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2020 Five-Day Adventure Camps

Calling all Tigers, Wolves, Bears, and Webelos! Get ready for another exciting week of day camp! This year's theme is "Down on the Farm!" Each camp varies in their specific activities, but Scouts may participate in the following daytime adventures: archery, fishing, swimming, BB guns, crafts, and more! Scouts will work towards earning the Shooting Sports Award, get a custom day camp patch, and make unforgettable memories with their friends!  Tigers must be accompanied by their adult partner during the day. All packs must send one adult "walker" (see below) for every 5 registered Cub Scouts. 

 

 

LOCATION

DATE

VOLUNTEER LEAD

PHOTOS & REGISTRATION

Bureau County - St. Bede Academy 

June 8-12

TBD

Registration Opens January 1,2020

Pontiac- Humiston Woods Scout Camp

June 8-12

Dave Gallup

gallup800@frontier.com

Registration Opens January 1,2020

Mt. Pulaski - The Martin Farm

June 15-19

Barb Morris

bmorris87@live.com

 

Registration Opens January 1,2020 

 

 

Canton- Youth Acres

July 6-10

Judy Taylor

judytaylor122@gmail.com

Registration Opens January 1,2020

Ottawa- LaSalle County 4-H Fairgrounds

July 20-24

Maria Devine MariaDevine@imtt.com

 

Registration Opens January 1,2020

Bartonville- Tuscarora Park

July 6-10

Jenny Wetterauer

jennywetterauerpack208@gmail.com

 

 

Registration Opens January 1,2020


 

Pricing

Regular Rate: $120/ week

Use code "EARLYBIRD" at checkout to save $20 on all Cub Camps. 

Code expires May 1, 2020 for June camps and June 5, 2020 for July Camps. 

 

About Cub Scout Adventure Camp 

Cub Scout Adventure Camp provides a fun way to bond with your pack and den while learning Scout skills. The program of activities provides fun and adventure in the outdoors. 

Emphasis is placed on new experiences difficult to obtain in the usual indoor den atmosphere. Camps operate during the day time approximately 8:30am-4pm. However, each camp will have varying hours of operation depending on the specific camp schedule which will be posted as we get more information from the Camp Directors. Adventure Camp is a day camp open to boys and girls who are going into 1st - 5th grade. 

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! Ask your local Camp Director for more information on activities at specific camps!

Health Forms

All Scouts 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. Parts A&B can be filled out by a parent. Turn or mail in your completed Health Form to the nearest Boy Scout Service Center at least 2 weeks prior to the start of your camp.  Click HERE to view the health form

 

Adult "Walkers"

Each pack is required to send adults to walk with the Cub Scouts from station to station and help the program area volunteers each day. One adult for every 5 Cub Scouts from each pack is required. If your pack has 1-5 Scouts registered, the pack must send at least 1 walker each day; if your pack has 6-10 registered Scouts, you must send 2 walkers each day, etc. The walkers do not have to be the same person all week. It is the responsibility of the Pack Leadership to make sure their Pack has the appropriate number of walkers secured for each day and communicate that with the camp director. A walker does not have to be a registered member of the BSA, however they must be willing to help and portray the values of the Scout Oath and Scout Law. 

Questions

We will continue to update the page with the most current information. If you have any questions, please contact the Camp Director in your city or erin.smith@scouting.org.

Parent Involvement & Volunteers

It is fun and FREE to attend Adventure Camp as a volunteer! All five-day adventure camps are run by a staff of volunteers! They dedicate a significant amount of time preparing and facilitating camp to provide a safe and fun experience for your child. If you have special skills or available time you would like to share with the Cub Scouts in your area, please contact your local camp director or erin.smith@scouting.org.

Tigers

In compliance with BSA policy, Tigers must have an adult partner accompany them to help one-on-one throughout the day. The same adult does not have to attend all week, however the Camp Director will need to know in advance the names of the Adult Partners attending. 

Forms

Email erin.smith@scouting.org if you would like to volunteer at any of the camps

Click HERE to view the health form

As we approach 2020 Adventure Camps, keep checking for updates

 

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