Day Camp is an outdoor experience where Cub Scouts participate in individual and team sports, games, crafts, explore nature, and work on achievements, electives, and activity badges. Youth have fun in the outdoors — that’s Cub Scout Day Camp.
The Cub Scout Day Camp program is designed to teach skills and develop attitudes that make a youth more self-reliant and more at home in the outdoors. The Youth will have fun with a purpose. The purpose is to build character while providing a memorable experience in the life of a youth. Make sure your youth get Cub Scouting at its best by attending Cub Scout Day Camp!
The 2018 theme for camp is Bug Hunters!!
2018 High Plains District
CUB SCOUT DAY CAMP
Saturday July 21, 2018
Pioneer Park, Sterling CO
It is $25.00 (NEW PRICE!!) to attend, the price goes to $35.00 per Scout after June 28th, 2018
Sign up is OPEN!!
To REGISTER for the HP Cub Scout Day Camp: https://longspeak.tentaroo.com/event/2597/11793/High-Plains-Day-Camp-2018
Click here for the Day Camp Family Information packet: HP Cub Daycamp Family Information 2018
**There are forms in the Family Packet that will need to be looked at**
Medical Forms – A and B : Medical Form Parts A&B
Colorado Immunization form: Immunizations-1 – colorado
Youth Protection – All leaders must have Up to Date Youth Protection Certification, that course can be found: https://my.scouting.org/
These forms need to be completed and signed by parents before coming to Day Camp.
The forms can be faxed or mailed to the Scottsbluff office at:
Lockwood Service Center – Scottsbluff, NE
Location: 10 S Beltline Hwy W., Scottsbluff, NE 69361
Hours: Monday – Thursday: 12:30pm – 5:30pm (Closed Friday-Sunday)
Phone: 308-632-4179 or 1-800-800-4052 (Option 6)
Sent to Rachel Buckley, Program Director **also any questions – 928-830-5080
AT 834 Daily Drive, Sidney, NE 69162
Brought to Day Camp.
(*you cannot scan and email health forms due to HIPAA rules.)
See Your Pack leadership for assistance!
Day Camp is a program of the Long Peaks Council, Boy Scouts of America, and is made available through each of the council’s districts. Camps meet the standards of the National Council, BSA, and are inspected annually to assure you of a high quality, successful camping experience. Day Camp is committed to a policy that all persons shall have equal access to its facilities, employment, safety, and programs without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, age, or handicap.