Cub Scout Day Camps

Cub Scout Summer Camp offers a two-day program for the Tiger, Wolf, and Bear Den. Dens can choose summer day camp which begins in the morning and ends in the early afternoon or elect twilight camps, which run in the late afternoon and evening. Each day camp focuses on two themes -- one for each day (or afternoon) of camp.

Important Registration Note: 

Each of the day camp themes has it's own web page for information updates, activity updates, and general information.  Please remember that day camps are two days with specific themes attached tp them. Depending on what Cub camp page you register on, that will become automatically your first day.  As an example, Fort Cub Country and Jedi Training are the two themes put together this year.  If you register for your two days on the Fort Cub Country web page than that automatically becomes your first day and Jedi Training becomes your second day.  If you register on Jedi Training than that automatically becomes your first day and Fort Cub Country becomes your second day theme.

The 2015 Cub Scout day camp themes are: Fort Cub Frontier/Jedi Training camp and Construction Junction/Jurassic Journey camp. The Twilight camp theme is Cub vs. Wild/Cub Olympics.

Camp begins with an opening ceremony featuring a flag ceremony and staff-led program. Dens, then, progress through a series of stations related to each theme, most of which also complete requirements for rank or arrow point achievements or Cub Scout belt loops. Important: Cub Country does not offer Webelos-specific programs.

To bring your Webelos to day camp on the same day as your Cub Scouts, you need to complete a separate registration for Webelos Summer Day Camp.



$45 per boy (two day session)

$10 non-refundable deposit per boy, due at time of registration.

No charge for leaders and den chiefs.

Payment in full due April 1, 2015.

Reservations made on or after this date must make full payment at time of registration.