Rules

This beautiful 230 acre camp is available to all Scouting units through the generosity of the Edward and June Kellogg Foundation, Inc. and its president, Eagle Scout, Tom Kellogg.

Please enjoy a great camping experience!

Conduct. 
All Scouting units and families using Camp Kellogg facilities must live up to the standards of the Boy Scouts of America while on camp property. They are expected to follow the Scout Oath and Law as a standard of moral and personal behavior in and out of camp.

Reservations.
Please call Camp Ranger Jim Gelanis at (231) 342-8426 well in advance of your planned arrival so we can be prepared to accommodate you upon your arrival.

Check in.
Check in and out only with Camp Kellogg Ranger, Jim Gelinas at (231) 342-8426.

Automobiles.
Drive trucks and cars on improved roads and in parking areas only. Passengers are not to be transported in the rear of pickup trucks or campers. This also includes traveling off of camp property.

Firearms.
No guns or ammunition are to be brought to camp by youth or adults.

Trash.
All trash MUST be taken with you when you leave.

Illegal Substances.
Alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs of any kind are not allowed on camp premises, or while using camp property.

Pets.
Due to the wild nature of camp, no pets are allowed.

Liquid Fuels.
All liquid fuels present a potential fire hazard. No flames are allowed in tents. Liquid fuels are permitted for adult use and handling only. Use the equipment requiring fuels outside only.

Motorcycles, ATV’s, Snowmobiles, etc.
Motorcycles, ATV’s, snowmobiles, etc. are not allowed in camp without prior approval from the Ranger. Remember, safety first!

Fires.
Fires are to be built in approved designated areas only. Be sure all fires are out before leaving.

Damages.
It is understood by the Ranger, and the person/group using the Camp Kellogg facilities, that the person/group using the facilities shall be responsible for any and all damages to the camp property which may be reasonably attributed to the actions of the said group and said group agrees to promptly pay any and all reasonable damages claims when presented.

Adult supervision.
It is understood and agreed by both parties that the person/group using the Camp Kellogg facilities will provide adequate adult supervision/leadership. At least two adults (with at least one being 21 years of age, or older, and the other being at least 18 years of age, or older) will be present at all times.

Arrival.
If your group will be arriving at camp later than your estimated arrival time, please call Camp Kellogg Ranger, Jim Gelinas at (231) 342-8426 and let him know of any delay.

It is further understood and agreed to by both parties that should the person/group using the Camp Kellogg facilities fail to abide by the camp rules or the direction of the Camp Ranger in charge, as a duly appointed representative, may at his or her discretion terminate this agreement and require parties to vacate camp.