Cub Camp Presenter Resources

Cub Camp Presenter Resources

We believe the biggest hurdle to getting our Cub Scouts to Cub Camp is a lack of knowledge about our programs. Everyone involved with a Cub Scout Pack has the ability to positively influence participation in SVMBC’s outdoor programs for Cub Scouts.

To help with this endeavor, we created a self-directed slide presentation. The presentation takes about 10 minutes or so to go through and it includes a 4 minute video of one of our cub scout day camps. It may be downloaded and shown at a pack meeting or the link to the presentation may be shared with cub scout families and leaders. Questions about our programs may be directed to or 408-638-8300. Thank you for helping our Cub Scout Packs learn more about our fabulous outdoor programs.

Cub Camp 101 Presentation – View OR Download Powerpoint

How to sell Cub Scout Day Camp

During regular calls to your Units ask them if their Cub Scouts are registered for Cub Camp.

Talking to Cub Scout Families About Cub Camp
During regular calls to your units, ask parents/leaders if their Cub Scouts are registered for Cub Camp.

Here are just come of the benefits of attending Cub Camp:

  • Learn and experience things not taught in other programs
  • Fun for all participants, volunteers, parents and staff
  • Helps develop an important scouting tradition of attending
  • summer camp at an early age
  • Keeps Cub Scouts engaged in scouting
  • Boys earn requirements towards rank advancement
  • Builds experience and confidence
  • Grounded in the values of scouting

Cub Scouts might want to hear about some of the things they get to do at Cub Camp:
1. Shooting Sports: BB gun shooting, archery, sling shots
2. Fishing
3. Sports
4. Scout Skills
5. STEM: water rockets, catapults, experiments
6. Geocaching
7. Nature
8. Crafts

When presenting in front of a pack, consider engaging the cub scouts by asking who likes to do some of the activities listed above. When the kids show enthusiasm for the activities, address the parents by letting them know of the benefits of Cub Camp and the provide some basic information like a stack of registration forms or information about a particular camp, or where to go to get more information.

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