2022 Camp Dates

July 10 – July 16  Scouts BSA resident Camp


2022 Camp Registration

PLEASE click the link below to register: 

 2022 Scout Resident Summer Camp Reservation Form


Please remember that all parts of the Medical Record (A, B, and C) must be filled out for both Scouts and Adults before Camp!


2022 Camp Fees

Early Bird Rate is available until May 31, 2022 

In Council Fees:

 Early Bird Rate w/FOS Discount

$370/per Scout

 Early Bird Rate

$390/per Scout

 Regular Rate w/FOS Discount

$430/per Scout

 Regular Rate 

$450/per Scout

Out of Council Fees:

 Early Bird Rate

$410/per Scout

 Regular Rate

$470/per Scout


 High Adventure Bundled Fee:*

$390/per Scout

Fee for Adults**:


* This is a discounted fee for Scouts in Troops that are also attending any of our High Adventure Base Treks.
** For every 8 youth attending Resident Camp 1 adult is free up to 2 adults (1 adult/8 youth up to 2).

2022 Scouts BSA Resident Camp forms:

Camp Guide (coming soon)

Health & Medical Record

Campership - Scholarship Assistance Application


The Scouts BSA resident camp experience provides an excellent forum for Troop, Team, and Crew members to hone their existing skills and learn new ones all while having fun in the great Alaskan outdoors. It is a place of learning, meeting new friends, and just having fun.
Scouts BSA resident camp is an important part of every youth’s Scouting experience. It provides memorable experiences. Swimming, boating, shooting sports, mountain boards and Project COPE will provide both traditional Scouting activities and new and unique experiences. Every Scout needs to attend Scouts BSA resident camp because every Scout will be positively impacted by Scouts BSA resident camp experiences while having copious amounts of fun just not possible anywhere else.
Scouts BSA resident camp doesn’t just help the Scout. Scouts BSA resident camp will also strengthen every Troop, Team or Crew that attends. The single week spent at Lost Lake Scout Camp this summer will build the year-round program of each Scouting unit. If our goal is truly to impact more young people, then summer camp must be a part of our year-round program. 





2021 Camp Happenings and Recap!


 Congratulations to Lost Lake Scout Camp for earning their accreditation this year.

Awesome job by the staff and leadership!

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<--Scouts getting instruction in Scout Craft.      

The outdoors makes a great classroom.                                        

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    Staff members lead the camp in the-->

Grand old Duke of York just before dinner



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guests prepare

for the day's closing ceremony

prior to dinner with the Scouts

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  Lunch is being served.-->

It's great to see a

full dining hall again!


The Lost Lake Scout Camp Scouts BSA 2021 resident camp took place during the week of July 11 this year with one hundred and four youth and thirty-five adult leaders attending. We were pleased to have almost half of our campers attend from the Great Alaska Council in the greater Anchorage area. Six different program areas were operated with over fifty merit badge classes offered.

The Lost Lake Scout Camp was fortunate to have a stellar group of staffers, both adult and youth, who brought a variety of skills and knowledge to be shared through various merit badge and program area offerings. Their professionalism, dedication and efforts were indispensable in making our camp a success. The staffers were indefatigable during the staff week of training and program preparation, as well as during the week of camp, often performing additional duties such as dishwashing and kitchen support after a full day of teaching merit badges.

Camp Director Chuck Byers, and Program Director Chris Castillo, brought with them many years of scouting experience and an unflagging dedication to the BSA mission. Their long hours spent in preparation during the months preceding camp, and their hard driving efforts during staff and camp weeks, were integral to the outstanding experience Lost Lake Scout Camp was able to provide.

The Midnight Sun Council sends out a big thank you to all the units who attended, to all of the staff and volunteers who made it possible, and to all those who work behind the scenes to make scouting in Alaska the rich and rewarding experience it is. We hope to see you all next year!



VIDEO:    Lost Lake Scout Camp - Summer Camp - July 15

VIDEO:    Lost Lake - Friday Night Camp Fire and Awards  -  from George Stover on Vimeo.

VIDEO:    Lost Lake Scout Camp - What Scouts are saying  -   from George Stover on Vimeo.

VIDEO:    Lost Lake Scout Camp - July 3-17, 2021 slideshow  -  from George Stover on Vimeo.





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