2014 SUMMER CAMP
Reservations are open for 2014 summer camp at Camp Pigott!
2014 Camp Pigott Reservation Flyer
Annual Health & Medical Record New form as of March 1, 2014. Available online only.
(We accept all BSA medical forms completed by a physician or licensed practitioner within 12 months of the end of the month of the session the Scout or adult is attending camp. National Jamboree and national high adventure medical forms are also accepted.)
2014 Pigott Leader's Guide
2014 Pigott Daily Schedule
2014 Pigott Advancement Schedule
Special Needs Form
2014 Pigott Payment Schedule
Scouts who are unable to attend summer camp with their troop or want to go alone can attend as part of a Provisional Troop at either Camp Pigott or Camp Parsons. Scouts sign up individually for this program and are grouped together with other single Scouts or are assigned to a troop at camp. Adult leaders are assigned.
2014 Provisional Troop Reservation Flyer
2014 11 Year Old Camp
Reservations are now open for 11 Year Old Camp! This overnight opportunity gives 11-year old LDS Boy Scouts a taste of what they can look forward to during a week at Boy Scout summer camp! The Scouts participate in the activities of a regular camp week, including swimming, shooting sports, skills and crafts.
2014 11 Year Old Camp Reservation Flyer
If you would like a place where you can camp overnight and visit your troop during the day, the nearest campground is Flowing Lake, a Snohomish County facility, about 7 miles away from Camp Pigott. For information, click HERE .
The Challenging Outdoor Personal Experience (COPE) at Camp Pigott
Located at Camp Pigott, Chief Seattle Council's state-of-the-art COPE course offers a teambuilding and personal initiative program for Scouting teenagers and their leaders. COPE activities help units learn to work more effectively as teams while providing youth will a safe, fun place to challenge themselves to perform at their best.
A typical COPE experience is a daylong activity, or several hours per day during a week at summer camp. Emphasizing cooperation and team problem-solving, COPE events are a series of outdoor challenges, beginning with group initiative games, progressing to complex team problem-solving challenges, and then onto the High Ropes Course for intense personal challenges.
Chief Seattle Council’s COPE program is led by BSA-certified COPE facilitators. BSA COPE is designed specifically for teenagers and the adults who work with them, including Venturers, Varsity Scouts, OA members, Camp staff, NYLT Staff, and many others. COPE is also a great team development program for Scouting adult volunteers.
For information about arranging a unit COPE activity, contact the Camping Department at 206-725-0361.
To read more about COPE (the one-day program or participating during summer camp) click HERE.