Medical Forms

Boy Scouts of America requires that you submit an up-to-date and valid record of your medical history. Every Adult Leader and Scout must have at least PART A & B of these medical forms on file with the camp staff or they won’t be allowed to attend Camp Tomahawk.

Non-Prescription Authorization Form

The excitement and fun of summer camp has the potential to result in a bump or scrape along the way. We need permission to treat your son or daughter if that happens. Every person attending Camp Tomahawk MUST have this form completed and submitted to the camp staff or they won’t be allowed to attend Camp Tomahawk.

Transportation Authorization Form

You might not be the person to, or even able to pick up your child. We want to make sure they are leaving with an authorized person, so we need you to designate who those people might be. Every youth (under the age of 18 years) attending Camp Tomahawk MUST have this form completed and submitted to the camp staff or they won’t be allowed to attend Camp Tomahawk.

Job Descriptions

Den Leader

Den Leaders are an integral part of what makes Camp Tomahawk successful; without them, we would have no camp. Learn more about what you will be responsible for while at camp.

Youth Aide

Our group of Camp Aids is made up of Boy Scouts of any age and siblings (boys and girls) of Scouts attending camp. Learn more about what you will be responsible for while at camp.

Adult Leaders

Whether you’ve signed up for a single day or for the entire week, Adult Leaders make sure the kids are having fun in a safe learning environment. Learn more about what you will be responsible for while at camp.

Administrative Staff

You’ve decided to take the next step with Camp Tomahawk and become a staff member who plans, organizes, and executes a successful day camp for hundreds of kids each summer? Learn more about what you will be responsible for while at camp.

Documents

Youth Aid Handbook

This handy “handbook” will help to inform all youths volunteering as aids to our den leaders, station staff, and general camp administration. All youth aids should read this prior to camp starting.