Cub Scout Family Camp
Trapper Trails Council is proud to offer Cub Family Camp. This activity is for Cub Scouts and their family and friends. Round robin activity stations provide some structured program while leaving enough free time to enjoy the outdoors with family. Activities include a nature hike, games, first aid training, Scout skills, crafts, and archery.
What Do Boys Want From Scouting
When a boy becomes a member of the Boy Scouts of America, no matter at what age, one of the first questions is “How soon can I go camping?”
Cub Scouting offers a variety of outdoor program opportunities that include day camping, family camping and Webelos Weekends. Each program provides different values.
Camping and outdoor activities fulfill a boy’s dreams of fun, excitement and adventure. They provide a natural setting for quality time with family and friends. Modern council camps with top qualified staff provide an ideal setting for these activities.
What Is Cub Family Camping?
Cub Scout and Webelos Scout Family camping is a council organized, overnight camping program. It operates for one night and is conducted under certified leadership at a camp approved by the council. A parent or guardian must camp with the Cub Scout or Webelos Scout, and all family members are invited to attend.
Who Can Attend?
The whole family is invited to attend Cub Scout Family Camping. Anyone in the family may attend any of the Cub Scout Family Camps as long as there is one registered Cub Scout in the family.
When - July 5-6, 2018
Where - Camp Hunt (located on the western shores of the Bear Lake) (2000 N Bear Lake Blvd
Garden City, UT 84028)
Cost - $25 per person (5 and under are free)
Registration - Packs are encouraged to sign up together; however, each family has to complete a separate registration.
Meals - Dinner will be provided by Camp Hunt, but cooked in your campsite. Breakfast will be provided by the camp, and served in the dining hall.