Camping at the Cub Scout level introduces boys to the outdoors and helps them develop outdoor skills at an age-appropriate level that will be applied more thoroughly as a Boy Scout. As Cub Scouts progress, the opportunities for outdoor adventures become more challenging.
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 programs are theme-based and usually include nature, sports, aquatics, and crafts. Den and pack leaders often make up the nucleus of the day camp staff.
Cub and Webelos Resident Camp
Cub Scouts, Webelos, and their families are all welcome at camp! Cub Scouts and their parents can register either as part of their Pack or as a family. Check with your Cubmaster or Pack Camping Coordinator to see if your Pack is coming to camp! Cub and Webelos Resident camp is an introduction to camping. It is not meant to be Boy Scout camping, but rather a shorter, less strenuous type of camping. A parent is encouraged to attend with their son.
The primary objective is to provide Cubs and Webelos, parents and other leaders with a meaningful, fun-filled experience, and to strengthen parent-son relationships.
Activities are developed around Cub Scout and Webelos advancement requirements and are theme oriented.
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