Looking to spend more time in camp? Want to give back to Scouting and camp? Musser Scout Reservation is always looking for volunteers to help make camp an even greater place!
A positive camping experience begins with welcoming and enthusiastic hosts. The campmasters fill this role of hosts during a weekend of camping. This group of registered Scouters perform unit check-in and check-out, as well as opening the Trading Post and helping with any problems that may arise. Campmasters are also encouraged to offer program for the Scouts in camp or assist with a camp improvement project.
Campmastering is a great way for a group of adult leaders to enjoy all the fun that camp has to offer in a whole new way. Select the weekends you want to serve as host, and schedule your weekend with Musser Campmaster Chairman Jerry Rafter!
Has your unit always come to Musser? Are you interested in sharing the Musser camping experience with others? Join the camp promotions team to help teach others about what Musser has to offer. Whether it’s promoting camp at district roundtables, or sharing weekend stories at a Pack meeting, we’re always looking for help promoting the Cub Scouting adventure.
To join the camp promotions team, contact Ted McDonald, Council Camping Chairman.
Have a special skill that can make our camps a better place? Want to help make our camps shine? Be a part of the Cradle of Liberty Council Ranger Corps! This dedicated group of volunteers will assist the camp ranger in keeping everything working at Musser. From roofers to plumbers, electricians to carpenters, and everyone in-between, the Ranger Corps works side-by-side with our camp ranger to bring our camps to bring camp to life!
To join the Ranger Corps and begin serving with camp improvement projects today, reach-out to Ranger Lynn.
Does your unit have a few leaders or parents who love camp and want to help us improve it? We are excited to reintroduce our Adopt-A-Cabin/Adopt-A-Campsite program in an effort to upgrade the many structures and campsites throughout Musser Scout Reservation. Your unit will “adopt” a cabin or campsite to help make it welcoming and functional through general repairs and beautification upgrades.
Do Scouts in your unit need to complete service hours for rank advancement, school, or religious institution? What better way to accomplish those hours than giving back to one of our camps! Units can either come to camp for the day or spend a few hours during a weekend camping trip helping make Musser Scout Reservation a better place. To arrange a service project, Contact Ranger Lynn.