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-- TROOP CAMPING --
Planning for Troop Camping
Facilities/Fees (pdf file)
Camp DeWitt Use
Arrival & Departure
Fires & Stoves
Program Center Use
Forms (pdf files)
Camp Usage Application
Clean-Up Check List
Parking at Camp DeWitt
Cars & Parking
Safety of the children, erosion, seasonal wet areas, buried pipes and emergency access are common concerns at camp. Roads are narrow with no turn-around space.
Camp DeWitt does not have lined parking lots. To best accommodate our parking needs for program attendance, the following parking patterns should be observed.
Program Center: Programs scheduled for the Program Center, with a small number of participants, may park on either side of the circular driveway. Do not park in the center on the grass and do not park in the handicap spots unless you have a validated license. For large programs occurring at camp that require a registration at the Program Center, the driveway will be blocked off. Parking then should be at the Pole Barn and Pool parking lots.
Pole Barn Parking Lot: The Pole Barn parking requires cars to pull forward facing the Pole Barn. Keep an appropriate distance between cars to allow for entrance and exit from car. Too much space allows for fewer cars. There is room for a middle row of cars and then a last row facing the dumpster.
Pool Parking Lot: Parking at the Pool parking lot should begin with the first row facing the pool. Leave space between cars to allow for entrance and exit from car. A double row of cars can begin in the middle of the lot. The parking lot has an odd shape and, when the cars are parked properly, it will allow for a third smaller row of cars and maximum use of the space.