A Camp Station is an amateur radio station that is set up temporarily at a scout camp or other outdoor location for the purpose of providing radio communication opportunities for scouts and other participants.

A Camp Station can be set up by a group of radio amateurs who are also involved in scouting, or by an individual radio amateur who wants to provide radio communication opportunities for scouts. The station may be set up in a tent, trailer, or other temporary structure, and it typically includes one or more radios, antennas, and other equipment necessary for radio communication.

The Camp Station can be used to teach scouts about radio communication and the science behind it, as well as to provide them with an opportunity to communicate with other scouts or radio amateurs around the world. It can also be used for emergency communication in case of a natural disaster or other emergency situation.

Setting up and operating a Camp Station requires some technical knowledge and expertise in radio communication, as well as an understanding of the rules and regulations governing amateur radio operations. However, it can be a fun and rewarding activity for radio amateurs who are also involved in scouting, and it provides scouts with a unique opportunity to learn about radio communication and its importance in emergency situations.