Great Lakes Sailing Adventure 2019 – Weeklong 4

MCC Great Lakes Sailing Adventure – Summer 2019

Ahoy! Come set sail aboard Michigan Crossroads Council's sail training vessel Retriever!

The Retriever, a 52' ketch, is an offshore sail training program where youth will learn the fundamentals of sailboat handling, steering, waterway navigation, marine safety, and various cruising techniques used by seasoned sailors!

Based in its home port of Mackinaw City, Michigan, the Retriever will utilize harbors throughout the northern Great Lakes as classrooms to teach youth how to sail.  Program options include two-night weekend cruises, and six (6) day – five (5) night programs. There are extended holiday weekend programs on Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends too!  The Retriever is designed to accommodate a maximum of 10 youth and two (2) adults.  Co-ed crews are welcome, but the advisor must contact the council in advance to discuss options.  

Programs are available for any BSA Troop, Team, Crew or Ship. Non-BSA groups must contact the council for information about Great Lakes Sailing Adventure programs. Participants must be at least 13 years of age by September 1st of the year they participate for week-long Packages.    Boy Scout Troops are limited to 10 eligible youth and two (2) adult male leaders.  Co-ed Venture Crews or Sea Scout Ships must have co-ed adult leadership and may have a maximum of eight (8) youth members due to the sleeping accommodations on the vessel.  All participants must be registered members of the Boy Scouts of America.

ATTACHMENTS

BSA Health Form
GLSA Fees 2019
GLSA Roster Form
GLSA Merch Order
GLSA Merch


Gerber Scout Reservation Scouts BSA Resident Camp 2019 – Session #4

Thank you for choosing Gerber Scout Reservation as the destination for your Summer Camping experience!

Note:

On January 1, 2019, you will be asked to confirm the headcount that you are estimating today. At that time a $50.00 payment will be required for each confirmed participant.

A $100.00 payment for all youth will be required on March 5, 2019. Merit Badge selection will then be available.

The final $180.00 payment for youth and $110.00 for adults will be required by May 6, 2019.

For complete registration information regarding 2019 MCC Scouts BSA Resident Camp, please click here.

Gerber Scout Camp Promo 2.00 from Gerber Scout Reservation on Vimeo.

 

To access other Summer Camp related documents not listed below, please follow this link.

ATTACHMENTS

Annual Health Form
Central Registry Clearance Request
Gerber Leaders Guide 2019


D-bar-A Scout Ranch Scouts BSA Resident Camp 2019 – Session #3

Thank you for choosing D-Bar-A Scout Ranch as the destination for your Summer Camping experience!

Note:

On January 1, 2019, you will be asked to confirm the headcount that you are estimating today. At that time a $50.00 payment will be required for each confirmed participant.

A $100.00 payment for all youth will be required on March 5, 2019. Merit Badge selection will then be available.

The final $180.00 payment for youth and $110.00 for adults will be required by May 6, 2019.

For complete registration information regarding 2019 MCC Boy Scout Resident Camp, please click here.

To access other Summer Camp related documents not listed below, please follow this link.

ATTACHMENTS

Annual Health Form
Central Registry Clearance Request


Cole Canoe Base Scouts BSA Resident Camp 2019 – Session #4

Note:

On January 1, 2019, you will be asked to confirm the headcount that you are estimating today. At that time a $50.00 payment will be required for each confirmed participant.

A $100.00 payment for all youth will be required on March 4, 2019. Merit Badge selection will then be available.

The final $180.00 payment for youth and $110.00 for adults will be required by May 6, 2019.

For complete registration information regarding 2019 MCC Scouts BSA Resident Camp, please click here.

To access other Summer Camp related documents not listed below, please follow this link.

ATTACHMENTS

Annual Health Form
Central Registry Clearance Request
Cole March 2019 Chronicle
Cole Leaders Guide 2019
Merit Badge Prerequisites 2019
First Year Camper Schedule
Cole Weekly Schedule of Events
Cole Equipment Rental Form
May Cole Chronicle


Camp Rotary Scouts BSA Resident Camp 2019 – Session #3

Thank you for choosing Camp Rotary as the destination for your Summer Camping experience!

Sessions 1 – 6: Traditional Dining Hall Resident Camp Program

 

On January 1, 2019, the system will ask you to confirm the headcount that you are estimating today. At that time a $50.00 payment will be required for each confirmed participant. This payment is DUE by February 1, 2019.

A $100.00 payment for all youth will be required on March 4, 2019. Merit Badge selection for Camp Rotary will be available on March 7, 2019. Scouts will NOT be able to select merit badges until this $100.00 payment has been made.

The final $180.00 payment for youth and $110.00 for adults will be required by May 6, 2019.

For complete registration information regarding 2019 MCC Boy Scout Resident Camp, please click here.

Please Note: Other content available on YouTube is not under the control of this web site or the Michigan Crossroads Council.

