Cub Scouting

Schedule of Cub Scout Activities


Family Camp

Family Camp is designed for the entire family to participate in the Cub Scout Camping experience, including siblings. Every Cub or Webelos Scout must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Siblings will be able to participate in all activities as age appropriate.

Family Camp is held at Camp Rock Enon the last weekend in September.  Registration begins in July. 

 

Webelos Woods Fall

Webelos Woods Fall is designed for that first year Webelos Scout to give them an initial start on their road to earning the Arrow of Light as well as other Webelos requirements.

Webelos Woods Fall is held at Camp Rock Enon the first weekend in October.  Registration begins in August. 

Webelos Woods Crossover

Webelos Woods Crossover is for that 5th grade Webelos who is ready to crossover into Boy Scouting. The weekend is designed around giving that new Boy Scout a jumpstart on the Tenderfoot requirements and is topped off by a very impressive crossing over ceremony.

Webelos Woods Crossover is held at Camp Rock Enon the fist weekend in April.  Registration begins in February. 

Fun with Son Campout

Fun with Son is designed for the Cub or Webelos Scout and either parent or guardian to participate in the Cub Scout Camping experience. 

Fun with Son is held at Camp Rock Enon on the second weekend in May.  Registration opens in March. 

 

Council Pinewood Derby

The pinewood derby is a racing event for Cub Scouts. Cub Scouts, with the help of parents, build their own cars from wood, usually from kits containing a block of pine, plastic wheels, and metal axles. Winners from each district’s race are invited to the council race.

Cub Scout and Webelos Scout Resident Camp

Cub Scout resident camp is an organized, accredited overnight camping program covering at least two nights and conducted under trained leadership in an established Scout camp, Camp Rock Enon operated by the council.

Cub Scout Day or Twilight Camp

Cub Scout day camp or twilight camp is an accredited, organized, one- to five-day program for Cub Scouts using trained leadership at an approved site, and is usually held during daylight or early evening hours, but not overnight.