Who can attend?
Scout Summer Camp is open to youth entering 1st - 4th grade in the fall
(Tiger - Webelos ranks). Siblings of the same age group are welcome to
attend this program and participate alongside the Cub Scouts.
Do parents have to attend?
highly encourage that an adult attend with every Scout, not only does
this help the Scout but it is a great experience for the adult as well.
This adult can be a parent, guardian or other family member over the
age of 18. Tiger Scouts require a 1:1 ratio for adults and Scouts.
Wolf - Webelos Scouts
can have a ratio of 1 adult for every 2 kids if needed. This must be
approved by the parent and noted on the health form who is allowed to
transport each kid to and from camp.
How much does it cost?
2018 Fees (2019 fees are subject to change)
$135 Youth Early Bird Fee; $140 Youth after May 1 (Scout and siblings)
What is included in the fee?
The fee includes all of your meals, a patch for every participant, housing (tent or indoor), and staffing costs.
Is there financial aid available?
We think that every Scout should have an opportunity to attend Summer
Camp and we do not want cost to hold anyone back from this experience.
If you are in need, please complete the Campership Form to
receive up to 50% of the youth cost covered.
When is Cub Scout Summer Camp?
sessions will typically run every weekend starting the second weekend
in June and running until the second weekend in August. See the
Register tab for this years dates!
What should I bring?
When packing for Summer Camp, make sure to bring what you need to be comfortable for 2 nights away from home. See a full packing list in the Parent Guide Book, but below are some helpful reminders!
- Swim suit and towel
- Rain jacket - always be prepared!
- Sun screen and bug repellent
- Shower shoes (flip flops)
- Sweatshirt or lightweight jacket - it can get cold when the sun goes down!
may be helpful to pack your gear in a plastic tote instead of a
suitcase because it is easy to carry and it will keep your things dry
in the case of rain!
What forms do I need to bring?
participant (youth and adult) must have parts A and B completed of the
Health Form. Additionally each youth participant who would like to
participate in shooting sports activities must have a completed
Shooting Sports Waiver. Both of these forms can be found under
Resources on the right hand side of this screen.
be turned into the staff at check in on Friday night. If you do not
have them completed, you will be asked to fill them out once you
Food Service Provided
You will be served 5
meals while at camp, starting with breakfast on Saturday morning and
ending with lunch on Sunday. All meals are served cafeteria style in a
dining hall building.
Special Dietary Requests
want to make sure that every camper gets a healthy and safe meal. At
camp, we are prepared to accommodate for the following restrictions:
- Lactose Free
- Gluten Free
- Peanut/Nut Free
you have needs above and beyond those listed above, or if you would
prefer to bring your own food, cooler space and a microwave will be
made available to you.
How do I inform the camp of my dietary needs?
note any dietary needs in your online registration information. This
will give the camp staff a summary of all of the needs for a given
weekend. Please also inform staff of any dietary restrictions at check
in to make sure that they have accurate information. If you have
questions regarding food service, please contact the camp
What to expect at Check In
Gates will open at 6 pm on Friday.
staff member will greet you at the entrance to camp and give you
directions on where to park and how to get to your campsite. You will
not be able to park your car directly next to your campsite or building
so be prepared to walk your gear a short distance to unload.
you are in camp, you will be given a detailed schedule for the weekend
and a camp tour. Be prepared to turn in your completed health forms and
shooting sports waivers for all participants.
There will be
no meal served on Friday night so please eat dinner before coming to
camp. Snacks are available for purchase in the camp store, but not a
youth and adult, will be asked to complete a swim qualification test.
You will not be allowed to participate in any aquatic activities
(swimming or boating) until this is complete. There are 3 different
levels that participants can check at to fit their comfort and ability
- Learner (Non-Swimmer)
may have an opportunity to complete the swim check on Friday evening,
or you will have a chance to do it at your first aquatic activity on
Saturday! Lifeguards will be available on Friday night to answer any questions that you have regarding the swim check.
might sound scary, but you have no need to worry! Swimmers of all
levels will be able to have a safe and fun experience at our aquatic
activities! No one will be asked to do anything that they are not
Swim checks can be completed prior to coming
to camp under the supervision of a registered lifeguard, see Swim
Qualification Record sheet in the Parent Guide book.