There are 14 permanent campsites located at Camp Royaneh. Each site has its own unique character and attribute. Your campsite will be your home for the week at Royaneh. Each campsite has either multiple tent platforms with two-man canvas tents or open air cabins. Refer to the Camp Map on the Resources page.

Your campsite will also have the following:

  • A central fire ring and fire tools
  • A bulletin board
  • A flag pole (you should bring your own US Flag to fly during your stay at camp)
  • A nearby washstand, KYBO or Shower house. Remember a Scout is clean and your campsite should be a reflection of that. The site should be kept free from litter and your KYBO should be cleaned on a daily basis.


Campsite Garbage
Do not attract wildlife! Empty ALL campsite garbage nightly. The garbage dumpster is located west of the Dining Hall. You can pick up some garbage bags in the Dining Hall. There are no garbage cans in the campsites because they cause a false sense of security from the wild critters.


Campsite Maps
Some units find it helpful to have their tenting arrangements worked out before arriving at camp. It makes for more time on arrival day for other issues that may arise. If you are one of those units, there is a map of that camp site and its suggested maximum occupancy for the number of tents that are there on each camp page.


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