Cub Scouts & Webelos Adventure Camp
Summer Overnight Resident Camp at Bert Adams Scout Reservation
Adventure Camp is summer, overnight, resident camp for Cub and Webelos Scouts at Bert Adams Scout Reservation. This all-inclusive program includes camping in canvas wall tents, healthy meals in the air-conditioned dining hall, and access to modern shower and restroom facilities.
There will be 7 sessions of Adventure Camp in 2015. Scouts can attend with their Pack or with their family. If the Pack is not going, come as a family! Lots of Cub Scout families attend Adventure Camp on their own.
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2014 Adventure Camp Schedule: 2015 schedule will be available shortly.
Webelos Adventure Week: June 30 - July 5, 2014
Cubs & Webelos Session #1: July 6 - 9, 2014
Cubs & Webelos Session #2: July 9 - 12, 2014
Cubs & Webelos Session #3: July 13 - 16, 2014
Cubs & Webelos Session #4: July 16 - 19, 2014
Cubs & Webelos Session #5: July 20 - 23, 2014
Cubs & Webelos Session #6:July 23 - 26, 2014
Belt Loops, Shooting Sports, Water Activities, Outdoor Basics, Handicrafts, and More!
*There is a $10 additional charge for Webelos II participating in the Outback Adventure. 2015 fees are subject to change.
- Webelos Week: $235 per Scout, $85 per Adult
- Cub & Webelos 1/2 Week Sessions: $155* per Scout, $70 per Adult, $70 per Sibling
Click here for a campership application.
Register today for Cub Adventure Camp.
Click here for step-by-step registration directions.
Remember, the whole family can attend most sessions. Come as a Pack, Den, or Family!
Leadership Requirements: For all Scouts the required minimum adult leadership provided by the unit is:
- 1 Scout : 1 Parent
- 2-4 Scouts : 2 Leaders
- 5-8 Scouts : 3 Leaders
- 9-12 Scouts : 4 Leaders
| Adventure Camp Handbook - This PDF handbook is everything you need to know about planning for Cub Adventure Camp. |
Forms & Resources:
Pre-camp Health Status Questionnaire
Pre-camp Swim Classification Record (optional)
General Policies for Camp Use
Guide to Safe Scouting