To access other Summer Camp related documents not listed below, please follow this link.

ATTACHMENTS

Map of Camp Rotary.pdf
Map To Camp Rotary.pdf
Camp Rotary Parking Slip
Camper Medication Check-in Form
Leave No Trace Course Release
Release of Camper Form
Annual Health Form
CR Manidoowi Handbook 1.0
Central Registry Clearance Request
Camp Rotary Leader’s Guide 2019


Gerber Webelos Resident Camp 2019 – Session #4

Betty Ford Adventureland is in the midst of the Manistee National Forest in Twin Lake Michigan and is settle on spring fed Britton Lake. Each Day Cubs Scout are guided by SUPER DEN CHIEFS to Adventure Island that features Two Forts, a lost ship, Covered Wagons, a water trampoline, Huck Finn rafts, a bouldering wall, and BB and archery Ranges. Each night their is a all camp activity after dinner and then everyone returns to Tent Village  where Cub Scouts stay in five person wall tents  and adults stay in two person tents. Both have tents cots and mattresses in them and are on a platform off the ground. 

WEBELOS RESIDENT CAMP PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

  • A three-night camping experience
  • New Webelos Scout Program will be featured in program activities
  • Evening programs like campfires, skits, and songs
  • Exciting activities including Swimming, Boating, Shooting Air Rifles and Archery, Fishing, Nature Hikes, Games, and Laughter.
  • Adults participates alongside their Scout learning about camping and the outdoors, the Scouting way!!
  • Unique Webelos Arrow of Light 1/2 Patch Ceremony and Recognition Program

This program is designed for Webelos Scouts going into the 4th & 5th grades in the fall of 2019.

Cub Scout Resident Camp’s program is designed to incorporate requirements that will help the Scout complete adventures for the Webelos rank only. The age appropriate programming is designed for the Webelos to help them along their path to earn requirements that may not be easily achieved in the regular den/ pack meeting setting. We highly encourage only scouts working on their Webelos badge to come to camp. Please know that if a Wolf or Bear Scout wishes to come to camp, the requirements for that rank will not be developed into the program. Lions are excluded from activities such as shooting sports, climbing, camping, aquatics and many other activities that are appropriate for Cub Scouts. 

 

Register online for Webelos Resident Camps, now or until all sessions reach capacity. You will be able to see the number of slots remaining per session.  An early discounted fee of $150 per person is available if registered and paid in full by May 15, 2019.

  • At the time of registration a $25.00 non-refundable deposit for each full-time camper is due.  You will be expected to provide names and personal details during this online sign-up process.  
  • We encourage you to register by Pack rather than individually. 
  • These fees cover the cost of all patches, program supplies, participation awards, meals, lodging, insurance, staffing, and more. T-shirts for Scouts and adults can be ordered at the time of registration for an additional costs.
  • Sessions have a limited capacity. These programs are conducted as a three night experience.  It is designed especially for scouts going into the 4th & 5th grades. 

 

Cub Camp Forms and Resources 

ATTACHMENTS

Annual Health Form
Central Registry Clearance Request
Gerber Cub Leaders Guide 2019


D-Bar-A Ranch Hand 2019 – 2019 Ranch Hand

 

Help the D-Bar-A Ranch Staff care for our herd of horses, long horn cattle and burros in this once in a lifetime adventure.

Participants, in this full-immersion program, will earn the Horsemanship, Farm Mechanics and Welding Merit Badges, in addition to taking part in all aspects of running the Ranch from maintenance to horse care.

Learn how to rope, ride, spend a night under the stars with the horses and even participate in a true cattle drive!

The week begins with registration at the red barns from 1pm-3pm on July 7, 2019. 

Spend the week working alongside the ranch staff on the 1700 acre farm. You will learn to bend and weld metal, work on farm machinery, and do repairs around the ranch.

The week will end on Friday following a farewell dinner that the scout's family is encouraged to attend. There will be good food, fellowship, and possibly a few great stories to tell. 

Participants should be at least 13 years of age and First Class, and have some riding and camping experience. Except for your personal camping gear, D-bar-A Scout Ranch will provide everything that you will need including food and cooking equipment.

There are only 12 spots available for this memorable program! Register now!

A current BSA Health & Medical Record, parts A, B and C, including a Doctor’s signature, is required.

 

Questions or concerns? Contact:

 Jasmine Dittel

D-Bar-A Head Wrangler

jasmine.dittel@scouting.org

ATTACHMENTS

BSA Annual Health and Medical Form
Ranch Hand Packing List
Ranch Hand Flyer 2019


Rota-Kiwan Webelos Resident Camp 2019 – Session #1

 

 

WEBELOS RESIDENT CAMP PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

  • A three-night camping experience
  • New Webelos Scout Program will be featured in program activities
  • Evening programs like campfires, skits, and songs
  • Exciting activities including Swimming, Boating, Shooting Air Rifles and Archery, Fishing, Nature Hikes, Games, and Laughter.
  • Adults participates alongside their Scout learning about camping and the outdoors, the Scouting way!!
  • Unique Webelos Arrow of Light 1/2 Patch Ceremony and Recognition Program

This program is designed for Webelos Scouts going into the 4th & 5th grades in the fall of 2019.

