Families please remember for ANY SCOUT OR FAMILY member to camp we need ONLY Health Forms A, B1 & B2. Also a copy of current insurance card FRONT & BACK to be turned in with health form to the Outdoor Chair (Scott Miller firstname.lastname@example.org). Physical copies are the only ones allowed. We cannot accept electronic copies of health forms or insurance cards!
Organized camping is a creative, educational experience in cooperative groups living in the outdoors. It uses the natural surroundings to contribute significantly to physical, mental, spiritual, and social growth.
- Camping contributes to good health.
- Camping helps campers develop self-reliance and resourcefulness.
- Camping enhances spiritual growth.
- Camping contributes to social development.
- Camping is an experience in citizenship training.
The Cub Scout Outdoor Program
Cub Scouting offers overnight camping opportunities for Cub Scouts through long-term camps, Webelos den overnight campouts, council-organized short-term or family camps, and pack overnighters.
The Scouts BSA Outdoor Program
Outdoor adventure is the promise made to boys and girls when they join Scouting. Young people yearn for outdoor programs that stir their imagination and interest. Learn More about the Scouts BSA Outdoor Program.
Scout Outdoor Awards
There are several awards related to the Outdoor Programs of the BSA that can supplement your Scout BSA experience. Click here to learn about these awards and recognition.
A short-term camp is any council-organized overnight camping program, whether one-time or continuing, that is one, two or three nights in length where the council or its agents provide the staffing and may provide program and food services, and includes camps conducted off council properties. National training courses are subject to the short-term camp requirements, regardless of format or duration.
A long-term camp is a council-organized camp of four nights or more that operates under council-retained leadership.