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2020 Multi-Week Adventure Camp

Calling all Tigers*, Bears, Wolves, and Webelos! 

 

Join us for up to four weeks of Adventure Camp. This year's theme is "Down on the Farm!" Scouts may attend one week, two weeks, three weeks, or ALL four weeks of Camp!

 

Multi-Week Adventure Camp is a day camp open to boys and girls who are entering grades 1-5. W. D. Boyce Adventure Camps are primarily geared toward Cub Scouts, but we are not a closed organization camp. ANYONE is allowed to attend and learn the values and skills associated with the Boy Scouts of America. It is our pledge that every child who attends Adventure Camp will have a stronger character, fitness habits, and appreciation for citizenship. 

 

Each camp location will host a variety of age appropriate program areas. Activities vary by location but may include archery, BB guns, Scout skills, fishing, swimming, games, and more! 

 

Multi-Week Adventure Camp programs are facilitated by a combination of a trained camp staff and local volunteers to provide an exceptional experience for your children this summer. Leaders and parents are welcome to attend Adventure Camp to help at a specific activity or help walk the scouts to program areas. It is free for adult volunteers to attend camp and it is lots of fun! We appreciate you coming out to help and to see what your campers will be doing from day to day!

 

*TIGERS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR ADULT PARTNER THROUGHOUT THE DAY

 

2020 Multi-Week Adventure Camp Program Guide- Available Jan. 2020

 

 

 

 Locations and Dates

Bloomington

 

Week 1: June 1-5 (Comlara Park)

Week 2: June 8-12 (Comlara Park)

Week 3: June 15-19 (Comlara Park)

Week 4: June 22-26 (Comlara Park)

 

 

Peoria/Morton

 

Week 1: June 1-5 (Peoria)

Week 2: June 8-12 (Peoria)

Week 3: June 15-19 (Peoria)

Week 4: June 22-26 (Morton)

 

 

 

Click HERE to register for all locations

 


Volunteers

If you have special skills or extra time your would like to volunteer for Adventure Camp, please contact erin.smith@scouting.org.

*Tigers (boys and girls going into 1st grade) must be accompanied by their adult partner throughout the day.

Pricing

Early Bird Rate (register by May 3rd): $160 per week. Enroll in all four weeks for a price of $150 per week.

Regular Rate (Register after May 3rd): $180 per week.

Multi-Week Adventure Camp Hours

Multi-Week Adventure Camp hours are Monday-Friday 8:30 am- 4:00 pm.  A more detailed schedule such as pick-up, drop-off, and lunch procedures will be included in the program guide.

 

Schedule:

7:30am – 8:30am– Extended Care Morning Session

8:30am – Drop Off

9:00am – Morning Gathering / Flag Ceremony

9:30am – Activity Stations

12:00pm – Lunch

1:00pm - Activity Stations

4:00pm – Afternoon Gathering / Flag Ceremony

4:15pm - Pick Up

4:30pm- 5:30pm – Extended Care Afternoon Session

Extended Care and Transportation Option

Extended Care is a program designed for parents who have to work outside the normal day camp hours. Rather than make additional child care arrangements or miss out on camp, let the well-trained staff supervise your kids with hours of extra program!

The cost for Extended Care is $25 per child for each week and is NOT included in the regular fee for Multi-Week Adventure Camp. Extended care is offered at each location Monday-Friday starting at 7:30am with last pick up at 5:30pm. Parents or adults picking their child up must arrive with a photo ID and be listed on the child's health form as a person allowed for pickup.

In the Bloomington area, there will be a transportation option. A bus to and from Comlara Park will pick-up and drop-off your children at Eastland Mall by Applebees. The bus leaves at 7:30am and will arrive back at Eastland Mall at 5:20pm. There will be an additional fee of $25 per child per week. The bus will be supervised by trained staff members as well as any adult volunteers. Bus drop-off and pick-up will be the same hours as Extended Care with drop-off being at 7:30am and last pick-up at 5:30pm. More information is available in the Program Guide.

Health Forms

All campers must turn in completed parts A&B of the Annual Health and Medical Record and present a copy of their insurance card to participate in Adventure Camp. Health Forms should be turned in or mailed to the Boy Scout Service Center at least two weeks before the start of camp. Click here to View the Health Form

Questions

 If you have any questions, please contact the erin.smith@scouting.org.

 

Forms

Apply for a Day Camp Position

View the Health Form

**As we approach 2020 Adventure Camps, keep checking for updates.**

       

 

 

 

 

 

 

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