Cub Camp

What is Cub Camp?

Cub Camp is an opportunity for your Cub Scout to enjoy Cub Scout activities in a day camp style setting. Activities vary camp to camp, but generally include shooting sports, crafts, nature hikes, and many other activities. See more below, regarding details of activities.

General Information

Camps operate throughout the summer months. Dates can be found in the below map by clicking on the individual camps. This will be updated with a table soon, so check back.

To keep camps affordable, Cub Camps are run by devoted volunteers that want to ensure these opportunities for the Cub Scouts in our Council. Camps generally require parents of the participating Cub Scouts to volunteer in some manner to assist with camp operations. This can take many different forms, so please talk with your camp directors for further details.

Remember, Cub Scouts is a family oriented program, and the programs of Cub Scouts often need the family participation.


Cub Camp Forms

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


Cub Camp Newsletters

November: Cub Camp Committee

December: Location Map with Day/Times of Cub Camps

January: Patch Contest

February: Step to Organizing Pack 

March: New Information Available of Website 


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 camp for 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 prior to camp.  For details and frequently asked questions (FAQ) visit

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, please contact or 408.638.8300





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