See the Wolfeboro Camp page for general details about camp.
In order to attend camp you must get a medical scheduled, and get the doctor to sign your medical form. See Wolfeboro Camp page.
- Week 1: Sunday June 21 – Sat, June 27
- Overnight backpack. Saturday June 27-Sunday 28
- Week 2: Sunday June 28 – Sat, July 4
Please get payment to Margot before date indicated below, either by check or online. See below. Fees quoted are per youth, per week.
- Feb 6 —deadline to pay $50 deposit. (Payments to reach Wolfeboro by Feb 13)
- April 9 —deadline to pay discounted rate of $320 (Payments to reach Wolfeboro by April 16)
- May 22 —deadline to pay discounted rate of $370. (Payments to reach Wolfeboro by May 29)
- After May 25 fee is $390.00 (For payments reaching Wolfeboro after June 1)
- Weebelos who join the Troop during spring 2015, can pay $320 up til May 31.
Payment by check
Please check amount payable above, make check payable to “BSA Troop 24″ and bring it to a troop meeting.
Online payments include a $10 convenience fee, except for the Deposit payment.
The Troop is forming a crew to go to Philmont in the summer or 2015. From July 22 – Aug 3 2015 will be at camp, plus travel time either side of those dates.
In order to participate, a scout must be either 14 or 13 and out of the 8th grade.
Limited number of spaces. Need to pay deposit by of $100. Total cost for time at camp is $855, plus travel. Once the crew is decided, they will do various fundraising activities to help pay for the trip.
Alameda Creek overnight and bike trip. All of the scouts attending the trip went on 20 mile ride up Alameda Creek and back. After that they set up camp. Then a smaller group went on a hilly 5 mile loop along the cost of the bay. Overnight it got below freezing and there was a layer of frost on everything. (Report by Troop 24 scout Jordan)
We hiked across the Golden Gate Bridge northward in the clearing fog. Under a glorious blue sky we hiked a loop in the Marin Headlands and lunched in the company of several (wonderful|smelly) horses.
You can see details of our route courtesy of Stephen’s Garmin. We hiked 11.84 miles with 1800ft elevation gain. Several scouts carried full backpacks as training for the 50 miler and got a curious question from a man on the bridge who was surprised that we were only from Berkeley!
As we walked back across the bridge we passed many people dressed in white and sporting the Venezuala flag. They had formed a human chain across the bridge, one of many nationwide demonstrations against the actions of the Venezualan government.
The new logo created by Seiya is now available on the new Troop T-shirt.
For the first time, we are also offering synthetic t-shirts and cotton hoodies. These have to be ordered by Feb 11th, 2014.
The Troop is awarded the Gold Journey To Excellence Award for 2013
Contact the Scout Master and we’ll have one delivered to you. Cost $25.
Purchasing a wreath also supports our Troop activities. Read more.