Cub Scout Day Camp
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, including arts & crafts, games, archery, bb guns, sports and Scout skills.
Day Camps are held at different locations all over Silicon Valley Monterey Bay Council during the months of June, July and August.
Here’s what some of our Cub Scouts earned at their camps in 2013:
- Santa Lucia North County Day Camp
- Camp Chenoa at Boulder Creek Day Camp: Wolves, Bears, and Webelos
- Steven’s Creek Day Camp
- Towaba Cub Scout Day Camp
Cub Scout Resident Camp
Cub Scouts who are ready for the chance to try real Cub Scout camping can participate in two- and three-night camping adventures at Chesebrough Scout Reservation in the beautiful Santa Cruz Mountains.
Resident Camps are organized according to Cub Scout ages and are held during the summer. Scouts will enjoy a variety of activities, including rock climbing, archery, campfires, and earning belt loops & pins.
Cub Scout Overnight Camping
Packs wishing to have their own overnight campout may do so. The approved sites for pack overnighters are Camp Chesebrough, Camp Pico Blanco, and Mt Madonna County Park.
If you would like to have another campground approved, please fill out the Overnighter Site Approval Form and return the form to the Council Service Center at CubCamp@svmbc.org or mail to Cub Camping at 970 W Julian Street, San Jose 95126.
Fun and camping at Chesebrough Scout Reservation happen year round for Cub Scouts and their families. Cub Scouts can choose from many camping events throughout the year, bringing their parent and for some camps, the whole family!
For questions, please contact Michael Wilson (408.638-8314 or Michael.Wilson@scouting.org)