Cub Camp Adventures
Be a Cub Pack hero by learning how you can help get organized around summer camp 2017! Sign-up now for November 30, 2016, January 23, 2017 or February 8, 2017.
Having an outdoor experience is a key component for every Scout. Cub Scout Day Camp is truly the best week of a Cub Scout’s summer! Day Camp is a week long day-time camp adventure where Cub Scouts and parents experience a bigger part of Scouting. Each camp offers a variety of activities, often including arts & crafts, games, archery, bb guns, sports and Scout skills.
2017 Cub Camp Forms and Dates (information coming in December)
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 participants health insurance card.
Copy of insurance card
Campership Application Financial assistance is available for those struggling to afford Cub Camp.
Tot Lot registration form Sibling care is available at some camps while parents/guardians are volunteering at Cub Camp.
Cub Camp Youth Staff Application Volunteer Requirements for Adults
All Day Camps and Twilight Camps: An adult must attend at least two days of camp OR a pack must provide a ratio of 1:4, adult to youth, each day. Tiger Cub adult participation is explained below.
- Cub Adventure Resident Camp: A minimum ratio of 1:2, adult to youth, is required.
- Webelos Resident Camp: A minimum ratio of 1:4, adult to youth, is required.
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.
If you have questions regarding Cub Scout Day or Twilight Camps, please contact email@example.com or 408.638.8300