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The Dickson Nature Lodge is a camper favorite Goose Pond. It will comfortably sleep 16 in one large bunkroom, with a separate front room containing a counter, stove, and refrigerator. During the winter, the Capouse campsite latrine is located a few steps away. Shady areas around the lodge allow for up to 10 2-man tents to be pitched.

Lodge Capacity: For small to medium sized units

Special Features: Moderately wooded with central clearing

Latrine type: Latrine is at nearby Capouse campsite

Heat type: Propane wall heater and woodburning stove

Lodge Specifics

The Nature Lodge is used during the Summer as the camps Nature educational headquarters and as a residence for some of the senior Staff.

Fall, Winter, and Spring features:

  • Accommodations for 16 campers
  • Water generally at the Lodge from mid-May to early September.
  • Usually accessible during the winter, occasionally with some restrictions

Location of Lodge in Camp

Lodge Floor Plan

Lodge Capacity: For medium sized units

Special Features: Moderately wooded area with bunk rooms and kitchen

Latrine type: Latrine is at nearby Lenape campsite or Visitor's Latrine

Heat type: Central Propane

Lodge Specifics

The Handicraft Lodge is used during the summer as the camp Handicraft educational headquarters and as a residence for some of the senior staff.

Fall, Winter, and Spring features:

  • Accommodations for 30 campers
  • Water generally at the Lodge from mid-May to early September.
  • Usually accessible during the winter, occasionally with some restrictions

Location of Lodge in Camp

Lodge Floor Plan

If you are looking for a nice, shady place to camp, Delaware may be the site for you. Close to the neighboring Capouse site, it is ideal for a unit that is big enough to take up both sites or for the unit that likes camping with a sister unit nearby. Across the road from Slocum and just down the road from the COPE course.

Site capacity: For medium to larger sized units
Special Features: Woody center with nicely shaded woods on edges
Latrine type: Modern-style pit latrine

Site Specifics

Delaware in the Summer features:

  • 14 2-man platforms with tents
  • 2 metal-framed cots with mattresses in each tent.
  • Program tarp & Dining Fly
  • 1 Picnic Table
  • Woody center area makes this site a shady haven with some sunshine
  • Has it's own latrine and washstand.

Fall, Winter, and Spring features:

  • Platforms remain in place and may be used with your own tents.
  • Water generally at site from mid-May to late September.
  • Usually accessible during the winter

Location of Campsite in Camp

Location of Delaware Campsite in camp.

Campsite Layout

Campsite Layout

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Slocum is one of our larger sites and has a number of terrific features. The topography of the site is a shallow-rise hill, with the lower half on a relatively flat area near the COPE Road. The deeper you go into the site the higher the terrain rises, although not enough to make you huff and puff going from top to bottom. The platforms are arranged so that the site can easily be divided into upper and lower groupings, while the Adirondack-style shelter offers some additional protection from the elements. Platforms in the lower half of the site all face in towards the open center, while platforms in the wooded upper section form a ring and face downhill towards the center.

Site capacity: For larger sized units or two or three smaller units
Special Features: Grassy center with nicely shaded woods on edge, wooded upper section
Latrine type: Classic-style pit latrine

Site Specifics

Slocum in the Summer features:

  • 23 or 24 2-man platforms with tents
  • 2 metal framed cots with mattresses in each tent.
  • Program tarp & Dining Fly
  • 2 Picnic Tables
  • Adirondack shelter sits on divide between the two sections
  • Large, open lower center area yielding a good amount of sunshine during the day and a shady section on the top.
  • Has it's own latrine and washstand.

Fall, Winter, and Spring features:

  • Platforms remain in place and may be used with your own tents.
  • Water generally at site from mid-May to late September.
  • Usually accessible during the winter

Location of Campsite in Camp

Location of Slocum Campsite in camp.

Campsite Layout

Campsite Layout

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Seneca is a nice, airy site with a large clearing at the center. The site faces the Pond and is backed by a rock ridge at the rear of the site and is surrounded by woods which offer some shade during the daylight hours. Ease of access with a trailer and the proximity to COPE make this site ideal for older Troops and Venture Crews.

Site capacity: For medium to larger sized units
Special Features: Grassy center with nicely shaded woods on edges
Latrine type: Modern-style pit latrine

Site Specifics

Seneca in the Summer features:

  • 14 to 15 2-man platforms with tents
  • 2 metal frame cots with mattresses in each tent.
  • Program tarp & Dining Fly
  • 2 Picnic Tables
  • Large, open center area yielding a good amount of sunshine during the day.
  • Has it's own latrine and washstand.

