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TABLE OF CONTENTS Program Guide RESICA FALLS SCOUT RESERVATION • CRADLE OF LIBERTY COUNCIL, BSA SUMMER 2019 This Guide is for Planning Unit Level Program Activities ★ ★ a c i s e R alls F ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Viewing Program Locations & Schedules ★ ★ ★ Selecting Merit Badges & Their Prerequisites ★ For General Information About Your Stay in Camp Refer to the Resica Leaders’ Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS Welcome Program Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS Click subject to navigate to desired page February 2019 Greetings Explorers Get ready for an experience that is larger than life! Like the T-Rex, your program opportunities at Resica Falls are gigantic! The 2019 Program Guide will be your pathway to this adventure. Adult Leaders, Senior Patrol Leaders, Parents and Scouts alike will find the information in this book filled with details about merit badges and advancement, as well as schedules and overall program details. Read through these pages carefully to learn as much as possible about the fun-filled week that lies ahead of you. Our theme for 2019 is Jurassic Falls. Make sure you also check-out the 2019 Leaders’ Guide for important dates, health & safety information, and key details about the operation of camp. Together, these two documents will make your stay at Resica Falls- and the planning leading up to it- a rewarding experience. If you have any questions concerning the program at Resica Falls please do not hesitate to contact us. Contact us via email, call for assistance at the camping office at (610) 6886900, or find us on the web at www.resicafalls.org. We are here to serve you. PROGRAM SECTION Program Overview.......................................2 Do’s and Don’ts of Unit Programming.......3 Advancement at Camp.................................4 About Merit Badges.....................................5 Merit Badge Opportunities..........................6 Merit Badge Schedule................................10 Program Highlights...................................11 Master Schedule........................................14 Pool Schedule.............................................15 Lake Schedule............................................16 Resica Rangers (1st Year Camper Program). ...17 Adult Leader Activity/ Training Schedule..................................19 High Adventure..........................................20 Cope...........................................................21 Aquatics Information.................................22 Unique Opportunities at Resica Falls.......25 Thanks for your timeless dedication to Scouting, and we look forward to seeing you at camp. Yours in Scouting, Chris Brenner Camp Director – campdirector@ resicafalls.org Steve Mach Assistant Camp Director – email@example.com Bobby Burkhart Program Director – firstname.lastname@example.org Resica Falls Scout Reservation 1 2019 Program Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS Program Overview S 2019 THEME – Jurassic Falls FOR THE SCOUT: Merit Badge programs and advancement opportunities are designed to help the Scout meet their own personal advancement goals. In addition, awards are made during the week to individuals who demonstrate particular skills. ummer Camp is on the horizon and we are standing by in anticipation of your arrival to Big Springs Camp. Resica Falls has been in operation since 1957, continuing to offer a highly qualified program in a fun atmosphere for all of its participants. We plan on continuing this tradition while instilling Scouting’s values in our youth campers. FOR THE PATROL: Baden-Powell once said that the patrol was the secret of the success of Scouting. One job of summer camp is to strengthen patrols. There are a variety of events throughout the week are planned to do just that. Whether your Scouts are first year campers participating in our Resica Rangers program, or are experienced Scouts participating in Project C.O.P.E., we are here to assist your Troop in offering a quality experience to complement your year-round program. We offer many activities to keep your Scouts busy during their stay at camp. They may choose to work on Merit Badges taught by our trained staff in one of our many program areas, or they may want to participate in a patrol activity such as riding mountain bikes on our back woods paths, or just hike on the trails of our 4000+ acre property. They may want to take a cool dip in any one of our vast array of swimming holes on the Bushkill Creek. Whatever you choose - Enjoy! FOR THE TROOP: Troops will also have the opportunity to compete and work with each other, in demonstrating their unit pride and Troop skills. Campsite inspections will be on a Troop basis. These inspections, along with unit projects, can lead to unit awards. Attending Scout camp is the greatest experience that any Troop will have during the year. Each SCOUT has fun in the great outdoors. Each TROOP LEADER becomes more responsible. Each PATROL functions as a team. Your Troop will be a better Troop as a result of your Scout Camp experience. The opportunity to get to know and understand your Scouts will never be better. There are a variety of ways the campers can participate in the program: Resica Falls Scout Reservation 2 2019 Program Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS Program Overview (Continued) HERE ARE SOME DO’S AND DONT’S ON UNIT PROGRAMMING DON’T: 1. Allow too many activities to be scheduled. Camping should be recreational and not stressful. 2. Be alarmed if things happen that are not in the schedule. Some circumstances warrant changes in plans. 3. Emphasize activities and advancement that can be better done at home. Indoor games and “city” badges detract from the purpose of coming to camp. 4. Give Scouts a title and a leadership job and then do the leading yourself. 5. Allow a programming problem to put a damper on your week in camp. Bring it to the attention of your program commissioner as soon as you are aware of it for quick resolution. DO: 1. Allow patrols to plan and carry out some of the things they thought of and want to do. 2. Allow for and suggest some time a Scout can “go and do with a pal or two.” 3. Be sure there is personal achievement and fun in the program. 4. Set a tone that will give your Troop site real class. Insist on manners, good fellowship, sportsmanship, clean fun, and a clean camp. 5. Keep in touch with what’s happening in the Troopvisit program areas where your Scouts are involved. Get verbal reports everyday from your junior leaders. 6. Allow your program commissioner to help you ensure the success of your week in camp. Resica Falls Scout Reservation 3 2019 Program Guide Advancement at Camp 1. Summer camp is an ideal place for Scouts to earn many of the outdoor Merit Badges. Our Camp Staff is ready and willing to support your unit’s advancement needs. 