Lake Coeur d’Alene provides the ideal waterfront for a comprehensive aquatics program. Swimming, water-skiing, motor boating, sailing, kayaking, canoeing, and rowing are just the beginning. Camp Easton also offers snorkeling, paddle boarding, SCUBA, and 24-man "war canoes" as well as a water trampoline, slide, and climbing summit.
Camp Easton is located in Gotham Bay on the East side of beautiful Lake Coeur d’Alene. Camp Easton is the perfect venue for Scouts BSA resident camp with its 383 acres of forested land and 3/4 mile of lakefront and sandy beach.
In addition to a premier aquatics program, Camp Easton offers a variety of programs in shooting sports, scoutcraft, nature, and more! The dining hall provides campers with great meals and Scouts will appreciate the variety of activities offered. Camp Easton has programs for Scouts of every age!
EASTON CAMP SESSIONS
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The Camp Pricing was restructured in 2020 based on a 5-year plan. CLICK HERE for a brief explanation of those changes.
($410 Early-Bird Rate if all payments finalized by May 1, 2021)
($190 Early-Bird Rate if all payments finalized by May 1, 2021)
*For every 10 youth in your registration your Troop will receive a $50 discount on an adult leader!
2021 PER-YOUTH FEE SCHEDULE
Deposit: $40**, Due between Oct 1, 2020, and Jan 31, 2021
Second Payment: $160, Due between Feb 1 and Mar 28, 2021
Final Payment: $230, Due between March 29 and May 31, 2021
All class fees must be paid no later than the second day of camp to account for schedule changes.
**The Per-Youth deposit is non-refundable. This guarantees slots for youth in your troop (even if the youth coming to camp changes) so please confirm your youth counts as early as possible as this will not be refunded for any reason.
Additional youth can be added to your reservation at any time up to two weeks before camp as long as space is available; however, once you have secured a youth slot we will turn away new Troops in favor of your reservation if the camp is full.
PROGRAM DIRECTOR, ANDREW BELL