FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Arrival & Departure

Overnight Campers (3rd-12th gr. )

  • Arrive: Sunday, August 6th – Gates open at 4:00 pm sharp
  • Depart: Friday, August 11th – 9:00 am pick up.  Please plan to leave camp by 10:00 am

Ponies Day Camp (1st-2nd gr. )

  • Arrive: 1:00 pm on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday, August 8th-10th
  • Depart: 4:45 pm each day

Cost

  • All Ponies (1st & 2nd gr. ): $60
  • 3rd-7th gr.: $260
  • 8th-10th gr.: $300
  • All Junior Staff: $95
  • Sending Mail to your Camper

    Kids love to receive mail at camp.  Please remember not to send candy, gum, or other things that critters like to eat!

    • POP Servant Camp
    • Name,  Unit
    • PO Box #10
    • Cannon Falls, MN  55009

    General Information

    Where can I download the forms I need?
    You can find them on the registration section of our website, here.

    Where do I send mail to my child at camp?
    Send mail to:  camper’s name, camper’s unit, Camp Phillipo Scout Reservation, PO Box 10, Cannon Falls, MN 55009

    Where do campers sleep at Servant Camp?
    3rd graders sleep in cabins. 4th through 12th graders sleep in platform tents. Each tent sleeps 2, and is on a platform with 2 other tents.

    What happens if there is severe weather while Servant Camp is in session?
    The Boy Scouts monitor weather hourly; if severe weather is present, they will sound their alarm system or come and notify each unit group to come to the basement of the dining hall.

    Can campers bring cell phones and other electronics to Servant Camp?
    No, we ask that campers leave their phones and other devices at home. Junior Staff can use phones as timepieces and cameras when they are working as staff with campers.

    What if a camper gets sick while at Servant Camp?
    Campers will be well cared for by our M.D, Paul Zenker, and our RN, Anne Varevice.

    Is it okay if a camper brings extra food to Servant Camp in case they get hungry?
    At Servant Camp, we keep the food out of our sleeping quarters and suitcases, in case there are animals nearby. Campers don’t need to bring extra food; snacks are provided. If food is brought for dietary reasons, it can be kept in the dining hall.

    My unit is going on a bike trip. Where should I bring my bike?
    Bring your bike with you to Servant Camp; we will transport it to the bike trail.

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