2. Each unit leader should prepare a detailed advancement plan before leaving for camp, to include: a. Setting realistic goals for each Scout to discourage making the number of merit badges earned a primary summer camp objective. (We suggest three to four badges.) b. R eview with each Scout the merit badges they plan to earn. Scouts should be familiar with the requirements in advance. We recommend that they have the merit badge pamphlet for each badge. (The Merit Badge Opportunity pages detail which merit badges are offered and which requirements need to be completed prior to camp.) c. Evidence of partials from the Scout’s local “home” counselor must be presented to the camp counselor. The “Application for Merit Badge” card has a section to record partials. Acceptance of partials is at the discretion of the merit badge counselor. d. Filled-out merit badge blue cards for every badge the Scouts plan to work on. 3. A merit badge is an individual project for each Scout and should follow the same procedure as those at home. The camp staff will function as both instructors and counselors. Unit leaders should monitor the advancement progress of their Scouts throughout the week and help them work out difficulties that may develop. The camp staff will be trained in merit badge procedures and empathetic to the needs of individual Scouts. You will also find the staff responsive to solutions to advancement problems. skills are applied. We should therefore, plan activities that will give a Scout opportunities to use their skills for a functional purpose and to demonstrate their proficiency naturally. A natural experience should have the following four elements: The Scout Prepares; The Scout Qualifies; The Scout is Reviewed; The Scout Receives Recognition. KEEPING TRACK OF SCOUT ADVANCEMENT There are three individuals that have the direct responsibility to keep track of each merit badge a Scout is working on in camp. • The merit badge counselor will keep the official record of each Scout taking merit badges. The counselor’s records will reflect an up to the minute review of where each Scout stands in completing a badge. • Each individual Scout should be aware of their own progress of completing each of the merit badges they are attempting. • Camp leaders should communicate with the Scouts on their progress on merit badges and with the individual merit badge counselors. Counselor records may be reviewed at anytime a counselor is available. PROGRAM PROGRESSION FIRST YEAR CAMPERS SECOND YEAR CAMPERS • Resica Ranger Program • Full Merit Badge Program • Limited Merit Badge Program • Patrol Award • Troop Trips • Troop Trips • Campwide Games • Campwide Games • Mile Swim THIRD YEAR CAMPERS • Full Merit Badge Program • COPE, Rappelling & Rock Climbing • High 5 Adventure Club • Troop Trips • Campwide Games ADVANCEMENT AND YOUR PROGRAM Program is the total experience of living in camp. Advancement is not an end in itself, but rather the result of a good program. It should be achieved through a natural experience. A Scout advances by doing things with their patrol, Troop, Leaders, and on their own. As an example, fires are built for cooking, but also fellowship, not just to pass a test. Consequently, in the act of building a fire, the skill of handling an ax or saw is put into play. Thus, two Resica Falls Scout Reservation TABLE OF CONTENTS 4 FOURTH YEAR CAMPERS • Full Merit Badge Program • COPE, Rappelling & Rock Climbing • High 5 Adventure Club • Campwide Games • Paddle-Rama • Fawn Run Hiking Expedition • Red Cross Lifeguard • Troop Trips 2019 Program Guide About Merit Badges To have a successful experience in the merit badge program, your Scouts must begin to prepare at home, continue at camp, and stick with it. Some merit badges can be completed during the camp period. Others, however, have requirements for observations, tests or record keeping over a prolonged period. Make sure each Scout has not only thoroughly reviewed the requirements of their sought after badge, but has prepared before leaving for camp. Whenever possible, have the Scout complete time-requiring portions of the requirements in advance of camp. Make sure that they have all certificates of completion with them. TABLE OF CONTENTS Records- Records will be available in each program area during the day. Leaders are encouraged to check these records as necessary. Merit badge cards will be placed in the Troop’s mail box at the camp office as badges are completed. Partials- Scouts that will need to miss merit badge class time due to a troop trip, their involvement in the Order of the Arrow, or for any circumstance should schedule a makeup session with their counselor as soon as possible. It is imperative that Scouts make arrangements with their Scoutmaster and merit badge counselor in order to complete the merit badge. To help your Scouts in earning merit badges, we offer the following suggestions that you may wish to include in your camp planning - don’t allow over scheduling. We set no limit on the number of badges a Scout can attempt, but sometimes their desires are bigger than their time or abilities allow. Reconciliation- Beginning at 7:30 on Friday night, area directors will be in the Dining Hall to help handle any problems. Lost/Missing Blue Cards- Requests for lost/missing blue cards can be sent to email@example.com Requests should include Name, Year, Week in Camp, Troop #, Merit Badge, and a mailing address to send the new blue card to. Experience tells us for the first year camper, no more than three merit badges; for the older, experienced camper, a normal maximum of four merit badges per week is suggested. Scouts are in camp for many things other than merit badges, and they should not miss out on other opportunities. You know their capabilities, so guide them in being realistic. Provide merit badge blue cards to your Scouts and see they complete all the required information. Make sure that you sign it, so that they will be ready to give it to their counselor at the first session. Scouts unable to complete all badge requirements in camp will receive a partial. Requirements- Merit Badge requirements are as stated in the current edition of the Scouts BSA Requirements Book. It is important that the troop set out an individual plan for each Scout well before camp, taking into account advanced preparation and the appropriate abilities of each Scout. Advanced Preparation- The staff at Resica Falls takes great pride in the skill instruction at camp. Therefore we feel that there is no reason any requirement can be waived simply because it can not be completed at camp. Under these conditions, some badges will require work to be completed prior to your week at camp. Please see the Merit Badge Opportunities pages for specific information on any advance work required for each merit badge. Sign ups- A unit leader should log each Scout’s merit badge choices into our online system at least a week prior to the unit’s arrival to camp. The earlier you are the better, some badges have a maximum capacity. Registration is available once Scouts have been registered and named in Doubleknot. Resica Falls Scout Reservation 5 2019 Program Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS Merit Badge Opportunities Listed in alphabetical order below are the merit badges that will be offered at camp. Next to each badge are the requirements that must be completed or started BEFORE the Scout arrives in camp. If they are completed to the satisfaction of the counselor, the badge may be earned at camp, otherwise the Scout may receive a partial. With all merit badges, Scouts should become familiar with the requirements before coming to camp. Merit Badge Pamphlets should be obtained and studied prior to the Scout’s arrival to insure familiarity with the merit badges they choose to work towards. Some merit badge requirements require “advanced preparation” by the scouts. The specifics of this depend on the requirement, but generally scouts should be familiar with the information that the requirement covers. NEW IN 2019 Nuclear Science and Law Merit Badges have been added for the 2019 Camping Season. (See Details Below) Merit Badge Pre Requisites Cost Level Max. (year) Class Capacity American Heritage Animal Science Archeology Archery Art Astronomy Athletics Backpacking Basketry Bird Study Camping 3C and 4 Must be completed before camp. 6 must be completed before camp. Advanced preparation for requirements 4 and 5 is necessary. Advanced preparation for requirement 1C. 6 must be completed before camp. 5B must be completed before camp. Weather might affect completion of badge. Night meetings required. 3 and 5 must be completed before camp. 6B, 8, 9, 10 and 11 must be completed before camp. No advanced preparation necessary. Advanced preparation for requirement 5 is necessary. Early morning meetings are required. 