Day Camp, Webelos Camp, and Achievement Day Camp Information

Cub Scout Day Camp

Cub Scout day camps are available to any registered Cub Scout, including new Tiger Cubs. New Tiger Cubs that participate must have their adult partner attend day camp. Camp Fife, Camp Kiesel, as well as the Traveling Day Camps are operated under the direction of the Trapper Trails Council, Boy Scouts of America. The camps are accredited camps, led by a National BSA certified director and program director. Each camp follows all the BSA health and safety regulations. Qualified first aid personnel are on duty each day. Check the Council Camps Calendar for specific dates.

Once at camp, Cub Scouts will be placed into dens that rotate through different program stations each day. The Scouts will participate in such activities such as: archery, BB guns, crafts, games, nature, science, Scout skills, sports, and more in the great outdoors. A list of completed requirements will be provided by the camp upon completion of the days activities.

Fees include: program supplies. Each participant should bring their own lunch.

Webelos Day Camp & Webelos Overnighter

Webelos Day Camps are available to any registered Webelos Scout at Camp Fife and Camp Kiesel. Check the Council Camps Calendar for specific dates. Webelos Scouts will rotate through different program stations and participate program specific activities such as: archery, BB guns, crafts, games, nature, science, Scout skills, sports, and more in the great outdoors. Webelos Scouts work to fulfill requirements specific to Webelos Pins. Fees include: program supplies. Each participant should bring their own lunch.

Webelos overnight programs are available at Camp Fife, Camp Kiesel, and through the Traveling Day Camps. For Webelos overnight program, fees include: all program supplies and meals.

Girls Achievement Day Camp

Achievement Day camps are available at Camp Fife and Camp Kiesel. These camps provide an outdoor program experience for LDS achievement day girls. These camps are directed by the same leadership and staff members as Cub Scout and Webelos Camps. The camps follow all the BSA health and safety regulations, which include having trained and certified leaders. Qualified first aid personnel are on duty each day. Fees include: program supplies. Each participant should bring their own lunch.

Girls will be placed into groups that rotate through different program stations. Girls will participate in archery, BB guns, crafts, games, nature, science, camp skills, sports, and more in the great outdoors. In addition, Camp Fife offers: a BMX bike course, age-appropriate climbing wall, and a zip-line. Camp Kiesel offers additionally a waterfront/boat experience.