Camping & Outdoor Program

"A week of camp life is worth six months of theoretical training in the meeting room." - BP​

Camping in the Heart of New England Council is a time honored tradition of character development, youth leadership, and adventure. The Council is indebted to the countless volunteers and seasonal camp staff members who make our camp programs possible. Their investment of time, passion, and wisdom, enables us to develop the Leaders of Tomorrow.

Heart of New England Council maintains three camp facilities. We invite you to use the links provided to visit each camp’s website. Each camp offers a unique summer program as well as year-round unit camping opportunities, seasonal camp employment and opportunities for Counselors-In-Training and provisional (coming by yourself) camping.

Facility Rentals

Check availability for weekend and special program user for all camp facilities
Heart of New England Council has a wide variety of cabin, campsite, and other facilities available for use of Scouting units and other groups.
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Camp Wanocksett

Outdoor adventures for all ages at the base of America's most climbed mountain.
At the base of Mount Monadnock, in Dublin, NH, Camp Wanocksett has been offering summer camp adventures for Scouts and Venturers from around the country, and year-round outdoor opportunities since 1924.
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Camp Split Rock

Year-round camping and hiking in the hills of northern Worcester County.
Located along the Midstate Trail between Mount Wachusett and Mount Watatic, Camp Split Rock provides Cub Scout Day Camp and year-round unit camping opportunities.
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Financial Aid

Families requiring assistance to pay for summer camp may apply for limited financial aid

Youth Protection Reminder

All persons over the age of 18 staying in camp longer than 72 hours must be registered members of the BSA and complete Youth Protection Training.