Fall, Winter, and Spring features:

  • Platforms remain in place and may be used with your own tents.
  • Water generally at site from mid-May to late September.
  • Usually accessible during the winter

Location of Campsite in Camp

Location of Seneca Campsite in camp.

Campsite Layout

Campsite layout not available at this time

Site Gallery

If you are looking for an opportunity to do Outpost -style camping for your summer resident camp experience, we have just the thing for you with this beautiful site. Wide open spaces, lots of room, and its own entrance make this site a real favorite for off-season and summer resident campers alike. Pioneer sits on a bluff across the road from the main camp and is definitely off on it's own. Yet it isn't so far from the main camp that you can't be part of all the great things that make Goose Pond what it's famous for. You get the best of both worlds at Pioneer - on your own and able to participate in all the programs the Pond offers when you want them.

Site capacity: For large sized units or several smaller units camping together
Special Features: Grassy center with nicely shaded woods on edges
Latrine type: Classic-style pit latrines

Site Specifics

Pioneer in the Summer features:

  • Outpost-style open camping - you provide your own tents, tarps, and cots
  • Food is provided by the camp for you daily to prepare in your site
  • Water supplied at 2 washstands
  • 5 Picnic Tables
  • Large, open center area yielding a good amount of sunshine during the day.
  • Has 2 latrines and washstands.

Fall, Winter, and Spring features:

  • Usually accessible during the off-season

Location of Campsite in Camp

Location of Pioneer Campsite in camp.

Campsite Layout

Campsite Layout

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Shawnee is a great medium to large-sized unit site set back in a wooded grove above the Youth Showers. The site offers a bit more protection from the wind and sun than other sites and is great for when the weather is hot or rainy. Your group will like the proximity to the center of camp and being able to retreat into a shady shelter of the site.

Site Capacity: For medium to larger sized units
Special Features: Wooded grove on the hill above the Youth Showers
Latrine type: Classic pit-style latrine

Site Specifics

Shawnee in the Summer features:

  • 16 or 17 2-man platforms with tents
  • 2 metal framed cots with mattresses in each tent.
  • Program tarp & Dining Fly
  • 2 Picnic Tables
  • Large, open center area yielding a good amount of sunshine during the day.
  • Adirondack-style shelter
  • Has it's own latrine and washstand.

Fall, Winter, and Spring features:

  • Platforms remain in place and may be used with your own tents.
  • Water generally at site from mid-May to late October.
  • Usually accessible during the winter

Location of Campsite in Camp

Location of Shawnee Campsite in camp.

Campsite Layout

Campsite Layout

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Iroquois is a site that has it all! Loads of shade where the tents are located and a roomy new shelter provide plenty of cover from the sun or elements. Two distinct camping areas also allow a unit to split up between patrols, age groups, or even allow two smaller units to share the site yet camp with a fair amount of autonomy. In the off-season, Iroquois offers more shelter from chilly winds off of the Pond than most of our other sites because of its location.

Site capacity: For small or medium sized units, especially those needing to split their contingent
Special Features: Grassy center with nicely shaded woods all around
Latrine type: Classic-style pit latrine

Site Specifics

Iroquois in the Summer features:

  • 13 2-man platforms with tents
  • 2 metal cots with mattresses in each tent.
  • Program tarp & Dining Fly
  • 2 Picnic Tables
  • Has two distinct camping areas
  • Open center area yielding a good amount of sunshine during the day.
  • Has it's own latrine and washstand.

Fall, Winter, and Spring features:

  • Platforms remain in place and may be used with your own tents.
  • Water generally at site from mid-May to late September.
  • Usually accessible during the winter

Location of Campsite in Camp

Location of Iroquois Campsite in camp.

Campsite Layout

Campsite Layout

Site Gallery

Capouse is one of the old-time favorite sites at the Pond. Newly renovated in 2006, the site now has an improved drainage system, a refurbished campfire circle and a shelter with a wood floor. With 13 platforms, the site is ideal for medium sized units and joins to the Delaware Site with a short trail. Just a short walk from the Nature Lodge or the shore of the Pond.

Site capacity: For medium sized units
Special Features: Grassy center with nicely shaded woods on edges
Latrine type: Classic-style pit latrine

Site Specifics

Capouse in the Summer features:

  • 13 2-man platforms with tents
  • 2 metal framed cots with mattresses in each tent.
  • Program tarp or Dining Fly
  • 2 Picnic Tables
  • Large, open center area yielding a good amount of sunshine during the day.
  • Has it's own latrine and washstand.

Fall, Winter, and Spring features:

  • Platforms remain in place and may be used with your own tents.
  • Water generally at site from mid-May to late September.
  • Usually accessible during the winter

Location of Campsite in Camp

Location of Capouse Campsite in camp.

Campsite Layout

Campsite Layout

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