Cub Scout Resident Camp’s program is designed to incorporate requirements that will help the Scout complete adventures for the Webelos rank only. The age appropriate programming is designed for the Webelos to help them along their path to earn requirements that may not be easily achieved in the regular den/ pack meeting setting. We highly encourage only scouts working on their Webelos badge to come to camp. Please know that if a Wolf or Bear Scout wishes to come to camp, the requirements for that rank will not be developed into the program. Lions are excluded from activities such as shooting sports, climbing, camping, aquatics and many other activities that are appropriate for Cub Scouts. 

 

Register online for Webelos Resident Camps in 2018 now or until all sessions reach capacity. You will be able to see the number of slots remaining per session.  An early discounted fee of $150 per person is available if registered and paid in full by May 15, 2019.

  • At the time of registration a $25.00 non-refundable deposit for each full-time camper is due.  You will be expected to provide names and personal details during this online sign-up process.  
  • We encourage you to register by Pack rather than individually. 
  • These fees cover the cost of all patches, program supplies, participation awards, meals, lodging, insurance, staffing, and more. T-shirts for Scouts and adults can be ordered at the time of registration for an additional costs.
  • Sessions have a limited capacity. These programs are conducted as a three night experience.  It is designed especially for scouts going into the 4th & 5th grades. 

 

All campers will be staying in tents.  All tents, platforms, poles, cots, and mattresses will be provided. If you would like to bring your own tent you are more than welcome to. Please remember that your tent must have “No Flame in Tent” on it visibly marked. A heated restroom/shower house within a short walking distance. Water in site during spring to fall season only. Each site has at least one picnic table. Fire ring and firewood is provided. We will have a cabin available for those who have certain sleeping accommodations. (CPAP)

Cub Camp Forms and Resources 

ATTACHMENTS

Annual Health Form
Central Registry Clearance Request
Rota-Kiwan Cub Camp Leaders Guide 2019
2019 Webelos Insert


Summer Time Adventure Camp 2019 (Rota-Kiwan) – STAC Session 1

Summer Time Adventure Camp is a 5 day camp that focuses on outdoor activities where kids can build new friendships that will last a lifetime. Boy and girls ages 6-12 can enjoy a week full of activities ranging from swimming to learning outdoor skills and using bows and arrows. 

Fee of $165  includes 5 days of camp, lunch, snacks and any "take aways".

Camp runs from 8am-5pm daily. Youth do not need to be a member of the BSA to attend.

 

ATTACHMENTS

BSA Annual Health Record A&B


Adventure Point Summer STEM Day Camp – Week 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer Day Camp at ADVENTURE POINT

Monday through Friday, June 24 – August 16, 2019

Open to all Youth 6 – 12 years old

~Membership in the BSA is NOT required~

Camp Program Hours:  9 am – 4:30 pm

Extended Hours may be purchased for $15 per week:  Early arrival 8:00 – 8:45 am and/or Late Pick Up 4:45 – 5:30 pm

 Summer Day Camp Programs Include:

Special Program Providers on camp each week!

Walker Fire Department (Fire Science) – Weekly

John Ball Zoo  (Animal visits!) -3 Sessions

MSU 4H Extension Program (Kitchen Science, Horticulture) – 4 Sessions

USS Silversides Submarine Museum

 

SCIENCE – Animal, Insect, Plants and Water Study

CHEMISTRY – Super Slime, Making Silver, Invisible Ink

TECHNOLOGY – Robotics, Coding, Programming

ENGINEERING – 3D Printing, Building Challenges, Aviation

ART – Photography, Painting, Model Building

MATH – Math is everywhere – even outdoors!

MUSIC – The physics of sound and composition

ARCHERY – Where math, physics and engineering meet!

SOLAR ENERGY – Sustainability in our Solar Greenhouse

NATURE AND TRAIL STUDIES – over 44 acres of wooded trails and program area 

MAKERSPACE INVENTOR’S WORKSHOP

Outdoor Games – Healthy Snacks – Camp T-Shirt

 

$ 220 Per Youth – 1 Week*    |       2+ Youth from same household attending same week – $ 200 Per Youth*  

Early Arrival and/or Late PickUp  may be added  $ 15.00 per youth  |  Early Arrival from 8:00 – 8:45 am | Late Pickup 4:45 pm through 5:30 pm

*Week 3 is a Short Week – Only 3 days.(July 1 – 3)   Fee for Week 3 is $ 100 Per Youth – $90 for 2+ Youth in same household

 

Camp Flyer may be downloaded from link to the right – scroll to bottom.

