asked will be charged a minimum of 50% of the campsite capacity in Scout fees.
Summer Camp Fees
2022 Camper Fees
Limited Service (providing your own Food)
For troops and crews that decide to bring and cook their own food at camp, there will be a $45 discount provided to each full week participant. This discount will be prorated for any campers attending camp 4 or less days.
Older Scout program fees
Older Scout Programs participants received instruction from specialized staff and have access to specialized program equipment. As such there is an additional fee for these programs. Additional fees are anywhere from $5 to $50 for most programs. Please see the Program Catalog, linked in the programs page, for more information about programs' fees.
In 2022, we provide canvas tents, cots, and tarps with no additional charge. There is a $30 fee for each propane tank your troop uses, if your troop uses any.
- $100.00 non-refundable campsite deposit made at time of the reservation.
- $50.00 per Scout deposit (non-refundable) due on or before April 15
- Full Camper Fee payment is due on June 1st, prior to camp.
- Any incidentals incurred at camp will be due upon checkout.
If a Scout misses a deposit or a June 1st full payment there will be a $10 late fee assessed.
How to make payments
Payments are made online through the Scouting Event website. Camp Coordinators will receive an email with link to their reservation after booking a campsite. Coordinators can set up a parent portal which allows individual families to log in, view their Scout's account, and make payments.
For Scouts that are not able to afford the full fee of camp, there is financial support available. This assistance is called a "campership". The funds to provide camperships are supplied by donors in Northern Star Council and is ear-marked for Northern Star Scouts only. Please review the financial assistance page for more information.