I've been to camp several time as an ASM. However, this year was my first as SM and it tended to be somewhat stressful.
We had six boys and a total of four adults. Here is what I had to deal with:
1. A sixteen year old Scout who is starving for attention and has a propensity to get into trouble...which he did. In the showers, he took water hose and sprayed the dry clothing of other boys in another troop. The SM of the other troop went to the Camp Director, who in turn, came to me. When I asked him why he did it, the boy responded "it was funny at the time".
The same boy was also signed up for the C.O.P.E. course. When he realized he wasn't going to go down the zip line the first day, he lost interest. He attended a total of three days until the C.O.P.E. director asked him not to return as he was not taking the course seriously and was a "major accident waiting to happen".
2. A twelve year old Scout who was sent to camp by his parents with an ingrown toenail that was infected. No one knew about it until two days later when he was limping. When asked, he said he stubbed his toe. I made him go to the medical office and glad I did. His left big toe was three times the normal size and NASTY looking. Medic (EMT) that treated his toe thought I would have to take him to an emergency room sixty miles away. After soaking it in warm water, the puss from the infection began to ooze out. The Scout was require to see the medic three times a day for soaking, cleaning and close monitor. A medical doctor (OB-GYN) attending camp with his troop checked on it to make sure infection was not getting out of hand.
I had called the parents to let them know what was going on and they "swore" they didn't know it was that bad. The Scout told me that his parents knew...had made an appointment two weeks prior, but got "busy" with other things and canceled the appointment.
3. A committee member (father of one of the Scouts), who I had to constantly remind that we MUST follow Youth Protection guidelines and must have at least two leaders at the camp site when any Scouts are present. He had a propensity to leave to go "exploring" and several times left me or the other leader in camp alone with Scouts. We had to quickly gather Scouts and take them down the hill where other adults were around. He also thought several rules were stupid (no kids riding in bed of pick-up truck; no lighting fires with white gas; no adults in shower area when Scouts are taking showers; etc.) Of course, this is a committee member who will not attend training. I finally told him that if he doesn't not attend training, he was not allowed to go on anymore outings. The COR backed me up and he is scheduled to attend the next training session offered by the district.
With so much drama, I didn't have time to enjoy camp too much. Also, it rained five of the seven days we were there.