Cub Scout Day Camp: Wild Western Adventure!
Cub Scout Day Camp is a great opportunity for Cub Scouts to experience all that camp has to offer, and come home each night to tell their family all about it. Join us at one of more than 20 regional camps as we explore the excitement and thrills of outdoor adventure!
Boys in grade 1 (as of June 1, 2013) through Webelos are eligible to attend day camp. Boys will receive a camp t-shirt , water bottle, craft supplies, and all the goodies needed for a week of fun. One adult is needed for every five boys to escort the adventurers through camp. Tiger Cub adult partners must attend camp with their Tiger.
Adults: If you have a full week of free time and the ability to attend both camp training and planning sessions, why not be a full-time, trained staff member. Check with your district professional to find out how!
FORMS FOR DAY CAMP USE
Visit the Day Camp Forms page for helpful and/or required document downloads.
Activities vary from camp to camp, but usually range from traditional Scouting games and achievement opportunities to archery and BB instruction, crafts, nature study, soccer, fishing, swimming, handicrafts, leatherwork, and camp skills. Some activities will vary from camp to camp depending on local and state laws. Dedicated family members, Scout leaders, and other adults can turn out to assist volunteer camp staff members. All of our Cub Scout Day Camps will have trained Camp Directors and Program Directors who are certified by BSA's National Camping School. Each Day Camp location is inspected and certified by a Day Camp Visitation team approved by BSA.
This year’s fees for day camp are: (add $10 for 4th Presbyterian Day Camp location)
$165 Early Bird Registration (on or before April 16)
$185 April 17 - May 17
$205 After May 17
Financial assistance is available in some cases by submitting a camper aid application, available from your district professional.
Online registration is available at this time.