Camp Flying Eagle Rules & Regulations:

Facilities at CFE include:

           Pool                              Waterfront                                Rifle/Shotgun/Archery Range            
           Dining Hall                    Kitchen                                     Training Lodge
           Handicraft Building       Rotary Pavilion                         Trading Post                 
           Amphitheater                Hot Showers                             Health Lodge                
           Activity/Sports Field      Covered Activity Shelters          Gilwell Field                  
           Cabins w/bunks            Ecology Lodge                           Staff Camping Area

CFE has (11) campsites that will accommodate 350-400 Campers per weekend. The campsites are reserved through the Council Office by filing a Tour Permit at least two weeks in advance.

Russell Hild - Tent only camping, covered shelter, flagpole, fire ring, picnic tables, latrine with toilet, cold shower, and washing station. Cleaning tools are also provided.

Judd - Tent/Cabin camping, covered shelter, fire ring, picnic tables, latrine with toilet, cold shower, washing station, and cleaning tools.

Kiwanis - Tent/Cabin camping, covered shelter, flagpole, fire ring, picnic tables, latrine with toilet, cold shower, washing station, and cleaning tools.

Saunders - Tent only camping, covered shelter, fire ring, water, and picnic table. Shares a Latrine with O�Neil Campsite.

O�Neil - Tent only camping, fire ring, picnic tables, latrine with toilet, cold shower, washing station, and cleaning tools.

Marie Selby - Tent/Cabin camping, covered shelter, fire ring, picnic tables, latrine with toilet, cold shower, washing station, and cleaning tools.

Cedar Hammock - Tent only camping, flagpole, fire ring, picnic tables, latrine with toilet, hot shower, washing station, and cleaning tools.

Calusa - Tent only camping, flagpole, fire ring, picnic tables, latrine with toilet, cold shower, washing station and cleaning tools.

Bill Selby (A) - Tent/Cabin camping, covered shelter, flagpole, fire ring, picnic tables, latrine with toilet, cold shower, washing station and cleaning tools.

Bill Selby (B) - Tent only camping, fire ring, picnic table

Bill Selby (C) - Tent only camping, covered shelter, picnic tabl

The Ranger/Camp Master may REASSIGN sites when units arrive at Camp

Use of camp equipment such as canoes/trailers must be arranged for at least two weeks in advance with the Camp Ranger who will determine rental fees.

Check-In Procedure:

Units can start checking-in after 5:00 p.m. on Friday unless special arrangements have been made with the Camp Ranger--- IN ADVANCE. When you arrive at camp see the Camp Master or Ranger (located in Administration building). The first group of a unit arriving should bring the tour permit. Units without a tour permit WILL NOT be allowed in camp. BSA insurance is not valid unless a tour permit has been issued by the Council Office. Note that some Council/District events are covered by a �Master Tour Permit� and individual unit permits are not required. If you have a question concerning the need for one, ask your Council Office. In addition to the tour permit you should be prepared to provide a roster of youths and adults, any special scheduling of camp facilities, and any special needs your unit might have. If you require the use of the pool, waterfront, rifle/shotgun range, Archery range, BB gun range, or C.O.P.E., your will also need to provide proof of qualified/certified supervision. You will then be directed-to or escorted-to your campsite. The Camp Master will arrange your Sunday checkout and collect any fees for the weekend.

CHECK-OUT PROCEDURE

THE CAMPMASTER/RANGER MUST CHECK YOUR CAMPSITE FOR CLEANLINESS AND DAMAGE BEFORE THE UNIT LEADER CAN LEAVE CAMP.

At the scheduled time, the Camp Master or ranger will check your campsite, latrine, and other facilities used with the unit leader (Cub Scout Packs) or Senior Patrol Leader (Boy Scout Troops). Once the checkout is complete, you must vacate the site and take your trash to the dumpster located in the parking lot. The burned material must also be cold-out and carried out with your trash. Checkout must be complete by 12:00 p.m. unless other arrangements have been made with the Ranger.

ADULT LEADERSHIP

ALL UNITS USING COUNCIL CAMP FACILITIES MUST ADHERE TO THE �TWO DEEP� LEADERSHIP REQUIREMENT OF THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA. Co-ed Explorer Posts/Venture Crews must have at least one male and female leader. Units not having two leaders will not be allowed in camp. If for some reason your leadership falls below the minimum required, contact the Camp Master or Ranger. They may be able to help or find help temporarily. Units who cannot meet the �TWO DEEP� minimum leadership requirements will have to leave camp.

 The following items ARE NOT ALLOWED in Council camps:

            Alcoholic Beverages                                          Illegal Drugs

            Personal Firearms/Archery Equipment                Fixed Blade Sheath Knives (Any Length)

            Fireworks/Explosives                                         Family pets (dogs, cats, snakes, pigs, etc.)

            Bicycles (except for special programs approved by Council)

            Golf carts, motorcycles                                      Electric Weapons

            Martial Arts Weapons, machetes                        Pepper Spray

Anyone found with ANY of the above items WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE CAMP IMMEDIATELY !

Use of tobacco products by adults over 18 years of age is restricted to areas designated by the Ranger. The parking lot is the designated smoking area. Use of tobacco products by minors is forbidden on camp property.