4B, 5E, 7B, 8D & 9 must completed before camp. Resica Falls Scout Reservation 6 Location none none none $10 none 2 2 2 3 1 Civics Ecology NAV Archery Handicraft none none none $10 2 2 3 1 Ecology Sports Scoutcraft Handicraft none none 2 2 20 Ecology Scoutcraft 2019 Program Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS Merit Badge Opportunities (Continued) Merit Badge Pre Requisites Cost Level Max. (year) Class Capacity Canoeing Chemistry Cit. in the Nation Cit. in the World Climbing Cooking Digital Technology Electricity Electronics Emergency Prep Engineering Env. Science Exploration Fingerprinting Fire Safety First Aid Fish & Wildlife Mngt. Fishing Fly Fishing Forestry Game Design Geocaching Geology Hiking Indian Lore Insect Study Kayaking Law Leatherwork Lifesaving Mammal Study Be able to complete requirement 2 at camp. Experience with canoes is helpful. Advanced preparation for requirements 3&7 are necessary. Requirements 2, 3 and 8 must be completed prior to camp. Requirement 6 cannot be Gettysburg Address. Requirement 7 must be completed prior to camp. Advanced knowledge of requirements 1 and 7 are helpful. NOT ALL OF THE REQUIREMENTS OF COOKING CAN BE COMPLETED IN CAMP. Requirements 1, 2, 3 & 7 will be completed in camp. Only some parts of requirement 5 will be completed at camp. Requirements 4 & 6 must be completed prior to camp. Requirement 1 must be completed prior to camp. Requirements 2 & 9 must be completed prior to camp. No advanced preparation necessary. You must have First Aid Merit Badge. Requirement 7, and advanced preparation for requirements 6, 8 & 9 is necessary. Advanced preparation is necessary for requirements 1 & 6. Requirements 4 must be completed before camp. Requirement 3E must be completed prior to camp. This is NOT a badge for younger scouts. Advanced preparation on requirement 6 is necessary. No advanced preparation necessary. No advanced preparation necessary. 6A, 11 and 12 must be completed before camp. 2D must be completed before camp. No advanced preparation necessary. Bring fishing gear to camp. Bring fishing gear to camp. No advanced preparation necessary. No advanced preparation necessary. Requirement 7 must be completed prior to camp. 4B must be completed before camp. Requirements 4, 5 &6 must be completed before camp. No advanced preparation necessary. Requirements 9 & 10 must be completed before camp. Be able to complete requirement 2 at camp. Experience with kayaks is helpful. 4 and 7 must be completed before camp. Kit Needed to complete requirement 3. Scout must be a Swimmer classification. Requirement 1 must be completed before other requirements. Bring long pants and a Long sleeved button down shirt for requirement 9. No advanced preparation necessary. Resica Falls Scout Reservation 7 Location none none 2 2 Aquatics (lake) STEM none none none 3 25 3 25 4 Civics Civics COPE none none none none 3 20 3 3 3 Scoutcraft STEM STEM STEM none 3 20 Scoutcraft none 4 20 STEM none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none 3 20 3 1 1 1 20 2 3 3 18 1 2 20 2 1 3 1 2 Ecology Scoutcraft Handicraft Scoutcraft Health Lodge Ecology Aquatics (lake) NAV Ecology Sports Scoutcraft Ecology Scoutcraft NAV Ecology none none $10-15 2 25 1 1 Aquatics (lake) Civics Handicraft none none 3 20 1 Aquatics (Pool) Ecology 2019 Program Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS Merit Badge Opportunities (Continued) Merit Badge Pre Requisites Cost Level Max. (year) Class Capacity Metalwork Moviemaking Nature Nuclear Science Oceanography Orienteering Personal Fitness Photography Pioneering Plumbing Pottery Public Speaking Pulp & Paper Radio Reptile & Amphibian Study Rifle Shooting Robotics Rowing Sculpture Search and Rescue Shotgun Shooting Small-boat Sailing No advanced preparation necessary. $ 10 3 15 No advanced preparation necessary. none 3 4 (options A: birds or D: Insects and spiders or E fish or F Mullusks and Crustaceans. none 1 No advanced preparation necessary. none 3 Advanced preparation for requirement 7 is necessary. none Requirement 8 is a major undertaking and scouts should be prepared to devote significant time to complete the requirement. none 2 1B, 6, 7 & 8 must be completed before camp. Bring physical and dental examination forms and progress log for 12 week fitness program. none 3 20 1B must be completed before camp. Scouts must bring digital camera. none 2 Recommended that scouts taking the badge are at least First Class rank. Review basic knots, lashings and splicing before camp. none 2 No advanced preparation necessary. $5 3 20 No advanced preparation necessary. none 3 20 No advanced preparation necessary. 2 25 No advanced preparation necessary. none 1 7 must be completed before camp. none 3 8 must be completed before camp. General knowledge of reptiles and amphibians is necessary. none 2 This is one of the most difficult badges offered at camp. Prior to camp, scouts should aggressively research all of the requirements. Scouts need to be prepared to discuss requirement 1 on Monday morning. The knowledge gained from the merit badge book and research about local and state enforcement agencies, will gain more “shooting time” and thus more of an opportunity to achieve the badge. Only option A is available at camp. none 3 No advanced preparation necessary. none 4 20 Be able to complete requirement 2 at camp. Experience with rowboats is helpful. Certain alternatives in requirement 4 should be completed before camp none 3 2C must be completed prior to camp. none 3 20 No advanced preparation necessary. none 2 This is one of the most difficult badges offered at camp. Prior to camp, scouts should aggressively research all of the requirements. Scouts need to be prepared to discuss requirement 1 on Monday morning. The knowledge gained from the merit badge book and research about local and state enforcement agencies, will gain more shooting time and thus more of an opportunity to achieve the badge. Only $30 for option A is available at camp. clay birds 3 Be able to complete requirement 2 at camp. Experience with sailboats and sailing in general is necessary. Weather conditions can effect the completion of badge. none 3 18 Resica Falls Scout Reservation 8 Location Shop STEM Ecology STEM Ecology Scoutcraft Sports STEM Scoutcraft Shop Handicraft Civics Handicraft STEM Ecology Shooting Sports STEM Aquatics (lake) Handicraft Health Lodge Shooting Sports Aquatics (lake) 2019 Program Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS Merit Badge Opportunities (Continued) Merit Badge Pre Requisites Cost Level Max. (year) Class Capacity Soil & Water Con. Space Exploration Sports Swimming Weather Welding Wilderness Survival Wood Carving No advanced preparation necessary. Materials needed for requirement 3 must be purchased 4 and 5A must be completed prior to camp MUST be a swimmer classification 9 must be completed prior to camp No advanced preparation necessary. Scouts must wear jeans for all class sessions. Advance preparation for requirement 5 is necessary. Review basic survival skills, camping skills and edible plants. Experience in carving is necessary. Scout must have Totin’ Chip. Resica Falls Scout Reservation 9 Location none $15 none none none 2 2 2 1 40 2 Ecology STEM Sports Aquatics (Pool) Ecology $10 4 Shop none $ 10 2 1 20 15 Scoutcraft Handicraft 2019 Program Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS ________________ Resica Falls 2019 Merit Badge Schedule American Heritage (C) Archaeology (N) Astronomy (E) Camping (SC) Chemistry (ST) Citizenship in the Nation (C) Citizenship in the World (C) Engineering (ST) Environmental Science (E) Fingerprinting (H) First Aid (HL) Game Design (S) Geocaching (SC) Hiking (SC) Mammal Study (E) Nuclear Science (ST) Personal Fitness (S) Photography (ST) Plumbing (SH) Sculpture (H) Search & Rescue (HL) Soil & Water Cons. (E) Sports (S) Swimming (P) Welding (SH) Wood Carving (H) ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ Animal Science (E) Backpacking (SC) Camping (SC) Chemistry (ST) Citizenship in the Nation (C) Citizenship in the World (C) Electronics (ST) Environmental Science (E) Fingerprinting (H) First Aid (HL) Fish & Wildlife Mgt. (E) Fly Fishing (N) Indian Lore (N) Leatherwork (H) Oceanography (E) Personal Fitness (S) Public Speaking (C) Radio (ST) Search & Rescue (SC) Sports (S) Swimming (P) Welding (SH) Wilderness Survival (SC) Wood Carving (H) ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ATV Course Canoeing (L) Climbing (COPE) Cooking (SC) Kayaking (L) Moviemaking (ST) Pottery (H) Small-Boat Sailing (L) Robotics (ST) ❏ 3:00 – 3:45 Art (H) Camping (SC) Chemistry (ST) Citizenship in the Nation (C) Citizenship in the World (C) Emergency Prep. (HL) Engineering (ST) Environmental Science (E) Exploration (SC) First Aid (HL) Fly Fishing (N) Game Design (S) Geocaching (SC) Geology (E) Insect Study (E) Mammal Study (E) Personal Fitness (S) Pioneering (SC) Radio (ST) Sculpture (H) Sports (S) Welding (SH) Wood Carving (H) 3:30 – 4:45 ATV Course Athletics (S) Basketry (H) Camping (SC) Citizenship in the Nation (C) Citizenship in the World (C) Electricity (ST) Electronics (ST) Emergency Prep. (HL) Environmental Science (E) Fire Safety (H) First Aid (HL) Fly Fishing (N) Forestry (E) Game Design (S) Law (C) Metalwork (SH) Nature (E) Photography (ST) Plumbing (SH) Pulp & Paper (E) Space Exploration (ST) Weather (E) Wilderness Survival (SC) Wood Carving (H) 10:00 – 10:45 11:00 – 11:45 2:00 – 2:45 SINGLE SESSION Merit Badge Classes Archery (AR) Canoeing (L) Cooking (SC) Kayaking (L) Lifesaving (P) Moviemaking (ST) Pottery (H) Rifle Shooting (RR) Rowing (L) Shotgun Shooting (SR) Small-Boat Sailing (L) ATV Course DOUBLE SESSION Merit Badge Classes 10:30 – 11:45 2:00 – 3:15 Archaeology (N) Art (H) Athletics (S) Basketry (H) Bird Study (E) Camping (SC) Citizenship in the Nation (C) Citizenship in the World (C) Digital Technology (ST) Electricity (ST) Electronics (ST) Emergency Prep. (HL) Environmental Science (E) Exploration (SC) First Aid (HL) Forestry (E) Game Design (S) Indian Lore (N) Law (C) Leatherwork (H) Metalwork (SH) Nuclear Science (ST) Orienteering (SC) Pioneering (SC) Rep. & Amph. Study (E) Space Exploration (ST) Swimming (P) ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ LOCATION CODES: AR-Archery Range, C-Civics, E-Ecology, H-Handicraft, HL-Health Lodge, L-Lake, ST-STEM Center, N-Native American Village, P-Pool, RR-Rifle Range, SC-Scoutcraft, SH-Shop, SR-Shotgun Range, S-Sports Scout ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ Archery (AR) Canoeing (L) Cooking (SC) Fishing (L) Kayaking (L) Lifesaving (P) Rifle Shooting (RR) Shotgun Shooting (SR) Robotics (ST) 9:00 – 9:45 ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ATV Course 9:00 – 10:15 ❏ 2019 Program Guide 10 Resica Falls Scout Reservation TABLE OF CONTENTS Program Highlights Daily Instruction ATV Program (Monday - Friday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm) The daily instruction schedule consists of five 45 minute periods. See merit badge schedule on page 10 for specific times that merit badges are offered. Please note that some merit badge require 75 minute periods. These can also be found on page 10. Are you a scout looking to kick it up a notch this summer? Our ATV program is offered to Scouts 14 years of age and older and offers an experience to learn about ATV’s, safety and have the opportunity to take guided rides around camp. More information is available on page 20 of this guide. 2019 Special Merit Badge Offerings Native American Village This year we will offer 2 merit badges that have not been offered at camp before! These badges are a great chance for experienced Scouts who have been attending camp for several years to earn badges that have not been available previously. Nuclear Science (STEM) and Law (Civics). Using the history of the Lenni Lenape and of the Village of Resaca, the Native American Village lets Scouts explore lore and legends of Native Americans and of Resica falls. In addition, Scouts will have the opportunity to learn how to go on archeology digs to find relics in other communities. STEM Center Lunch and Clubs In 2019, Big Springs Camp has expanded its STEM Center to include Nuclear Science Merit Badge! In order to maximize our science program, The STEM Center is located in The Great Bend, by the Great Bend Shower House. Make sure you stop by the STEM Center to earn a badge or just find out more information about the program! Every day we will offer a lunch and program block over two 40-minute periods between 12:20 and 1:50pm. During your club period, the Scouts can choose different sporting activities to challenge each other or the staff to a friendly game. Campers Council (Monday-Friday 12:00 pm at Clock Tower) This forum of the camp’s principle youth leaders, the senior patrol leaders, will gather each day to review the program and discuss concerns of the camp. Therefore, it is extremely important that your senior patrol leader be present at each meeting to ensure your units representation. In addition, they will play a major role in putting together Wednesday night’s campfire. Handicraft Lodge Art enthusiasts and crafters unite! Stop by the Handicraft Lodge located across from the Mohawk Campsite along the camp road to create projects and earn badges. The lodge also features kilns for Pottery and Sculptures! Resica Falls Scout Reservation 11 2019 Program Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS Program Highlights (Continued) Dutch Oven Dessert Challenge & Leaders’ Swim and Barbecue Jurassic Falls Expeditions (Monday-Thursday 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm) Everyday from Monday to Thursday at 4 pm class is in session. We will meet at the Parade Field and each day we will refine a certain aspect of your exploring skills. Keep this information classified- everything you learn will be important as you are searching for the lost Resicasaurus skeleton. Jurassic Falls Expeditions will host activities throughout the week that improve your marksmanship (Archery, Scoutcraft), your sense of exploration (Ecology), your critical thinking skills (STEM), your physical endurance (Sports), and your problem-solving skills (Handicraft). From Action Archery, to cave art, to fossils, to obstacle courses, each day is sure to be a new adventure. (Monday - 9:00 pm) Adult leaders are invited to the pool for some burgers and a swim. In addition you are invited to cook up your special dessert recipe in a Dutch Oven. Your dessert should be Jurassic themed and will be judged by our select panel of judges. Camp can provide a Dutch Oven and some basic ingredients such as flour, sugar, etc. Any exotic ingredients should be brought to camp. Make arrangements with your commissioner for any needs you require from the camp. Dino Deep Dig (Weeklong) When exploring Jurassic Falls there is more than meets the eye. Keep your eyes and ears open and always be aware what is around the corner. Who will have the skills necessary to find the rare skeleton of the Resicasaurus? Throughout the week there will be clues and hints and prepare for a hunt unlike you’ve never had before! The Resica Falls Bedrock Blast! (Monday-7:30 pm) Join the Resica Falls Camp Staff and your fellow scouts in a crazy and wild evening competing in patrol-based games. Explore the hopping town of Bedrock, play some cool games and keep your eyes out for some familiar cavemen. Night Owl Swim “Cave” Way Competition (Tuesday and Thursday at 8:30 pm) After a hard day’s work come cool off at the pool for our Night Owl Swim! This free swim is accompanied by our awesome water slide and by some great music! (Judged Friday by 12:00 pm) Troops are encouraged to design and build a creative gateway to their campsite using the theme, Jurassic Falls. The Troop with the most creative gateway will be recognized in the Closing Ceremony. Camper Campfire/OA Call-out (Wednesday at 8:15 pm) Get your skits, songs and cheers ready! We invite all Troops to participate in our Campers’ Campfire on Wednesday evening. In addition to the skits, songs and cheers, we will also have the OA Call-out to recognize those who have been elected to Scouting’s Honor Society. Please join us for this fun night! The Caveman Crawl (Tuesday- 7:15 pm) Young competitors (14 years of age or older) seeking to prove their survival skills in a world unknown will be put to the test to conquer these tasks all across Jurassic Falls. The Caveman Crawl consists of running, kayaking and slingshot shooting. Join us to test your skills and endurance! Twilight