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*****2016 Dates Announced*****

 The Green Mountain Council's premiere specialty camp, Frontiers Camp, would like to announce the dates for camp in 2016. Camp will open on June 25th and close on July 2, 2016. Save the dates and make your plans to be there! Much of the camp information from past years will still be applicable. Any changes will be announced here as decisions are made.

Please watch this site for future updates. If you have questions please contact


FRONTIERS CAMP was noted in a "COOL CAMP" article in the January - February 2013 issue of Scouting Magazine!

This is the camp your Great, Great, Great, Great Grandfather would have wanted to attend. It's not a sit back and just "hang-out" camp. This camp is all about traditional American frontier skills and adventure, lots of action, and great food presented by a high qualified volunteer staff.



Frontiers Camp is a unique resident specialty summer camp program offered for eight days and seven nights (Saturday through Saturday) and presented once each summer for BSA registered Boy Scouts and Venture Crew members at the Mount Norris Scout Reservation located in Eden Mills Vermont.

The camp theme is centered around the activities of a 1830s-style mountain man American frontier rendezvous. The goal of Frontiers Camp is to develop self-reliance, team-work, and moral and ethical judgment in a hardy eight-day, seven-night BSA resident camp using Scouting and other approved programs (such as State Hunter Education and NRA)  using a proven, experienced, and all-volunteer staff of over 60 (85% adults). Our goals are: fun, leadership development, advancement and merit badges. All staff members are hand selected from previous Frontiers Camps and are volunteers who are well trained and very capable. All merit badge and rank instruction is provided by the adult staff.

The complete program is four years long – so there are plenty of mountain man and rendezvous as well as Scouting experiences for the youngest to the oldest at Frontiers Camp. (As boys get older, they need and get different levels of program challenge. The program is fun and satisfying for all ages.) 2016 will be Frontiers Camp's 15th anniversary year!

Frontiers Camp embraces these five principles in guiding the staff crew: "be supportive, be better, be pioneering, be accountable and be enthusiastic". These are what makes Frontiers Camp an exceptional camp experience. 

Frontiers Camp...  "There's no camp better than this." .... "Still the best."

This is an outstanding resident camping adventure, and at a very reasonable price!

The following information about Frontiers Camp is available for downloading by clicking on the links below. All documents open in portable document format (Acrobat, etc.)

Camper and Parent Information for 2016

  • What is Frontiers Camp
  • Single Page Flyer for FC2016
  • Multipage Flyer for FC2016 ***Coming Soon***
  • Details and Information for FC2016
  • Youth Reservation Form and Fee Info for 2016 
  • Adult Reservation Form and Fee Info for 2016
  • Participant and Staff Health Advisory 2016
  • Annual Health and Medical Record
  • Campership Application
    • Only Scouts from Green Mountain Council may apply for a Green Mountain Council Campership.
  • Precamp Requirements for Merit Badges and Hunter Ed Courses 2016
  • Camper Check-off List (reminders before coming to camp) 2016
  • Frontiers Camp Cheer and Song
  • Mountain Man History written by Gentle Dove
  • Additional Mountain Man History written by Pine Tree
  • How to make the Frontiersman "Capote" blanket coat - optional but recommended
  • How to make Frontiersman side button pants and work shirt - optional

For your information:

Those appearing in Native American apparel in the images contained in the above materials are of Native American heritage and have given permission to display their image.

A cultural affairs committee (which includes those of Native American heritage) observes and reviews the Frontiers Camp program with regards to any cultural presentation.

Thanks to the Order of the Arrow for additional information used in the camp program.




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