2023 Ten Mile River Rates

Camper Type Early Bird Rate
Paid in full by 4/1/2023
Rate (After Early Bird)
Unit Camping (Per Scout) $615 $640
Provisional Camper  $625 $650
Eagle Camper  $640 $665
TREK (14-20 years old)* $665 $690
Scuba Camp  $850 $850
Adult Leaders**  $300 $300

*Additional Cost: Canoe rental $32 or Kayak Rental $34 per day, per person

**Adults leaders not qualifying as free (based on the chart below) will be charged $300 per week. However, if your unit brings 5 or more Scouts you will qualify for the following;

If your unit brings: Your unit will get: If your unit brings: Your unit will get:
5 – 9 Youth to Camp 2 Free Adult Leaders 25 – 29 Youth to Camp 6 Free Adult Leaders
10 – 14 Youth to Camp 3 Free Adult Leaders 30 – 34 Youth to Camp 7 Free Adult Leaders
15 – 19 Youth to Camp 4 Free Adult Leaders 35 – 39 Youth to Camp 8 Free Adult Leaders
20 – 24 Youth to Camp 5 Free Adult Leaders 40 – 44 Youth to Camp 9 Free Adult Leaders

Please note that Venturing Crew participants between the ages of 18 to 21 do not qualify as adult leaders.

Discounts:

Additional Week of Camp – Specialty Camp & Provisional Camping Discount (Youth): $150 per week discount

Additional Week of Camp – Camping with your Unit (Youth): $75 per week discount for Scouts attending additional weeks

Arrow of Light Crossover Discount: All cross-overs will receive the Early Bird Discount if registered by 5/1/2023. Must message 640camping@scouting.org to receive a discount after 4/1/2023.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What are the dates for the early bird discount?
A: Campers can receive an early bird discount if they are paid in full by 4/1/2023. Any campers with a balance after 4/1/2023 will pay the standard rate.

Q: What are the dates for the crossover Scouts?
A: Webelos crossing over to Scouting are eligible for the Early Bird Discount through 5/1/2023. All crossover participants must be registered by 5/1/2023. Please message 640camping@scouting.org to receive the discount after 4/1/2023.

Q: What are the dates for the campership and scholarship requests?
A: Visit nycscouting.org/campership for more information on campership/scholarship requests, dates and how to apply.

Unit Legacy Recognition Credit

Units that camp with Ten Mile River Scout Camps for multiple years may be eligible to receive the unit legacy recognition credit. A unit must attend a TMR camp, have at least two leaders and four Scouts, and file next year’s Hold-a-Place by the end of the unit’s week at camp to qualify for a legacy recognition credit. A unit may camp at any of the Ten Mile River Scout Camps to gain a legacy recognition credit.

The unit’s legacy recognition credit will reset to zero if a unit does not attend a Ten Mile River Scout Camp and will begin again when the unit returns to Ten Mile River.

The unit will be rewarded with a camp gift card, based on a percentage of the unit’s youth summer camp registration fees. The amount goes up at the third, fifth, seventh, and ninth years, as shown in the chart below. Campership assistance payments are excluded when calculating the rebate.

Rebates will be made to the unit in the form of a GNYC gift card made available in September. The card can be used for camp and unit charter fees and at the GNYC Scout shops.

Rebate Recognition Levels 

Year 1 – Qualifying Year 5 – 5% rebate Year 9+ – 10% rebate
Year 2 -Qualifying Year 6 – 5% rebate
Year 3 – 3% rebate Year 7 – 7% rebate
Year 4 – 3% rebate Year 8 – 7% rebate

So, for example, if a unit attends TMR in the summers of 2019, 2021 and 2022, they would receive a gift card for 3% of the fees paid for summer 2022 in September 2022. 2020 is skipped because TMR did not operate that year due to COVID-19 restrictions.

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