Programs (Tuesday & Thursday at 7:30 pm) During the early evening on Tuesday and Thursday, a variety of twilight programs will take place. These include Twilight Boating on Lake Roger, Twilight COPE at the COPE Course, and Cowboy Action Shooting at the Rifle Range. Pay attention in camp to see which events are happening on what night to enjoy in all the sunset fun. Resica Falls Scout Reservation 12 2019 Program Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS Program Highlights (Continued) Friday Night Closing Ceremony meal in their site should talk to their camp commissioner. Bringing your own equipment is encouraged however; any units that do not have the proper cooking equipment can talk to the camp administration about borrowing the equipment they need. (Friday Night-8:45 pm) Join us as we recognize all of the winners and participants from your camp-wide activities. You won’t want to miss this fun and exciting closing ceremony, which will include the slide show of your week in camp! Leaders Program • All Faith Service-Wednesday-7:45 pm • Jewish Service-Friday-7:45 pm A Scout is Reverent. Join us for our staff-led religious services – uniforms are appropriate. If your troop would like to coordinate a service of a particular faith, we would be happy to help you plan and run it. (See Schedule on Pg. 19) Adult leaders are encouraged to participate in all activities in camp. This includes sitting in on your Scout’s merit badges and supporting them during campwide activities. In addition, there are special programs and contests designed specifically for leaders. These will be announced throughout the week and posted on all the bulletin boards. Patrol Style Cooking Webelos Wednesday Religious Services Webelos and Arrow of Light Scouts arrive in camp at 9:00am each Wednesday to experience the magic that is Resica Falls. They’ll spend getting a taste of what camp is, including visiting Scoutcraft, Handicraft, the Pool, and the ranges. Invite your neighboring Packs to find out more at www.resicafalls.org, and sign-up today! Patrol method cooking is available for those troops or patrols that want to experience the cook-your-own style resident camp. Troops or patrols can choose this option for any number of meals including the entire week. If you wish to cook all week in your campsite please speak with the camp director. Those that wish to cook a Resica Falls Scout Reservation 13 2019 Program Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS TIME 7:00 7:30 8:00 9:00 12:00 12:20 1:10 2:00 to 4:00 3:30 4:00 to 5:00 5:30 6:15 6:30 7:30 9:00 10:00 Resica Falls 2019 Master Schedule Campers Council Meeting Polar Bear/Reveille BREAKFAST A Flag Raising BREAKFAST B C.O.P.E Merit Badges - see list Resica Rangers Coffee Drinking MB (9:00 am) CPR Training (10:00 am) Campers Council Meeting/SPL Lunch Trek Safely LUNCH A & CLUBS B LUNCH B & CLUBS A Merit Badges - see list Resica Rangers High Five Adventure Club Napping MB Polar Bear/Reveille BREAKFAST A Flag Raising BREAKFAST B C.O.P.E Merit Badges - see list Resica Rangers Free Swim Program Areas Closed Campers Council Meeting Leave No Trace LUNCH A & CLUBS B LUNCH B & CLUBS A Merit Badges - see list Resica Rangers High Five Adventure Club Mile Swim Test Polar Bear/Reveille BREAKFAST A Flag Raising BREAKFAST B C.O.P.E Merit Badges - see list Resica Rangers FRIDAY Polar Bear/Reveille BREAKFAST A Flag Raising BREAKFAST B C.O.P.E Merit Badges - see list Resica Rangers Leader Specific Training (9:00 am) LUNCH A & CLUBS B LUNCH B & CLUBS A Merit Badges - see list Resica Rangers High Five Adventure Club Free Swim Jurassic Falls Expeditions Leader’s Challenges THURSDAY Polar Bear/Reveille BREAKFAST A Flag Raising BREAKFAST B C.O.P.E Merit Badges - see list Resica Rangers IOLS (10:00 am) Campers Council Meeting Climb on Safely LUNCH A & CLUBS B LUNCH B & CLUBS A Merit Badges - see list Resica Rangers High Five Adventure Club Free Swim Jurassic Falls Expeditions Leader’s Challenges WEDNESDAY Campers Council Meeting Safe Swim Defense & Safety Afloat LUNCH A & CLUBS B LUNCH B & CLUBS A Merit Badges - see list Resica Rangers High Five Adventure Club Home Away from Home Training Free Swim Jurassic Falls Expeditions Leader’s Challenges TUESDAY Free Swim Jurassic Falls Expeditions Leader’s Challenges MONDAY DINNER A Evening Colors DINNER B Action Areas DINNER A Evening Colors DINNER B All Faith Religious Service (7:45 pm) Campers' Campfire/OA Call-out (8:15 pm) Taps Star Talk (backup) Taps Taps Scoutmaster Appreciation (9:30 pm) DINNER A Evening Colors DINNER B Blue Card Reconcilliation (7:30 pm) Jewish Religious Service (7:45 pm) Closing Ceremony (8:45 pm) DINNER A Evening Colors DINNER B The Caveman Crawl (7:15 pm) Twilight Programs Night Owl Swim (8:30 pm) The Resica Falls Bedrock Blast! Taps Star Talk (backup) DINNER A, Leaders’ Dinner (6:00pm) Evening Colors DINNER B Resica Rangers Overnighter Twilight Programs OA Inductions Wilderness Survival Overnighter Night Owl Swim (8:30 pm) OA Ice Cream Social (9:30 pm) Leaders' Swim & BBQ Dutch Oven Dessert Challenge & Leaders’ Swim and Barbeque Star Talk Taps 2019 Program Guide 14 Resica Falls Scout Reservation TABLE OF CONTENTS 7:00-7:30 Swimming MB Polar Bear MONDAY Lifesaving MB Swimming MB Polar Bear TUESDAY Swimming MB Lifesaving MB Swimming MB Polar Bear WEDNESDAY Swimming MB Lifesaving MB Swimming MB Polar Bear THURSDAY Swimming MB Lifesaving MB Swimming MB Polar Bear FRIDAY Resica Falls 9:00-9:50 Lifesaving MB Swimming MB Lifesaving MB 2019 Pool Schedule 9:00-10:20 Swimming MB Lifesaving MB TIME 10:00-10:50 Lifesaving MB Swimming MB Lifesaving MB Swimming MB Lifesaving MB Swimming MB 10:30-11:50 Swimming MB Red Cross Lifeguard Swimming MB Red Cross Lifeguard 11:00-11:50 Red Cross Lifeguard Red Cross Lifeguard Red Cross Lifeguard 11:00-3:00 Mile Swim (2:00-3:30 pm) 2:00-2:50 Instructional Swim Swim & Water Rescue Training (12:30-3:30 pm) Instructional Swim Resica Rangers Swim Mile Swim Build Up Instructional Swim Resica Rangers Swim Swim & Water Rescue Training (12:30-3:30 pm) Instructional Swim Resica Rangers Swim Mile Swim Build Up Mile Swim (2-3:30 pm) Mile Swim Build Up Free Swim Mile Swim Build Up 3:00-3:30 Free Swim Free Swim Free Swim Free Swim 3:30-4:30 POOL CLOSED POOL CLOSED Night Owl Swim (8:30-9:30 pm) Night Owl Swim (8:30-9:30) Leader’s Swim w/ Ranger Nick (9:00-10:00 pm) EVENING 2019 Program Guide 15 Resica Falls Scout Reservation TABLE OF CONTENTS TIME Canoeing, Kayaking, Small Boat Sailing Paddlecraft Safety Training (2:00-4:30) Canoeing, Kayaking Rowing, Small Boat Sailing Canoeing, Fishing Kayaking MONDAY Open Boating Canoeing, Kayaking, Small Boat Sailing Paddlecraft Safety Training (2:00-4:30) Canoeing, Kayaking Rowing, Small Boat Sailing Canoeing, Fishing Kayaking TUESDAY LAKE CLOSED Open Boating BSA Stand-Up Paddleboarding Canoeing, Kayaking, Small Boat Sailing Canoeing, Kayaking Rowing, Small Boat Sailing Canoeing, Fishing Kayaking WEDNESDAY LAKE CLOSED Open Boating BSA Stand-Up Paddleboarding Canoeing, Kayaking, Small Boat Sailing Canoeing, Kayaking Rowing, Small Boat Sailing Canoeing, Fishing Kayaking THURSDAY LAKE CLOSED Open Boating Canoeing, Kayaking, Small Boat Sailing Canoeing, Kayaking Rowing, Small Boat Sailing Canoeing, Fishing Kayaking FRIDAY Resica Falls 9:00-10:20 Open Boating Twilight Boating(7:30-8:30 pm) 2019 Lake Schedule 3:30-4:30 LAKE CLOSED 2:00-3:20 10:30-11:50 EVENING NOTE: Because of the distance to the lake, Scouts should plan to spend the entire morning OR their entire afternoon at the lake so it does not interfere with the timing of other merit badges. Scouts WILL NOT HAVE TIME to take a badge at the lake and schedule a session immediately following in the main camp. All boats should be to shore by 4:30 pm. 2019 Program Guide 16 Resica Falls Scout Reservation TABLE OF CONTENTS Resica Rangers– First Year Camper Program R A NG E R R • At 4:00 pm each day, the Resica Ranger patrol will participate in various activities around camp, and explore the different program areas. • In addition to Scout skills and rank advancement requirements, Rangers will have