Your Scout will spend the day at camp but be home in the evenings. At Cub Day
Camp, your Scout will participate in activities including:
singing songs, playing games, BBs, archery, fishing, crafts, sports, and so much
more. Your Scout will also make new friends and learn
about the environment. In addition, your Scout will have opportunities to work
on belt loops, activity pins and other advancements.
Cub Day Camps are designed for boys entering the 1st grade - 4th grade. Come
explore the outdoors and be home by dinnertime.
Wolf & Bear Resident Camp:
Resident Camp is for Scouts who would like an overnight adventure. Resident
camp helps give your Scout the full Scouting experience
with activities that
include campfires, archery, fishing, BBs, row boating, flag ceremonies, songs,
games, crafts, swimming, nature study
and so much more. Scouts will also have
an opportunity to earn various belt loops.
In general these camps involve the Cub Scout and their adult partner.
Webelos Camp is specific to boys going into the 4th and 5th grades. It's a
great way to help Scouts transition from Cub Scouts to Boy Scouts.
Activities include: BBs, archery, nature study, swimming, fishing, row boating,
crafts, flag ceremonies, campfires and so much more.
The Scouts will also
have an opportunity to work on activity badges throughout the week of camp.
Pack 859 leaders will be coordinating who is planning on attending which camp.
Dates and Fees
for 2014 Cub Scout & Webelos Resident Camp