The Land Made For Scouting
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Griswold Scout Reservation is a Scouting Reservation located near Gilmanton Iron Works, New Hampshire, United States. There are two summer camps located within it: Hidden Valley Scout Camp and Camp Bell.
Covering over 3,500 acres (1,400 ha) of forest, lakes, and mountains, the Scout Reservation was first run by the Norumbega Council. In 1971, the Daniel Webster Council acquired what was then called the Hidden Valley Scout Reservation. In 2000, the camp acquired additional land, which it named Camp Bell, and the total reservation was renamed Griswold Hidden Valley Scout Reservation.
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In 2022, we are using Jotform as an online HIPPA-compliant system to collect medical records. Each week has a unique link for submitting med forms. Click a week below to upload your medical form.
Week #1 – June 26th to July 2nd
Week #2 – July 3rd to July 9th
Week #3 – July 10th to July 16th
Week #4 – July 17th to July 23rd
Week #5 – July 24th to July 30th
Week #6 – July 31st to August 6th
Week #7 – August 7th to August 13th
Week #8 – August 14th to August 20th
Have up to May 31st to confirm the names of all attending camp.
Both Camp Bell and Hidden Valley have many options to choose from!
Check-in with your Scouts on their progress in badges. View their progression at a moment’s notice!
About Hidden Valley Scout Camp
Enjoy a week with your troop or come on your own as a “provisional” camper. Hidden Valley offers a sure-fire way to advance in Scouting, develop new skills, and have the time of your life. Come back year after year… there’s always more to do!
Each week we offer a variety of Merit Badges for three-morning sessions. In the afternoon, we run patrol and troop activities. Your Senior Patrol Leader and youth leadership team can design an afternoon program that appeals to their individual interests.
About Camp Bell
At Camp Bell, your patrol or crew will choose unique programs featuring skills from the past and modern adventures. Spend each day together having fun and trying new things. You’ll even prepare your own meals in your campsite with ingredients from the Commissary. There’s no better way to fine-tune your camping skills!
Patrol programs for more fun with your Scouting friends! Choose unique programs featuring skills from the past and modern, action-packed adventures.
Options for both new Scouts and veteran campers. Challenge Valley extreme obstacle course, Foxfire (Revolutionary trades), Logging Camp, Mountain Man, Native American program, Equestrian, Brownsea Area, Bell Farm, Aquatics, All-Terrain Vehicles, COPE Ropes Course, and more! Outposts and treks are available at Camp Bell. Patrol cooking in the campsites.