We have decided on our camp for this summer! Wah-Tut-Ca www.wahtutca.net
Q: Where is Wah-Tut-Ca Scout Reservation?
A: 292 Blakes Hill Rd, Northwood, NH 03261
For Scout mail please include Troop 22 and Medicine Bow campsite.
Q: How much does camp cost?
A: For the first week if your troop is eating in the dining hall the rate is $305 discounted and $350 regular.
Q: How much do pictures cost?
A: Photos are $8 a piece. They will be taken on Monday and can be picked up on Friday.
Q: When should I arrive at camp?
A: We will leave the Spellman parking lot at 8:30 AM to be at camp for the mandatory camp tour at 12:30.
Q: How many vehicles are allowed in the site?
A: Leader vehicles will be allowed into the site, one at a time, to drop off gear however once they are unloaded
they MUST be parked in one of the camp lots. No vehicles will be allowed to remain in the sites without the
camp director’s permission.
Q: What should I have ready for check in?
A: You should have 3 full rosters (2 for camp, 1 for the troop) with all the Scouts’ names, addresses, and
emergency contact info.
Q: What do you mean by contact info?
A: We would like to know how to get in touch with each Scout’s legal guardian. We know they are probably off
enjoying a week of freedom but in case of an emergency we need to have a way to get in touch with them
whether it’s a home phone, cell phone, or Caribbean hotel phone.
Q: Does everyone need a med form?
A: They sure do. Everyone who will be in camp for more than 24 hours must have a valid med form.
Q: Do I have to hand in all of my medications to the nurse?
A: YES! They must be kept locked up at the health lodge. (Except albuterol, and epi-pens)
Q: Are visitors welcome?
A: Sure thing. All visitors that they MUST first sign in at the service
center and get a wristband. If they’re going to stay for meals don’t forget to purchase additional meal tickets.
Q: Is the troop allowed to stay Friday night after the campfire?
A: Absolutely. In fact we really hope you will stay for the campfire and if you want to stay the night that’s great.
Just so you know the staff will not be available for any services and no meal will be served Saturday morning.
Q: What time is lights out?
Q: What’s the policy on cell phones?
A: We ask that all Scouts leave their cell phones at home along with other fancy electronics. This cuts down on
the chance of loss and one-sided dining hall conversations that start with “Can you hear me now?” If any adult
wants to bring their cell phone for work, business, etc. we ask that you please leave it in your car when you’re not
Q: One of my Scouts has dietary issues. What do I do?
A: It is really helpful if you inform the camp director before you arrive. Also please inform the dining hall
steward when you take the tour and we’d be happy to accommodate you. Please note that the food budget doesn’t
allow us to accommodate the “Steak and Lobster” diet.
Q: Can I bring my own guns or bows to camp?
A: For insurance reasons we can’t allow you to use your own firearms. Please leave them at home.
If you have a question, comment or suggestions, please E-mail: Michael Warner
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