Food Service

RSR Dining Hall

Rotary Scout Reservation is pleased to offer nutritious, high quality meals that are perfect for an active Scout.  Our trained, professional cooks bring with them years of experience.  Campers will enjoy a hot and cold options at every meal in the dining hall, including fresh fruit and yogurt at breakfast and “to go” side salads at every lunch and dinner.

The complete “Class A” Scout uniform is the appropriate dress for dinner in the dining hall.

Dining Hall Meal Times:

  • Breakfast    8:00 a.m.
  • Lunch          12:30 p.m.
  • Dinner         6:00 p.m.

Dietary Restrictions

We are happy to accommodate those with special dietary needs.  Please notify the camp at least one week prior to arrival when such needs exist. 

Patrol Cooking

Campsite cooking is a valuable Scouting experience.  Rotary Scout Reservation encourages all troops to prepare some meals in the campsite.  A troop or patrol, with proper adult supervision, may opt to cook out using our commissary service.  The staff will, with proper notice, deliver food supplies to the campsite where the group can cook their own meal.

Upon arrival, each troop will be presented with a menu of options for patrol cooking.  We encourage you to discuss with your Scouts which meals would be the most appropriate for them to cook in site, taking into consideration factors such as experience, time, and advancement requirements.

Commissary Food Delivery Times:

  • Breakfast    7:00 a.m.
  • Lunch          12:00 p.m.
  • Dinner          4:30 p.m.

Visitor Meals

All visitors are required to sign in at the Administration Building upon arrival at camp and sign out when they leave.  
Visitors who wish to join the Scouts for a meal (either in the Dining Hall or Patrol Site) should purchase a meal ticket at that time.  Regular visitor meal prices are $5.00 for Breakfast, $5.00 for Lunch, and $8.00 for Dinner.  
Wednesday Family Night BBQ prices are $12.00 for an adult and $6.00 for a child (Age 10 & Under).  When possible, unit leaders are asked to advise the Camp Director or Head Cook ahead of time when guests are expected (for meals other than the Family Night BBQ), so that appropriate adjustments may be made to the food preparation.
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