Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco

Boy Scout Resident Camp

Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco has been a premier site for Boy Scout camping for over seventy five years. No-Be has been
known by Scouts and Scouters for its beauty and signature mountain view for over 85 years. With easy access to
the Delaware River and other local attractions, Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco is perfectly located to offer a well-rounded challenge
second to none for any Boy Scout Troop.  And with horseback riding and newly designed mountain biking trails, Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco
offers a great program for scouts of all ages.

If a Scout cannot attend with their own Troop, they can camp on their own “provisionally.” Even if this is their first year or sixth, they will always find excitement at Camp!

Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco 2018 Dates and Information

***Boy Scout Troops ONLY***

2018 Fees:

Early Bird Fee: $410 per scout (If paid in Full By April 15th) (Includes T-Troop)

Standard Fee: $455 per scout (If paid in Full after April 15th) (Includes T-Troop)

Leaders Fees—$130 per leader (at least 2 complimentary leaders are included with your Troops Reservation)

Provisional Early Bird Fee: $460 per scout (If paid in Full By April 15th)

Provisional Standard Fee: $505 per scout (If paid in Full after April 15th)

Please Note: Webelos Crossovers attend at early discount rate regardless of date.

Leaders Fees = the minimum number of adult leaders required to meet national
state and local standards are free (please see your camp leaders guide for specific
requirements); each additional leader beyond the minimum required is $130.00
per session.  

T-Troop Information Packet -
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Registrations Now Open!

2018 Unit Site Deposit - Click Here

2018 Resident Camp
Week 1: July 1 - July 7
Week 2: July 8 - July 14
Week 3: July 15 - July 21
Week 4: July 22 - July 28
Week 5: July 29 - August 4

Week 6: August 5 - August 11

Provisional Weeks
Week 1: July 1 - July 7
Week 5: July 29 - August 4
Week 6: August 5 - August 11

Special Sessions
T-Troop Provisional



The Staff of No-Be-Bo-Sco

Our trained, experienced staff will make sure that your stay at Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco will be enjoyable yet challenging.  They strive to help each camper develop character, leadership and a strong sense of duty to family, God, community and themselves.

The staff knows that a happy camper is warm, dry, clean and well fed.  The staff will work hard to make sure that your unit is happy and comfortable.  Our staff is hand picked and of the highest caliber.  And, as always, our key staff is BSA National Camping School trained and certified.

Meals At No-Be

Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco is well known for its excellent cuisine. Not your average camp fare and cooked from scratch in many cases.  You also get to enjoy meals in the largest remaining open-air dining hall east of the Mississippi. In harmony with nature, this is camp dining at its finest.


Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco has provided a premium Scouting experience for the Boy Scouts in the New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania area continuously since 1927. The camp borders the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and is right on the Appalachian Trail. All of our facilities are inspected and certified by the BSA and the State of New Jersey

Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco can easily accommodate any size troop. Troop sites have two-person tents with cots. Each site has a latrine, wash stand, picnic table and dining fly. There is a central shower house with plenty of hot water. A large sports field, the 'A' field, is available for unit and inter-unit competition.

Special Programs

Merit Badge Program - All of the traditional merit badges are offered in our program areas; Aquatics, Field Sports, Handicrafts, Nature, Scoutcraft and Shooting Sports at our newly renovated Rifle ranges

Mountain Biking - For individual Scouts 13 and over, or as a unit activity for all ages. The mountain biking program has recently been expanded to provide new challenges. You can bike for fun or to start on your Cycling Merit Badge requirements (which can now be used as a required badge for Eagle Scout).

Camp-wide Games - NoBe's camp-wide games are the stuff of legend. The staff goes all out to run this program. Scouts test their skills and have fun in competitions related to the theme for the summer.

First-Year Camper Program - For Boy Scouts new to the camping experience. This program helps them become acclimated to camp life. It also starts them our on their requirements for Tenderfoot, Second Class and First Class during their stay. It is known as the "First Class Adventure".

Health and Safety

Our main concern is safety from the trails to the waterfront to the campsites. Our resident EMT mans our newly constructed health lodge 24 hours a day. Physicians are on call 24 hours a day and arrangements are made with nearby hospitals for higher care if needed.



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