Camp Snyder is a Cub Scout Resident overnight camp for any scout, regardless of rank. The camp is two days and two nights: Sessions run Friday 8:00am to Sunday 9:00am, and feature overnight camping.
The weekend includes swimming, BBs, archery, crafts, boating, campfires and more. Camp Snyder is the only camp in the country designed especially for cub scouts. It has outstanding facilities including an air-conditioned dining hall (with WiFi), bath houses, swimming pool with slide, lake and more.
Meals provided starting with Friday lunch through Sunday continental breakfast.
Special Dietary Needs – Requests should be made for medical or religious purposes only.The Special Dietary Needs Request form must be submitted to camp at least two weeks before arrival in order for our Food Service Manager to be able to accommodate the request.
Parents are highly encouraged to attend Camp Snyder with their scouts. Moms are welcome, too!
Please complete below:
- Download and complete the following pdf forms.
- Sign up via our Camp Snyder Registration Form
- Please upload the necessary pdf files in the form.
- Pay via Check or PayPal (see below)
Coordinator: If you have any questions about Camp Snyder, please contact our Pack 1483 Camp Snyder Coordinator, Hieu Le
Additional Information can be found here : https://scoutingevent.com/082-23905#
Our Pack is planning on attending:
Session 2 Cub Scout Resident Camp
Friday July 12 8:00am to Sunday July 14, 2019 9:00am
Payment by check:
Before April 12 - $240 scouts / $80 adults
Before May 16 - $265 scouts / $105 adults
After May 16 - $290 scouts / $130 adults
Payment by Paypal/Credit Card:
Before April 12 - $247 scouts / $82 adults
Before May 16 - $273 scouts / $108 adults
After May 16 - $299 scouts / $134 adults
Scout Account balances accumulated from popcorn sales may be used to pay toward the scout camp fees. Please contact your den leader or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to know the balance in your son's scout account. If you don't have enough money in the scout account, you can pay the rest by check or Paypal/Credit Card per above fees (just pay the difference remaining depending on the option chosen).
If you wish to pay using scout account balance, please find out the amount from your den leader and inform the Pack 1483 Snyder Coordinator so you can still be registered on time.
The Camp Snyder refund policy:
All refund requests must be in writing. Refunds for camper fees will be handled in the following manner:
- All refunds will be granted less a 15% processing fee if requested on or before June 15th, 2019.
- After June 15th, no refunds will be granted.
- Request for refunds received for “no-shows” or request made after your session begins and Scouts departing camp early for any reason will not be honored.
All Scouts and Adults must have a properly completed and signed health form in order to participate in the camp
program. The official BSA Annual Health & Medical Record form #34605 is required for all participants. Only Parts A and B are required for Camp Snyder.
The official form can be obtained from:BSA Health Form A and B
Open the file, fill out the information, save the file, print it, and turn in the signed form to the Camp Snyder Coordinator.
Address: Camp William B. Snyder, 6100 Antioch Road, Haymarket, VA 20169
For Camp Snyder, typically one parent also attends with their scout, though both are welcome.
NCAC provides a guide containing a useful information about Camp Snyder. Every parent considering sending their scout to camp should read this guide. The guide can be downloaded from the attachments section below.
Applications for financial aid can be submitted to the Pack 1483 Cubmaster (Dan Martin) or the Snyder Coordinator. A campership application form can be downloaded from the attachments section below.
What to Bring
Below is a list of items the pack has recommended, but you can also see a list on page 4 of https://scoutingevent.com/attachment/BSA082/document_14872667120_3091.pdf
Clothing and Bedding
- Complete uniform with hat
- Sturdy hiking shoes
- Water activity shoes
- Extra underwear and socks
- Shorts/blue jeans
- Scout T-shirts (s)
- Swimsuits (2)
- Sleeping bag/three blankets
- Pillow (if desired)
- Tent if desired, although it is encouraged to have scouts sleep in BSA provided tents
- Personal cooling towels or fan if desired, depending on weather conditions
- Camp chairs
- Fishing gear
- Map and compass
- Playing cards, table game(s)
- Toothbrush and toothpaste
- First Aid Kit
- Soap in container
- Comb, brush, mirror (optional)
- Water bottle/canteen for fill with water to carry throughout
- Pencil, pen, pad/notebook
- Light backpack/daypack
- Spending money
- Insect repellent (non-aerosol)
- Scout Handbook
- Medication & physical forms properly filled out by parents
- Its a good idea to pack pair of clothes for each day in separate zip lock bags, so they are safe from weather
- Provide an easy to organize duffel bag so scouts can begin to learn how to keep their belongings tidy.
- Provide a daypack or beltloop that holds their water bottle/canteens throughout the day, this way it can be easier to carry and on them throughout the day.