Boy Scouts get ready to canoe at Three Point Waterfront at Camp Yawgoog. The Hopkinton camp welcomed Boy Scouts for the 97th consecutive season on July 1. The 1,800-acre reservation serves more than 6,400 Scouts during the summer from as far as Germany. Yawgoog is the country’s third-oldest Boy Scout camp and is operated by the Narragansett Council, Boy Scouts of America. This year, the camp will be open for eight weeks, until Aug. 26.