All Directions are defaulted to begin at the Scout Lodge; 78 Battle St. Somers, CT and can be changed if necessary.
Please note that the directions below are provided by Google Maps, however have been verified and modified by the troop and are generally NOT the default directions provided by Google.
310 Birch Hill Rd. Russell, MA 01071
61 Camp Yawgoog Rd. Rockville, RI 02873
NOTE ON ARRIVAL: There will be a large archway at the entrance to camp at the end of Yawgoog Road.
TURN RIGHT just before the archway, then follow the road until you reach the entrance to a parking lot on the left hand side. There will most likely be Staff directing traffic. If you need assistance to get to our campsite, ask and say that we are Campsite Abe Lincoln in Camp Sandy Beach.
169 Camp Workcoeman Rd. New Hartford, CT 06057
NOTE ON ARRIVAL: There will be a small sign to turn left [from the directions listed above] into Workcoeman, directly across the road from a parking lot for Camp Sequassen. Turn onto the road not into Sequassen's parking lot, and follow the road until you reach the main parking area with the Chapel on the left.
231 Ashford Center Rd. Ashford, CT 06278
Crystal Pond Rd. Eastford, CT
221 Mount Tobe Rd. Plymouth, CT 06782
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