the opportunity to earn Fingerprinting and Space Exploration merit badges. • Those Rangers who pass the BSA Swim Test will additionally work on Swimming merit badge with their patrol. Those Rangers who are Starters or Beginners will work on Instructional Swimming with their patrol. esica Falls is proud to introduce our new First Year Camper Program. The Resica Ranger program is based on the new requirements and will cover skills necessary for Scout through First Class. The Resica Ranger program will be a full day of skill instruction, camp exploration, and engaging patrol activities. About The Program! Our First Year Camper Program is one of the most important programs we offer in camp. A positive experience in camp will help determine a new Scout’s length of stay in Scouting. This program is designed to meet the needs of our youngest campers by reinforcing the values of Scouting and the Patrol Method through a fun, hands-on program. The Resica Ranger program has been created with leader concerns, merit badge opportunities, and unit activity scheduling in mind. The Resica Ranger program is not meant to replace any skill instruction or Troop activity, but we hope to work with the Troops to ensure that each Scout that goes through our program learns more about Scouting and the outdoors. Units with Scouts participating in the Resica Ranger program are encouraged to provide a leader or two throughout the week to aid with instruction. What’s New? There are a few things we would like each Scout to bring to camp to ensure Resica Rangers runs smoothly. The list includes: • Backpack (daypack) • Canteen or water bottle • Scouts BSA handbook (Scout’s name on it) • Hiking Boots suitable for a 5-mile hike • Swim Suit and Towel • Rain gear • Sunscreen and Insect repellent • An improved First Year Camper area with individual and specialized instruction areas for different skills and patrols, as well as a central meeting area. • The Resica Ranger program will consist of a full-day program with Scouts placed in patrols to reinforce the Patrol Method. • Skill instruction will take place between 9:00 am to 12:00 pm, and 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm each day. On Thursday afternoon and evening, Rangers will also participate in a five-mile hike and overnighter. Resica Falls Scout Reservation 17 2019 Program Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS Advancement Skills Covered by Resica Rangers Scout Second Class • (1a-f) Scout Oath/Law, Scout Spirit, Scout Sign, Salute & Handshake, First Class Badge Description, Outdoor Code, and Pledge of Allegiance • (2) describe troop leadership, advancement, ranks, merit badges • (3) patrol method, patrol name/cheer/flag etc. • (4) knots – square, two half hitch, taut-line; care for rope; whipping and fusing. • (5) pocket knife safety • (1b) Leave No Trace • (2a-d) fire/stove, tinder/kindling/fuel, firebuilding • (2f&g) sheet bend & bowline • (3a-d) map & compass, 5-mile hike, hazards & injuries, finding directions • (4) 10 animal identifications • (5) BSA beginner test, safe swim defense, water rescues • (6) first aid, hurry cases, prevention, emergency response, vehicular accident. • (9) three R’s of personal safety; bullying Tenderfoot First Class • (1abc) Overnight Camping and Outdoor Code in Practice. • (2abc) Basic Cooking • (3a-d) Practical uses of knots & wood tools – uses, care and sharpening • (4) – basic first aid, poisonous plants, personal first aid kit • (5) buddy system and safe hiking • (6ab) physical fitness and developing a plan to improve them • (7a) demonstrate how to display, raise, lower, and fold the US flag • (8) leadership and EDGE method • (1b) Tread Lightly principles • (2acd) Menu planning and food preparation • (3) lashings; timber hitch/clove hitch; camp gadget • (4) orienteering course of 1 mile, measure height; GPS current location, destination and route to get from one to the other • (5a) 10 plant identifications • (5bcd) weather safety • (6) BSA swimmer test, safety afloat, boating, line rescues • (7) carries, heart attack/CPR, emergency plan home/ meeting location. • (9a) constitutional rights and obligations of a U.S. citizen Resica Rangers Notes: 3. The Resica Rangers staff at Resica Falls serve as skill instructors. It is the job of the leaders of the troop to ensure that the retention and comprehension of the skills taught is obtained. 1. Rangers should be registered in Doubleknot for Resica Rangers. 2. Rangers should arrive to program on Thursday afternoon ready to go on the 5-mile hike and overnighter with all necessary gear. Gear will be transported to the lake as needed – please make sure the scout’s name & troop number are on it. R A NG E R Resica Falls Scout Reservation 18 2019 Program Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS Adult Leader Activity/ Training Schedule Introduction to Outdoor Leadership Skills CPR Certification Wednesday, 10:00am Location: Dining Hall Trainer: Aquatics Director Monday & Friday, 10:00am Location: Unami Lodge Trainer: Chris Brenner Leave No Trace Training Safe Swim Defense & Safety Afloat Wednesday, 12:00pm Location: Ecology Trainer: Ecology Staff Monday, 12:00pm Location: Pool Trainer: Aquatics Director Trek Safely Thursday, 12:00pm Location: Scoutcraft Trainer: Scoutcraft Staff Home Away From Home Monday, 2:00pm Location: Unami Lodge Porch Trainer: Program Staff Swim and Water Rescue Wednesday & Thursday, 12:30-3:30pm Location: Pool Trainer: Aquatics Director Paddlecraft Safety Monday & Tuesday, 2:30-4:30pm Location: Lake Trainer: Aquatics Director Napping Merit Badge Thursday, 2:00pm Location: Unami Lodge SM/ASM Leader Specific Training Tuesday, 9:00am Location: Unami Lodge Trainer: Council Training Committee Climb on Safely Tuesday, 12:00pm Location: COPE Trainer: Climbing Staff Leaders’ Challenges Monday - Thursday. 4:00pm • Mon. @ Unami Lodge - Caveman Golf Tournament • Tues. @ Sports - Horseshoes Competition • Wed. @ Shop - Leader’s Welding Class (Sign-up in Advanced) • Thur. @ Unami Lodge - Leader’s Regatta Coffee Drinking Merit Badge Wednesday, 9:00am Location: Unami Lodge Resica Falls Scout Reservation 19 2019 Program Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS High Adventure Fawn Run: A week-long hiking program that will take the Scouts on an adventure all over the Resica Falls Reservation. With over 4200 acres, more than 20 miles of hiking trails, and countless scenic overlooks, Resica Falls is the perfect place to spend a week hiking through the woods. With a Philmont-like style of staying at a different camp every night and having exciting activities to do at each new site, Scouts are sure to want to come back for more! High Five Adventure Club: Are your Scouts looking to do a few merit badges at camp, but also want some ADVENTURE?!! Each afternoon, Scouts aged 14 and up will be given the opportunity to go on a different adventure around Resica Falls and the Pocono Mountains. On Monday the Scouts will have an opportunity to pick their excursions for the week, so the activities will change each week depending on what that week of Scouts want to do. The excursion will meet every day on the porch of Unami Lodge at 2pm (unless decided otherwise). Here is a list of possible excursions for the Scouts to pick from: • A hike to Look Out Point, one of the many scenic vistas in camp, followed by a swim in the Bushkill Creek • A shotgun shooting competition that will feature challenging shooting angles, along with black powder shooting • A canoe trip on the Delaware River • A COPE/Climbing day • Dragon Boating & WIBIT on Lake Roger • Action Archery/Atlatl/Sporting Arrows/ Tomahawk Throwing/Knife Throwing • Fly Fishing • The World Famous Three Falls Hike This is a great high adventure opportunity for your Scouts that they won’t want to miss!! PaddleRama: A week-long canoeing trip on the Delaware River. Start out North of Big Springs and end the week at the Delaware Water Gap. Enjoy the natural wonder of the Delaware River. Camp along the river, run some rapids and share experiences with Scouts from other troops in this wet