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2018 Boy Scout Resident Camp



For five weeks this summer the Howard H. Cherry Scout Reservation is filled with Boy Scouts experiencing a week-long camping adventure.  Designed specifically for Boy Scouts this camping experience is often the pinnacle of a year of Scouting.  Many different programs are available for Scouts to earn merit badges, bond with fellow Scouts, and HAVE FUN.  Register for a 2018 campsite now! 

Summer Camp Registration Now Available

To reserve your 2018 campsite, register scouts, or sign up for merit badges, click the link below to log into Tentaroo.  If you need login information, please contact Tammy at or Rachel at or at 319‐862‐0541 with your unit number, name, email address and phone number to receive the User Name and Password.  For instructions for using Tentaroo, click here.

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Week #1: June 17 - 23, 2018

Week #2: June 24 - 30, 2018

Week #3: July 8 - 14, 2018

Open Camping: July 15 - 17, 2018 

Open Public Family Camping: July 18 - 20, 2018




Program Areas


2018 Boy Scout Summer Camp Information

2018 Boy Scout Resident Camp Leaders Guide - Coming Soon!

Directions to Howard H. Cherry Scout Reservation

Health History Form 

Swim Test Form 

Dietary Request Form 

2018 Daily Schedule - Coming Soon!

2018 Merit Badge Block Schedule - Coming Soon!

2018 Eagle Quest Schedule - Coming Soon!

2018 Boy Scout Camp Merit Badges, Prerequisites and Pre-Camp Preparation - Coming Soon!

2018 Express Check-In - Coming Soon!

2018 Campership Application - Coming Soon!

2018 Refund Form - Coming Soon!

2018 Camp Fees - Coming Soon!

2018 Howard H. Cherry Scout Reservation Camp Director: Peter Wilkinson


New in 2017

Our summer camp program continues to grow year after year.  Recent additions such as the pistol program and knocker ball will continue in 2017.  We are pleased to announce new programs coming in 2017. 


1) The Big Zip

With top speeds of 30 mph, this new program is sure to be a blast for our older scouts at camp this summer.  Must be 13 and over.
















2) Key Log Rolling

Based on a 100-year-old lumberjack sport, spinning atop a floating log will capture the imagination of kids and adults, alike. Log rolling builds physical fitness including balance, coordination, endurance and foot speed. It also strengthens mental focus and concentration. But mostly, it's just fun!






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