Day Camp

Cub Scout Day Camp

Council and District staffs are currently planning the programs for the thousands of Cub Scouts who will attend day camps in the Longs Peak Council. These Cub Scouts shoot BB guns and bows and arrows; work on badges and Cub Scout Adventure loops; cook out; sing songs; learn about nature; make crafts; and play games. If you have not made plans to attend, you should! Going to camp is a wonderful part of the Cub Scouting experience, and it helps your pack earn Scouting’s Journey to Excellence and Summertime Pack Awards. The Pack must provide leadership and adult supervision for their Cub Scouts who attend Day Camp, plus provide for transportation to and from the camps. It is recommended that packs have at least one registered adult leader attend camp for every five  Cub Scouts. The minimum number allowed at any time is two, of which one of them must have completed Youth Protection Training.

Camp takes place rain or shine, is easy to sign up for, provides a lifetime of treasured memories and is very inexpensive.

 

Who Can Attend?

Any registered Cub Scout (including kindergarten graduates) may attend day camp.

 

What Time Do They Start?

Cub Day Camps are planned and run by the individual districts. They usually run for two to five days in a row depending on your district’s program. Your district will provide a Walking Leader’s Guide for your adults, which will have specific schedule of times and programs.

If you do not know what district you are in or are unable to reach your district’s day camp director, please contact the council office. They will put you in touch with the District Executive serving day camp in your area.

Use this list to get to the Cub Day Camp for each district where you’ll find all the details.

Shooting Sports Training

There will be Day Camp Rangemaster training on April 22nd at the LDS church on 200 2nd Ave Lyons CO 80540 at 8am.

April Rangemaster Flyer

A second training date will be coming soon for May.