What is Cub Day Camp?
Cub Day Camp provides Cub Scouts and their leaders FUN and ADVENTURE in the outdoors. 1-day camps are for all Cub Scouts and Webelos. The 2-day twilight (afternoon-evening) camps are for Webelos only with the first day the same as the 1-day camp and the second day focused on Webelos adventures. Camps are offered in Boise, Nampa, Caldwell, Ontario-OR, Mountain Home, and Emmett. Day Camp supports the aims of Scouting: character, citizenship, personal fitness, and leadership. While achievements are earned at these camps, the primary focus is having FUN in the outdoors. Highlights include BB guns and archery as well as wood and leather projects. See you at Day Camp!
Day Camp Important Documents:
Registrations for Day Camp are currently open. To register your Pack, you will need:
Choose your Preferred Camp date from the 2019 Cub Day Camp Schedule, choose up to three date / location options incase your preferred date is full.
A completed Registration Form, with ALL required information, including (FOR ALL YOUTH) BSA Member ID Number, their First and Last name, Gender and T-Shirt size (this is included in the cost of Day Camp for Youth participants only). All Youth participants must be currently registered members of BSA. (FOR ALL ADULTS) BSA Member ID Number, Youth Protection Date, First and Last Name, Gender (A Female Registered BSA Leader must accompany all Girl Dens) and T-Shirt size, ONLY if purchasing (this is and additional cost for Adults). If you have a Den Chief attending camp with your pack, they must have a Member ID Number, their First and Last name, Gender. and T-Shirt size, ONLY if purchasing (this is and additional cost for Den Chiefs).
A completed BSA Health and Medical form – parts A & B, will be required for ALL PARTICIPANTS (both Youth and Adult) is required at the time of registration.
Payment in full is required for all participants and for all pre-ordered Adult T-Shirts to secure your preferred camp at the time of registration. We can accept Check, Cash or Card. We prefer a single check for this process.
Complete Registration at the Scout Office.
TO EXPEDITE THE REGISTRATION PROCESS, WE REQUEST THAT YOUR REQUIRED FORMS ARE PLACED IN THIS ORDER:
- REGISTRATION FORM ON TOP
- ALL HEALTH AND CONSENT FORMS FOR ALL ADULT LEADERS IN THE ORDER LISTED
- ALL YOUTH PARTICIPANTS IN THE ORDER LISTED
- ANY DEN CHIEFS ATTENDING CAMP
* Leaders Information
* Important Dates to Remember for Day Camp
January 22, 2019 ………………………………….. Day Camp Registration Opens
Registration can be completed at the Scout Service Center from 9:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday thru Friday. REGISTER EARLY TO SECURE YOUR PREFERED CAMP!
April 3, 2019 ……………….. Early Pay Deadline for Day Camp Registration
Registration for Early Pay Deadline day will be from 9:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Tuesday, April 3, 2019. Remember to have a completed registration form, BSA Health and Medical form – parts A & B for each individual attending camp (both youth and adult) and a form of full payment to complete the registration. For safety reasons, additional registrations will be available only until the individual camps meet their maximum capacity.
May 11, 2019 ………………….. Leader Orientation and T-Shirt Distribution
Saturday, May 11th, 2019 10 am, 6111 Birch Lane, Nampa, ID. Please send at least one representative from your pack to pick up T-shirts and receive important information about Day Camp. All adults bringing scouts to Day Camp are encouraged to attend this meeting. T-shirts for packs registering after April 3rd will be available at your day of camp or contact your Director listed on the 2019 Cub Day Camp Schedule to make other arrangements.
Ontario Camp – Tuesday, May 14th, 7 pm, Ontario Veterans Memorial Hall, 25 NW 8th St. Ontario, OR
May/June, 2019 ………………………………………………………… YOUR CAMP DAY
Check in for Cub Day Camps starts at 8:30 a.m. and at 1:30 p.m. for the Twilight Webelos Camps; at the location listed in the 2019 Cub Day Camp Schedule. Reminder – If you need to change Adult Leaders or Youth Participants from the roster you turned in, they will need to have a completed BSA Health and Medical form – parts A & B before camp begins. There is a maximum number of participants for each camp. Registration is first come, first served so register early!