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Cub Resident Camp
June 16, 2022 - June 19, 2022
Cub Resident Camp
Cub Scouts who are ready for the chance to try real Cub Scout camping can participate in our Cub Scout Resident Camps. Campers will spend 3 night participating in fun stations like Air-Powered BB, archery, hikes, knot typing, crafts, games and more. Tracks for Bear, Webelos, & Arrow of Light. A typical day looks like:
- Rank Advancements
- Air Powered B.B Guns
- Knot Tying
- And More!
- Raise Flags
- Morning Program Activities
- Lunch & Camp time
- Afternoon Program Activities
- Lower Flags followed by Dinner
- Evening Activities/free time
- Lights out
Who can Attend?
We have 3 different tracks for incoming Bears, Webelos, and AOLs. We encourage incoming Webelos that have completed 3rd grade to join us this summer for a three-night adventure at our Cub Resident Camp at Camp Chesebrough. Incoming Campers will want to come back to camp the following year to take advantage of the next rank’s track as well. For this 3 year program, the Staff is ready to assist with age-specific outdoor requirements and electives that are challenging to take care of outside of this resident camp environment.
Looking for opportunities for younger Scouts? Click here for Day Camps
Volunteer Requirements for Adults
- Webelos and Arrow of Light: A minimum ratio of 1:4, adult to youth, is required.
- Bears: A minimum ratio of 1:2, adult to youth is required.
Health Form (part A&B only) for all youth and adults.
Firearm Permission Form for youth attending events that involve shooting sports.
Camp Chesebrough Scout Reservation: Straddling the Santa Cruz-San Mateo county border and nestled in the Santa Cruz Mountains, Camp Chesebrough is is a 544 acre nature retreat.
Last year’s 2022 Cub Resident Camp Guide
If you have any questions about Cub Scout Resident Camp, please contact email@example.com.
Interested in Staffing This Event?
We have paid opportunities for everyone 16 years old or older and volunteer opportunities for everyone 14+ as a counselor in training.
- Be available the entire Camp Season
- Be a registered member of the Boy Scouts of America. (This can happen as part of applying to work at camp.)
- Exemplify the Scout Oath and Law.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to set up an interview and start the application process.