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1310, 2017

More happy fans!

October 13th, 2017|

Notice:  If you’re new to this event, please note that the camp is private property of the Boy Scouts of America. To protect the health and safety of our youth campers, the camp is not open to non-Scout visitors at any time outside of an official tour event. If you have any questions, please contact us via this website. Do not call the camp with any tour questions.

Wow! We hope everyone had as much fun as we did. Our fourth tour group came from every corner of the US – and a total of three countries! Thanks for making the trip and THANKS for your support in our restoration work at the camp. If you were not able to join us today, stay tuned to our mailing list for future tour opportunities.

Interested in joining us for a future tour? Please note that we do not have another tour scheduled at the moment, but we would urge you to join our mailing list to be notified of future tour opportunities. Also, please use an email address that you check often – don’t worry, we won’t share your info with anyone else.

While you’re here, please check out our very unique souvenirs. We got something for everyone – both casual and hardcore fans.

2108, 2017

New Souvenirs Now Available!

August 21st, 2017|

Be sure to check out our new souvenirs including posters, t-shirts, sweatshirts, and back by popular demand:  handcrafted framed photos.

1511, 2015

A perfect November tour!

November 15th, 2015|

Notice:  If you’re new to this event, please note that the camp is private property of the Boy Scouts of America. To protect the health and safety of our youth campers, the camp is not open to non-Scout visitors at any time outside of an official tour event. If you have any questions, please contact us via this website. Do not call the camp with any tour questions.

After selling out within seconds, the third ever public tour of the primary filming location of Friday the 13th, Part 1 took place on Friday, November 13th, 2015. The autumn winds were howling, but it was an otherwise perfect day with the sun shining.  This was by far the largest tour and once again a great group of fans.  “Campers” came from at least 7 different states including California and Florida!

We had also arranged for a private screening of the movie following the tour at Roy’s Hall (the historic theater in Blairstown shown in the movie). A huge THANK YOU goes out to Mark and everyone else at the theater for getting the facility (which has been closed for many months) ready in a very short period of time. Roy’s Hall is preparing for a grand opening in the spring of 2016 – we’re glad we could help and we encourage everyone to support this great theater!

Interested in joining us for a future tour? Please note that we do not have another tour scheduled at the moment, but we would urge you to join our mailing list to be notified of future tour opportunities. Also, please use an email address that you check often – don’t worry, we won’t share your info with anyone else.

While you’re here, please check out our very unique souvenirs. We got something for everyone – both casual and hardcore fans.

1909, 2013

THANK YOU!

September 19th, 2013|

Notice:  If you’re new to this event, please note that the camp is private property of the Boy Scouts of America. To protect the health and safety of our youth campers, the camp is not open to non-Scout visitors at any time outside of an official tour event. If you have any questions, please contact us via this website. Do not call the camp with any tour questions.

The second-ever public tour of the primary filming location of Friday the 13th, Part 1 took place on Friday, September 13th, 2013. It was another beautiful, sunny day at Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco – similar to the day of the first tour. An intense line of thunderstorms had passed through the area the night before and knocked out power to much of the area, but that wasn’t going to stop us from making dreams come true – after all, three of our guests were coming from as far away as California, Ontario and Norway! We quickly found a vendor to deliver porta-potties on short notice, cooked lunch in a dark kitchen and prepared the tour locations for some great photo opportunities.

Everything else that day went very smooth and our guests all left with smiles on their faces (and of course the power came back on while the last guests were leaving!). We hope everyone got back home safe and we hope you’ll be able to join us again in the future.

Interested in joining us for a future tour? Please note that we do not have another tour scheduled at the moment, but we would urge you to join our mailing list to be notified of future tour opportunities. Also, please use an email address that you check often – don’t worry, we won’t share your info with anyone else. This tour initially sold out in 8 minutes and many people found out about it days later since they didn’t use their main email address.

While you’re here, please check out our very unique souvenirs. We got something for everyone – both casual and hardcore fans.

2010, 2012

Support No-Be @ Amazon.com

October 20th, 2012|

Do you do all of your holiday shopping online? Is Amazon one of your favorite retailers? If so, you can help us maintain the historic structures in the movie simply by clicking this link before you shop:

Amazon will donate a portion of each sale to the camp and it doesn’t cost you a dime! Please note that you need to use this link to get to amazon *before* you add any items to your cart. In addition, the items need to be purchased within 24 hours of being added to your cart.

THANKS for your support. Please share this link with your fellow horror fans!

310, 2011

Like us on Facebook

October 3rd, 2011|

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