Winter CampA Scout is Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, and Reverent.

If being outdoors in summer heat of July isn't your thing, we invite you to experience Winter Camp at Camp Ho Non Wah. Charleston is very seasonable all-year round, and December is quite comfortable here, though we wouldn't advise a dip in the Bohicket... unless you're taking part in the Polar Bear Swim!

Winter Camp does offer a full complement of merit badge courses, many of which are not offered in the warmer months. A slightly smaller camp population means more hands-on time and individualized attention for each camper. This is a great option for troops looking for a unique camp experience, or for the provisional scout looking to wrap up a few loose ends before his Eagle Scout Project.

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Dates & Deadlines

  • October 1: Winter Camp online registration opens
  • November 15: Initial payment of $35/Scout
  • November 29: T-shirt orders due
  • November 29: Late fee applicable for dropped Scouts

  • Winter Camp Session 1: December 27 - 31

Fees for Camp

  • Early Bird Camper Fee (before 11/22): $150
  • Standard Camper Fee (on/after 11/22): $165

  • Adult Leader Fee: $75

Programs Offered


American Cultures W
American Heritage W
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Astronomy W S
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Basketry S
Bird Study S
Camping S
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Citizenship in Nation W S
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Drafting W
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Energy W
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Farm Mechanics S
Fingerprinting W S
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Rowing S
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Scouting Heritage W
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Stamp Collecting W
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Water Sports S
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