Buddy system: CITs can travel in groups of three during the day and groups of five at night, never alone. Campers should be with a Leader at all times unless instructed otherwise. Do not go anywhere without permission from a leader. Always use the buddy system. Know the boundaries. Learn the aquatics buddy system.
Arrive on time for all activities, especially flag ceremonies and meals. If you happen to arrive late, please enter slowly and quietly.
Keep your campsite in good condition. It is every camper’s responsibility to keep their campsite clean and neat. Always pick up trash, even if it is not yours.
All campers should observe quiet hours between midnight and 7:00 am. Noise travels in the outdoors. Respect others’ rights to a restful sleep. Always keep your voices low.
Never enter a campsite or activity area without asking “Permission to Enter.” Wait for an acknowledgement before entering.
Remember you are a guest in the woods. Walk only on the paths so as not to damage the wildlife.
Do not harm or go near animals. Never pick any plant life at camp. Leave the wildlife of camp alone.
Do not dig holes, climb trees or fences, or carve on trees.
Do not throw stones, twigs or food at anyone, animal or on the ground.
Food is not permitted in the sleeping areas.
No fighting. Be honest. Never touch another camper’s belongings.
No running and/or screaming at camp.
Treat everyone with courtesy and respect.
Obey the Scout staff or other adults in charge of the area.
If you find something that is not yours, it should be turned into the leader.
Flashlights are to be shown on the ground – not someone’s eyes.
Only battery operated lamps or lanterns are permitted inside tents.
Never spray anything inside your tent.
Report any damage to your leader.
Disobeying the rules can result in your parents being called to come pick you up or other disciplinary action.