Cub Scout Weekend Camps



     This weekend is designed only for Cubs and Webelos and ONE of the following: Parent or Adult Guardian. Programming is age appropriate and includes: shooting sports, crafts, nature, games, Scout skills, hiking, and special activities. Our volunteer staff is the best in the nation and has developed a fun and exciting program for you. Meals provided: Saturday lunch, dinner and Sunday Breakfast. All Youth Protection Guidelines apply. Because of insurance and programming concerns, siblings (brothers/sisters) cannot attend.

      You will need to print out and fill in parts “A” and “B” of the health form before coming to camp. Having these forms filled out when you check in will insure much faster check in for everyone and plenty of time to get your camp setup before introductions at the flag pole.
Follow this link to print out the form (health form).

      T-shirts are available for pre-order only on the registration site.  If you pay for a t-shirt please be sure you note what size you need.  

First Week Cub\Parent Registration                             Second week Cub\Parent Registration

Please email with any questions..


Space is limited so sign up early!


     What TO bring: Tent, if you have one. Comfortable clothes are a must! Personal care items, comfortable shoes, (but no flip flops, or opentoed shoes, other than for use in showers please), jacket, bedding, flashlight, bug spray, sunscreen, rain gear, camp chair, fishing pole.


     What NOT to bring: Alcohol or nonprescription drugs, personal firearms, sheath knives, pets, skateboards, boom boxes, valuable items or RVs.


How to Pack: Stowing all your gear in large plastic totes would be ideal. Label your bags and camping gear with your name.




    What to expect:  When you arrive at camp on Saturday morning (9:00 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.), you will be directed to off‐load your gear at one of the campsite stations and your gear will be transported by our staff to (and from) your campsite.  You will check in with our Registrar before entering camp.  Upon check in you will receive your campsite assignment, event schedule, color‐coded identification armband, and event patch.  You will also receive instructions on t-shirt pick up and where to have your commemorative picture taken.  Since the “Emergency Vehicles and Service Vehicles Only” rule will be strictly enforced, you will park your vehicle at the bottom of the hill (designated parking lot).  Your medical forms will be turned in to the medic in the pavilion next to the parking area prior to entering camp.  Once you have checked in with the Registrar and the medic, you will be directed to enter camp.  Opening ceremonies begin promptly at noon – at the flag pole. All programming areas will open at 12:30.      

        Special needs: Please let us know if you require special accommodations, such as electricity for medical equipment or if you have mobility issues. Please list any food allergies as well. If you use a CPAP machine, you will need to bring a battery.

Consult the Council web page for driving directions:  Maps

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