Cub Scout Outdoor Program
Camping at the Cub Scout level introduces boys to the outdoors and helps them develop outdoor skills at an age-appropriate level that will be applied more thoroughly as a Boy Scout. As Cub Scouts progress, the opportunities for outdoor adventures become more challenging.
Cub Scout Sleepover Camp
Cub Scout/Webelos sleepover camp is a council-organized, theme-oriented overnight program that runs 4 days, 3 nights. It is conducted under a certified National Camping School-trained director at a camp approved by the council. Note that Tiger Cubs are not eligible to attend resident camp.
Resident camp typically includes, but is not limited to, outdoor program areas such as nature, camping skills, fitness, aquatics, and shooting sports. Each year, an overall theme is selected to offer different adventures. Theme examples include: Space Adventure, Athletics, Knights, Cowboys, Circus, American Indian Heritage, Folklore, and the World Around Us.
Sleepover Camps are offered at Camp Indian Trails and Ed Bryant Scout Reservation.
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Cub Scout Day Camp
Day camp is organized by the council and is a five-day program for Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts, and Webelos Scouts. It is conducted under certified leadership at an approved site and during daylight or early evening hours. Certification of the day camp director and program director is provided through the National Camping School.
Day camp programs are theme-based and usually include nature, sports, aquatics, and crafts. All Glacier's Edge Day Camps are hosted in neighborhood parks to bring the program to you!
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When recruited, Cub Scouts are promised camping! To deliver on this promise, the Glacier's Edge Council hosts three activities, all at Camp Indian Trails each fall.
Family Camps and Pack Overnighters
Cub Scout family camping falls into two catagories: council-organized family camps and pack overnighters.