Camp Wolfeboro

Eagle's End

Eagles End Entrance

In this program area, Scouts can expect to be engaged in discussions on community functions, speech and debate topics, and government at the local, state, federal, and international level. Eagle’s End works to develop good citizenship in scouts while offering fun and engaging activities.

Trail to Eagle

American Heritage (Offered in odd number years )

For scouts who want to learn more about American History and Culture. Can be completed at camp, and friendly to scouts of all ages.

Architecture

Citizenship in the Community, Nation, and World

Scouts can earn their Citizenship Badges at camp if they complete the prerequisites. Citizenship in the World is completable at camp and covers international government and foreign relations. Citizenship in the Nation covers the Unites States and federal affairs. Citizenship in the Community covers local government and is geared to give scouts a head start on the badge.

Communication

This merit badge is a good place to start for scouts who want to earn their eagle required merit badges. Along with the daily sessions, scouts will be expected to participate in activities at their campsite in order to complete this merit badge.

Crime Prevention

Covers our legal system and crime prevention methods. Scouts will be able to participate in a loss prevention program at the Trading Post. It is a fun and educational session for those who complete it at camp.

Inventing

 

Personal Management

 

Public Speaking

Scouts will learn how to address groups and give speeches if they take this course. Those taking this session should expect a lot of speeches in order to complete this course.

Scouting Heritage (Offered in even numbered years)

 

Venturing

Sea Scouts

Exploring

International

Highlander

Shooting Sport

STEM

Scouting for Food

Order of the Arrow