More information about our camp – visit www.adventurepoint.org

ATTACHMENTS

Adventure Point Summer Day Camp flyer
BSA Annual Health Form A&B
Frequently Asked Questions: Summer Adventures Day Camp
Parent Consent & Release Form
Pickup and Emergency Contact Form


Cub Scout Day Camps-Central & NE Michigan – Motz Park, St. Johns

 

Activities include BB Guns, Archery, Slingshots Scout Games & Skills, Wood crafts, Sports, Crafts and more.   Each Cub Scout will also work on many advancements and achievements. So get ready for fun this summer!  

For any parent or adult guardian that agrees to serve on staff for all days of the camp, and is approved by the Day Camp Directors in advance, your Cub can attend the camp for a reduced fee (listed on the registration page), and also receive his t-shirt free.  You must contact the director for the camp you wish to staff below and also complete the online staff application found at the following link:  https://michiganscouting.org/day-camp-staff-application/.  They will give you the registration code if you are approved.  Please note that all staff and day walkers are required to pay a small registration fee to attend day camp.  This fee covers insurance for day walkers and staff.  Packs signing up youth as dens or registering 4 or more scouts, must provide at least one adult 18 yrs or older as a walker for each day of camp.  This adult can be parent, guardian, day care provider or older sibling.  Parts A & B of the Annual Health and Medical Record are required for ALL youth and adult participants. These can be found by clicking the resources tab on each event.  Bring these with you for check in.  Also, click on the resources tab for confirmation information for your camp.  (available soon)

For female Cubs Scouts attending day camp, a female adult must attend with any girls attending.  Parents or pack leadership must supply this adult.

Cub Scouts can also attend a single day(s) for $25 a day.  The t-shirt is $10 extra for single day participants (When you register for Cub- Single days, it shows the fee as $0.  The system will automatically tabulate the $25 per day for the day(s) you select)

The following is a 1-day Cub Scout Day Camp:

Attention Cub Scouts and families! Cub Day Camp awaits you at Cole Canoe Base, June 8 from 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM.  

This day camp is for the whole family including younger brothers and sisters!

The discount fee is $27 per Cub Scout / Webelos Scout if paid by May 24th. The regular fee is $38 per Cub Scout / Webelos Scout starting May 25th and ending June 4th at midnight. 

Brothers and sisters of Cub Scouts can attend for $17 also and do some of the age appropriate activities. The fee includes lunch.  An adult must attend with any non-scout siblings.

Adult fee is $6 per adult which includes lunch.

No walk-ins.   Fees include a patch, water bottle all program and lunch for all youth and lunch for all paid adults.  Scouts will NOT receive a camp t-shirt as part of their fee but the camp trading post will have souvenirs available for purchase.

Events include:  BB GUN SAFETY AND SHOOTING, CRAFTS,  NATURE, SCOUT SKILLS, ARCHERY SAFETY AND SHOOTING, AND MORE! 

Due to the cold spring and cold water temperatures, the tubing trip will NOT be available this year.  We are sorry for this inconvenience. 

Scouts will complete requirements to earn the shooting sports patch and may complete requirements for the pins.  Patches and pins are NOT provided at the event nor are they included in the price of the event. 

Each attendee must bring a completed health form. (Can download from this page)

Registration limited to 100 Cub Scouts!

Questions?  Contact Becca Little-rslott84@yahoo.com

(989) 763-2343

The following are 2-day Cub Scout Day Camps:

The discount fee is $45 which covers both days of camp and a t-shirt.  The regular fee is $60 plus $10 for a t-shirt kicks in approximately 2 weeks prior to the camp start date.  Cub Scouts can also attend a single day(s) for $25 a day.  The t-shirt is extra. When you register for Cub- Single days, it shows the fee as $0.  The system will automatically tabulate the $25 per day for the day(s) you select.

D Bar A  – June 1-2

Saturday, June 1: Check in from 7:45 am – 8:20 am, Opening flag ceremony is 8:30 am, Camp concludes at 4:30 pm

Sunday, June 2: Check in from 8:00 am – 8:15 am, Scouts Own Service is 8:15 am, Closing Ceremonies (all parents welcome) is 5:00 pm

Cubs will be divided into dens by age/grade at this camp.  Questions?  Contact Jason Sokolowski at jason.n.sokolowski@gmail.com or Angie Williamson at irishangie@comcast.net

Troop 129 is providing a hot lunch option for a cost for this day camp and the day camp held at Bicentennial Park in Grand Blanc.  There are 3 lunch packages to choose from: 1) two hotdogs, chips, cookies, carrot sticks, and drink, 2) two corn dogs, chips, cookies, carrot sticks, and drink. 3) two pb&j sandwiches, chips, cookies, carrot sticks, and drink.  Each meal selection is $5.  There will also be nachos and cheese for an additional $1 and other snacks for sale.   Payment for your meal will be taken at camp.  You will be asked what day you want to purchase lunch when you register.  You can pick one or more days.  Someone from the day camp staff will contact you to ask which lunch package you want to purchase.

