STEP 1: Preparation

Check out your program’s Program Schedule! These can be found and downloaded in the Forms & Downloads section of your camp’s webpage.

Be sure to check out any accompanying information, like Program Descriptions or prerequisites, also found in the Downloads section. This will have helpful information for you and your campers when considering which activities, Merit Badges, or Adventures to choose.

STEP 2: Signing Up

If you have not yet registered your Scout for Homecamping, be sure to do that first. Campers need to be paid in full in order to sign up for activities, Adventures, and Merit Badges.

Once your campers have looked over the schedule and chosen their activities, log in to your Homecamping Registration. If you need a reminder on how to re-access your registration, check out our previous blog post:

Click the Participants tab to view your Participant list.

Then, click the name of the camper. The camper must be paid in full to register for activities. When you click on the camper, a form with their information will open up below their name. Click on Update Information to make edits.

In the modal that appears, you’ll see a section for Class Schedule.

Clicking on the Select Classes button will display the Class Selection tool.

Click on a class under the Available Classes list to sign up for that class. You can sort through the different periods by using the dropdown menu at (1). Classes that the camper signs up for will show up in the green area.

Once you have selected the classes for your camper, you can click the Show Class Schedule button (2) to return to the Class Schedule display.

For Scouts BSA, your camper’s schedule should now look something like this:

For Webelos, your camper’s schedule should now look something like this:

You can use the Select Classes button to change your camper’s schedule at any time. Schedules lock at 9am one week prior to your camper’s session.

Special Schedule Note FAQs:

  1. Why is Into the Woods taking up 2 blocks? It’s only scheduled for 10:00 – 10:50 on the program schedule.
    Not all blocks are created equal. The standard block is 50 minutes (afternoons vary on Tuesdays and Thursdays for Webelos). Because some classes, like Wednesday’s First Responder, start on the :30, some periods have been subdivided, like 2a and 2b.
STEP 3: Printing Schedules

To print schedules for your campers and so you know where your campers are going to be, click on More and select Reports from the dropdown list.

The page will have all sorts of useful reports you can run and download to keep track.