Friday, March 6, 2020 4:53:00 PM
Resident camp is a three-night campout at Bovay Scout Ranch for Cub Scouts entering the first through fifth grade the following school year. From Cub Scout skills to rank advancements, these camps are full of fun and learning. Cub Scouts attending resident camp are also encouraged to register for day camp, as the advancements offered at resident camp add to those offered at day camp. Resident camp includes activities such as riding BMX bikes, shooting archery and BB guns, playing sports, canoeing, fishing, making crafts, learning about STEM (science, technology, engineering, math), exploring nature, stargazing, branding, and splashing in the pool. In addition, the resident camp program will focus on Cub Scout program electives:
- Tiger: Floats and Boats, Rolling Tigers
- Wolf: Paws of Skill
- Bear: Salmon Run, A Bear Goes Fishing
- Webelos Scouts: Aquanaut, Into the Woods, Into the Wild
Registration can be completed by the pack leadership or by families if attending on their own. Dens and individual families not able to attend with their pack will be combined with other individual dens and families. There is a maximum of 250 Scouts per session. Cub Scout fees are $120 and adult fees are $70. Children under five attend free of charge; please note that the program is designed for Cub Scouts. The Cub Scout fee includes activity supplies, t-shirt, patch and eight meals; adult fees include eight meals. All youth (entering 1st grade and up next school year) must be members of the Boy Scouts of America and be under the supervision of an adult. One adult from each family is expected to attend. All newly chartered packs receive a 25% discount.
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