Quail Hill Scout Reservation

We are offering two different types of Summer Camp adventures this year.

Day Camp

Our Day Camp program is set up to offer a wide variety of activities based on seven separate program areas which include Pool, STEM, Nature, Scout Skills, Pond, Games and BB & Archery. Campers are broken up into Dens based on their age. These Dens attend each area on a varying daily rotation. All activities are planned to ensure that they are age appropriate. Our main focus during Day Camp is FUN. Cub Scout advancement opportunities will also be offered.

  • Available to all Cub Scouts, Webelos, Boy Scouts, and Girls.
  • Attend as many weeks as desired, multi-week discounts offered.
  • Arrive Monday – Friday at 8:45 am.
  • Depart Monday – Friday at 4:30 pm.
  • Bring a bagged lunch – paper bags only – NO lunchboxes – (Name on Bag) - include separate water bottle.
  • Transportation available.
  • Friday evening at 4:30 pm is Family BBQ and campfire ($10.00 each)
  • Must submit BSA Annual Health and Medical Record (Parts A and B) at least two weeks prior to camp.
  • Participants are encouraged to behave based on the values of the Scouting program.

Resident Camp

Our Resident Camp programs utilize our basic Day Camp program during the day and provide additional advancement opportunities, outdoor activities as well as camping experiences in the evenings. Webelos Resident Camp (session 2) is a week-long program specifically for boys entering their first or second year of Webelos. Our Half Week Resident Camps (sessions 1 & 3) are for all Cubs and Webelos that might not be ready for a full week away from home.

  • Half Week Resident Camp is available to all Cubs and Webelos.
  • Full Week Resident Camp is available to Webelos ONLY.
  • Check-in is 5:30pm on the beginning day of the session.
  • Resident Camp sessions end Friday at 4:30 pm.
  • Campers should eat dinner prior to checking in for Resident Camps.
  • All Meals are provided during Resident Camps.
  • Half Week Resident camp can be combined with Day Camp for that week for a cost of $330.00.
  • Friday evening at 4:30 pm is Family BBQ and campfire ($10.00 each).
  • Campers will be sleeping in canvas wall tents on spring steel cots with mattresses.
  • Must submit BSA Annual Health and Medical Record (Parts A and B) at least two weeks prior to camp.
  • Participants are encouraged to behave based on the values of the Scouting program.

Summer Camp Materials

File Name Description
BSA Annual Health and Medical Form 680-001_ABC Required for All Summer Camp Attendees. Needs to be sent in at least 2 weeks prior to arrival at QH Summer Camp. Download
MCBSA Campership Application 2018 Monmouth Council also provides limited financial aid for campers. Please see the campership form for more information. NOTE: the form needs the unit leader’s signature before being sent to Council. Download
QHSR Summer Camp 18 Flyer Open Invitation to Quail Hill Summer Camp Kick-Off Meeting Download
QHSR Summer Camp Parent Guide 2018 Parent & Leader's Guide for 2018 Download
QHSR Summer Camp Staff Application Download
QHSR Summer Camp Suggested Equipment List Suggested Equipment Lists for Summer Resident and Summer Day Campers Download
QHSR Summer Camp Volunteer Application Volunteers are the backbone of the Scouting program. Volunteerism is no less important to ensure a superior quality summer program. With this in mind we would like to ask you to consider volunteering your time to help deliver the best possible summer program to our Cub Scouts and Webelos. You can volunteer for one day, one week or the entire summer. Any help is greatly appreciated. Download