Saginaw Field & Stream Club – June 22-23 

Check in Saturday between 7:45 am – 8:20 am.  Opening flag ceremony is 8:30 am and camp concludes at 4:00 pm.  Check in Sunday between 8:00 am – 8:15 am.  Scouts Own Service is 8:15 am and closing ceremonies (all parents welcome) is 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm.  Cubs will be divided into dens by age/grade at this camp.  Bring a sack lunch.  Questions?  Contact Sarah Witgen at sawcline@aol.com or (989) 295-3149 or Dan Ehlert at dehlert@fphorak.com or (989) 525-5697.

We are providing a hot lunch option for a cost for this day camp.  There are 3 lunch packages to choose from: 1) two hotdogs, chips, cookies, carrot sticks, and drink, 2) two corn dogs, chips, cookies, carrot sticks, and drink. 3) two pb&j sandwiches, chips, cookies, carrot sticks, and drink.  Each meal selection is $5.  There will also be nachos and cheese for an additional $1 and other snacks for sale.   Payment for your meal will be taken at camp.  You will be asked what day you want to purchase lunch when you register.  You can pick one or more days.  Someone from the day camp staff will contact you to ask which lunch package you want to purchase.

Reed County Park- North Star (near Ithaca) July 27-28

Check in Saturday between 8:15-8:45 am.  Opening flag ceremony is 9 am and camp concludes at 4:00 pm.  Check in Sunday between 1:30 PM and 2.  Camp runs from 2 PM to 9 PM and concludes with a campfire program.  (Entire family invited for campfire program.  Plan to be in camp by 8:00 PM)  Cubs will be divided into dens by rank at this camp.  Bring a sack lunch.  Questions?  Contact Becca Little at rslott84@yahoo.com or (989) 763-2343.

Special Thanks to Cabela's for supporting this camp program

The following is a 3-day Cub Scout Day Camp:

Bicentennial Park in Grand Blanc – June 24-26

The discount fee is $65 which covers all 3 days of camp and a t-shirt. The regular fee of $75 DOES NOT include a t-shirt kicks in approximately 2 weeks prior to the camp start date.  You may purchase a shirt.  ($10-$12 depending on size).  Cubs will be divided into dens by packs at this camp.  

Opening flag ceremony is 8:30 am and camp concludes at 4:00 pm.  Closing ceremonies (all parents welcome) is 4:00 pm-4:30 pm.  We will be doing an early check in on Sunday, June 24 at 6:00 pm at Bicentennial Park. This will speed up check in on the first day of camp.  It is not required, but recommended.  Questions?  Contact Jason Sokolowski by email at jason.n.sokolowski@gmail.com or Angie Williamson by email at  irishangie@comcast.net

Troop 129 is providing a hot lunch option for a cost for this day camp.  There are 3 lunch packages to choose from: 1) two hotdogs, chips, cookies, carrot sticks, and drink, 2) two corn dogs, chips, cookies, carrot sticks, and drink. 3) two pb&j sandwiches, chips, cookies, carrot sticks, and drink.  Each meal selection is $5.  There will also be nachos and cheese for an additional $1 and other snacks for sale.   Payment for your meal will be taken at camp.  You will be asked what day you want to purchase lunch when you register.  You can pick one or more days.  Someone from the day camp staff will contact you to ask which lunch package you want to purchase.

The following are 4-day Cub Scout Day Camps. 

The discount fee is $85 per Scout, which covers all 4 days and includes a t-shirt.  The regular is $100 and there is an additional cost for the t-shirt ($10-$12 depending on size).  This fee kicks in approximately 2 weeks prior to the camp start date.  Packs signing up youth as dens or registering 4 or more scouts, must provide at least 1 adult 18 yrs or older as a walker for each day of camp.  This adult can be parent, guardian, day care provider or older sibling.  Parts A & B of the Annual Health and Medical Record are required for ALL youth and adult participants. These can be found by clicking the resources tab on each event.  Bring these with you for check in.  Also, click on the resources tab for confirmation information for your camp (available soon)

Bay City Bowmen Club in Kawkawlin – June 24-27 

Camp runs from 9:00 AM-3:30 PM on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and 2 PM – 8 PM Thursday. Cubs will be divided into dens by age/grade.  Bring a sack lunch.  Questions?  Contact Tony Lelo at anthonylelo895@gmail.com

Motz Park in St. Johns – July 8-11

Registration and check-in is 8:30 am, opening flag ceremony is 9 am and camp concludes at 3:00 pm after closing flag each day.  Cubs will be divided into dens by age/grade at this camp. Scouts will travel by bus on their own adventure for a couple hours during 1 of the days of camp to a local educational facility called the IQhub where they will get the chance to learn about conservation, agriculture and even get to drive a tractor simulator. The camp program consists of Archery, BB guns, STEM, Scout Skills, Crafts and Games. It will be a very exciting week where your scout will learn new and exciting things. Please bring a sack lunch each day.  Questions?  Contact Ashley Foster at Ashleyfoster32@hotmail.com or (989) 307-8702.

