Rescue 911 Camp, 6/25-7/1


Rescue 911 Camp is a 7-Day/6-Night Sleep Away Camp for Scouts BSA and Venturers.


UPDATE: Registration OPEN through June 18th


Rescue 911 Camp is a week-long overnight camping experience where Scouts can focus on earning safety and preparedness merit badges.

Camp runs Sunday through Saturday. Parents and Families are invited to the closing campfire on Friday at 8PM at CVO.

This is a provisional Scouts BSA/Venturing Camp. You do NOT need to sign up with your unit.

This camp operates the same week as our Film & Art Camp and Shooting Sports Camp. Participation is not concurrent and registration is separate per camp.



  • Campfires, camp-wide games and general Scout camp fun!
  • Earn four safety and preparedmess merit badges: Emergency Preparedness, Fire Safety, First Aid and Wilderness Survival.


Camp Fees

  •  Early Bird Fee is $375, includes camp t-shirt and patch.
  •  The Registration Fee is $400 after June 2nd.

Space is limited to 28 campers. This is a provisional Scouts BSA/Venturing Camp.


Forms and Welcome Packet


VHC Electronics Policy

Electronic devices such as phones, tablets, walkie-talkies, handheld gaming devices, and other electronic media are NOT allowed at camp. Camp Staff are provided your contact information as well as emergency contact information in case you must be alerted for any reason.



Parent Orientation Night for IN-PERSON Summer Camps is June 7th.


For questions, email


A Safe & Exciting Summer Adventure

As we all know, living with COVID has become reality. Please know that the Camp Staff at Verdugo Hills Council is committed to a safe and fulfilling summer of camping. Your Scout's safety is our number one concern! As LA County Protocols are changed or amended, our safe camping practices will change as well. For the most up-to-date Verdugo Hills Council Policies regarding summer camping, please visit it here.


Peanut Policy for Verdugo Hills Council Camps

Sensitivity to peanuts and food made with peanuts is an increasing risk to Scouts with such an allergy.  At Verdugo Hills Council, we ask that no peanuts be brought into our camps.

Foods sent in for snack or lunch at our Cub Day Camp should be carefully checked to make sure they are peanut free. Any food or snacks sent via Camp Mail to our Resident Camp Programs should also be carefully checked as well!

This means that all food products can not contain peanuts and can not have the following warnings: “may contain…”, “processed in a facility…”, and “manufactured on shared equipment…”

Scout families can help ensure that our camps stay peanut free by reading packaging labels and by reminding children not to share food with other children at camp.

Thank you for your help in making summer camping in Verdugo Hills Council a healthy and rewarding experience for our Scouts!

 - Camping & Outdoor Program Committee


Registration closes at 11:59pm, June 18th or when capacity is reached.This camp operates the same week as our Film & Art Camp and Shooting Sports Camp. Participation is not concurrent and registration is separate per camp.

  •  During registration, check that your Scout's rank is current as of JUNE 25TH.
  •  UPDATE t-shirt size during registration.

File Name Description
Annual Health and Medical Record Form, A, B1, B2, C Fillable form required for some programs. Check respective program webpages to see if this form is required. Download
The Adventure Begins...VHC Summer Camps 2023 Brochure Full VHC Summer 2023 offerings for Cubs, Scouts BSA and Venturers. Download
Welcome Packet! 2023 Scouts BSA Camp Guide Mandatory reading for all Film & Art Camp, Rescue 911 Camp and Shooting Sports Camp registrants! This welcome packet includes pertinent information and REQUIRED FORMS. We recommend reviewing before the June 7th Parent Orientation meeting. Download