Campsites shall be assigned on unit size and needs. All
campsites shall be assigned at check-in. No adult shall help a
patrol set up. Care must be exercised to protect campsite fire.
American, troop and patrol flags shall be correctly displayed in
your campsite. All flags shall be required for opening and closing
7. PATROL FLAG CONTEST:
All patrols are urged to enter their homemade patrol flags. Flags
must include patrol name, troop number, and town. Judging
shall be on originality and craftsmanship. Top three flags will be
awarded special recognition. Patrol flags to be judged are to be
presented to camporee chairman at the old chapel parking lots
between the hours of 7 AM and 9AM on Saturday morning. Flags
not submitted by 9 AM will not be judged. All flags shall be
retrieved by 10:45 AM and brought with the patrol for opening
8. WATER SUPPLY:
Water shall be available at the old chapel parking lot. Bring
9. WOOD SUPPLY:
There is ample dead wood available for cooking in the area. No
standing timber is to be cut.
Cooking fires shall be as per Scout handbook and camping merit
badge pamphlet. Patrols shall supply and maintain two fire
buckets with one gallon capacity or greater, each filled with
water per tent in case of fire.
Each troop must display in plain sight of all patrols at least one
air horn having the range of l/2 mile minimum. Each air horn
shall have a label [minimum of 3" by 5"] affixed to tank and
shall read as follows: IN CASE OF FIRE -- SOUND 3 LONG BLAST
THEN 3 SECONDS OF SILENCE -- REPEAT -- also send runner to
headquarters for help. All fires must also be above ground.
NO GROUND FIRES ! ! !