Fitzgerald Park in Grand Ledge – July 15-18

To help expedite the Monday morning check in and get camp off smoothly, Units and families can come to Fitzgerald Park on Sunday, July 14, between 5:00 pm-8:00 pm and check in early.  You will get den assignments, pick up your t-shirts, etc. Cub Scouts will be in dens by Pack at this camp.  (Subject to Den sizes) Check in each day starts at 8:30 am and camp starts at 9:00 am.  Bring a sack lunch.  Camp concludes by 4:00 pm each day.  Questions?  Contact Nate Chance at nchance54@gmail.com or (517) 444-1022 or Carrie Chance at lilsquib@yahoo.com

McCurdy Park in Corunna – July 22-25

Monday and Tuesday:  Registration and check-in opens at 8:30 am, program begins at 9:00 am and camp concludes at 4:00 pm.  Wednesday and Thursday:  Check-in begins at 12:30 pm, program begins at 1:00 pm and camp concludes at 8:00 pm.  Cubs will be divided into dens by age/grade at this camp.  Bring a sack lunch.  Questions?  Contact Doug Osmer at dcoeagle@hotmail.com or Aaron Klawuhn at kliemun@gmail.com

Additional Information for all Day Camps

Notes:  Boys that are current Tiger Cubs (entering 1st grade in the fall of 2019) attending Day Camp MUST have an adult or guardian (18 yrs old or older) attend with them the entire duration of the camp.  Also, due to BSA policies, younger brothers and sisters of Cub Scouts cannot "Tag Along" at Day Camp.

Notes:  Adults serving as chaperones or "day walkers"  should take the online Youth Protection Training.  This can be done online at the link below.  Please print and bring a copy of your completion certificate with you to day camp. 

*Note- If paying by credit card you will incur a 2.75% convenience charge at checkout that will be added to your fee each time you make a payment.  If you pay using electronic check, you will NOT pay this fee.

http://www.scouting.org/Training/YouthProtection.aspx

ATTACHMENTS

BSA Annual Health Form A&B
Motz Park Day Camp permission Slip
Day Camps Flyer
Cole CB Map and schedule


Cub Scout Camping (Southeast Michigan) – Day Camp – Lake Orion

Be sure to download the Parent & Leaders Guide for all the information!

Cub Scout Day Camp is not a drop off camp. Each pack is expected to provide leaders for their scouts each day they are at camp. If your scout will be the only one from the pack attending, please look into the Single Camper Option (found on page 8 of the Parent and Leader Guide).

Looking for a STEM based Day Camp? Registration for that event can be found at https://scoutingevent.com/272-2019STEMDayCamp

If registration for your camp has closed, you may still be able to attend.  Email the director and let them know you'll be a Walk-In and pay the $85 on site. 

Please note WEEKEND ADVENTURES do NOT allow walk ins due to the food items we have to pre-purchase.

The reason day camp registration closes early is to allow for adequate time to develop dens and ensure adult supervision. 

Day Camp Staff Register here

 

ATTACHMENTS

sign me up 2019
Day Camp Opportunities in Southeastern MI
2019 MCC Family Camps & Weekend Camps
Parent & Leader Guide 2019 (v4)
Cub Camping tshirt design


Cub Scout Camping Staff Registration – Day Camp – Lake Orion

Be sure to bring a copy of your Medical Forms Parts A & B along with a copy of your insurance card, your certifications (i.e. Range Officer, First Aid Officer) and your Volunteer Agreement.

ATTACHMENTS

Parent & Leader Guide 2019 (v4)


Gerber Webelos Resident Camp 2019 – Session #5

Betty Ford Adventureland is in the midst of the Manistee National Forest in Twin Lake Michigan and is settle on spring fed Britton Lake. Each Day Cubs Scout are guided by SUPER DEN CHIEFS to Adventure Island that features Two Forts, a lost ship, Covered Wagons, a water trampoline, Huck Finn rafts, a bouldering wall, and BB and archery Ranges. Each night their is a all camp activity after dinner and then everyone returns to Tent Village  where Cub Scouts stay in five person wall tents  and adults stay in two person tents. Both have tents cots and mattresses in them and are on a platform off the ground. 

