Cub Camp Adventures


Participating in the Cub Camp Registrar Class is an opportunity for Cub Scout Packs to have an in-unit Cub Camp expert to take the lead on bringing their pack to camp.

Cub Camp Registrar Training and register online

Be a Cub Pack hero by learning how you can help get organized around summer camp 2017!

Sign-up now for March 1, 2017.

Cub Camp Onsite Registration Day

All registrations received between 9AM and 12 noon on Cub Camp Registration Day (Saturday, March 25) at your local BSA Service Center will receive a $10 early bird discount.  We would love to see you register as an individual participant, den or pack.

A complete packet includes:

  1. a completed registration form
  2. health forms A/B (+ photocopy of insurance card front/back) for participant
  3. an indication of who is volunteering on what days
  4. health forms A/B (+ photocopy of insurance card front/back) for volunteer
  5. any additional supplemental forms like:
    1. tot-lot registration
    2. special needs form
    3. campership form
    4. youth staff applications
    5. staff agreement forms

Online registration open Saturday, March 25 at 5 PM and registrations will be accepted online, in person or via fax (1-408-280-5162) until camps are full.  See registration form to see how late registrations may effect camp pricing.

Additional Information

There are three things that keep cub scouts involved in scouting and help them advance to boy scouts:

  1. Trained Leaders
  2. Advancement/Recognition
  3. Outdoor Program

Cub Camp is the premier outdoor experience for your Cub Scout.  Whether it’s a 1-day camp, overnight resident camp, or a traditional Monday-Friday day camp, Cub Camp will expose your Cub Scout to outdoor adventures not found in other programs.  Each of our camps is unique and offer variations in the program.  This activity grid will help you understand what programs are offered at each location.  And our location map will help see where camps are located.

Dates and Locations

Cub Camps Dates Location
Friendship Camp 06/03/17-06/04/17 Silver Creek High School
Morgan Hill 6/10/2017 Statford School
Chenoa 06/12/17-06/15/17 Corralitos Padres Hall
Fort Benito 06/12/17-06/16/17 San Benito County Fairgrounds
Morgan Hill 06/12/17-06/16/17 Statford School
San Lorenzo Park 06/12/17-06/16/17 San Lorenzo County Park
Lake Cunningham #1 06/19/17-06/23/17 Lake Cunningham County Park
Toro Park 06/19/17-06/23/17 Toro Regional Park
Vasona 06/26/17-06/30/17 Vasona Lake County Park
Towaba 06/26/17-06/30/17 Boulder Creek
Stevens Creek #1 07/10/17-07/14/17 Stevens Creek County Park
Lake Cunningham #2 07/17/17-07/21/17 Lake Cunningham County Park
Stevens Creek #2 07/24/17-07/28/17 Stevens Creek County Park


If you aren’t participating in our Cub Camp Registration Day (Saturday, March 25, 9-12 noon), Register Online beginning March 25 at 5 PM or submit in-person or fax your registration papers to you local BSA service center in San Jose or Salinas.


2017 Cub Camp Registration Form

Cub Camp Location Map

Health Form (part A&B only)

A completed health form generally includes signatures from 2 legal guardians on form A and a copy of the participant’s health insurance card.  Everyone at camp (volunteers, staff, tot-lot participants) must have a completed health form on file.


Additional forms if applicable:

Campership Application  Financial assistance is available for those struggling to afford Cub Camp.

Special Needs form

Tot Lot registration form  Sibling care is available at some camps while parents/guardians are volunteering at Cub Camp.

Camp Staff (Health Form (part A&B only))

Cub Camp Youth Staff Application 

Cub Camp Volunteer Agreement

Volunteer Requirements

A Minimum adult to youth ratio at all of our Cub Camps is 1:4.  We achieve this by packs providing an adult chaperone each day of camper every four boys attending camp OR one adult volunteering two days per registered cub scout at our day camps.  If you are registering outside of your pack, an adult must attend at least two days of camp with your cub scout’s registration.  All parents/guardians must attend the pre-camp orientation help prior to camp.  For details and frequently asked questions (FAQ) visit

Tiger Cub Notes

  1. When Cub camp literature refers to Tiger Cubs, it means Scouts who will be a Tiger Cub in the fall (incoming 1st graders). Current Tiger Cubs will be considered Wolf Scouts as of June 1st.
  2. Incoming Tiger Cubs require their adult partner to attend camp with them for all scheduled days. As it states on the BSA Youth Application, a Tiger Cub adult partner will participate in all meetings and activities.


If you have questions regarding Cub Scout Day, please contact or 408.638.8300


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