Cub Camp 2015
Get Your Camp On
Get in on the action and explore the excitement of summer thrills! Build experiences that last a lifetime! Discover new skills, work on achievements, and have a great time with old friends and new!
There's no such thing as a typical day at camp.
On most days, you'll arrive at camp, be greeted by our staff, and meet up with your den to check in and start the day. We will gather with the camp to raise the flag (this might be your den's job today), hear some announcements and maybe even sing a song. Then you're off!
Take part in a series of activities, including Archery, Arts & Crafts, Woodworking, and much, much more. At midday, come together for lunch. Then, recharged, head back out to the program areas for a couple more hours of fun. The day ends as we retire the flag and look forward to coming back for another day!
ARCHERY Precision and practice. That’s what it takes to hit the bullseye on the Archery range. Learn the safety requirements and skills to be an expert archer.
ARTS & CRAFTS Create a masterpiece that you'll be proud to bring home to show the family.
BB SHOOTING Take aim and practice your focus and patience as you zero in on the target. As always, safety is the first lesson.
FIELD SPORTS Take to the field or court for some friendly competition. Learn the rules and practice some good sportsmanship. Having fun is always a must!
DEN TIME Spend time getting to know the members of your den with some cooperative games and activities. Learn a cheer, song or skit to share with others.
SCOUT CRAFT Practice all those important Scout skills! Tie knots, fold the American flag, build a campfire and much more.
WOOD WORKING Construct a wood working project you can be proud of. Maybe its a simple toolbox or birdhouse, but whatever we do, it will be awesome!
Who Comes to Camp
Cub Camp is open to all registered Cub Scouts—Tigers, Wolves, Bears and Webelos. New Tiger Cubs (entering first grade in the Fall 2015) must be accompanied by an adult partner. Parents are encouraged to join in the fun by serving as a den leader at camp. One adult is needed for every five boys to escort the adventurers through camp.
Registration fee includes a camp T-shirt, patch, craft supplies, and all the goodies needed for a week of fun.
CUB SCOUTS: $90. Register before May 1st and Camp is $70. Register after June 1st and Camp is $110.
(Registered boys in grade 1 through 10 years old, discount appears at end of registration)
MUSTANG: $90, Girls in grade 1 through 10 years old (Must be siblings of Cub Scouts AND female children of Staff)
PARENTS OF TIGER CUBS: Free. (Must attend if your Scout is a Tiger)
TOT LOT: Free. (For boys and girls of preschool age who are children of Staff)
2014 POPCORN QUALIFIERS - Free. Congratulations! If your name is listed, you have earned free admission to one of the following camps: Cub Camp, Webelos Camp, Venturing Crew Bash or Summer Camp. Offer is non-transferable and you only qualify for ONE Camp during the 2014 Camping year so CHOOSE WISELY! See if you qualify HERE.
Campers can advance in Scouting by completing requirements at camp. Many Cub Scout activities and advancement electives are offered at our exciting week-long camps.
Cub Scouting is a family adventure, and this includes camp! Parents are encouraged to join us for one or more days as a volunteer with your Scout.
Join our team! We're looking for the most talented and energetic people to help make our camp an awesome experience. Volunteer positions are available. For more information, contact our Camp Director Diana Marsh at email@example.com. Or, get the staff application HERE.
The Bay Area Council believes that no Scout should be denied a camp experience due to cost, and works to meet the need of all Scouts who want to go to camp, up to 50% of the total cost. Families who need assistance are encouraged to apply for a Campership. For more information, contact our Camp Director Diana Marsh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Choose the Camp that's right for you. Scouts are free to attend ANY of the following Cub Camps. Scouts register individually for camp, but we encourage Dens and Packs to coordinate plans to attend camp together.
CAMP KARANKAWA CUB CAMP: 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. daily, June 8-12, 2015, Camp Karankawa, 3249 FM 1459 Rd., Sweeny, TX 77480
SHAMROCK RANCH CUB CAMP: 3:30-8:30 p.m. daily, June 15-19, 2015, Shamrock Ranch, 13819 Vacek Street, Santa Fe, TX 77517
CHRISTIA ADAIR PARK CUB CAMP: 2:15-8 p.m. daily, June 22-26, 2015, Christia Adair Park, 15107 Cullen Blvd, Houston, TX 77047
ALVIN ROTARY PARK CUB CAMP: 2:30-8 p.m. daily, July 20-24 2015, Alvin Rotary Park, 6808 County Road 172, Alvin, TX 77512
Camp Karankawa, Aaron Christopher at email@example.com
Shamrock Ranch, William Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Christia Adair, Rebecca Stephenson at email@example.com
Alvin Rotary, Ryan Mullis at firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE BRING: BSA HEALTH FORM (Parts A&B)
If you are in a unit, give your form to your Unit Coordinator. If you are an individual, bring it to the first day of camp.
LUNCH: Campers provide their own lunches Monday through Friday. Lunches should be nutritious, and sugar should be a limited part of anyone’s lunch.
CUB CAMP GUIDE HERE
REGISTRATION ENDS: Seven working days before the start of Camp. No exceptions.
Cub Camp 2016
SAVE THE DATE!
Camp Karankawa Cub Camp, June 6-10, 2016
Shamrock Ranch Cub Camp, June 13-17, 2016
Christia Adair Park Cub Camp, June 20-24, 2016
Alvin Rotary Park Cub Camp, July 18-22, 2016