WEBELOS RESIDENT CAMP PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

  • A three-night camping experience
  • New Webelos Scout Program will be featured in program activities
  • Evening programs like campfires, skits, and songs
  • Exciting activities including Swimming, Boating, Shooting Air Rifles and Archery, Fishing, Nature Hikes, Games, and Laughter.
  • Adults participates alongside their Scout learning about camping and the outdoors, the Scouting way!!
  • Unique Webelos Arrow of Light 1/2 Patch Ceremony and Recognition Program

This program is designed for Webelos Scouts going into the 4th & 5th grades in the fall of 2019.

Cub Scout Resident Camp’s program is designed to incorporate requirements that will help the Scout complete adventures for the Webelos rank only. The age appropriate programming is designed for the Webelos to help them along their path to earn requirements that may not be easily achieved in the regular den/ pack meeting setting. We highly encourage only scouts working on their Webelos badge to come to camp. Please know that if a Wolf or Bear Scout wishes to come to camp, the requirements for that rank will not be developed into the program. Lions are excluded from activities such as shooting sports, climbing, camping, aquatics and many other activities that are appropriate for Cub Scouts. 

 

Register online for Webelos Resident Camps, now or until all sessions reach capacity. You will be able to see the number of slots remaining per session.  An early discounted fee of $150 per person is available if registered and paid in full by May 15, 2019.

  • At the time of registration a $25.00 non-refundable deposit for each full-time camper is due.  You will be expected to provide names and personal details during this online sign-up process.  
  • We encourage you to register by Pack rather than individually. 
  • These fees cover the cost of all patches, program supplies, participation awards, meals, lodging, insurance, staffing, and more. T-shirts for Scouts and adults can be ordered at the time of registration for an additional costs.
  • Sessions have a limited capacity. These programs are conducted as a three night experience.  It is designed especially for scouts going into the 4th & 5th grades. 

 

Cub Camp Forms and Resources 

ATTACHMENTS

Annual Health Form
Central Registry Clearance Request
Gerber Cub Leaders Guide 2019


Rota-Kiwan Webelos Resident Camp 2019 – Session #2

 

 

WEBELOS RESIDENT CAMP PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

  • A three-night camping experience
  • New Webelos Scout Program will be featured in program activities
  • Evening programs like campfires, skits, and songs
  • Exciting activities including Swimming, Boating, Shooting Air Rifles and Archery, Fishing, Nature Hikes, Games, and Laughter.
  • Adults participates alongside their Scout learning about camping and the outdoors, the Scouting way!!
  • Unique Webelos Arrow of Light 1/2 Patch Ceremony and Recognition Program

This program is designed for Webelos Scouts going into the 4th & 5th grades in the fall of 2019.

Cub Scout Resident Camp’s program is designed to incorporate requirements that will help the Scout complete adventures for the Webelos rank only. The age appropriate programming is designed for the Webelos to help them along their path to earn requirements that may not be easily achieved in the regular den/ pack meeting setting. We highly encourage only scouts working on their Webelos badge to come to camp. Please know that if a Wolf or Bear Scout wishes to come to camp, the requirements for that rank will not be developed into the program. Lions are excluded from activities such as shooting sports, climbing, camping, aquatics and many other activities that are appropriate for Cub Scouts. 

 

Register online for Webelos Resident Camps in 2018 now or until all sessions reach capacity. You will be able to see the number of slots remaining per session.  An early discounted fee of $150 per person is available if registered and paid in full by May 15, 2019.

  • At the time of registration a $25.00 non-refundable deposit for each full-time camper is due.  You will be expected to provide names and personal details during this online sign-up process.  
  • We encourage you to register by Pack rather than individually. 
  • These fees cover the cost of all patches, program supplies, participation awards, meals, lodging, insurance, staffing, and more. T-shirts for Scouts and adults can be ordered at the time of registration for an additional costs.
  • Sessions have a limited capacity. These programs are conducted as a three night experience.  It is designed especially for scouts going into the 4th & 5th grades. 

 

All campers will be staying in tents.  All tents, platforms, poles, cots, and mattresses will be provided. If you would like to bring your own tent you are more than welcome to. Please remember that your tent must have “No Flame in Tent” on it visibly marked. A heated restroom/shower house within a short walking distance. Water in site during spring to fall season only. Each site has at least one picnic table. Fire ring and firewood is provided. We will have a cabin available for those who have certain sleeping accommodations. (CPAP)

Cub Camp Forms and Resources 

ATTACHMENTS

Annual Health Form
Central Registry Clearance Request
Rota-Kiwan Cub Camp Leaders Guide 2019
2019 Webelos Insert


