Pricing is determined by operating costs of each camp, with camps having different operating costs. Twin Lakes Scout Camp and Cub Scout World have about the same operating costs, while our cost to operate Camp Hiawatha are lower. Different amenities are also provided at different facilities. For example, indoor housing is provided at Cub Scout World, but not at Camp Hiawatha. All of these factors play a role in determining the pricing for both youth and adult guests.
Why is the adult and youth pricing the same at Twin Lakes Scout Camp and Cub Scout World, but different at Camp Hiawatha?
Created by: Bryan Combs
Modified on: Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 12:06 PM
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