Camp Norse 2015 Summer camp registration is open.
Pack 7 has reserved 20 slots to enable boys to attend as a pack.
This year Pack 7 will be attending Week 2 - July 13-17th, the theme this year is "Space Invaders"
The fee for summer Camp is $165, checks should be made out to St Mary's Pack 7 and delivered to Mark Donnellan before April 7th.
Given that space is limited, we will send emails to the first 20 folks who register to confirm your slot.
Hope to see you at a Summer Camp this year !!
**The pre-registration deadline has passed. Scouts wishing to attend Summer Camp at Camp Norse must sign up on the Annawon Council website: www.annawonbsa.org
Summer Camp: In 2013, the week-long day camps were July 8 - July 12; July 15 - July 19; July 22 - July 26; July 29 - Aug 2; Aug 5 - 9. Some of our Leader volunteer there during the second week. See more about Camp Norse at www.annawonbsa.org
Camp Norse, located at 112 Parting Ways Road, Kingston, Massachusetts is Southeastern Massachusetts’ official Cub Scout summer camp facility providing the area’s most exciting programs including Cub Scout Resident Camping, Family Camping, Cub/Parent Weekends, and Cub Scout Day Camping.
This 325 wooded acre facility is located along Darby Pond and surrounded by cranberry bogs in Plymouth, Massachusetts, within minutes from Plymouth Rock, Plimouth Plantation, The Mayflower II, Myles Standish State Forest, Edaville Railroad, and King Richard’s Faire.
Directions to Camp Norse: Click Here
Camp Norse was first purchased in 1934, totaling twenty five acres. Over the years, total acreage grew to over 325 acres. Some of the original buildings still stand, although they have been modernized. Cub Scouts have the opportunity to visit Camp Norse several times a year for outdoor activities and events that are planned there. In the summer, scouts can experience camping with options that include day, weekend with parent and resident camp.
At summer camp, boys have an opportunity to make new friends, learn new skills, learn outdoor cooking, learn boating, go swimming in the pool, try archery, go hiking and play sports. All of the varied fun activities are conducted in a safe environment.
Several leader training courses are conducted at Camp Norse, as well as Council and District Activities. Camp Norse continues to remain one of the premier Scout camps in New England.