- These weekends are designed for Cubs and Webelos and/or their families (for safety reasons we ask that only siblings ages 3 and up attend).
- Meals provided: Saturday breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday Breakfast.
- All Youth Protection Guidelines apply.
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.
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Cost per participant
$30 without t-shirt
$40 with a t-shirt
Space is limited so sign up early!
What TO bring: Tent, if you have one. Comfortable clothes are a must! Personal care items, towel, comfortable shoes (no flip flops or open-toed shoes, except for use in the showers), jacket, bedding, flashlight, bug spray, sunscreen, and rain gear. Optional items to bring are a camp chair, and a fishing pole with bait. If you opt to use a camp tent, they are on concrete platforms and have 2 cots inside them. If you are bringing 2 sons, we can accommodate you by providing extra cots.
Please leave these items at home: Alcohol, non-prescription drugs, personal firearms, sheath knives, pets, skateboards, valuable items, and RVs.
How to pack: Stowing all of your gear in large plastic totes would be ideal. Please label all of your totes and camping gear with your name and pack number. The large plastic totes help keep your gear together as it is being transported for you. It will also help to keep your belongings dry in case of rain or heavy dew.
What to expect: When you arrive at camp either Friday night between 6pm-9:30pm or Saturday morning between 8am-10am, a Registrar will check you in. At check-in, you will receive your campsite assignment, event schedule, color-coded identification armband, and the event patch. If you need to arrive later than 10am, please go to the Administration building to check in. The Registrar will guide you to off-load your gear at one of the campsite stations and your gear will be transported by camp staff to your campsite. After unloading your gear, please park in the designated parking lot and walk to the pavilion across the road to turn in your medical forms.
The program will begin at 10:00am on Saturday with the opening flag ceremony. The closing flag ceremony will begin after the awards ceremony on Sunday.
Meals that will be provided at camp are breakfast, lunch, and supper on Saturday and breakfast on Sunday. If you are arriving Friday night, please eat supper on the way or bring something you can prepare in your campsite to eat for supper after you arrive.
Please 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 ensure a much faster check in for everyone and give you more time to get your camp set-up. Follow this link to print out the form (health form).
Special needs: Please list any special accommodations on your registration form such as needing electricity for medical equipment or special dietary needs. Please list any food allergies as well. If you use a CPAP machine, please bring a battery.
Consult the Council web page for driving directions: Maps