What is Rainbow Scout Reservation
RSR is what we like to call our Rainbow Scout Reservation. The camp is located at 2600 Winterbottom Road in Morris, IL. It’s where scouts go to learn to problem solve, earn merit badges, conquer the rope courses, and dive into new adventure . Unlike most camps Rainbow Scout Reservation doesn’t close at the end of Summer Camp Season. Our camp is open nearly all year for unit camping and other events. Below you will find some specifics on popular programs we have offered in the past. Don’t See what you are looking for? No problem call and talk to us we can help!
Rainbow Scout Reservation Summer Camp
Rainbow Scout Reservation offers 4 week-long Scouting experiences in a natural, rustic camp setting that reaches back to scout camps of old
Our summer camp program offers over 45 merit badges (including 9 Eagle merit badges) along with interactive afternoon and evening programs!
2022 Camp Leadership
If you have any questions about the program contact Silas Rea, Camp Director, 708-942-9545 or firstname.lastname@example.org
2022 Summer Camp Dates:
Session One: Sunday 06-19-2022 to
Session Two: Sunday 06-26-2022 to
Session Three: Sunday 07-03-2022 to
Staff Week Dates!
2022 Summer Camp Leader’s Guide
Pre-Register for 2023 SUMMER CAMP HERE
2023 Summer Camp Pre-Registration HERE!
Cub Scout Resident Camp
Exhilarating campfires, excellent staff, and endless fun can be expected when at camp. Resident camp is a great way to keep youth interested in the Scouting program and provides a good preview into the exciting world of Scouts BSA!
2022 Camp Information
Experience the Scouting program at a new level through the Cub Scout Resident Camp program. Get ready for a 4-day, 3-night overnight camping experience full of thrilling activities and awesome open programming.
2022 Cub Scout Resident Camp Information
2022 Cub Scout Resident Camp Dates:
Cub Scout Session 1: Friday July 29th – Monday August 1st
Cub Scout Session 2: Friday August 5th – Monday August 8th
2022 Cub Scout Resident Camp Register HERE
Adult Leader’s Guide Here!
2022 Cub Scout Resident Camp Leader’s Guide HERE
Experience the Scouting program at a new level through the Cub Scout Resident Camp program. Get ready for a 4-day, 3-night overnight camping experience full of thrilling activities and awesome open programming. Webelos I and Webelos II Scouts can complete dozens of advancements and awards in the beautiful woods of Rainbow Scout Reservation in Morris, IL. Exhilarating campfires, excellent staff, and endless fun can be expected when at camp. Resident camp is a great way to keep youth interested in the Scouting program and provides a good preview into the exciting world of Scouts BSA!
This year’s theme: to be announced!
2022 Camp Information
Experience the Scouting program at a new level through the Cub Scout Resident Camp program. Get ready for a 4-day, 3-night overnight camping experience full of thrilling activities and awesome open programming. Wolf, Bear, and Tiger Scouts can complete dozens of advancements and awards in the beautiful woods of Rainbow Scout Reservation in Morris, IL. Exhilarating campfires, excellent staff, and endless fun can be expected when at camp. Resident camp is a great way to keep youth interested in the Scouting program and provides a good preview into the exciting world of Scouts BSA!
This year’s theme: to be announced!
2022 Webelos Camp
2022 Webelos Camp Dates:
Webelos Session 1: Thursday July 14th – Sunday July 17th
Webelos Session 2: Thursday July 21 – Sunday July 24th
Leader’s Guide Here!
2022 Adult Leader’s Guide HERE
2022 Webelos Camp Register HERE
Cub Scout Day Camp
Day camp is organized by the council and is a one- to five-day program for Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts, and Webelos Scouts. It is conducted under certified leadership at an approved site and during daylight or early evening hours.
Day camp does not include any overnight activities. Certification of the day camp director and program director is provided through the National Camping School.
