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Bug Hunters: The 2017 Cub Scout Day Camp
Summer Cub Scout Day Camp is a fun-filled week of adventure and fun for Cub Scouts! The Washington Crossing Council hosts five one-week sessions of Cub Scout Day Camps throughout the council. This year’s theme is “Bug Hunters”. The camp offers various exciting activities which may include archery, arts & crafts, field sports, nature, scout skills, cooking, wrist rockets, and many other themed activities. Day Camp is an exciting opportunity to introduce the outdoor program to Tigers, Cub Scouts and Webelos with little camping experience.
Day Camp is an outdoor experience where Cub Scouts participate in individual and team sports, games, crafts, exploring nature, and work on achievements, electives, and activity badges. Boys have fun in the outdoors -- that's Cub Scout Day Camp.
Some of the activities that scouts will do at camp are shoot archery, make cool crafts, go on nature hikes, play awesome games, and other great stuff! All Cub Scouts, from Tigers to Webelos, are encouraged to attend. Tigers must bring their adult partner.
The Cub Scout Day Camp program is designed to teach skills and develop attitudes that make a boy more self-reliant and more at home in the outdoors. He will have a great time with a goal. Make sure your boys get Cub Scouting at its best by attending Cub Scout Day Camp. Scouts are placed in dens by age and stay with the same den and leaders for the week. Boys will rotate through a variety of stations each day: team sports, games, nature, crafts, archery, and den time. The activity at each station will be different each day of camp. Cub Day Camp is a program of the Washington Crossing Council, Boy Scouts of America. It meets the standards of the National Council, BSA, and is inspected annually to assure you of a high quality, successful camping experience. It 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.
Adult Volunteers are needed! If you would like to work at one of the camps, please send an email to the director of the camp. You should include your name, email, and phone number. Each adult who volunteers for a full week does not have to pay for their son’s attendance.
We’re looking forward to weeks of Cub Scouting Fun!
Camp Weeks (Monday thru Friday) From 9:00AM to 4:00PM each day.
Mercer County Park, West Windsor, NJ
Rosedale Park, Hopewell, NJ
Core Creek Park, Langhorne PA
Peace Valley Park, Doylestown, PA
Round Valley Youth Center, Lebanon, NJ