Cub Scouts Camps

Are you ready for Adventure? Then have your Cub Scout grab their gear and join us for an awesome adventure!  Cub Camp is open to all boys and girls entering grades 1-5.  

Participants will enjoy many types of activities including archery, BB guns, field sports, nature, Scout skills, and all-around FUN!

Cub Camp provides fun and adventure in the outdoors. The local Districts offers a number of Cub Camp opportunities across various geographies, supported by trained volunteer leadership, at a Boy Scouts of America, National Camp Accreditation School-approved site, during the day.


The Golden Spread Council strongly believes no youth shall be denied a program experience because of a lack of funds. However, every effort must be made by applicants to “earn their own way.”

Full scholarships are not awarded. Due to limited funds, up to 50% of the total fee may be awarded. Only in extreme situations will more be awarded.

Discuss your needs with the unit leadership for more information and how to apply. 

What Should I Bring to Camp?

Personal gear in a daypack

Sweater or jacket

Rain gear


Refillable Water Bottle

Bug Repellent

Cub Camp is a valuable activity for many reasons

Helps packs succeed.

Strengthens the den/pack organization for better year-round operation.

Provides a continuation of the Cub Scout program during the summer and the opportunity for units to earn the National Summertime Pack Award, and Outdoor Activity Award, and to work toward qualifying for the Journey to Excellence.

Offers character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness.

Meets individual needs and interests by offering a meaningful and educational Scouting program.

Provides a method of recruiting, training, and inspiring present and future Cub Scout leadership.

Promotes fun and adventure with a purpose.

For 2024, we will be offering several individual one day camps at Camp Don Harrington!

For all Camps, please see the Calendar and Event Registration Tab.  Most of these are held in June!

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