and wild experience. ATV Program: Scouts must be 14 years of age or older to participate in this program. There are four week-long sessions offered, and each session has a limit of 6 participants. The ATV Participation and Hold-Harmless Agreement must be completed and signed by a parent before the scouts arrive in camp. Participants are required to wear long pants, long sleeve shirts, and sturdy boots that cover the ankle while on the course. Per manufacturers standards, participants may not weigh more than 225 lbs. There is a $25 fee per scout for participating in the program. YOU CAN REGISTER FOR THESE ACTIVITIES ONCE YOU ARRIVE IN CAMP Climbing Merit Badge: Climbing Merit Badge will be offered in the afternoons at the COPE course. Resica Falls is located near some of the best climbing cliffs in the Northeast. We offer climbing on our own 42 foot climbing wall. So, whether your older Scouts are novices or experts, Big Springs has something for their skill level. Resica Falls Scout Reservation 20 2019 Program Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS COPE The Resica Falls C.O.P.E. Course is a Week long challenge program. Youngsters have forever been enchanted with heights, trees, ropes, fun, and adventure. Scouts BSA provides opportunities for its members to explore these enchantments. Project C.O.P.E. is an enriched extension of these efforts. against time. More important objectives, including building individual confidence, developing leadership, and inspiring cooperation among team members, are emphasized. Leaders will be offered the opportunity to participate and experience C.O.P.E.. Leaders are discouraged from being spectators of C.O.P.E. as this interferes with the group dynamics of the program. Project C.O.P.E. stands for “Challenging Outdoors Personal Experience.” It comprises group initiative games low-course and high-course activities. Some of the activities involve a group challenge while others test individual skills and agility. Participants climb, swing, balance, jump, rappel, and think of solutions to a variety of activities. Most do more than they ever thought they could do. This is a half-day program — morning only. PARTICIPATION REQUIREMENTS: • Be at least thirteen years of age as of the Sunday of your week in camp. • Have approval from parents and their Scoutmaster. • Complete COPE Application and email firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to camp. Project C.O.P.E. is an exciting outdoor activity that can be used to attract and hold the interests of older Scouts in Scouting. It offers a set of stimulating activities designed to meet the needs of today’s young people who are seeking greater challenges to their physical and mental abilities. The underlying goals of a Project C.O.P.E. course are consistent with the methods of Scouting. Group activities are ideal for emphasizing the patrol method and developing leadership. Individual activities help promote personal growth. A C.O.P.E. course provides an opportunity for every participant to achieve success as an individual and as a member of a patrol or team. The activities are not designed to be competitive or to be a race Resica Falls Scout Reservation REQUIRED C.O.P.E. EQUIPMENT: • Jeans or dungarees • Work gloves (leather preferable) • Sweat shirt (long sleeved) • Strong belt (no large buckle) • Bandanna or neckerchief • Gym shoes or sneakers (with good tread) 21 2019 Program Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS Aquatics Program Canoeing: Canoes may be taken out for general use during any of the open boating periods. No more then two people can be in a canoe. Only swimmers can take out a canoe. PFD’s must be worn at all times. Safely afloat and safe swim defense orientation: Each leader will have the opportunity to receive training in the safety afloat and safe swim defense plan. This will qualify the unit leader to hold boating and troop swims anytime and anyplace during the year. A two year certification will be presented to the leaders who take this opportunity. After completing safety afloat and safe swim defense, a leader may take the troop to the Bushkill Creek, set up and run a safe swim area. Scouts are not permitted to swim in the Bushkill without Adult supervision. Canoe Trips: Resica Falls offers a Troop the opportunities for all types of canoe trips on the Delaware River. Whether you want a half day, whole day or an overnight canoeing experience, we can help you plan your trip. This program is ideal for the second year and older campers who are swimmers. These Troop trips are available by pre-arrangements through your commissioner or even before camp. A canoeing overnighter can give your Scouts additional cooking and camping experience, and they can all count on getting a little fishing in. You must have two qualified leaders on the trip and two leaders back in camp if only part of your Troop participates. Trips may be postponed should weather or river conditions warrant it. Only swimmers may participate in a Troop canoe trip. A trip plan must be filed at the time of departure. Small boat sailing: Sailboats may be taken out for general use during any of the open boating periods. Only swimmers can take out sailboats but not until they go through a sailing check-out orientation. Personal flotation devices (PFD’s) must be worn at all times. Row boating: Rowboats may be taken out for general use during any of the open boating periods. No more then three people can be in a boat. A nonswimmer must be accompanied by a certified lifeguard in order to take out a rowboat. A beginner may take out a rowboat provided they are accompanied by an adult swimmer. All boaters must wear PFD’s at all times. RED CROSS lifeguard: This program is offered to certify Scouts and interested leaders as lifeguards. The program is very intense and requires all week to be completed. Upon completion, Scouts and leaders will be awarded a two year certification. As lifeguards are required for all aquatic activities back at home, Troops are encouraged to have Scouts and/or leaders participate by talking to the aquatics director. Cost DRAGON boating: We offer a unique opportunity for patrol team building in the form of Ancient Chinese Dragon Boating. Group size should be 8 to 10 Scouts or leaders. Resica Falls is the only Scout Camp with this program. Dragon Boating Sign Ups at least 24 hours in advance with Lake Director. Resica Falls Scout Reservation 22 2019 Program Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS Aquatics Program (Continued) must be released unharmed. Bring your own rod and reels to camp. Fishing Merit Badge is taught at Lake Roger. for Red Cross Lifeguard is $200, which includes CPR. CPR training is also available as a separate activity on Wednesday morning for $75. All Red Cross Lifeguard participants must register for the course prior to the week of their arrival at camp. Additionally, all participants must complete their online modules prior to their arrival at camp. There will not be any opportunity to complete these online trainings while at camp. It is only a $100 fee for the Red Cross Lifeguard recertification program. Some online classroom work must be completed prior to your arrival at camp. For enrollment and questions regarding this program, please contact our aquatics director at email@example.com. FLY-FISHING: The Bushkill Creek offers some of the best fly-fishing around as it is fully stocked with trout. Anyone 16 years & up must have a PA Fishing license in order to flyfish at Resica Falls. An application for a license can be found on the PA Fish and Boat Commission website at www.fishandboat. com. The Bushkill Creek at Resica Falls is fly-fishing only and with all fish being catch and release. A buddy must accompany Scouts while fly-fishing. Fly-fishing is available on the Bushkill from well above and well below the falls. There is no wading by Scouts into the Bushkill. A note by the Scoutmaster attesting that the Scout has caught, identified and released the fish unharmed is sufficient for merit badge purposes. Bring your own rod and reels