Campmasters are a group of Scouters who volunteer to serve at Quail Hill Scout Reservation and Forestburg Scout Reservation whenever troops, packs, crews, or outside groups are using any part of the camp property. They serve from September through June. Help is especially needed at Forestburg from January to March when the camp is full almost every weekend. Campmasters select their own time and frequency of service. They generally serve one to three weekends a year on prearranged dates. The group is organized under the leadership of district coordinators and a council Campmaster coordinator.
The Campmaster Corps meets twice a year, in September and March, to review procedures, schedule weekends, and train new members. Check the Monmouth Council calendar for the meeting dates.
All Campmasters should have a record of demonstrated ability to get along with people, to lead, and to act in an emergency. All Campmasters should have a working knowledge of the Monmouth Council Guide to Short Term Camping, the Guide to Safe Scouting, and Youth Protection Guidelines. All registered Scouters, men and women alike, are eligible for consideration as a Campmaster.