2022 Guyasuta Twilight Camp (Open to Public) **CANCELLED**
Camp Guyasuta Twilight Camp 2022
The Boy Scouts of America, Laurel Highlands Council is proud to announce a new 4-day Twilight Camp opportunity full of exciting fun, outdoor activities, and adventure at Camp Guyasuta in Sharpsburg, PA.
Twilight Camp is an introductory outdoor program for both current Cub Scouts and non-Scouting families. All are welcome at Twilight Camp at Camp Guyasuta. Participants must be entering the 1st grade but not yet have finished the 5th grade to participate. Gather up a few friends and get ready for adventure!
Each evening, campers will be grouped with similar ages and rotate through activities including shooting sports (archery, BB, and slingshot), field sports, crafts, outdoor skills, nature hikes, and campfires. Programs are run by highly trained volunteers and are inspected and accredited annually by the Boy Scouts of America.
Once registered, you will be contacted prior to camp and assigned your group and drop off and pick up locations at Camp Guyasuta. Campers must arrive at their predetermined drop off location by 5:00 p.m. and be picked up in the same location at 8:45 p.m. each evening. You will also receive a family guide prior to the start of Twilight Camp providing more information on attire, the daily camp schedule, and medical and liability forms.
Our team is looking forward to a great time at camp with your campers!
|2022 Twilight Camp Registrant Type||Cost|
|Cub Scout Youth||$115|
T-shirts will be distributed during check-in. Camp t-shirts are your daily ticket. All participants are expected to wear their shirts daily. All registrations include one t-shirt and extra shirts may be purchased for $10.
A Camp Trading Post will be open to purchase snacks and other camp souvenirs.
All participants (youth and adults) must complete a BSA Health and Medical Form Parts A & B to be turned in at check-in. This form can be found to the right in the attachments section.
All adult registrants will also need to present proof of completion of BSA youth protection training as well as their PA state police, ChildLine and either the PA affidavit for those who have lived in the state for more than 10 years or the FBI clearance for those who have lived out of state.
For more information or for questions contact:
Camp Director- Heather Perman - firstname.lastname@example.org
LHC Day Camp Adviser - Justin Schmeidel - email@example.com