to camp. Fly-fishing Merit Badge is taught at the Native American Village. Polar Bear: The polar bear program is a program for everyone in camp. Show up at least three days for a pre-breakfast swim and earn the honor of being in the polar bear club. Members of the club are eligible to purchase a special patch at the trading post. Unit leaders should keep track of attendance. PADDLE BOARDS: Paddle boards can be used during Mile Swim: This program is offered to help improve any of the open boating periods. Only one person awareness of being physically fit. It is a five day may be on a paddle board at a time. Only swimmers program which includes discussion, and four days of can take out a paddle board. PFDs must be worn at all swim work-outs culminating in a complete nonstop times. BSA Stand-Up Paddleboarding - required to mile swim on the fifth day. Upon completion, Scouts attend both sessions are awarded the certification card and the right to wear the mile swim patch. Swimming In the Bushkill: The camp has many exciting swimming holes along the Bushkill KAYAKING: Kayaks can be used during any of the open Creek to give your Troop the opportunity to set up boating periods. Only one person may be in a kayak and run a safe swim area at a place other than the at a time. Only swimmers can take out a kayak. PFDs pool. Some of these are ways to combine a nice must be worn at all times. dip with a hike and perhaps a bag lunch. Possible destinations include: Cool Dip, Little Falls, Chapel Fishing: Lake Roger and Lake Ann offer great fishing Pool, Piano Pool, and of course, Fossil Rock. A trip and are loaded with blue gills. A PA Fishing license plan must be filed at the time of departure. IS needed for fishing at these lakes for everyone 16 and over. Rowboats may be used by Scouts and WIBIT AQUA PARK: This fun aqua amusement park leaders qualified as swimmers. The boats may be can be used during any of the open boating periods. reserved with the lake director in advance. PFD’s The Lake Director will determine the number of are required by all boaters. There will be no fishing people permitted on the elements at a time. Beginners permitted from any boat docks, or within 100 feet of & Swimmers can use the Aqua Park. PFDs must be the docks along the shore. A buddy must accompany worn at all times. Scouts to the lake. A note by the Scoutmaster attesting that the Scout has caught, identified and released the fish unharmed is sufficient for merit badge purposes. Scouts may keep one fish according to all state laws if they wish to cook and clean it at their campsite though at least one of the two fish Resica Falls Scout Reservation 23 2019 Program Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS Aquatics Program (Continued) Boating on Lake Roger person who has been classified as a non-Swimmer must be accompanied by a lifeguard while boating on the lake. They can be passengers in tandem kayaks, canoes, and rowboats. A beginner must be accompanied by an adult Swimmer, and may use canoes, tandem kayaks, and rowboats. Only Swimmers are permitted to use kayaks during open boating. Sail boats are not available for open boating. Everyone wears a PFD at all times while in the boating area. Please consult the Lake Director for rules regarding use if the Wibit Aquapark attractions. Big Springs offers boating on Lake Roger. Scouts and Leaders can sail, row, canoe, or even Dragon Boat. You can also fish from the shore or boats on our beautiful lake. The trail to Lake Roger leaves the main part of camp from behind the trading post. It is about a 20 minute, scenic trail up to the lake. Leaders may also drive Scouts to the lake on the access road, located about one-half mile up Route 402 from the main entrance of camp. There are also opportunities for troop boating in the afternoons. Troops need to supply their own leadership Rowing, Canoeing, Kayaking, and Small-Boat Sailing and lookouts. A staff member will also be present to help merit badges are offered at the lake. The lake is open our Troops. during regular program times. Scouts can come up anytime before closing time to work on badges. NOTE: Open Boating subject to watercraft availability. Merit Badge classes receive preference with boating According to the regulations of Scouts BSA, each Scout equipment. and adult who wishes to use the boats at the lake must be accompanied by a buddy and have a buddy tag. A Resica Falls Scout Reservation 24 2019 Program Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS Unique Opportunities at Resica Falls Hike to one of our Beautiful Vistas Here at Resica Falls we have many beautiful destinations around camp that your group can hike to and take in the scenery. Your commissioner can help you plan a hike to any of these locations in camp. • The Resica Falls • Little Falls* • Lookout Point • Signal Mountain • Lake Roger • Lake Anne • Beaver Lake • Indian Flats • Bushkill Bluff • Piano Pool* • Chapel Pool* • Cool Dip* • Fossil Rock* *Denotes swimming hole Canoe Trips While your Troop is at Resica Falls, consider taking an afternoon out of camp to canoe the Delaware River. We can arrange a more relaxing trip for troops with less experienced Scouts, or a more strenuous trip for those that are experienced canoers! These trips can be arranged through your commissioner. Learn About Raising Fish Having a World-Class Fly Fishing stream running through our camp not only allows us to teach Fly Fishing Merit Badge in the perfect setting, but it also allows us to be able to teach more about raising fish. We have our very own fish hatchery on the property and would love to let your Scouts feed the fish while they learn about how they are raised and how we get them acclimated to the new waters once we release them. Dragon Boating This is a great patrol for a group of 8-10 Scouts or leaders. Challenge another patrol or unit to a race. Be sure to file a Trip Plan with the Camp Office for all trips. You can also request to take a bag lunch with you on your trip. Locations marked with an asterisk above are great swimming holes. If you would like to go swimming while on the hike you will need to have the Aquatics Director sign off on your Trip Plan. Resica Falls Scout Reservation 25 2019 Program Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS Unique Opportunities (Continued) COWBOY ACTION SHOOTING at RESICA Falls WESTERN FUN The program offers a fun and safe introduction to cowboy All youth participants are required to have written permission from their parent or guardian before they can take part in the program. action shooting with pistols, rifles, and shotguns. While attending camp, Scouts and Venturers 14 years of age or older can take part in a special shooting experience with opportunities to shoot single-action .22-caliber pistols, leveraction .22-caliber rifles, and 12-gauge or 20-gauge shotguns. TRAINED SUPERVISION The cowboy action shooting program is conducted by NRA-certified instructors with pistol, rifle, and/or shotgun certifications (will have all three if using all three types of firearms). Each cowboy action shooting participant will be accompanied by a certified pistol, rifle, or shotgun instructor (depending on the firearm being used) who is actively involved in every shot and all of the gun handling. All Range Safety Officers and instructors for this program possess current credentials for the discipline they will be instructing. In various old-time western scenarios, Scouts play “good guys” who prove their accuracy by shooting at things like spinning metal targets where they hit the spinner to “ring the bell.” All shooters choose their own cowboy action names before starting so the NRA instructors—dressed in cowboy attire—can call them by those names. YOUTH REQUIREMENTS Scouts and Venturers who are over the age of 14, or are 13 Scouting BSA Youth Protection policies for two-deep leadership must be maintained at all times. and have completed the eighth grade, may participate in this activity. Resica Falls Scout Reservation 26 2019 Program Guide
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