Last Winter and Spring, members of the Camp Staff, Council Camping Committee, and Unami Lodge, One, along with several unit and district leaders, worked together to create an extensive camp improvement plan for Resica Falls. The plan was developed as part of our 5 Year Authorization Cycle within the BSA’s National Camp Accreditation Program (NCAP).
The plan consists of 16 goals with a total of 86 unique objectives, all geared towards improving various aspects of the camp operation, including: Attendee & Participant Experience, Facilities, Financial Stability, Marketing & Communications, Program, and Staffing. The 16 goals are listed below:
Though comprehensive, our task force does not feel this plan is binding. Rather, it is designed to help guide our camp improvements through 2027, our 70 th anniversary. As such, continued feedback from our campers and supporters will shift areas of focus, while new ideas will undoubtedly emerge, facilitating changes to our plan and providing new opportunities to better camp. However, this plan does highlight our commitment to continuing to serve the Scouts, leaders, staff, and guests that continue to experience the wonders of Resica Falls.
In January, we’ll share our progress on the plan so far, with some elements already being implemented this past summer. We’ll continue to provide updates on improvements and progress through the length of the plan – the next 5 years. You can check out the full plan here. If you want to support one of these initiatives, let us know at email@example.com