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Baiting Hollow Scout Camp
Located on the North Shore of Long Island and serving Scouting since 1926, Baiting Hollow Scout Camp is Suffolk County Council's camping program headquarters.Click Here
Centennial Coin Grant
Congressional Act H.R. 5872, authorizing the sale by the U.S. Mint of the BSA Centennial Coin, has made it possible for the BSA Foundation to acquire significant new funds to be granted to BSA local councils.Learn More
EPIC ROAD QUEST
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COVID-19 Advancement FAQ's
Answers to your questions regarding advancement for all of our Scouting programs. Also find out how your Life scouts can apply for an extension for Eagle Scout.Learn More
Baiting Hollow Scout Camp has Summer Camp programs for Scouts of all ages! Find the camp program that is right for you and come join the FUN!
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Andrew McMorris Memorial Walkathon & 5K
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Important Update from the Council President - August 2, 2020……Suffolk County Council of the Boy Scouts of America announced today that they have been made aware of a camp staff member testing positive for COVID-19. The staff member had been asymptomatic and was tested as part of their college’s return to school protocol. The Council and Camp are in direct communication with the Suffolk County Department of Health. Out of an abundance of caution several other staff members and several Scouts have been advised to self-quarantine. Following the guidelines of the Health Department and our own procedures, the camp is being thoroughly cleaned and will remain open.
“The health and safety of our Scouting family is the only thing that matters. We have conducted our camp with the highest level of safety protocols and despite all efforts, the pathogen found its way into our program. We now shift our focus to support everyone involved”, said Boy Scouts of America, Suffolk County Council President, Dave Colford. Those who may have been in contact with this staff member have already been notified.
We are continuing with our summer camp plans. Any updates to our summer camp program will be posted to the Council’s website at: www.sccbsa.org
Any questions with regards to this information, Baiting Hollow Scout Camp, or related matters can be submitted to Jim Grimaldi at: James.firstname.lastname@example.org
Updated Office and Scout Shop Hours:
The Suffolk County Council office will be open Tuesday-Friday from 10am-4pm for material drop off ONLY. Our receptionist will be on site during those hours but most staff will not be holding regular office hours. We do have a large dropbox - Black Mailbox - outside our front door for anyone to drop off paperwork at any time. It is checked every day. The Scout Shop is also open for shopping Tuesday - Friday 10 - 6pm and Saturday 10 -1. Please note that the scout shop will be closed for 30 minutes every day for lunch from 2:00 - 2:30pm
Due to construction on Horseblock Road for the foreseeable future, the office is not accessable going west on Horseblock. Please follow these directions to our office and shop: Take LIE exit 66 south. Make a right at the traffic light for County Route 16 and then a left at the second traffic light onto Scouting Blvd.