Brownsea II 2019

Brownsea II 2019
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Barnstead, NH 03218, US
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Brownsea II at T.L. Storer

Sunday, June 30 through Saturday, July 6, 2019 


Brownsea II is a unique and exciting hands on approach designed to teach youth leadership skills through the actual practice and use of Scout Skills. Skills most closely concentrated on are camping, hiking, nature study, pioneering, and cooking. This course closely parallels the first Scout camp conducted by Lord Baden Powell in 1907. This program places special emphasis on Scout skills, teaching and practice; the purpose of Scouting; and the role of the patrol method within the troop program. It is not done by classroom lecture, but rather by programs of skill, leadership exercise, and patrol competition. Scouts who complete the program will have a better awareness of their own strengths and weaknesses for their personal leadership styles.

The Brownsea Scouts will sleep in tents prepare their own meals by the patrol method and will be expected to live and act as First Class Scouts. The Brownsea Troop is set at 40 scouts.

REQUIREMENTS: All Scouts need to be First Class or above and have attended a one-week summer camp experience. Ages should be between 13-16 years old. We are looking for those Scouts that will be the future leaders of their home troops.

PRE-TRAINING: The Scouts and Troop leader/parent will be required to attend a Brownsea meeting on Sunday June 9th at Endicott Park in Danvers, MA from 3pm-5pm. Specific questions will be answered at this meeting and a skill assessment of Scout needs will be given.

APPLICATIONS: Brownsea Applications may be downloaded here or received via email from Ken Reardon. The Scout, Scoutmaster, and parent should fill out the appropriate sections prior to submission. Submit completed application to Ken Reardon at 

20% off with the Adventure Card. Login into the cardholder's account with the User ID on the card and the discount will be applied. 

Balance of fee due by June 1, 2019. If balance is not met, forfeiture of space and deposit can result. All requests for refunds must be made in writing prior to the beginning of the course and submitted to the council office.

Contact Scoutmaster, Mr. Kenneth Reardon Jr. via email to


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$475.00 per Participant
Cancellation Policy

NOTE: $50 of all individual summer camp fees is non-refundable.


1. Requests for refunds must be submitted in writing via email or letter to the Council Service Center.

2. Refunds must include the camper’s name, unit (if a participating scout), the camp session and an explanation for his or her absence.

3. Requests for refunds more than 90 days prior to the start of camp will be granted with the deduction of the $50 deposit.

4. AFTER 90 days prior to camp start date, refunds will only be granted for illness or injury (a doctor's note may be requested) or a death in the immediate family. Other emergency situations may be considered at the discretion of the Council Program Director.

5. An attendee who becomes ill or injured during camp may receive a pro-rated refund as determined by the Council Program Director.

6. Refunds will not be granted for scheduling conflicts, no-shows, weather or behavioral issues.

7. Refunds will not be granted to attendees who leave camp by their own choice or are asked to leave camp because of behavioral issues.

8. All Summer Camp refund requests must be made prior to August 30th. No refunds will be granted for any reason if requested after this time.

9. Camp registrations may be transferred to an alternate available session without penalty, up to two weeks prior to Camp start date.

10. Refunds will only be made to the Unit or Individual who made the original payment.

2 Tower Office Park Woburn, MA 01801