D-Bar-A Webelos Resident Camp 2019 – Session #1

2019 Cub and Webelos Resident Camp theme is: Home on the Ranch!

D-bar-A Scout Ranch is the place for Cub Scouts to enjoy a wide variety of activities! In addition to the swimming, shooting sports, nature education, STEAM, bouldering and other activities, D-bar-A Scout Ranch is the only camp in Michigan that offers Cub Scouts the opportunity to learn to ride horses. Cub Camp also offers camp wide activities such as campfire programs, competitions, games and carnivals. Our Swimming area will be showcasing a giant inflatable with a blob, trampoline, water log, and rope swing! 2019 will feature our brand new program area with peddle carts. Cub Scouts and their leaders or parents will camp in small tent villages with others from their unit OR other families. #GrabLifeByTheHorns #DBarAwesome

 

WEBELOS RESIDENT CAMP PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

A three-night camping experience

  • New Webelos Scout program: Pedal Car Racetrack
  • Evening programs like campfires, skits, songs, games, team building, and competition.
  • Exciting activities including Swimming, Outdoor Cooking, Rope Swing and Inflatable Wibit,  Boating, Shooting Air Rifles and Archery, Fishing, Nature Hikes, Horse Riding and Education, Games, and Laughter.
  • Adults participates alongside their Scout learning about camping and the outdoors, the Scouting way!!
  • Unique Webelos Arrow of Light 1/2 Patch Ceremony and Recognition Program

This program is designed for Webelos Scouts going into the 4th & 5th grades in the fall of 2019.

Webelos Scout Resident Camp’s program is designed to incorporate requirements that will help the Scout complete adventures for the Webelos rank only. The age appropriate programming is designed for the Webelos to help them along their path to earn requirements that may not be easily achieved in the regular den/ pack meeting setting. We highly encourage only scouts working on their Webelos badge to come to camp. Please know that if a Wolf or Bear Scout wishes to come to camp, the requirements for that rank will not be developed into the program. Lions are excluded from activities such as shooting sports, climbing, camping, aquatics and many other activities that are appropriate for Cub Scouts. 

 

Register online for Webelos Resident Camps, now or until all sessions reach capacity. You will be able to see the number of slots remaining per session.  An early discounted fee of $150 per person is available if registered and paid in full by May 15, 2019.

At the time of registration a $25.00 non-refundable deposit for each full-time camper is due.  You will be expected to provide names and personal details during this online sign-up process. 

We encourage you to register by Pack rather than individually. 

These fees cover the cost of all patches, program supplies, participation awards, meals, lodging, insurance, staffing, and more. T-shirts for Scouts and adults can be ordered at the time of registration for an additional costs.

Sessions have a limited capacity. These programs are conducted as a three night experience.  It is designed especially for boys going into the 4th & 5th grades. 

All Cub Scouts/Webelos and their parents or leaders will be camping in Cub Scout Tent Villages located throughout the Trout Lake sub camp. Tents and cots are available to rent at no charge. If a tents and/or cots are needed, please, include that information when you register. In each village there is a fire pit and a pit latrine. Showers are available via a short hike to the Trout Lake Shower House.  All meals are provided in our wonderful dining hall. Look for our infamous Trading Post for all of your D-Bar-A Gear!

 

Cub Camp Forms and Resources 

ATTACHMENTS

Annual Health Form
Central Registry Clearance Request
D-bar-A Cub Scout Planning Guide 2019


STEM Resident and Day Camp – Session 2 BOYS 6th-8th

Summer 2019 STEM Resident Camp 

 

 

 Camp Teetonkah  Jackson, MI

 

  • STEM Camp is open to ALL  YOUTH – No membership required
  • Resident Camp Sessions are 3 Days / 2 Nights – by age group.   SPECIAL SALE RATES through July 5th!
  • Special ONE NIGHT overnight sessions for 3rd/4th graders – with option for a parent to stay too!  (See Sessions 7A & 7B)
  • Day Camp Week is open to all youth entering grades 3rd through 6th (Fall 2019)
  • Youth will sleep in NEWLY RENOVATED Cabins on camp
  • Nightly campfires – Night Sky Programs – All Meals provided – Camp Counselors and Staff all reside on camp.
  • All STEM Supplies and take home projects included.

Your Camper will have a program and FUN filled experience while at Camp Teetonkah STEM Resident Camp.

Programs include:

3D Printing *** Robotics *** Circuitry *** Engineering Challenges *** Learn to Solder *** Water Study *** Chemistry *** ART *** Drones *** Astronomy *** Orienteering *** Trail Hikes and More!

Every session includes a Cookout and Cabin Party – complete with a campfire and s'mores…a night sky Star Party…lots of games and outside fun time…modern, newly updated cabins…delicious meals in our modern dining hall…program supplies with lots of 'take homes' and an opportunity to spend time with friends (old and new!) in a beautiful camp setting on Wolf Lake in Jackson, Michigan.

Our Staff can't wait to see your campers!  To learn more, see attachments to the right, or email us here!

 

 

ATTACHMENTS

2019 FAQs STEM Camp
2019 Health Forms STEM Camp
2019 STEM Camp Packing List
2019 STEM Camp Sample Program Schedule