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Cub Resident Camp is packed with fun and activities. For the summer of 2015, Scouts will enjoy the magic of the big screen with out "Cubs at the Movies," where they will experience all the thrills, excitement, and action of their favorite films! This camp theme is present at the campfire, at mealtimes, at the camp-wide game, and in the program areas...

Cub Resident Camp Activities

Campers are grouped with boys their age and follow a planned program schedule that includes BB gun shooting, swimming, archery, and nature each day. In addition, they will take part in several activities in their area and each age-level program is unique.

Wolves enjoy in activities at the Fort and will enjoy leatherworking, pioneer games, and working towards Wolf advancement.

Bears play in the castle and will design their own sword and shield, go on quests, and work towards their Bear requirements.

Webelos I wander the woods of the Mountain Man Village and learn about tracking, fire building, and begin their Webelos rank advancement.

Webelos II explore the miners camp, searching for fossils, getting a taste of real Boy Scout camping, and working on Webelos advanvement and Webelos activity pins. A special Outpost program is held for Webelos II on the second night of camp.

On the next page, you'll see a sample schedule for Resident Camp...


Cub Resident Camp is theme-oriented. Campers arrive at 10am on the first day and depart following the family campfire on the last evening. Activities will include archery and BB gun safety and marksmanship, swimming in a fifty-meter pool, nature, hiking, sports, an obstacle course, bouldering, and special games. No camp is complete without lots of boisterous singing and skits around the evening campfire. Each evening, Scouts will group together with all the boys from their program area or with the entire camp for an exciting camp-wide game.


Each den will follow a rank-based program schedule to be assigned soon after your arrival at camp. In most cases, Dens will be grouped with a Den from another Pack to reach an ideal group size. This not only makes sure there are enough participants for each activity, but also gives the boys a chance to meet new friends.

Cub Resident Camp oppers your Cub the opportunity to earn a variety of rank advancements. For a complete list of what your Cub will fulfill at camp, click here.


The following schedule is typical for your week at Cub Resident Camp:


Day One

10:00am Camp Gate Opens
10:15am Check-in/campsite set-up
12:00pm Lunch
12:45pm Siesta (breaktime)
1:30pm Program Rotation
4:30pm Break
5:30pm Flag Lowering
5:45pm Dining Hall Procedures
6:00pm Supper
7:00pm Camp-wide Game
8:00pm Evening Campfire
9:15pm Return to Campsite/Den campfire
10:00pm Lights Out


Day Two and Three*

7:00am Reveille
7:45am Flag Raising
8:00am Breakfast
9:00am Program Rotations
12:00pm Lunch
12:45pm Siesta (breaktime)
1:30pm Program Rotations
4:30pm Break
5:45pm Flag Lowering
6:00pm Supper
7:00pm Camp-wide Games/Campfire
9:00pm Return to Campsite
10:00pm Lights Out


Family Night: Day Three will include the family night campfire

(see schedule above)

*Day Three will include the family night Campfire (see schedule above). Campers will depart following the campfire.


2015 Dates for Cub Resident Camp:


Last Updated on Monday, 18 August 2014 08:46