Cub Scout Camping
Cub Scout Day Camp
Some kids were born to spend every waking moment outside, and some struggle to feel comfortable in the woods. Day Camp is an important step for all Cub Scouts, providing an opportunity to gain confidence through Scouting activities on a path toward greater independence.
Day Camp in a nutshell is fun. Fun with bugs, sticks and rocks; learning to safely shoot BB guns, archery, hiking, swimming, crafts, science and nature, games, Scout skills, and pursue rank advancement. Our themed day camps are run at five locations around Pine Tree Council, to make the program accessible to more families. And our trained volunteer staff deliver a week packed full of Scout fun and excitement that will be remembered long after the summer is over!
Day Camp is often attended by a few Scouts from each Unit -- encourage other folks to attend so you can car pool. This is a drop-off and pickup program. Questions may be directed to Day Camp Director Leah Barry. What do you need to bring? Parts A and B of the medical form and the items from our Day Camp packing list.
Fun Pack Weekend
Fun Pack Weekend is family camping with your Pack. Cub Scouts and their families have a chance to explore what Camp has to offer including BB guns, archery, arts and crafts, swimming, and Scoutcraft dedicated to Donn Fendler who survived on a mountain in Maine.
Scouts are encouraged to camp with their Pack but are welcome to come enjoy the weekend as a family. Tents and cots for everyone! Dinner and breakfast are included! This is a low-overhead way for a Pack to go camping. BALOO-trained leaders are welcome but not required.
This is a stay with your Scout program. Questions may be directed to Fun Pack Weekend Director Michelle Lefebvre. What do you need to bring? Parts A and B of the medical form and the items from our Fun Pack Weekend packing list.