Cub World 2019 camp photo


Adventure Camp 1:
June 16-18, 2024

Adventure Camp 2:
June 20-22, 2024

Adventure Camp 3:
June 23-25, 2024

Adventure Camp 4:
June 27-29, 2024

Adventure Camp 5:
June 30-July 2, 2024

Adventure Camp 6:
July 4-6, 2024

Adventure Camp 7:
July 7-9, 2024

Adventure Camp 8:
July 11-13, 2024

Adventure Camp 9:
July 14-16, 2024

Adventure Camp 10:
July 18-20, 2024

For those kids looking for the ultimate Cub Scout summer camp experience, this is it! This resident style camp is a three-day and two-night program with fun around every turn. Scouts will have a chance to realize their full potential while taking part in one-of-a kind activities. Experience all that Cub World has to offer. There are unique activities for all ages and camping ability. AOL Scouts will spend their last night on Outpost, the highlight of the Cub World experience. All Scouts and leaders will enjoy the accommodations at the Fort, the Castle, the Mountain Man Village, or the Miners Camp. Together with their Pack, den, and others their age, your youth will use the power of imagination to be swept away to another time and place.

So what do youth do at Adventure Camp? There are the classic favorites — BB gun shooting, swimming, archery, nature hikes — and the opportunity to work toward Cub Scout advancements that fit their rank.

The camp is rounded out by camp-wide activities each evening, including the beloved Cub World campfires. The skits and songs performed by the camp staff are famous for their silliness and fun and will be remembered by your Scout for many years.

This year, the schedule is structured to give Scouts more time to bond with their Pack! All activities will be done as a Unit, allowing Scouts to build better friendships, develop new skills with their friends, and to give the parents/leaders the opportunity to see all of their Scouts have an amazing time at camp!

This resident camp is a safe, fun, and character-building program. There is nothing like it in the Cincinnati area, and no camp facility like Cub World in the country. Take advantage of this hidden treasure along the banks of the beautiful Little Miami River and give your child the experience of a lifetime. Talk to your pack leaders today about signing up for Adventure Camp!

Your youth may qualify for a Camp Discount. See below for more information!


Fee Description                    Regular Fee (Ends April 30)                  Late Fee (Begins May 1)             Deposit

Youth Fee                             $235                                                       $250                                            $50

Adult Fee                              $95                                                         $95                                              $35

Initial payments for the Regular Fee are due April 30 at 11:59pm. Youth registered after April 30 will pay the Late Fee. Final payments are due 10 days prior to your arrival at camp.



10:00 AM……..Check-In          
11:00 AM……..Move In           
11:45 AM……..Meals 101        
12:00 PM……..Lunch  
1:00 PM……….Siesta & Leader’s Meeting        
1:30 PM……….Afternoon Program 1
3:00 PM……….Afternoon Program 2
4:30 PM……….Afternoon Program 3
6:00 PM……….Flag Lowering & Dinner
7:30 PM……….Opening Campfire
9:00 PM……….Campsite Quiet Time
10:00 PM……..Lights Out


7:45 AM……..Flag Raising
8:00 AM……..Breakfast
8:40 AM……..Chapel (Sundays)
9:00 AM……..Morning Program 1
10:30 AM……Morning Program 2
12:00 PM……Lunch
1:00 PM……..Siesta & Leader’s Meeting
1:30 PM……..Afternoon Program 1
3:00 PM……..Afternoon Program 2
4:30 PM……..Afternoon Program 3
6:00 PM……..Flag Lowering & Dinner
7:15 PM……..AOL’s depart for Outpost
7:15 PM……..Camp-wide Game
9:00 PM……..Campsite Quiet Time
10:00 PM…….Lights Out

camp singing cub world scouts


7:45 AM………Flag Raising
8:00 AM………Breakfast
8:40 AM………Chapel (Sundays)
9:00 AM………Morning Program 1
10:30 AM…….Morning Program 2
12:00 PM…….Lunch
1:00 PM………Siesta & Leader’s Meeting
1:30 PM………Afternoon Program 1
3:00 PM………Afternoon Program 2
4:30 PM………Afternoon Program 3
6:00 PM………Flag Lowering & Dinner
7:30 PM………Closing Campfire & Awards
8:30 PM………Departure


Code must be used or discount requested before full payment; no refunds will be issued.

  • Second Adventure Discount: Receive $25 off the second week of camp, any type.
    Code: Adventure2


The Dan Beard Council will refund all but 20% of fees paid per participant for those who fill out the 2024 Summer Camp Refund Request form, no later than 30 days prior to arrival at camp. You may replace the name and information on a registration at no additional fee, but they must be of the same participant type (youth for youth and adult for adult).

No refunds will be given after the 30-day cancellation deadline, except in cases of personal medical reasons as determined by the Council Camping Director. In order to be considered for reimbursement, a refund must be requested by the unit leadership within two weeks after the first day of your camp session. A doctor’s note is required for refund requests. 

All refunds will be processed on a weekly rolling basis until the start of camp (June 18). All requests received during camp will be processed starting on August 7, 2023. Payments made within a Unit Registration will be refunded back to the Unit in the care of the Contingent Contact. Those who registered as Individuals will have refunds issued back to the payee.


Please keep in mind that the following regulations must be followed at all times:

  • Cub Camp requires 1 adult for every 5 Cubs with a minimum of 2 adults per Pack. 
  • Adults attending ANY session of Cub Adventure Camp must have completed Youth Protection Training before arriving at camp.
    Proof of such is required at check-in.  
  • If 2 or more youth from the same Pack are attending Cub Camp, they must provide their own adult supervision at the ratio given above.
  • Adults attending the Webelos Camp for 72 hours or more (non-consecutive) must be both registered as an Adult Leader with the BSA and have completed Youth Protection Training before arriving at camp. Proof of such is required at check-in.

For details, please refer to Adult Leader with the BSA and Dan Beard Council’s Youth Protection Training resources.

Questions? Please contact the Scout Achievement Center at (513) 577-7700.