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Cub Scout Summer Camp

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Day & Twilight Camps

Our first priority is always the health and safety of our Scouts, their parents, our leaders, staff and all their extended families and communities. Due to the ever-changing situation surrounding COVID-19, we have made the difficult decision to cancel our traditional camp operations this summer. (Please see the footnote below regarding refunds.)

Instead, we will open many of our summer camp facilities to individual families to enjoy the great outdoors safely with self-guided family camping and day trip activities. Reservations will be limited to support proper social distancing and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Refund Statement: Details regarding transferring camp fees to 2021 and obtaining refunds will be released on Friday, May 15, 2020. Any person or unit will have the opportunity to move any currently paid funds to a summer camp experience in 2021, at the 2020 fee. (2020 rates will be honored in 2021 for those currently signed up and paid for 2020 only) Scouts BSA troops will be offered the same site and week they have currently reserved for the 2021 season. For anyone who would prefer a refund due to COVID-19 concerns, please be assured a 100% refund will be provided.

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Camp Expo
Join us for a FREE Camp Expo event March 7 from 12–3pm at Beaumont. Come sample all of the wonderful activities in Cub Camping!  There will be an array of activities such as BB guns, catapults, paper airplanes, bouldering wall, and a dinosaur dig!  Register here.

Why go to Cub Camp? Simple, Cub Scouts is fun with a purpose, and Cub Scout Camp is too! Your Scouts will enjoy outdoor adventure like swimming, hiking, camping, archery, and much more while earning advancements and awards and making lifelong friends and memories.

Do parents need to attend? All Cub Scouts need to have adult supervision while at camp. Some camps offer a Cub Scout youth provisional option (with a higher fee) allowing Scouts to attend without an adult. When provisional leadership is not offered, adults from the Cub Scout Pack are required to attend with their Scouts to ensure adequate leadership. We encourage parents and unit leaders to register and attend with their Scouts whenever possible.

Camperships: Apply for our Campership assistance program here.  All forms must be submitted by May 1, 2020.