CDB Work Day Information

Camp Daniel Boone is more than a place... it's family.

Over the last few months, this concept has become abundantly clear by the actions of countless volunteers that have already helped out with clean-up activities and maintenance projects around Camp- totaling over 3,500 service hours in all! 

Let's keep the momentum going! Our Camp, while pristine in it's natural beauty, needs maintenance to keep it welcoming for Scouts and Scouters in the years to come. Sign up to lend a hand using the form below.

Workday FAQ's:

 1) How can I help?

Camp Daniel Boone is grateful for any manpower and resources to help repair and maintain Camp- we're looking for adults and youth who can work on specific projects, such as campsite & facility repair, debris clean-up (mother nature can be a bit messy), etc..

2) What should I bring with me to the work day?

A good pair of work gloves, boots or shoes that can get dirty, a water bottle, lunch/snacks, sunscreen, and raingear! Other than that, we'll provide all the supplies you'll need.

3) Who can come to the work days?

We welcome any Scouts and/or Scouters from anywhere to come lend a hand- just be sure to fill out the form below to let us know you're coming!

4) What about Cub Scouts? Can they come help, too?

Sure! We welcome all members of our Scouting Family to come out and pitch-in. However, the bulk of our projects require skilled help from adults and older youth. Just let us know that you're coming with younger Scouts and we'll find age-appropriate projects for you to tackle.

5) Can we camp out on the weekend that we plan to attend a workday?

Sure thing! Camping accomodations (Cabins and tent platforms) are available in the Arrowhead Campsite. Please note that if you're staying in the cabins, you may want to bring your own sleeping mat. Otherwise, you're free to pitch a tent!

6) What if we want to come help on a weekday?

Please do! Just be sure to contact Ranger John (see contact info below) in advance so he can prepare.

7) Who should I contact with questions?

Please contact:

Ranger John Nixon: / (828) 648-0435


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