Day camp is a Council organized program for all youth entering 2nd to 5th grade in the fall. The Day Camp program is designed around 7 key areas: STEM, Water Sports, Shooting Sports, Woodworking, and Crafts. Day Camp activities are intended to promote character development, citizenship training, and physical and mental health. As your Scout participates in these activities, they will have the opportunity to complete tasks they can use towards rank advancement.
Campers entering KINDERGARTEN OR FIRST GRADE will have a separate day camp event.
Parents/Volunteers: We strongly recommended each camper have a corresponding adult (parent, guardian, grandparent, sibling over 18, etc.) volunteer a minimum of 1 day as a Staff Member or 2 days as a Day Walker. Day Camp is a volunteer-driven event and we rely on parents and leaders to help us have adequate staff for smooth camp operations and to maintain 2-deep leadership.
Staff Member – Volunteer Staff Members consist of Range Masters (2-3 each camp), Tot Lot Assistant, Station Leads, Den Leaders (one needed for each den), and Trading Post Supervisor.
Day Walker – Day Walkers provide support to Staff by assisting with stations, providing additional supervision, and maintaining 2 deep leadership for every den.
Non Scouter Parent Volunteers- Must provide Youth Protection Training at online registration or day of camp. Youth Protection training can be completed on My.Scouting.org.
Cub Day Camp Information
2022 Day Camp Dates:
Cub Session Bolingbrook
Bolingbrook Village Hall
Monday 06-13-2022 2:00 PM CT to
Friday 06-17-2022 10:00 AM CT
Family Camp Information Page
Family Camp is a wonderful and unique way to introduce your scout and your family to camping. With the fantastic resources and property of Rainbow Council RSR (Rainbow Scout Reservation), we have the opportunity to explore new trails, see and appreciate the outdoors the way it was meant to be, and to learn a little bit about ourselves in the process. Come see what you’re made of and experience our annual family camp adventure.
With activities ranging from fishing, shooting sports, games, campfires, and of course GaGa Ball, we will top off the weekend with what is becoming an annual camp wide capture the flag game before our closing campfire. Many are eager and have been looking forward to this for the last year.
Download your 2021 Family Camp Guide (coming soon)
Blank Medical Forms (Required filled in and turned in at check-in) can be found HERE. (Parts A/B REQUIRED BY EVERYONE IN CAMP!) Choose the one that is under “All Scouting Events.”
You can join our closed facebook group for this specific camp as well.
Use HashTag – #2021RSRFamilyCamp for sharing all pictures and comments you would like to share on all social media.
Open to: Registered Cub Scouts, Siblings, Parents/Guardians/Grand Parents/Cousins…
Cost: $35 per person (4yrs old and younger are FREE)
Registration Closes: September 7th, 2021 (The Family Camp fee includes all meals through Sunday morning as well as camp facilities fees and material costs.)
Yours in scouting,
Unit Camping Trips
Unit Shooting Sports Events
Schedule a COPE or Challenge Event
815-942-4450 ext. 908
WHAT is a “Beaver Day”??
Beaver days and Camp Improvement days are days we ask for any help we can to help improve camp! While Beaver days are aimed towards Youth and Cubs, we welcome participants of all ages to help restore and reinvigorate Camp Rainbow Scout Reservation.
Who can help with Camp Improvement/Beaver Days?
Scouts, Adults, and Families join us at RSR (Rainbow Scout Reservation)! Families too. If you can move, we can put you to work. (All cub scouts and Webelos will require participation with an adult).
How long are camp improvement days?
Come for the day or half day
The main focus of Beaver Days is to help improve camp at Rainbow Scout Reservation in Morris, Illinois. We have a list of items that need to be attended to.
How do I get started?
What is your skill set, how can you help us?
Please contact Rick Talerico at 708-906-2573 if you would like to participate, what skill set you may have and indicate the days/times when you are available. Any equipment required will be provided. We will be on site to offer direction. Service hour credit can be arranged. We ask that you to bring BSA Physical forms (Part A and B) for participants, and we will keep a copy of Part A.
Pleas note: we will be taking pictures of the work for publication on various platforms. Thank You in advance.