Summer Camp 2020 with Cub Scouts and Webelos
This summer we have two great opportunities for Cub Scouts to experience camp and fun in the outdoors, with two diverse options for your Scout and family to experience the adventure of Scouting!
Day Camps are single or multi-day programs allow Cub Scouts to participate in activities and learn without having to acquire camping equipment or commit to overnight stays! These programs are ideal for Cubs who are still too young to feel comfortable sleeping outdoors or families who do not have camping equipment or available time to commit to multi-day excursions.
Resident Camp programs are overnight programs which allow the Cub Scouts and their families the ability to fully embrace their camp experience by spending the night at camp and immersing themselves in everything our programs have to offer. They also traditionally feature songs, skits, and night-time campfire programs!
Cub Camping programs do require parent or guardian oversight, or den/pack leader support as Cub Scouts are still too young to attend programs on their own. These requirements vary by program, the details of which are on the respective registration pages.
Summer Day Camp at the Heard Scout Pueblo
Our activities include archery, aquatics, BB’s, crafts, games, adventures and all themed around water activities to keep everyone cool in June. Cubs and their families will meet new friends and learn new skills through all the adventures at camp.
- We will be conducting staff interviews at the Heard Scout Pueblo in the Michael Jordan Conference Room on March 14, beginning at 9am.