Campouts are a highlight of Scouts and a favorite memory of boys. Whether you never camped or camped many times, please plan to join our Pack on our three annual campouts.  Don't miss it!

Timing: Friday night through Sunday morning.  The dates vary with the campout.
Our opening flag ceremony begins at 1 p.m. on Saturday, followed by programming, dinner, campfire and lots of fun throughout.  On Sunday, we will enjoy breakfast, award earned patches and be home by midday.  Everyone is welcome to come on Friday night and enjoy an extra night of camping and exploring on Saturday morning.
 
WHO: All Cub Scouts and their families - all siblings and parents are welcome! Tiger Scouts are especially encouraged to participate in the fun.

FOOD: Registration covers dinner Saturday and breakfast Sunday. Please grab your own lunch on Saturday afternoon. If you come out Friday, you will need food for dinner and breakfast as well.  Feel free to cook out, pack a meal or find a nearby restaurant

TRANSPORT: Transportation will be provided by each family.
 
REGISTRATION: Each Cub Scout or family member must register. Fees vary by campout and include all activities and two delicious meals.  There is no charge for siblings under age 6.
 
PARENTS / ADULT PARTNER: Each Cub Scout must have an adult parent or guardian with him. One adult is sufficient for all Cub Scouts and siblings in a family.
 
EQUIPMENT:

What Each Camper Should Bring
Each camper should come with:

- Tent (ground cloth/footprint recommended)
- Sleeping bags and pillows
- Flashlights
- Warm and dry clothes
- Warm knit hat, gloves and winter coat if the weather is cold
- Rain gear and an extra pair of shoes for inclement weather
- Extra shoes
- Water bottle
- Reusable metal or plastic plates, bowls, silverware, glasses, cups or mug*
- Toiletries and towel
- Sunscreen and insect repellant
- Optional: Frisbees, balls, board games, etc.

*Note: The pack will not provide paper plates, cups, or plastic utensils, so please pack your mess kits (aka stuff you will eat with).

TIPS: The weather may be cool; rain is a possibility. Please check the forecast before you pack and bring appropriate clothing. Certainly, pack rain gear (raincoat, rain hat), and a warm coat and/or sweater. Unless the weather is dangerous, we will have the Campout rain or shine!!!!

In addition to a sleeping bag, an air mattress, closed cell foam pad or a blanket to insulate you from the ground when you sleep can make a big difference on a cold night. Consider bringing a blanket to cover your sleeping bag if your sleeping bag is light (summer) weight. A knit hat worn while sleeping can also make a big difference.
WARNINGS
Please: No ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, tablets, radios, televisions, boom boxes, motorcycles, fireworks, pets, Nintendo DS (or equivalent), Pokemon, school work or complaints.
 
 
 
Campouts are a highlight of Scouts and a favorite memory of boys. Whether you never camped or camped many times, please plan to join our Pack on our three annual campouts.  Don't miss it!

Timing: Friday night through Sunday morning.  The dates vary with the campout.
Our opening flag ceremony begins at 1 p.m. on Saturday, followed by programming, dinner, campfire and lots of fun throughout.  On Sunday, we will enjoy breakfast, award earned patches and be home by midday.  Everyone is welcome to come on Friday night and enjoy an extra night of camping and exploring on Saturday morning.
 
WHO: All Cub Scouts and their families - all siblings and parents are welcome! Tiger Scouts are especially encouraged to participate in the fun.

FOOD: Registration covers dinner Saturday and breakfast Sunday. Please grab your own lunch on Saturday afternoon. If you come out Friday, you will need food for dinner and breakfast as well.  Feel free to cook out, pack a meal or find a nearby restaurant

TRANSPORT: Transportation will be provided by each family.
 
REGISTRATION: Each Cub Scout or family member must register. Fees vary by campout and include all activities and two delicious meals.  There is no charge for siblings under age 6.
 
PARENTS / ADULT PARTNER: Each Cub Scout must have an adult parent or guardian with him. One adult is sufficient for all Cub Scouts and siblings in a family.
 
EQUIPMENT:

What Each Camper Should Bring
Each camper should come with:

- Tent (ground cloth/footprint recommended)
- Sleeping bags and pillows
- Flashlights
- Warm and dry clothes
- Warm knit hat, gloves and winter coat if the weather is cold
- Rain gear and an extra pair of shoes for inclement weather
- Extra shoes
- Water bottle
- Reusable metal or plastic plates, bowls, silverware, glasses, cups or mug*
- Toiletries and towel
- Sunscreen and insect repellant
- Optional: Frisbees, balls, board games, etc.

*Note: The pack will not provide paper plates, cups, or plastic utensils, so please pack your mess kits (aka stuff you will eat with).

TIPS: The weather may be cool; rain is a possibility. Please check the forecast before you pack and bring appropriate clothing. Certainly, pack rain gear (raincoat, rain hat), and a warm coat and/or sweater. Unless the weather is dangerous, we will have the Campout rain or shine!!!!

In addition to a sleeping bag, an air mattress, closed cell foam pad or a blanket to insulate you from the ground when you sleep can make a big difference on a cold night. Consider bringing a blanket to cover your sleeping bag if your sleeping bag is light (summer) weight. A knit hat worn while sleeping can also make a big difference.
WARNINGS
Please: No ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, tablets, radios, televisions, boom boxes, motorcycles, fireworks, pets, Nintendo DS (or equivalent), Pokemon, school work or complaints.
 
 
 
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