West wrote:Well, how many winter weekdays would the boys be able to use it anyway?
scoutaholic wrote:Our council has a few properties that they do rent out. There is a big training faciility up the canyon, which also includes the cub day camps, and 11-Year-Old scout day camp. There are a few cabins, and plenty of tent space. Camping there is a fairly good price, and I know many groups have used it. The facility also includes a pool, and small lake (for canoeing). To rent either of those costs A LOT, and they require you to meet the Safe Swim & Safety Afloat guidelines (including a BSA Lifeguard). They have a lifeguard that you can hire, but he is also expensive. They won't rent the canoes and such. You have to bring your own if you rent the water. The big lodge is supposedly available for rent, but it is usually in use for scouting things, and the cost is outlandish. Besides the high cost, they charge extra to use the kitchen, and they require the renter to get a $1,000,000.00 temporary insurance policy. When I asked about the lodge and water facilities a few months ago, they told me they are rentable, but noone ever has. With the prices they quoted me, I doubt anyone ever will.
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