Cub Scout Summer Camp Programs are for Boys ages 6 to 10 (or 1st - 5th grades)
Camping is the great outdoor adventure of the Boy Scouts of America. Camping is an opportunity for the continuation of Cub Scouting throughout the summer (and acquisition of the National Summertime Pack Award). The camp program is designed to meet the needs and interests of Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts, Webelos Scouts, and parents; therefore, preparation for achievements, electives, and activity badges should be continuous and consistent with the program in the pack. The ideal method of camping for Cub Scouts involves parents and the pack by dens.
Cub Scout/Webelos Scout resident camping is a council-organized, theme-oriented overnight camping program. Cub Scout/Webelos Scout resident camp runs for at least two nights and is conducted under certified leadership at an nationally accredited camp.
Family Adventure Weekend at Camp Easton Memorial Day Weekend (May 24-27, 2013)
Council–organized family camps are overnight events involving more than one family. The local council provides the elements of the outdoor experience. These are often referred to as parent/pal or adventure weekends. The youth members will be under the supervision of a parent or guardian.
Day camp is an organized two- to three-day program for Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts and Webelos Scouts conducted by the council under certified leadership at an approved site. Day camps are conducted during daylight or early evening hours. Day camps do not include any overnight activities.