Five days of Cub Scouting at a location near you. Cub Scout Day Camps are open to boys and girls entering grades K through 5 in September* and are offered at three various locations around the state. This program, which runs Monday through Friday, offers a fun-filled week of challenging Cub Scout activities, exciting adventures, and new friendships. Opening ceremonies start the day at 9:00 AM and camp closes at 4:00 PM. Activities during the week include water activities, archery and BB shooting, sports, and crafts. Special events are also held throughout the week. (Please note: activities may vary by camp location)
*Tiger Program: Boys and girls entering grade 1 in September 2019 may attend Day Camp as Tigers. Each Tiger must be registered in the Boy Scouts of America and attend Day Camp with an adult partner. The Tiger adult partner does not need to pay an additional fee.
Attend with your Den or Pack
Cub Scout Day Camp is a great Den or Pack activity. Dens and Packs are encouraged to attend Day Camp together, although not necessary — it makes for a great day camp experience.
Multiple Cub Scouts attending from the same family qualify for a sibling discount. Contact your Unit Leader or the Volunteer Service Center for more information.
Cub Scout attending camp for more than one camp session will qualify for a multi-week discount. Contact your Unit Leader or the Volunteer Service Center for more information.
Parent Volunteer Opportunities
Want to attend day camp with your son? Volunteer for a full week and receive a discount. Sign up when you register your Scout.
Camperships are available. Application deadline is April 15, 2020. Contact your unit leader or the Volunteer Service Center for more information and details. Download a copy here.