Camping is fun and it's good for your mind, body, and spirit.  It helps you learn to rely on yourself - on your own skills and knowledge.  When you go camping as a Cub Scout, you will develop skills that you will take throughout your life.

 We offer several types of camps to choose from.  Select your adventure below to get started!


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Oconomowoc June 13-15

Muskego July 17-19

Mukwonago July 24-26

Menomonee July 31 - Aug 2

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Advancement Opportunities


What is Cub Day Camp?


The Cub Scout Outdoor Program develops age-appropriate outdoor scouting skills. As Cub Scouts progress, the opportunities for outdoor adventures become more challenging. 1-5 day programs are organized by our council for Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts, and Webelos Scouts, and overseen by certified leadership. Day Camp involves daytime nature, sports, aquatics, and crafts activities. (Day camp does not include any overnight activities.) Den and pack leaders often make up the nucleus of the day camp staff.



Resident Camp

August 5-8 2018

Pre-Camp Meeting TBD

2018 Information

A Webelos Scout may participate in overnight den camping when supervised by an adult. In most cases, the Webelos Scout will be under the supervision of his parent or guardian. It is essential that each Webelos Scout be under the supervision of a parent-approved adult. Joint Webelos den/troop campouts including the parents of the Webelos Scouts are encouraged to strengthen ties between the pack and troop. Den leaders, pack leaders, and parents are expected to accompany the boys on approved trips.

Webelos Jam-O-Ree

September 14-15, 2018

2018 Information

Webelos Jam-O-Ree, a popular weekend event, is specifically for Webelos Scouts as they begin to crossover to the rank of Boy Scout. Scout Troops will be sharing their skills with you and your partner (Father or Mother or Guardian).  This opportunity is for you to learn, have fun and see the various troops in action.

Some of the many activities for you to participate in include the following:





*BB Guns           

*Fire Building

*Wilderness Survival

and More

The evening events will begin with a silent walk on a scouting trail to the campfire which will compliment the day’s events with song and skits.



2018 Weekends

 May 4 - 6, 2018

 May 11-13, 2018

May 18 - 20, 2018

2018 Information



2018 Weekends

September 14-16, 2018

September 21-23, 2-18

September 28-30, 2018

October 5-7, 2018

Sign-up night April 10th
at Roundtable (Info)

2018 Information

As a PACK you will be able to plan an activity. Only Registered Cub Scouts will be able to make the wood projects. Examples of activities: Field games, first aids, knot tying, compass, leather, nature, Frisbee golf, tire bowling and lots more. Some units will be asked to assemble totems for the event.

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