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Cub Day Camps 2018

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) must be accompanied by an adult partner.  Parents are encouraged to join in the fun by serving as a den leader at camp.


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. Gates open 30 minutes before the start of Camp.

Galveston County Fairgrounds Cub Camp
4-8:30 p.m., June 18-22, 2018, 10 Jack Brooks Rd, Hitchcock
Contact: Dio Gonzalez at or Lester Tarver at

Christia Adair Cub Camp
3-8 p.m., June 25-29, 2018, 15107 Cullen Blvd, Houston
Contact: Steve Bell at

Stephen F. Austin/Munson Cub Camp
3-9 p.m., July 16-20, 2018, 41885 SH 288 Angleton, TX 77515
Contact: Warren Reed at or Aaron Christopher at

(Includes T-shirt, patch & crafts)

($20 discount if registered before May 1, $20 if registered within the last week of camp, see dates above)
- PARENTS OF TIGER CUBS, free, must attend
SIBLING BOYS OVER 11, $25, staff's children only
- MUSTANG GIRLS, $25, staff's children only
- TOT LOT 6 AND UNDER, free, staff's children only

- STAFF, free

CAMPERSHIPS: 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 your District Executive (Emails below).

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.
Face to Face YPT - This is required for all Adults, Parents or Staff attending Cub Camp.

REGISTRATION ENDS: Seven working days before the start of Camp. No exceptions.

TO REGISTER: Please have Unit number, T-shirt size, Emergency Contact info and Food allergies or Physical disabilites ready.

National Camp Accreditation

Currently the Bay Area Council's Cub Camps have completed yearly assesement visitations through the Boy Scouts of America's National Camp Accreditation Program (NCAP) resulting in the achievement of accreditation each year of the new program's existence.  In 2015, the Bay Area Council went through full implementation of the NCAP program and was granted a five year authorization to operate.