Camping takes you on exciting adventures into the natural world. You'll learn to live with others in the outdoors. You'll learn to be a good citizen of the outdoors.
Here you will find all of the information you need to plan a summer filled with Cub Scout Camping fun and excitement
Cub Scout/Webelos Resident Camp Session
This 4 day/3 night session using "A Pirate's Life" as the theme is open to all registered Cub Scouts and Webelos.
Cub Scouts will be staying in the Scout's BSA Camp and using the same facilities as the older boys do. This camp's activities are designed around a Pirate theme and will feature: Scout Skills, Handicrafts, Swimming and Boating, Shooting Sports and more. The emphasis is geared toward advancement in a fun Pirate's theme.
Webelos/Arrow of Light Session at Camp Wakpominee
This 4 day/3 night session, using "A Pirate's Life" theme, is open to all 2nd Year Webelos
In addition to program opportunities for Webelos, and Arrow of Light Scouts will begin transitioning to Scouts BSA. This camping session will provide them with a leg up to completing their Arrow of Light requirements. This is an advancement centered program that will also be filled with the fun and excitement of Cub Scout Summer Camp.
Close to home and just as fun! Day Camp is the one of the first steps in the Scouting Outdoor Program. It’s a week of fun, advancement, and adventure all with a theme. Each day’s program is filled with a variety of exciting activities including water activities, archery, BB Gun shooting, nature, crafts, games, and sports all designed to enhance the Scout’s experience. Program Activities vary by location. Not every location will offer every activity.
Your Cubs attend camp with adult leaders recruited from your Pack. There is always some type of family event planned during camp that you may participate in. Of course, you are welcome to attend the entire week of camp with your Scout, or just come and spend a day.
Discount pricing is available for parents who wish to volunteer, or for families with multiple attendees.
Family Camp Weekends are for the whole family and everyone gets to get in on the fun and excitement.
This year, Family Camp Weekends will be held on July 19-21 at Camp Bedford. And October 11-13, 2019 at Camp Wakpominee.
These events fall under the Family Camping Program. Therefore, it is required that each Scout have an adult in attendance with them. Families with multiple children need only have one adult for all.
Want to be part of the fun? There are plenty of volunteer opportunities at the Family Camp Weekends. Please fill out and submit the Staff Application to become part of the team. Where? How?
Contact Julie VanAmburgh, Camping and Program Director for Twin Rivers Council, at julie.vanamburgh@Scouting.org.