Cub Camp

Summertime Cub Camp Adventures

At CUB CAMP, we create adventures for Cub Scouts and their families. Cub Camp is an opportunity for your Cub Scout to enjoy Cub Scout activities in a day camp style setting.

  • Cub Scouts earn requirements for rank advancement, special awards and gain recognition
  • Participants learn new skills and build confidence
  • Families make life long memories and new scouting friends

 

Cub Camp uniquely achieves the aims and methods of Scouting by creating a multi-day outdoor experience under the supervision and leadership of specially trained volunteers that meet BSA’s National Camp School standards. Cub Camp is for Cub Scouts in grade school, first through fifth grade. New Tigers entering first grade in the fall are welcome at most of our camps.

Name of camp Cost 2018 Dates Location
Chenoa $70 Jun 11-14 Corralitos
Fort Benito $65 Jun 18-22 Hollister
King City $100 Jun 11-15 King City
Lake Cunningham #1 $200 Jun 18-22 San Jose
Lake Cunningham #2 $200 Jul 16-20 San Jose
Morgan Hill 1-Day Camp $40 9-Jun Morgan Hill
Morgan Hill 5-day Camp $165 Jun 11-15 Morgan Hill
Stevens Creek #1 $180 Jul 9-13 Cupertino
Stevens Creek #2 $180 Jul 23-27 Cupertino
Toro Park $100 Jun 18-22 Salinas
Towaba (+ Webelos Overnight) $160 ($25) Jun 25-29 Boulder Creek
Vasona $165 Jun 26-30 Los Gatos

Other Opportunities:

Webelos Resident Camp

Other Year-Round Activities

 

Links

Cub Camp Forms

Online Registration (Link will go live on January 1st, 2018)

Pack Regristar Training – Participating in the 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/den to Cub Camp this summer. Find out what is new for 2018.

Patch Design Contest

 

Cub Camp Chatter
[Previously Newsletters]

Cub Camp Chatter – How to Register 2018

 

Parent Responsibilities and Volunteering

We subsidize camp fees through the efforts of parent volunteers. Like all Cub Scout activities, Cub Camp is a family program. For each participating Cub Scout at camp, our camps require an adult to volunteer at camp for two-days during the week of camp. The adult volunteer may be a grandparent or other family member, a paid childcare provider, or a family friend. For those families experiencing a hardship committing to two days at camp, alternate volunteer arrangements may be available by communicating directly with the camp’s director. Contact information for each camp is available on our web site. Alternate arrangements may include paying a provisional camping fee, volunteering outside of camp operation hours or by providing other needed services.

Tiger Cub Notes

  • 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.
  • 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.

 

Questions?

If you have questions regarding Cub Scout Day, please contact cubcamp@svmbc.org or 408.638.8300

 

 

 

 

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