Why should you come to Camp Mattatuck Summer Camp? The most highly dedicated staff in the state are ready to give you the best week of the summer. There are so many activities for scouts of every age that they will not want to leave. Mattatuck has the best and most complete waterfront in New England with instructional swimming, boating, canoeing, sliding seat sculls, sailing, springboard diving, an underwater orienteering course, the largest kayak fleet and the ever popular blueberry lilypads. Oh yeah, don't forget the ever popular BLOB. The Archery program and instruction are tops. The Climbing Tower is the most famous in the country. The COPE course brings scouts back year after year. These are only a few of the reasons.
Camp Mattatuck’s Boy Scout summer camp runs five one-week sessions starting in early July and running through mid-August. Scouts can attend with their troops or attend with scouts from other troops through our provisional camping program. Scouts and leaders stay in wall tents in one of our twelve campsites, with come furnished with bunks and mattresses, and three meals are served daily in the Rotary Dining Hall. Mornings and evenings generally consist of instructional and troop activities, while afternoons provide ample opportunities for merit badges. Mixed throughout the day are fun activities such as: Swimming, Boating, Sailing, Rifle, Archery, Shotgun, Fishing, Climbing, Mountain Biking, Geo-caching, and many more.
The following are the dates for the 2015 camping season:
Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts and Webelos Resident Camp 7/5-8/8
- Cub Scout Day Camp, 7/6–7/24
Cub Family weekend, 7/25-26
Cub Mini week, 7/6-9
Cub Resident mini week - 7/19-21 and 7/26-28
Call Camp Director Chris Moon for information 203-217-7871.
Sign up at www.ctrivers.org
Camp Mattatuck hires and trains a staff of over fifty Scouts and Scouters. Many of our area directors are certified by Boy Scouts of America National Camping Schools. Camp Mattatuck’s staff members tend to return summer after summer including our camp director for the past 44 years. If you are interested in becoming a staff member or CIT, go to http://www.ctrivers.org/resources.