238 Acres to Explore This Summer at Camp Seton

Not involved in the Scouting program?  Not a problem! For six weeks this summer boys and girls can experience what Greenwich Scouting’s outdoor program is all about. Boating, swimming, campfire cooking, fishing, archery, slingshots, BB’s, hiking, climbing, handicrafts, woodwork, songs, skits, and learning scout skills.

“Seton Scout Reservation has all the amenities of a resident camp,” said Kevin O’Shea, Council Scout Executive.  “We have year-round cabin facilities, two lakes, 15 campsites and over 5-miles of hiking trails.  Most of our first time camp families are in awe that this property exists right here in Greenwich.”

Campers catch native species of fish all summer long on Lake Hillegas including trout, bass, catfish, perch and sunnies.

For over fifty years, the Greenwich Council, BSA has been offering summer camp programs for scouts and non-scouts at Camp Seton.

Campers learn valuable life skills through the iconic BSA program that builds character, leadership skills, and citizenship.

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Summer Sessions 2019
June 24th – August 9th
Monday – Thursday 9:00am – 4:00pm
Fridays – 9:00am – 3:00pm

Cub Scout Camp (Boys & girls grades 2-5)– Nothing stirs the imagination or interest of a young child like spending time in the outdoors. Each week campers will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities from fishing, boating, swimming, archery, BB shooting, bouldering, and more!  Boys and girls are separated by Dens and meet together for Friday campfire and special themed days.

Boy Scout Adventure Camp (Boys grades 6-8) – Outdoor program for boys with or without Scouting experience!  Each week campers will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities including canoeing, swimming, ax and whittlin’ skills, archery, rifle shooting, climbing, orienteering, and more!


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Campers can descend the 42 ft. climbing tower on the zip line or by rappelling at Camp Seton.

Lake Hillegas is at the center of program at Camp Seton with row boats, canoes, and paddle boards for campers to enjoy.