Q: Is it to late to add scouts to Camp? A: It is never too late to add scouts. You can add them right up to the Sunday you arrive. Please let us know as soon as you can and we will make sure your site is ready.
Q: Is there a discount for BSA National high Adventure camps? A: Yes, we offer a $200 discount for any Scout attending Sea Base, Philmont, Northern Tier or the Summit. You can enter the number of scouts attending one of these on the final payment worksheet. Proper documentation is required with your final payment.
Q: Do you offer Adult Leader Training? A: Yes, SMS and IOLS are offered each week. Go HERE for more information. Along with Safe Swim Defense, Safety Afloat and Climb on Safely.
Q: Do you offer meals on Sunday Night? A: Troops and Scouts staying at Fun Friends Adventure or Yawgoog Leadership Experience should plan on eating supper prior to arriving at Camp. Webelos will have a light snack of pizza. Scouts staying for more than one week will eat in the Medicine Bow Dining Hall Sunday Night.
Q: Can a parent stay at the Webelos Outdoor Adventure? A: As long as the parent is registered with the Pack and has a current Youth Protection Training Cert. They will register on line as well.
Q: What is the Sibling or Brother discount? A: EACH brother will receive a $50.00 discount for attending Yawgoog. This discount does not apply to the Yawgoog Leadership Experience or an additional week at camp. It does apply to brothers attending in Webelos and/or Troop Camping.
Q: Where do I send the final Payment? A: Final payments should be mailed to Camp Yawgoog, 61 Camp Yawgoog Road, Rockville, RI 02873
Q: I can't find where to make the final Troop payments on line? A: Final payments need to be mailed to camp along with the final payment form.
Q: Does Yawgoog have a GAGA pit? A: Yes, we have three of them!
Q: I applied for a campership but have not heard back. A: In this case call: 401-351-8700 ext. 12. Kristina will be glad to assist you.
Q: When should we arrive at camp on Sunday? A: Troops typically arrive Mid to late afternoon. Check-in begins at 3:30 and we ask that all troops check-in by 6 PM.
Q: When can parents visit? A: Visiting hours at camp Start at 9 am and we ask that all visitors are out of camp by Taps which is 9:45 PM. We ask that you sign in at the Bucklin Memorial before you venture out to camp.
Q: Do you return Health Forms to us at the end of the week. A: All health forms are kept locked in a secure location in the Health Lodge. They remain the property of Narragansett Council. Please make copies before you come to camp.
Q: What do you offer for people with Food Allergies? A: Food Allergies are no problem at Yawgoog. You can fill out a diet request form HERE.