Cub Adventure Camp
Cub Adventure Camp takes the most exciting elements of Cub Scouting, and molds them into one package for youth and their loved ones to enjoy! Broad Creek picks up where Cub Day Camp leaves off, providing the perfect cap to any Cub Scout’s perfect summer. Now aligned over the weekends, visits to Broad Creek are easier than ever for both Packs and individual families.
6 sessions to choose from
Youth Protection Requirements
Want a taste of Cub Adventure Camp during the offseason? Check out our annual Cub Family Weekends!
What is Cub Adventure Camp?
Cub Adventure Camp is a resident camp program, meaning our focus is introducing overnight camping, campfires, and other aspects of summer camp that provide a perfect next step for Cubs after Day Camp! Broad Creek provides a variety of outdoor activities in a round-robin schedule that’s designed to make best use of our many outdoor adventure venues.
Cub Adventure Camp is designed for adults to experience summer camp alongside their youth. With sessions now positioned over the weekend, it’s easier than ever to participate in Baltimore’s peak Cub Scouting experience.
Packs and families are matched up with a temporary Den on their arrival who they will camp and travel to different areas of Broad Creek with. All meals from dinner on arrival day to breakfast on departure day are provided.
The Weeklong program is designed for Webelos and Arrow of Light ranks, while Cub Adventure Weekend is for any youth Tiger rank or higher. Lions and siblings younger than Cub Scout age are welcome to attend either program along with the rest of their family, but may not have access to every activity.
Financial assistance is available for Scouts who qualify and apply by March 31st
|Early Bird||Standard||Additional Sibling||Adult|
|Cub Adventure Weekend||$195||$215||$185||$70|
We have two tracks to choose from:
Cub Adventure Weekend
Youth Protection Requirements
Guidance for Packs
The minimum leadership requirements for any Cub Scout unit
attending Cub Adventure Camp is a ratio of two adults to a maximum of eight youth and one additional adult for each four youth (or part thereof). Each pack must have at least one leader with current Hazardous Weather Training and one leader with current BALOO Training. It is recommended that all Cubs in a Pack participate with a parent or guardian; parents who attend with their youth do not need to be registered BSA adult leaders, but they do need to complete Youth Protection Training at My.scouting.org. Cubs may tent with their parent or legal guardian as outlined in Scouting’s Barriers to Abuse. Tiger and Lion Cubs must have a parent or guardian adult partner to participate in the program.
Guidance for Families
Each youth attending without a unit must have a parent or guardian partner to participate; parents who attend with their youth do not need to be registered BSA adult leaders, but they do need to complete Youth Protection Training at My.scouting.org. Cubs may tent with their parent or legal guardian as outlined in Scouting’s Barriers to Abuse. Families attending with multiple Cub-age siblings require only one parent.
Before participating in any program, please observe Scouting’s Barriers to Abuse and the Guide to Safe Scouting.
Cub Adventure Weekend 2021
Webelos Week 2021
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