Adventure Awaits!

Summer Camp Directors Chat

Join us to hear from our Camp Leadership Team about our 2023 camp programs. There will be a general session and then breakouts for the more detailed questions for each camp. Please pre-register to get the Zoom meeting access! Please pass this along to others who should hear about summer camp!



Located on the outskirts of Manchester, New Hampshire, Camp Carpenter is a 250-acre wooded property that is the Daniel Webster Council’s Cub Scout Summer Camp and home of Granite Base Camp.

Operated by Daniel Webster Council, Camp Carpenter is a top-notch program center located in Manchester, New Hampshire.  The adventure awaits you with many types of activities which may include archery, art and crafts, BB gun shooting sports, field sports, nature, Scout skills and many other themed activities. When visiting Camp Carpenter you will want to be sure to check out Fort Friendship, Pirates Cove, and the Indian Village. Camp Carpenter is where Scouting all begins!

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Summer Camp Medical Forms

Everyone attending camp must have a completed BSA Annual Health and Medical Record (AHMR, No. 680-001) with Parts A, B, and C completed within 12 calendar months. This requirement includes campers, den chiefs, and adults. Part C is the physical examination signed by certified and licensed healthcare providers recognized by the BSA (MD, DO, nurse practitioners, and physician’s assistants).

In 2022, we are using Jotform as an online HIPPA-compliant system to collect medical records. You will need to fill out Parts A and B online. A medical provider will need to sign Part C, which you can then upload to the online system. Medical forms will need to be completed by May 31st to give our medical team time to review them. Click here to review our  Camp Vaccination Policy

Medical Form Submission Details

Each week has a unique link for submitting med forms; reach out to your unit leader to verify which session your pack is attending. Click a week below to upload your medical form.

Week #1 – June 26th to June 30th
Week #2 – July 3rd to July 7th
Week #3 – July 10th to July 14th
Week #4 – July 17th to July 21st
Week #5 – July 24th to July 28th
Week #6 – July 31st to August 4th
Week #7 – August 7th to August 11th

Summer Camp Fee Schedule

Save on summer camp fees with an Adventure Card! 

Camp Carpenter

Full Price – $530

Early Bird – $500 (April 1st)

Full Price with an Adventure Card – $480

Early Bird Price with an Adventure Card – $450 (April 1st)

Final payments due on or by May 31st

Sleepover Camp Weeks

Sleepover Camp Week #1: June 26th to July 1st

Sleepover Camp Week #2: July 3rd to July 8th

Sleepover Camp Week #3: July 10th to July 15th

Sleepover Camp Week #4: July 17th to July 22nd

Sleepover Camp Week #5: July 24th to July 29th

Sleepover Camp Week #6: July 31st to August 5th

Sleepover Camp Week #7: August 7th to August 12th

About Camp Carpenter

Camp Carpenter consists of nine campsites, 6 Adirondack shelters (lean-tos), 8 unheated cabins and program theme areas. The Dan Beard Trail follows the camp boundary and Long Pond is suitable for water and boating activities. The camp can be used for day or overnight activities. Camping, hiking, fishing, orienteering, cooking as well as snowshoeing, sledding or ice fishing in the winter are some of the many activities that units can take advantage of. Scouting families can also use the camp facilities.  Consider having a Cub Scout birthday party at Fort Friendship or Pirates Cove.

Camp Carpenter is the home to the Lawrence L. Lee Museum which houses one of the largest collections of Scouting Memorabilia in the world. The Manchester Scout Shop is also at Camp Carpenter. BSA uniforms, literature and equipment can be purchased here.