Your Scouting Resources Online:
CampMaster is Sagamore
Council's event reservation and management website.
Reservations can be entered and payments can be made
online. Units using Packmaster or Troopmaster can
easily export their membership data to CampMaster so that
names will already be in the system. Set up your
account now! Be sure to watch the training for unit
leaders (link below) also.
Training for Unit Leaders (Slides)
This slide show training
details the procedure to use the CampMaster system to make
reservations for events, upload or enter participants, and
also how to pay fees for events online through the
for Exporting Data from Packmaster or Troopmaster to
CampMaster Reservation Website: Click
are able to find everything that is included in the
Sagamore Signals newsletter and much more. The Sagamore
Signals website has interactive maps, information and news
from each district, camping & activity news, training
information, downloadable forms, a dynamic online
Council calendar, and more!
Camp Buffalo’s website is
an essential website for Webelos families! This site
offers tons of information about Boy Scout Summer Camp
programs, and is a great resource for any Scout or family
joining us for a week of summer camping, as all
crossing-over Webelos should. Photos and
introductions to all of camp’s program areas are easily
accessed. Summer Camping is the highlight of the
Scouting year, and campbuffalo.com is your best resource!
Cary Camp, home to Cub
Scout and Webelos Resident Camp, has a young website with
useful information about resources and programs at Cary.
Photographs of the McAllister Hall dining hall addition
and information about Resident Camps are available on this
Home of our Order of the
Arrow Lodge, www.takachsin.org
has many resources for Arrowmen and Scouting families
alike. The Lodge newsletter and other OA
communications and Lodge facts are posted, as are
“Where-to-go-Camping” resources. Information for
non-members seeking to know more about Scouting’s
“Brotherhood of Honor Campers” is also available.
Boys’ Life, the official
magazine of the Boy Scouts of America, has a FANTASTIC
website! This site includes a bunch of fun games and
a lot of information about having fun in Scouting!
the Official Website of the Boy Scouts of America.
Here, you can find everything you could possibly want to
know about the Boy Scouts of America! This site has
detailed resources for Cub Scouting, Boy Scouting, and
Venturing, information on National programs and
initiatives, and links to other official BSA websites.
The Fact Sheet section is particularly useful for anyone
who wants to know anything about Scouting!
“My Scouting” is the
national website for almost 20 online training courses,
including Fast Start and youth protection. It’s
also the only site for you to apply for the 2010 National
Scouting magazine is the
BSA’s resource for registered leaders. Many
relevant and interesting excerpts from the magazine are
available for viewing, and article submissions and
“letters to the editor” are also accepted. If
you need program help or leadership ideas, visit
The official website for
the National Scouting Museum and Youth and Family Research
Center, this site is a basic resource for those interested
in visiting the showcase of Scouting’s history. An
introductory video is available for viewing.
Update: Annual Health & Medical Record
(including online youth protection training)
Annual Health & Medical Record
The 2011 update to the
Annual Health and Medical Record consolidates all records
from the National Council and the three national
high-adventure base forms, enabling a single medical form
to be used across all BSA activities. This new form
supercedes the old form. It is required for
participation in all Scouting events, including day and
resident camps and high-adventure bases. Click
here to access this Annual Health & Medical Record
Update. FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions) have also
been updated. Click
here to access FAQ's.
Advancement reports can be entered online directly from
your home! Click
here to log in to the Internet Advancement tool.
As your Pack or Troop adds
members, they don’t automatically update in Internet
Advancement—you have to tell the system to download your
new members. First, be sure to submit all of your pending
I-ADV updates. Then, click "start over" and
select "load roster" so that your I-ADV system
will download the updated list of your registered youth
from ScoutNet. This will update your I-ADV roster to all
the Scouts you currently have registered in the National
All packs, troops, and crews now recharter
here to go to the online rechartering tool. Have
your instruction packet that you received from your
district on hand.
Log in to www.myscouting.org
to access online training, youth protection, tour permits,
and a host of other scouting functions. Have your
member ID number (on your membership card) ready to set up
your account for first-time use.
If you are logging in to take the Youth Protection
Training for your first BSA adult registration, you can
set up an account now and link it to your BSA member ID